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Welcome to the Minneapolis Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Therapists in Minneapolis

Kate Heffelfinger, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Congratulations, you have just taken the first step in finding relief from emotional pain. At times in your life, especially during these stressful days, it helps to have a compassionate objective guide. You need not 'go it alone'. If we are lucky enough to have loving family and friends, sometimes they can help. But, they are not always unbiased. When you are in a bad place, for example: loss of relationship, job loss, depression, anxiety and/or trauma (past or present), professional counseling is a very good option. I offer our first session at no cost with no obligation.
(612) 922-9100
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Stacy M. Husebo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Life brings challenges for everyone. I will offer you a therapeutic experience that is deliberate, supportive and empowers you to change and grow in purposeful and fulfilling ways. Change happens when we reflect and act upon patterns in our lives that limit or free us. I will support you in pursuing satisfying relationships, work, and healthy living. We will work through your grief, loss, inner conflicts, and difficult relationships. Changing our lives takes courage and unfolds in the context of a nurturing and accepting environment where one can explore new possibilities for their life.
(612) 223-7821
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
Robert L Reis II, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I can help you deal with your pain, celebrate your joys, and manage the day to day. I believe that we are partners in the counseling process, and together we can figure out what works best for you. Some special interest areas include working with life transitions and adjustment, exploring values and identity, working with depression and anxiety, working with individuals that identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, and working with men, . Please contact me to discuss how I can help you meet your goals and we can schedule an appointment in less than a week.
(612) 255-6618
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
Cathy Johnston, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“It's possible to understand problems and challenges in new ways that open you up to solutions and options. If you feel frustrated by relationships or overwhelmed by issues, you can find grounded, positive approaches to shift your current situation. My style is warm, realistic and enthusiastic, infused with some humor and much life experience. I work with adolescent and adult individuals, couples and families. I specialize in marriage and couples counseling & treating anxiety, anger issues, ADHD, substance abuse and addiction, and trauma issues.
(612) 770-1799
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Megan Plumstead, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Times of stress, worry, and dissatisfaction can make it doubly difficult to function effectively, think clearly, or feel at peace. Yet I believe these times, when we're knocked off balance, can be some of the most fertile periods of a person's life. It is through these experiences that we can learn our limits, understand what's getting in our way, and gain greater clarity.
(612) 294-8395
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Debra Ann Stack, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I work with people on how to get what they want out of life, and identifying what gets in their way. I'm a Licensed Psychologist who is trained and experienced in treating people with depression,anxiety & fears. I work with people who have relationship issues and persons whom have difficulty with their behaviors; such as anger or self-sabotaging behaviors. I provide individual, couples and family therapy. I work with adults and adolescents. I coordinate services with other professionals if needed, and am currently taking on new clients.
(651) 560-3941
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Scott Kamilar, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Some people enter therapy with a specific problem they want to solve. Others are interested in achieving a broader goal such as psychological growth and understanding. I am happy to help you define and work towards a goal which best meets your needs. My specialties include stress and anxiety, depression, relationship and communication problems (eg. assertiveness, , intimacy issues, anger management) and self-esteem issues. In my work I draw from my training in cognitive-behavior therapy, family systems approaches, Ericksonian hypnosis, Buddhist psychology and mindfulness meditation, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
(651) 964-0963
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Karen S Sonnenberg, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“Working with people overwhelmed by trauma, depressed, anxious, or simply stuck, is a passion of mine. Why? Because I have found in both my own life & professional experience that, paradoxically, these painful areas of our life can offer us opportunity for personal growth and understanding ourselves. To be clear, this is not easy, and takes lots of courage. It's a journey, a practice, which leads to self-compassion & a healthy way to live authentically in the world. In a relationship of trust, I will support & challenge you to find your own inner wisdom, your own answers to wholehearted living.
(612) 564-4339
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Guy Strauss, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I work to build a respectful, trusting environment where clients feel confident and safe discussing their issues. The therapeutic relationship itself--how well the therapist and client relate--is the single most important predictor of successful therapy. Therefore, I am especially mindful of building this relationship by listening carefully to each client's unique needs and goals, and involving clients in decisions about their therapy. This helps clients feel more confident and empowered as they move toward change. I have discovered that many people find this approach to therapy enjoyable and fulfilling, even when their initial issues are very distressing.
(612) 568-3901
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
David Townes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, MBA
“When I started Catalyst Mental Health in Uptown back in November of 2011, I dreamed of growing it into a larger clinic someday. Now, that dream has been fully realized. Catalyst Mental Health is currently serving over 200 clients a week, and we're preparing for a big expansion into Bloomington this upcoming fall. As a consequence I am not taking any new clients at this time, because I am shrinking my caseload to allow myself more time to administer the clinic. I will continue to see my current clients but do not expect to add any new ones.
(612) 223-7398 x700
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Shane Long, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, MDiv
“Shane is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works with adolescents and adults in individual, couple and family therapy. Shane's experience includes teaching in graduate settings as well as serving as a minister. He works collaboratively and sensitively with people from various faith backgrounds. Shane has worked with a variety of emotional and relational concerns. Shane integrates family systems, narrative, cognitive-behavioral, and mindfulness approaches in his work. He has a deep interest in physical, spiritual, and mental well-being, and bridges his work with community engagement. Shane loves journeying through life with his wife and family.
(612) 294-7621 x1
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Anna Roth, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Are you ready to reclaim your wholeness, harness your resilience, and find solutions for healing that you can sustain on your own? My passion is integrating holistic approaches in mental health treatment and I am particularly interested in helping those deemed "treatment resistant" as my experience has shown this is often not the case when all facets of health are considered. I feel confident in my ability to partner with you to bring about real and tangible change in your life- so much so that my first session is free if you don't want a second. Saturday appointments available.
(651) 964-1217
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Melanie M Alford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MPH, LICSW
“Real change comes from understanding why our own impulses and behaviors hold us back from experiencing our true potential and discovering the skills to create the change we seek. I believe in a holistic, person-centered approach to therapy that helps people find the answers that were inside them all along. As a therapist, I am intuitive and compassionate, yet direct, and employ a mix of modalities, including traditional psychotherapy, cognitive therapy and mindfulness techniques.
(612) 294-0831
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Krista Post, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I bring a gentle yet direct approach to this work. Whether you are struggling with issues beyond your control or facing difficult aspects about yourself or life. I offer practical support and guidance. I will assist you in understanding your feelings and behaviors, and will gently challenge you to move toward change. I emphasize the importance of developing meaningful self-purpose and fulfilling work & relationships.
(612) 296-3800
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Marilyn C M Erickson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MPH, LICSW
“Sometimes we just need someone to talk to - someone with whom we can share our thoughts & concerns. Within our sessions you will have a safe & supportive opportunity to tell your story. Then, we can identify & work towards the goals & solutions which will give you the skills & confidence needed to move through the challenges life presents.
(612) 281-9420
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Andrea Hutchinson, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“It is heartbreaking to see your child or adolescent struggle with emotional distress, especially when you don't know what you can do or you have tried to help, but they continue to hurt. I also understand that it can be hard to seek out help and that it takes courage to take this first step. Please know that I will empathetically listen to your concerns and help you feel supported while helping your child. I am skillful at connecting with both children and adolescents, which is critical in earning their trust.
(612) 255-9177
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
C Jayne Emerson, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“If loving what you do is an indicator of finding meaning and purpose in one's life, I have found mine. My work is an endlessly fascinating journey of exploration and discovery both personally and professionally. I welcome you to your own journey of self-discovery. It can have a profound effect on your ability to enjoy life. Having a safe place to explore, understand and heal is an important ingredient in creating the life you want. When you are successful, you can put your energy into activities that are meaningful and important to you.
(952) 314-5424
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409
Chad Bolstrom, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“Do you feel like you have limited choices and options in your life? Have you lost your balance? In my work, I have the privilege to help others explore the choices obscured to them that are often close at hand. Through a combination of talk and experiential approach we will work through multiple dimensions of mind-body to rediscover the well-being innate within you.
(612) 223-7460
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Samantha Yerks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LADC
“I work with a wide range of individuals, specialize in women's mental health and the treatment of addiction. I also work with those who want to simply change the way they approach or feel about their life. Some of the common areas that I treat are: relationships, addiction, depression, anxiety, grief, loss, family of origin issues, abuse, change, insecurities, problems managing stress, mood instability and anger.
(651) 319-5341
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Pam Cleary, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have 15+ years of working with pregnant & postpartum women struggling with mood issues, as well as people transitioning to different life stages, dealing with depression, anxiety, and adjustments to chronic illness and family identity changes. I have experience with infertility & pregnancy loss counseling & identity issues surrounding alternative family building. Much of the work I do in therapy is about loss - tangible or intangible - and how that affects one's sense of self. I feel that my patient & I are able to form a realistic plan for improving their life situation that bring about improvement in their symptoms quickly.
(651) 301-8919
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55417
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