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Stacy Orfield Saindon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“In therapy,change and growth happen within the context of a secure relationship. My goal in collaborating with you is to help create a safe place to explore mistaken beliefs about yourself that are impeding the ability to live a meaningful life. We will shift problematic patterns and challenge unuseful stories that can invite in relationships and values that bring you joy. Common themes we may explore are anxiety, depression, body image, perfectionism, insecurity, job stressors, coping disorders (eating disorders, substance disorders, etc.), attachment issues, adoption, grief and loss, trauma, couple and family challenges, parenting, autism, and child development.
(612) 223-6461
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Ann Henry, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I work with adult individuals with a variety of issues, however, I specialize in treating the effects of childhood neglect and/or abuse. The impact of trauma is often profound. Pervasive and complex effects can disrupt your sense of self, your life narrative, and your ability to engage with others and the world.
(651) 309-8189
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
“With almost 35 years working as a psychologist, I work with a variety of clients struggling with mental health and life issues. Many clients seek my help for anxiety, depression, serious and persistent mental illness and life transitions. My patients include children as young as 7, adolescents, adults and seniors in their 80's. Clients are often referred to me for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, relationship issues and sports-related performance concerns. I also have experience working with individuals and families where there are life-threatening health issues, infertility and pregnancy loss for both mothers and fathers.
(651) 433-6872
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Thomas Ellis, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am here to provide hopeful, strength based therapy during times of transition. This practice is based on trust and understanding and recognizes that every individual and family is unique. Therapy is a partnership with you and your path in discovering resilience during difficult life experiences. Clients will find a safe place to create a plan for healing and growth.I have had the privilege to work with individuals, couples, families and groups for 15 years. I am proud of the book I had published, This Thing Called Grief: New Understandings of Loss, which has been well received nation wide.
(651) 433-6294
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Tc Largaespada, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
“When you are feeling overwhelmed but aren't sure how things can change, I can help. When you find that you keep making the same mistakes, doing things you promised yourself you would stop, I can help. Behavior changes are more than just applying logic to your situation. If it was only logic, you would have figured it out by now. I focus on how the brain processes experiences. I can provide the space to sort things out and finally make sense of those old patterns.
(651) 964-0962
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Sue Sexton, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Do you or someone you care about need help? Is your child struggling at home or in school with anxiety, low-motivation, or oppositional behavior? Maybe you want to understand your teenager better? Or are you looking to work on your own anxiety or depression, improving an important relationship, or trying to get out of a rut? Research shows that building a quality relationship with the right therapist, more than any other factor, is what leads to successful and lasting change for the long haul. Learn more about how I might be able to help you at: www.suesextonpsychotherapyllc.com.
(651) 968-3619
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Barbara Guy  in Saint Paul
“I work with children, teens, and adults, both individually and as couples and families, to address a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, family conflict, trauma, grief and loss, substance use, and LGBTQ concerns. I offer a warm, accepting space throughout the therapy process. My theory is that every person has the capacity to find the answers to their challenges. I will invite you to explore a new way of thinking, look at your situation from a different angle, and bring your existing strengths to the forefront of your life.
(612) 255-9163
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Carrie L Hanson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“The thought of going to therapy can be scary, and asking for help can be difficult. Finding a therapist with whom you feel secure and comfortable can be equally daunting, especially when you, your child, or your loved one, are in the midst of emotional and psychological pain. I am invested in cultivating a safe, supportive, and trusting environment where clients can get "unstuck" from thoughts and emotions that interfere with their goals and happiness. I partner with my clients to heal from their pasts, create their present, and work toward a future filled with vitality, peace, and happiness.
(612) 223-7467
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Intentional Living, LLC, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“Struggling with self-criticism? I have found this to be one of the most common presenting issues among my clients. Due to the prevalence of this issue and how much it plays into issues such as depression, anxiety, and addiction, this has become a major treatment focus in my work. Compelling research has shown the benefits of targeting self-criticism and shame.
(651) 314-1807
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Zoua Chang, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I work with you in a collaborative and respectful manner. I will encourage you to approach the psychological issues that are illuminated throughout treatment with distant observation, curiosity and openness to doing things differently. Therapy provides a supportive environment that allows you to talk openly with someone who is objective, neutral and nonjudgmental about your internal experiences to help you identify habituated unhelpful behaviors, stuck points and areas of growth and to gently challenge yourself to grow and change while learning to tolerate some discomfort.
(612) 345-9506
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Robert Cowle, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Do you at times feel overwhelmed by worry or sadness, troubled relationships, or painful memories? Uncertain about what steps to take? My goal is to help you find your way to your strongest and best self. I've been a practicing psychotherapist since 1987. Over the years I have developed specialty areas in anxiety, depression, anger, and relationship issues. However, I do not believe that any client can simply be reduced to a problem category or diagnosis. I am continually amazed at the uniqueness of each of my clients. Each client deserves respect and compassion for the distress they are experiencing.
(651) 968-4002 x560
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Megan Sigmon-Olsen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I have the awesome privilege of getting to work with teens and families all day long. I often meet teens who are uncomfortable with the idea of going to therapy. If your teen works with me, I will work closely with them to ensure that therapy with me isn't uncomfortable. I read teens well & will work hard to help your teen have a positive therapy experience. Teens are accepted in my practice for who they are in the world & they have told me that this acceptance is helpful to them during a time of intense growth & change.
(763) 244-1949
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55116
Karen A. Stevensen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW, MDiv, LLC
“Do you feel upset and spend a lot of time worrying about what to do? Do you feel like you're not good enough? Does your past effect today? All of us need support to work through the issues we face in life. It's too hard to feel all alone and scared. I make a safe place for you to work through issues and figure out what to do. I share my knowledge and tools from working with people for 30 years. It takes courage to ask for help. I'll try to get you in as soon as possible.
(612) 293-5043
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Anne Delmont, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Are you feeling stuck in some area of your life? Do you need help understanding why certain things keep happening? Are you struggling in relationships, feeling depressed or uncertain about your future? If you agreed with any of these questions, therapy can help guide you to the answers you need to move forward in life. My role as a therapist is to support your personal journey of self discovery and healing. I view the therapeutic process as collaborative, respectful and empowering and use a strengths based perspective to help clients make sense of personal challenges.
(612) 867-1215
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Karin Carver-Regan  in Saint Paul
“I bring humor, compassion, and respect to my work with you in order to create a safe place where healing and growth can occur. I believe in addressing the whole person and in working collaboratively in order to create a unique therapeutic experience. I provide counseling services for kids, adults, couples & families. Some of the main symptoms my clients deal with include depression, anxiety, trauma and relationship issues. A specialty is working with family's that are going through a divorce or separation and giving children a voice throughout that transition.
(612) 395-4692
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Anna McCourt, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I believe in the inherent goodness and inner wisdom of people. I see my job as providing an environment that is safe, nurturing and supportive enough for people to discover their own wisdom and learn to tap into it for strength, direction and purpose.
(651) 728-7387
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Lori Belair,   in Saint Paul
“"Renew yourself and live life to the fullest. Seize the strength and wisdom from within and grow through positive change."
(651) 314-1647
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Mic Hunter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
“Due to my books "Abused Boys: The Neglected Victims Of Sexual Abuse" & "Honor Betrayed: Sexual Abuse In America's Military" many of my clients are recovering from addictive disorders & trauma. My books "Conscious Contact: The 12 Steps As Prayer" and "Back To The Source: The Spiritual Principles Of Jesus" lead people wanting to grow spirituality to my door. I enjoy working with people from any faith tradition, those with no belief in a higher power, and those who are, "spiritual but not religious."
(651) 504-3488
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101
Wild Tree Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“There are things the world throws at us that we can't always change and we know cookie-cutter approaches to health and wellness don't always work. And, sometimes you need extra help, and support, to learn the skills to better cope with stress you encounter in life. Our collaborative team of professionally trained, compassionate therapists are dedicated to building a trusting relationship with you on your journey to long-term wellness. Each therapist is passionate about finding an alternative approach that provides holistic wellness and promotes health in a warm, welcoming environment.
(651) 400-8657
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Elizabeth Hubbard Brady, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, MSW, LICSW
“Separation, loss and transitions are painful. Depression and anxiety can be immobilizing. However, you don't have to go through this experience alone. Psychotherapy is the process of working together to explore the significance of where you are in your life, acknowledging your inherent strengths and discovering how you can live a more gratifying life. The most meaningful parts of our lives are those at which we've worked the hardest. Will you give yourself the time, patience and respect to do this work?
(651) 724-9480
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
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