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ADHD Therapists in Minneapolis
Attention Deficit, ADD

David Swarthout, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LICSW
“Psychotherapy involves working together to build connections where safe communication can occur. Most of my patients seek a guide, confidant, teacher, or objective bystander who can help identify difficulties in relationships & devise strategies/build skills to help them cope with struggles in life. I work primarily w/ adolescents/young adults who struggle with "launching" into the adult world of school & work, with adults who have a hard time managing pain & chronic health problems, with people who have struggles related to sexual health, and with people experiencing grief & loss. Contact me directly via my office cell number at (612) 396-6949.
ADHD
(612) 223-6436
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
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.
ADHD
(612) 223-6458
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
Liz Crichton, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“I believe that everyone has potential for self-growth and positive change. I provide a supportive environment to help you gain an overall well-being. Often in therapy many issues or concerns can be closely related, and it is not unusual to enter therapy for help in one area, and find the work shifting to another area. My goal is to help you acquire the tools and skills you need to find successful strategies that you can use every day.
ADHD
(612) 255-4795
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Linda C Taylor,   in Minneapolis
BCC, Coach
“Do you believe that you could accomplish so much more in your career, social relationships and marriage? Is it a constant struggle to get to work on time, keep your home or office in order, manage your family issues without the arguing and yelling? Now may be the right time to work with a professional who has the experience, expertise and dedication to help you make some critical life changes. As a Life Coach, I specialize in assisting adults with ADD and their loved ones find workable solutions to their life challenges.
ADHD
(763) 225-2802
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55422
Succeeding With ADD, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
“Are you or someone in your family struggling with ADD/ADHD? Life can be much better quickly and getting help can be fun! I really understand ADD and what works to guide others to create lives that are joyful and fulfilling. If you are frustrated with yourself, your children or spouse, learning how you or they are wired and what strategies work better will help. Family life can be much calmer and kids can do better in school when you have someone like me on your team.
ADHD
(612) 965-3052
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55438
Chris Bedford, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“My work at the Clinic for Attention, Learning, and Memory centers around helping people learn more effectively, whether they are children in a school setting or adults in the workplace. I specialize in the identification and treatment of problems with executive functioning. The ability to pay attention and remember things is integral to learning and working. If you are easily distracted, have difficulty focusing your attention, suffer from a poor memory, or struggle to learn new things, you may benefit from a comprehensive assessment. Some individuals also benefit from counseling or coaching, and others benefit from Cogmed Working Memory Training.
ADHD
(612) 246-3813
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Twin Cities Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
“I work with couples, families, individual adults and teens struggling with ADD/ADHD, the effects of anxiety, self-esteem, adjustment difficulties, depression, bipolar and trauma. And I work with parents whose children struggle with these presentations. I also work with individuals and families struggling against the effects of general parenting and adolescent issues, strained family and couple relationships, general mental health therapy as well as job-related stressors and life transitions, such as college, job and career change, retirement, divorce, cohabitation, remarriage, and step-parenting.
ADHD
(612) 518-7300
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
Ralph Rovner, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I enjoy working with children, adolescents and young adults who are temporarily "stuck" in their development and accomplishment of important life tasks and goals whether it be school achievement, making and keeping friends, having a positive role in their family or having a satisfying and positive personal and social identity. I help people with ADHD, learning delays or disabilities, depression, sadness, unstable moods, too much worry, anxiety, behavior problems, oppositional and defiant acting out, and alcohol or substance abuse. I provide individual and family therapy and parent counseling.
ADHD
(952) 314-5453
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
“Welcome. I am a psychiatrist specializing in anxiety, attention deficit and depression. Discussions emphasize individual strengths and are collaborative and results oriented. If you enjoy problem solving you may like this pragmatic approach. I meet with senior high and university students, gifted students, business owners, executives, professionals and parents. Focusing on areas of your choosing is productive for personal growth, careers and relationships. If you are curious about your feeling world and how it can positively influence your life you may find this process valuable. Consultations and ongoing therapy are both available.
ADHD
(651) 315-8381
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401
Angela Martinez-Deleon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LGSW
“Whether you are 7 or 67, I believe that whatever you are facing, anxiety, depression, confusion, or general stress about anything, as human beings we have the innate ability to heal. My role is to meet you where you are at, support you unconditionally and free of judgment, and walk with you on your journey towards healing.
ADHD
(612) 255-4457
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55424
Penny S Giesbrecht, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Dr. Giesbrecht interned at Pilot City Mental Health Center providing testing and therapy in a richly diverse community. Following that she provided counseling to students and staff at Bethel University, and the Univ. of St. Thomas completing an APA doctoral internship in both personal and career counseling. Dr. Giesbrecht has been in private practice for almost twenty years and employs CBT, psychodynamic, and DBT strategies under girded by a resource model of psychology. As clients are able to reflect on what resources they already have within and around them, they lay a positive bedrock to work on life's problems.
ADHD
(651) 383-4727
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
David Townes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, MBA
“I can say with confidence that I am not your typical mental health therapist. For starters, I was a football player in Texas during high school and a wilderness guide in Colorado during my summers in college. I also have a Masters in Business Administration, I've developed my own computer software, and I play around with mathematical algorithms in my spare time. I practice therapy because it helps keep me grounded. Nothing is more meaningful than making lasting improvements in the lives of others. * I will not be taking any new clients until Spring of 2015. *
ADHD
(612) 223-7398 x700
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Yvette Erasmus  in Minneapolis
“***NOT CURRENTLY TAKING NEW CLIENTS. I specialize in human relationships. I find that beneath most people's unhappiness lie unmet relational needs. Depression, anxiety, addictions--more often than not, these are rooted in unfulfilled needs in interpersonal and intimate relationships. In my work, the client and I work to identify the source of the difficulties and the relational patterns that are keeping the client stuck. After we identify these patterns, we find ways transform them. As these patterns begin to change, the symptoms start to recede. The client is then able to engage in more fulfilling relationships.
ADHD
(612) 255-6193
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.
ADHD
(612) 223-7284
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
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.
ADHD
(651) 456-8421
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
LeAnn K Hutton, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with experience treating depression, anxiety, relationship problems, reactions to trauma/life stressors, and social/behavioral difficulties. I enjoy working with individuals and families who are committed to improving their life situations. I believe it is necessary to provide clients with a safe and accepting environment. Each client's personal situation is unique and should be respected. I attempt to gain an accurate understanding of my client's views and life experiences.
ADHD
(651) 252-4969
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Nancy Lawroski, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“People come to therapy for many reasons. In the first few sessions, I want to get to know you--what you are struggling with, your hopes and fears for the future, what seems to be getting in the way, what strengths and assets you bring. Together, we arrive at a plan, identifying your goals, sources of distress, and how best to work toward symptom relief and greater satisfaction with life and relationships. My approach integrates several treatment modalities, including psychoanalytic/psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, contemporary mindfulness-based therapies, life-span developmental approaches, attachment theory, family therapy, couples therapy, and play therapy.
ADHD
(651) 964-0957
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Bruce Kohlhase, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Creating a comfortable, individualized treatment relationship within the context of a secure and relaxed environment is a primary therapy goal for serving all age groups. Diverse backgrounds, life experiences and orientations are all welcome and respected. I draw from a wide variety of treatment approaches to adapt to your personal situation. Emotions, thought, behavior, your life history and relationship experience are all given careful consideration. Humor, warmth, encouragement, knowledge and skill in treatment techniques can all play a role in the support provided as you work on improving and changing your life.
ADHD
(612) 255-6791
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55417
Johnny Phillip Rosier, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
“My interests in providing counseling covers families, couples, and individuals. I am dedicated to enhancing relationships. I serve a wide range of clients of many backgrounds. I have served people from 7 years of age to 80 years of age. I value diversity of all kinds and work hard to provide awareness and understanding of mental health and relationship issues to the public. I emphasize self reflection and self awareness in order to increase self-esteem and confidence.
ADHD
(612) 223-6463
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Nikki Witt, Art Therapist  in Minneapolis
“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.
ADHD
(651) 315-8864
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
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