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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

Justine Mastin, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, MA, LAMFT, LADC, E-RYT
“"Are all people like this?" "Like what?" "So much bigger on the inside." - Neil Gaiman. People are so much bigger than what they present to the world. In my practice, I strive to get to know the authentic you. I welcome individuals, couples and families, and am especially committed to serving the geek community, and anyone who considers themselves outside of the mainstream. My style is casual and relaxed, yet challenging. I believe that the bond between therapist and client is more important than any theoretical/philosophical stance. That said, I take a holistic approach to therapy.
(612) 260-7559
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Create-Fate Enterprises LLC,   in Minneapolis
“My entire career has been spent working with people from diverse backgrounds.. My work experience is in the education and mental health fields.However in addition to my traditional background I love to incorporate holistic/alternative methods when working with others. I have *Professional Assessment* tool that I designed that looks at all areas of your life for the most comprehensive picture of who you are. In 2013 I started my own Holistic Life Coaching/Writing business called Create-Fate Enterprises. ****Work featured in a new Best Seller Self Help book" #1 Bestseller on USA Today and the Wall Street Journal***
(763) 515-9803
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55430
Nikki Witt, Art Therapist  in Minneapolis
“I'm not taking new clients at this time. I have been painting, drawing, knitting, photographing, sculpting and doodling since 1982, and in the last 5 years have been encouraging artistic expression in individuals with emotional, cognitive and behavioral difficulties to promote holistic well-being. I use a blend of therapeutic approaches to guide and facilitate an individual's journey towards mental wellness. Art therapy can help individuals of all ages, despite artistic ability, create meaning and achieve insight, find relief from overwhelming emotions or trauma, resolve conflict and problems, enrich daily life, and achieve an increased sense of well-being.
(651) 315-8864
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
Christa R Surerus, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“If you are reading this, you're probably experiencing significant pain. Perhaps you're facing a break-up, or you realize your new partner is very much like the previous one. You may be scared, uncertain of the next step. Perhaps you are single, asking what it might take to find the right partner, or you may feel stuck in your marriage. You'll come in, plop yourself down, and ask me to fix you. I'll say: "I cannot do that." "All right," you say, "then, what is the point?" I'll respond: "I can help you be curious."
(651) 301-8854
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Michael P Browne, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Psychotherapy is not about a diagnosis. It's about your life and the problems you are facing. And it is about my helping you learn about yourself and grow as a person, so that you can better deal with those problems and lead a happier, fuller life. I have been a therapist for 35 years, and I am experienced in working with a variety of issues and problems. I am flexible and tailor my work to each patient, because 'one size does NOT fit all.' I will listen carefully, AND I will actively help you solve your problems.
(612) 339-6612
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
Rowan Buckley, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“What I do is shaped by what I want in a therapist. I want someone who is kind, sensitive, smart and attentive. But I want more than that. I also want an optimistic therapist who demonstrates curiosity and ingenuity. I want someone who will listen in a way that has them entering my story, witnessing what I describe, connecting it to other things they know about me. I want someone to give me the benefit of the doubt - but not be blindly affirming. I want a therapist to be a partner in finding solutions that fit me and my life.
(612) 568-0643
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Carolyn G Halliday, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Experienced, warm, competent therapist with over 25 years of working with individuals, couples, and groups. Discover inner awareness, insight, action and change. Although directive in my approach, I believe each person holds the key to their healing. Much work in therapy involves the interplay of core emotional beliefs, usually learned early in life, with current problems or behavior. Couples work usually focuses on building emotional connection, negotiating daily differences, and understanding how core issues may have an impact on interpersonal dynamics. I love working with both individuals and couples.
(651) 456-8421
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Kenneth Stewart, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LP
“I have been helping adults, couples, and families since 1975. I teach at two universities in their Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy programs. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Minnesota. I am past President of the Minnesota Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. I prefer a collaborative approach in my work with my clients - combing their knowledges with my own toward more preferred outcomes.
(612) 360-2766
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
James L. Stolz, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
“In my practice, I help people overcome their personal obstacles to change. Together, we identify those issues which we can change and those that we can accept. In the past 12 years, I have helped people create healthy movement in their lives and to develop a balanced design for living that can serve as a foundation for years to come. I strive to provide an atmosphere that is respectful and safe. It is very important to me that clients know that they have a voice in the treatment process so that the treatment is individualized to meet their needs.
(612) 799-3696
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Jodi S Rogness, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“In my 30 plus years in a helping profession, I am still energized by the bravery and strength of clients and their struggles that life can create. It is my privilege to encourage clients to look at life and themselves from a more balanced and productive place. I facilitate this by active listening and a nonjudgmental stance. I meet clients where they are within their emotional process.
(612) 345-9427
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Joanne Garlich, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“Are you your own worst critic? Are you often down on yourself and struggling to feel confident or worthwhile? Is your stress, anxiety or depression impacting your relationships, work or health? I can help. My calm, caring and non-judgmental approach to individual therapy creates a safe environment for you to feel heard and validated. You will learn practical tools right away to help you regain balance and reclaim the joy in your life.
(651) 829-6291
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Angela Delfiacco, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Please note that I will be taking personal leave from July 2015-September 2015, and will be unable to take new clients. I welcome your call after this time. I work from a strength based perspective using an integrative approach. I invite those who seek therapy that is spiritually integrative and holistic in nature. I also incorporate skill based interventions such as cognitive behavior therapy and solution focused interventions for these seeking a more traditional path in psychotherapy. I rely on developmental and systemic theories to guide my practice.
(612) 223-7456
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Kerry Aikman, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“My goal as a therapist is to offer my clients a relationship that is safe, empowering, and collaborative. Together, we will explore and understand your unique struggles and obstacles to greater self-awareness and personal growth. Through the therapy process, I help my clients more effectively cope with the demands of their lives. At the same time, I help them develop a greater understanding of the underlying causes and patterns that contribute to the stress in their lives.
(612) 223-7505
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Karen Willette, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I have 35 years of clinical experience working with people with a wide range of personal struggles. I have a deep respect for the mind and emotional life and appreciate how difficult it is to ask for help. Symptoms like eating, drinking or spending too much, having problems at work or in relationships, or feeling anxious or depressed are the external manifestation of an internal problem that has yet to be understood. By thinking together about all that's on your mind we begin to understand your internal world.
(612) 294-8207
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Kate Cosgriff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LICSW
“You have taken an important step towards helping yourself feel better simply by beginning the search for a therapist. It can be difficult to continue and make a call or send an email. I have an appreciation for the significance of that step and encourage you to reach out now.
(612) 293-5960 x2
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
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
Raye McPhillips Eyrich, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Most people want to live peaceful and productive lives, but sometimes worry, sadness, frustration, and relationship difficulties get in the way. If you struggle with feeling down, or feeling anxious, or are having trouble in your relationships with loved ones or friends or coworkers, I may be able to help you find new ways to cope, and to break through the obstacles standing in your way.
(612) 568-4909
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
Brian E. Stawarz, LP, LMFT, LLC, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I have practiced for 29 years in Minnesota, seeing children, adults, couples and families. My practice currently is primarily with adults and couples (and teens) who are seeking a therapist who is collaborative, offers guidance and new perspectives, and believes the client is ultimately in charge of change. I value awareness, mindfulness and the process of living out a personal story that is based on strengths and hopefulness. Above all, I believe that if people feel respected and cared for they are capable of growth and moving through even the most difficult times.
(651) 301-8916
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55419
Brockman Schumacher Jr, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“For more than 30 years I have counseled men, women, and teens addressing a crisis, a tragedy, something troubling they are struggling with now or from the past. My work with you will focus on developing your own skills to address current and past issues. Your work with me will be empowering and deliberate and will enable you to have a more fulfilling future. Our work together will include, but not necessarily be limited to consideration and assessments of how particular issues are affecting you and/or those you care about. You may bring a partner, friend, or family member to our sessions.
(612) 255-9519
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55419
Sara Schwatken  in Minneapolis
“Welcome! I am an integrative therapist with a dual focus on alleviating current, distressing symptoms and working toward life-long changes to improve the overall quality of your life. I enjoy getting to know you as a whole individual and feel developing the therapeutic relationship can create a safe and supportive environment so that you can feel completely comfortable to get your needs met in therapy. Although I was originally trained as a generalist, I have specialized training and expertise in the treatment of eating disorders, trauma/abuse and relationship concerns.
(612) 999-1278
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
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