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Therapists in Saint Paul

Amber H Isham, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Effective therapy starts with a supportive and strength-based relationship centered in validation and acceptance. Then, the therapist and client work collaboratively to increase awareness of the present, identify what is no longer working, set long term goals and take small steps toward those goals in order to build a life worth living- a life based in hope and capacity for joy rather than one filled with suffering and avoidance. Specializing in behavioral therapy, I focus with clients to reduce/cease destructive or ineffective behaviors and increase effective behaviors that are consistent with the client's values.
(952) 373-6447
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Minnesota Center for Psychology, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“At Minnesota Center for Psychology, we offer comprehensive mental health services for children, adolescents and adults, as well as couples and families. We are committed to providing the best quality care in an environment that fosters integrity, respect, hope, health, and learning. If you are experiencing anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, family conflict, work or relationship issues, grief, sadness, body image issues, sleep problems, suicidal thoughts, trauma, low motivation, restlessness, communication issues, post-partum depression or anxiety, LGBT or gender identity issues, life transitions mood swings, shame, anger, parenting or behavioral issues, our highly trained and experienced clinicians can help!
(651) 383-4569
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Tamara F Phillips, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I work with individuals and families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Anxiety and ADHD. Using an integrated approach, in addition to cognitive behavioral strategies, together we will work to improve personal coping, emotion regulation and communication by connecting your thoughts, feelings and behavior. When working with couples and families, we will address the unique needs of your family with the goal of decreasing stress, improving communication and understanding complex feelings. Living with autism or other special needs can be overwhelming and I look forward to working with you to improve your individual, family or marital functioning.
(612) 326-3157
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Ruth Tallakson, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Are you frustrated and irritable at work? Do you sometimes have trouble containing your anger? Are you worried about whether you're good enough? If so, I'd like to talk with you. Together, we'll change your way of thinking so that you can learn to reduce anxiety and depression, recognize and manage your anger, reduce job-related stress and develop confidence and trust in yourself. In a personal and compassionate setting, you will learn to live from your true strengths, recognize and manage your symptoms, and gain self-acceptance as you clarify, respect and find your own voice.
(651) 321-5813
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Drew Horowitz, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Saint Paul
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.
(651) 419-3847
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Courtney Colwell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT
“I believe that positive change is possible in the midst of whatever unique challenges you or your relationship encounter. Together we will work towards the happier life and relationships you seek in a supportive and encouraging environment. We will identify patterns, beliefs, behavior and communication that have been unhealthy, and strive first to relieve stress, find more hope and create productive ways forward to help create a more peaceful now.
(612) 223-7886
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Noah J Simcox, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Sometimes life is coming at us too fast and we need to find a way to slow down, find clarity, and take care of ourselves. As a psychotherapist, I provide a safe place for individuals, couples and families to receive support and non-judgmental feedback and learn how to nurture themselves.
(651) 505-4008
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Martin J Schoen, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I'm a psychologist who makes house calls! By definition, I've been asked to help people with a wide variety of problem situations. I have 28 years in the field of mental health counseling and consulting. My practice consists of home- and community based visits during the afternoons and evenings. Also, consulting in the community in institutional settings.
(651) 356-6244
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55113
Kasia Chojan-Cymerman, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Are you feeling dissatisfied and stuck in your life? Do you struggle meeting your full potential? Perhaps you have a hard time connecting with people, keep repeating the same mistakes, or often feel unhappy and disappointed in relationships but you don't know how to change them. I would like to help you gain deeper understanding of your struggles and guide you toward more complete, fulfilling, and purposeful life. We will work together to help you become more connected with your feelings, build mutual and genuine relationships, and achieve lasting change.
(651) 252-4995
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Bea Natalie Vue-Benson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MDiv
“You are not alone. I am here for you wherever you are in your journey of life...struggling with depression or anxiety...learning new skills...changing old behaviors...transitioning...exploring your personal/cultural/sexual identity...having relational problems...dealing with a serious physical illness...grieving losses...seeking the meaning/purpose of life...wondering if God exists at all. I invite you to experience a respectful, compassionate, and trusting therapeutic environment supporting your efforts to take responsibility for your life, face change, grow courage, and cultivate hope. You can do this. You are not alone. I am here for you.
(651) 504-3381
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Christopher B Donahue, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I look forward to working with clients that are highly motivated and ready for change. I have been able to treat individuals with challenging symptoms who may not have been properly diagnosed and subsequently, have not received appropriate treatment. The majority of my clients do not have a healthy way to cope with intrusive and sometimes disturbing thoughts. The therapy I provide empowers clients with the skills needed to feel in control of their anxiety, impulsiveness and unhealthy habits. My clients will learn how to manage unwanted thoughts and to abandon coping through rituals, escape and avoidance behaviors.
(952) 955-6168
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Paige Bartholome, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Are you looking to achieve a sense of balance in your life, gain deeper insight and understanding or create changes that result in a more meaningful and joyous life? As a licensed psychologist, I offer a warm, supportive and confidential environment where I can help you to cope more effectively with personal difficulties, challenging situations and feelings, and with relationships.
(651) 760-0711
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Beth McNally, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“Whether you are struggling in your daily life or are going through a difficult time, my desire is to help and guide you through to a more peaceful and resilient place. I work with various issues including depression, anxiety, and trauma in both individuals and couples. I am trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing therapy (EMDR) which is a technique to help process problem memories that get in your way.
(612) 279-8240
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55103
KC Flanagan  in Saint Paul
“Since 1994 I have been in the helping profession. I have worked with individuals of various ages, from young adults to the elderly. My belief is that growth/change happens through relationship with another. Therefore, my approach to therapy is client-centered with an emphasis on the therapeutic relationship. I focus on providing a safe environment where each individual can risk, to experience themselves in a caring and respectful relationship with another. It is from this relationship that a person often finds new and more adaptive ways of being in relationship with themselves and others.
(651) 309-8159
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Christina L Kress, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Young children require a balance of praise and nurturing along with structure and guidance. Being a parent can be the most challenging experience as well as the most rewarding experience in people's lives! I strive to keep these things in mind when working with children and families. My work with children involves the family as a whole, addressing the system of interactions impacting a child. Children communicate and interact with the world through play. I enter into a child's world of play and imagination to help them over come problems, cope with difficult situations and development in a healthy way.
(651) 967-8762
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Karen Jeffords-Brown, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“People come into therapy because they want something to change in their lives--how they feel, how they relate to others, how they handle stress. I enjoy working with people who want to commit themselves to working in therapy; who have the courage to face the important issues; who want to work collaboratively with me to find the solutions to feeling better. I consider myself a guide and coach in this process as we get to know each other. It gives me great joy to watch my clients grow and change and start to enjoy life again.
(612) 840-4138
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 x3
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Terry Campbell, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“My clients are commonly seeking relief from anxiety, understanding, and hope for change. I believe we all have the inner power and intuitive knowledge to change, but our intuition can get blocked when strong emotions or past events overwhelm us. Working to establish a partnership of genuineness, trust, and respect for this self-knowledge, I teach tools to calm anxieties, break through fears, renew hope, and increase self-understanding. Mindfulness, relaxation, and visual art techniques, as well as play therapy with children, are often part of this process.
(651) 504-1721 x5
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Dionne M Blood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Tried therapy before just haven't "clicked" with the provider or felt like you don't get anywhere new? Many of my clients describe past experiences the same way. Therapy can be different. I have a gentle yet straight-forward approach that allows us focus on what is not working for you in your life. Whether you are going through a big life transition, relationship difficulties, divorce, parenting issues, or just not happy with life; therapy can help. Together, we will work to find new ways to cope and adjust to life's ever changing needs.
(651) 262-7091
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Mitchel Paulson, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“I encourage people to explore self-discovery in creative ways-- to forget the rules and restrictions of "staying inside the lines", to take the marker and scribble all over the page. Life is about exploration, motivation, creativity, the power of the positive human relationship, and about love. With a special expertise in working with adolescents and young adults, I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed School Counselor in the state of Minnesota. I work as a High School Counselor at a metro area high school while also providing individual and family therapy at Crocus Hill Counseling Center.
(507) 416-4479
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
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