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Kenwood Therapy Center, Treatment Facility  in Minneapolis
“Kenwood Therapy Center was established in 2000 to provide comprehensive outpatient individual, couple and family therapy for children, adolescents and adults. Over the past fourteen years, Kenwood Therapy Center has grown to house thirteen full and part-time therapists offering a range of specialties. The staff works from a Narrative Therapy base to develop insight into the stories of the client's life. The team members also draw from their varied experience and research on the best ideas of current theories and practices in the field. As the practice grows and changes, Kenwood Therapy Center still holds to its core objective to help its clients re-author life's narratives. Kenwood Therapy Center uses Narrative ideas and approaches as the foundation for work at the Center. Narrative Therapy is a growing set of ethically based and innovative therapy practices that recognize that people use narrative (or story) to make meaning in their lives and construct their identities. Accordingly, people can change their lives and identities.
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(612) 294-7442 x1
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Corine Hill, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“People come to therapy for different reasons in the hope of making positive changes. These reasons can vary from concerns related to anxiety, depression, relationship conflicts, anger, multicultural issues, and trauma. I approach each client with an open, warm, non-judgmental stance and use a variety of treatment methods to best suit each individual. Research has shown that the two most important factors for long lasting change are the quality of the therapeutic relationship and empathy. Taking time to provide a safe and comfortable therapeutic environment is necessary so you feel secure that I am the right therapist for you.
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(612) 568-0649
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
Morgan Psychotherapy Associates, Ltd., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
“With an approach that is compassionate and unique to each client, Morgan Psychotherapy Associates gets at the psychology that underlie your issues. Our psychodynamic approach uncovers often-subconscious emotions to help you take greater control of your life. By understanding a problem's origin, you can change behavior and reverse destructive patterns. To get at these emotions, we work through painful memories and difficult issues. Together, therapist and client look for coping tactics you may have adopted early in life. While they may have seemed helpful at the time, these maladaptive behaviors have a way of causing problems of their own. Often, deep, unexplored emotions are responsible for triggers, symptoms and other issues such as eating disorders, depression and anxiety.
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(612) 345-9522
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Catalyst Mental Health, Treatment Facility  in Minneapolis
“Catalyst Mental Health provides creative, intelligent, and dynamic services that empower people to realize their full potential. Research has repeatedly shown that the single largest factor impacting treatment outcomes is not a provider's treatment methodology or theoretical orientation, but rather the quality of a client's relationship with their individual service provider. Catalyst Mental Health consequently works with each client to design a carefully researched yet highly customized program that fits their unique needs. Services provided by Catalyst Mental Health include outpatient individual, marriage/couples, family, and group counseling, as well as chemical health assessments. No residential or inpatient services are available. Services are mainly provided onsite, but some therapists also provide their services online via webcam.
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(612) 223-7284
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Michael Kinzer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, JD, MA, LMFT
“I regularly help individuals, couples and families make changes they never thought possible. My style tends to be more proactive, but without judgment and depending on the clients needs. I ask questions and make frequent observations to help clients (1) increase self-awareness and become more comfortable with themselves and their feelings, (2) to make better choices, (3) toward greater satisfaction in their lives and relationships. My unique history helps me understand and relate to the many struggles clients face. For more information about me and my style of therapy, please visit my website: jupitercenter.com.
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(612) 234-5976
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Molly L Nicholson, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“I have the honor of working with people experiencing a wide variety of concerns including: depression; anxiety; grief/loss; life transitions; postpartum depression; sexual abuse; relationship problems; low self-esteem; family of origin; stress and more. My relational approach is based on the belief that within the framework of a trusting relationship with a therapist, clients can explore patterns of behavior and emotions which may relate back to earlier relationships. Once a better understanding of the origins of these patterns is developed, people often find lasting freedom from their hold over their lives.
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(612) 204-2823
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Associated Clinic of Psychology, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“With a 33 year history the Associated Clinic of Psychology is known throughout Minnesota as a leader in preventing, diagnosing, and treating mental health issues. Our commitment to our clients is to provide a comprehensive suite of mental health services, a single source for all of your mental healthcare needs. With over 120 clinicians, ACP provides: Individual Psychotherapy, Marriage Counseling, Family Counseling, Group Counseling, Medication Management, Individual Counseling, Testing, Consulting, Workshops and Training. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ACPMN or follow us on Twitter @ACP_MN
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(612) 294-0631
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Susan Ann Gustafson, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“My commitment is to help you make positive life changes. There are times when we are faced with obstacles and difficulties that interfere with growth and development, preventing us from achieving goals and aspirations, and diminishing our happiness and wellbeing. Psychotherapy provides a safe, nonjudgmental setting to discover solutions to challenges. With the powerful tools of communication and insight, I will help you identify counterproductive patterns and habits preventing you from living an optimal life. Together we will recognize and build upon your strengths and skills, develop new resources and strategies, and discover beneficial, healing ways of approaching your life.
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(612) 223-6458
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
Judy Cavazos-Beal, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT, LADC
“I was born and raised in Mexico, which gives me the ability to provide therapy fluently in Spanish as well as in English along with a personal understanding of Latino culture. I also have a connection with Deaf culture in Minnesota and deep respect for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. I'm fascinated by how complex we are as human beings and how enriching our emotional and social experiences can be. I find that what's most helpful in therapy is to take time to find the strength in the individuals and families I meet.
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(866) 622-8458 x706
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Bruce E Fischer, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I've been working with adults and teens for over 34 years. My approach is empathic, direct, and thoughtful. Given I have a wide background in my training, I adapt my therapeutic approach to the needs of the client. I find that effective therapy is a collaborative approach where we work together to understand your concerns, their origins and most importantly what can be done to bring about both the internal and behavioral changes that will be beneficial to you. My goal in therapy is to help integrate your shame and vulnerabilities into a healthy identity grounded in self-esteem and pride.
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(612) 223-7345
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Morgan Psychotherapy Associates, Ltd., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
“I believe that each person's journey toward authenticity, creativity and peace is unique to them. I believe that you can get there when there's a unique alliance between therapist and client that's dynamic and supportive. My relational approach helps to create that alliance. Together, we co-create a relationship that's comfortable, warm and conversational. That allows room to uncover your unique narratives, conflicts and ways of being in the world. Expect me to be compassionate, but also direct and incisive. As we strengthen our therapeutic relationship, we look evermore closely at sources of uncomfortable feelings, maladaptive behaviors, and painful memories.
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(612) 260-4637
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
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.
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(612) 223-7398 x700
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Thrace Soryn, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Are you wishing for enhanced relationships, more fulfilling self-awareness,greater creativity, career satisfaction,revitalized meaning to life and alternative choices to unhelpful patterns? I have 21 years experience working with individuals and couples using a depthful and interactive approach to resolve depression, anxiety and life's challenges.I have extensive experience working with clients who are in the Arts,health care professionals, academics, students ,gays and lesbians and elders.People I have worked with often tell me they wish they had taken the first courageous step toward getting help earlier in their lives. They have found this exploration life-changing.
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(612) 374-2194
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
John Rogers, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“Mental, emotional, spiritual health is often overlooked in our culture. Certainly it has taken a back seat to physical appearance, material possessions and instant gratification, to name a few. Often we mistake gratification for happiness, fitting-in for belonging and accomplishment for fulfillment. I believe happiness, belonging and fulfillment happen as a result of growth toward one's potential and is a lifelong and limitless journey.
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(651) 571-4113
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55422
Krista Jorgenson  in Minneapolis
“***NOT CURRENTLY TAKING NEW PATIENTS*** I especially enjoy working with adults looking to work on relationship problems, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and those who are just feeling stuck. I have six years experience in the counseling and mental health field. My approach to therapy emphasizes working to uncover the underlying roots of people's difficulties. Then, when we have come to understand these, we find ways of shifting these patterns. This approach creates deep and lasting change. ***For more info, see my website (link to the left, under my picture).
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(612) 260-9862
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409
Tessa Evelyn Anttila, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I would like to provide you with a therapeutic experience that is thoughtful, empowering and in collaboration with you, as you adapt to and grow from life's challenges. When you feel overwhelmed by stress and find managing your life to be difficult, having a trusting and supportive therapeutic experience can help you move more easily towards change. I will support you as you gain capacity to adapt to stress and find balance by providing you with continuous opportunities to realize your unlimited potential to heal from loss, gain resiliency, find inner-strength, and maintain healthy and satisfying relationships.
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(651) 433-6291
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55413
Kristine Lynn Martin, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“I provide compassionate guidance to clients seeking greater balance, self-acceptance and tools for managing personal problems. I specialize in working with people from a multi-disciplinary approach, fostering collaborative therapeutic experiences with individuals, couples and families. I support clients in creating an internal awareness of what their emotional challenges are and how to work through them in a constructive and heart centered way. I approach therapy from a strength based perspective; believing that our fears, sadness, anger, loss or disconnection, can be openings to the best and the most beautiful part of ourselves.
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(612) 255-6589
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Vicki Franzen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Life can be so difficult & complex! If you are feeling lonely, confused, depressed or not understood, there is hope. By asking for help you have taken the first & most difficult step to feeling better. Counseling can provide a safe environment where you can share your fears and frustrations without judgment. Counseling is a place where you can learn to better understand your own wants and needs. My therapeutic style tends to be collaborative, yet direct & educational. My strength based, solution focused approach includes helping you gain insight to your emotions while better understanding how your communication skills may be impacting your relationships.
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(952) 479-5895
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Minneapolis, Minnesota 55419
Kent Smallwood, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Research demonstrates that roughly 50% of treatment outcomes are directly attributable to the provider-client relationship. This is why it is so important that you feel comfortable with the therapist you choose, and optimistic about therapy. My ability to help you stems directly from a combination of my experience, my training, and the benefit of learning from the thousands of individuals I have worked with. The fundamental goal of my treatment is to help clients more clearly identify, remove barriers to, and more consistently connect to their core values.
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(612) 260-5099
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Drew Horowitz, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LADC, RAS
“Drew Horowitz has a vast range of experiences in working with addiction and mental health disorders. He has gained a wealth of knowledge through his own recovery, extensive training, and a master's level education from the Hazelden Graduate School. Drew has several years of professional experience in addiction services. He has worked extensively within a multitude of populations. After spending nearly 5 years with Hennepin County as a co-occurring mental health and substance abuse professional, Drew went into private practice where he treats individuals and families.
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(651) 419-3847
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Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402

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Gambling Therapists
A compulsive gambler or a or pathological gambler is someone who is unable to resist his or her impulses to gamble. The urge to gamble becomes so great that tension can only be relieved by more gambling.

There is a very fine line between problem gambling or Minneapolis gambling addiction and gambling too much. The critical sign of problem gambling is often hidden from awareness, with denial. Many gamblers in Minneapolis typically do not know they have a problem. Admitting you have a problem, or may have a problem, is the first step to recovery.

Treatment options include individual and group psychotherapy, and self-help support groups such as Gamblers Anonymous (a 12-step program for gamblers). Abstinence principles that apply to other types of addiction are also relevant in the treatment of compulsive gambling behavior in Minneapolis.

Recently, medications such as antidepressants, opioid antagonists, and mood stabilizers have been shown to be beneficial in combination with gambling treatment by a Minneapolis gambling Therapist or gambling Therapists in Minneapolis or those experienced with gambling behaviors in Minneapolis.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Minneapolis have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Minneapolis you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Minneapolis and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Minneapolis or family therapy in Minneapolis.