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Depression Therapists in North Dakota (ND)

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Lou Sandler,   in Fargo
“Have you've been told 'we've tried everything' for your child with persistent - maybe even at risk - behavioral issues? Have you been told things like your child is 'not ready' to communicate, be with peers, toilet train, eat with family/friends, learn new things at school or home? Is going to the store stressful? Does your child need constant supervision? Is bedtime and sleep a regular confrontation? Does your child do dangerous things without even realizing they're dangerous? Have you seen lots of specialists and therapists without answers even though they may pretend otherwise?
(812) 919-2560
Office is near:
Fargo, North Dakota 58102
Sanctuary Center Behavioral Health, Treatment Facility  in Ayr
“Our philosophy of treatment is to provide dignified care with a holistic approach, combining mental health and substance abuse treatment in a coordinated, highly individualized and flexible treatment plan. We believe that the best interest of the client is served when a high degree of individual attention is provided within the framework of group process and education. In order to accomplish this goal. Sanctuary Center offers a very high staff to patient ratio and a clinical team which is composed of a wide variety of highly credentialed professionals all of whom having substantial expertise in the treatment of dual diagnosed, co-occurring and multi-occurring disorders. The ease of transition into treatment varies from person to person and is often impacted by the degree of difficulty precipitating treatment and the symptoms one is experiencing. While some individuals come into care positive, optimistic, and ready to engage others may be anxious, resistant, and experiencing protracted withdraw symptoms. We are prepared to help
(866) 269-7075
We serve:
Ayr, North Dakota 58007
Sue A Russell, Psychologist  in Grand Forks
“I want to help you achieve the kind of life you have always wanted, to help you overcome obstacles that stand between you and your hopes and dreams. Many clients tell me they wish they had come to see me sooner. They regret the wasted months... sometimes years. There is no reason to continue to suffer, to continue repeating the same mistakes, or to keep arguing about the same things over and over. The sooner you call, the sooner you can feel better. Together we can find what's going wrong in your life and get you back on track.
(701) 566-0926
Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201
David Bialik, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Grand Forks
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MBA, MSW, LICSW, BCD
“I routinely provide diagnostic evaluations to assess and treat a wide variety of mental health conditions. I am particularly interested in helping clients with personal growth, as well as professional development, and relationship issues. I also have extensive experience helping clients recover from depression, anxiety, trauma, childhood abuse, domestic violence, co-dependency, and grief and loss.
(701) 552-6134
Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201
David G Haugen, Counselor  in Minot
“I have over 30 years experience providing counseling to individuals, families and couples with a variety of mental health issues. I specialize in helping families address issues that make it difficult for them to enjoy their relationships with each other. I have significant experience in helping people resolve trauma issues of abuse or grief, whether recent or past. My approach is supportive and solution focused.
(701) 354-4180
Minot, North Dakota 58701
Cheryl Dianne Planert, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Beach
“Thirty years of psychotherapy practice enables me to chose creatively from a vast number of modalities suited to your personal needs for change. I'm passionate about supporting you as you shift from fear and anxiety to confidence and strength.
(701) 204-9026
Beach, North Dakota 58621
Shirley J Rader, Psychologist  in Fargo
Psychologist, PhD
“I have been in private practice for 16 years in Detroit Lakes, MN, and Fargo, ND. I have worked in the human service field for 30+ years, and I currently have my office in Detroit Lakes, MN. I specialize in stress/anxiety/depression related issues, incl. PTSD and sexual abuse. I also specialize in the integration of psychology and Christian spiritual values. I am licensed in MN. I accept most insurance plans. I enjoy working with people of different ages (age five and older), nationalities, individuals, couples, families and groups, as well as public speaking, workshops, etc. NOTE: I no longer see clients in Fargo.
(218) 656-0905
Office is near:
Fargo, North Dakota 58102
Doreen Vosburg, Counselor  in Fargo
“My ideal client is a person who is ready to work together to make the changes necessary to improve their life and know that I will come to their home.
(701) 203-4501
Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Hello, I am Dean M Beck, MSW,LICSW. I have worked as a therapist for the past 18 years in the public and private sector. I work with adults and adolescents dealing with all types of struggles, such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, conduct disorders, anger issues, and family struggles. I facilitate individual, group, family and couples therapy.
(701) 355-6926
Bismarck, North Dakota 58504
Kama Jensen, Counselor  in Fargo
“Conscious Living Counseling offers private and professional counseling services for adults and couples. My clinical focus includes treatment for anxiety, depression, adult ADHD, and providing couples/marriage counseling.
(701) 347-1962
Fargo, North Dakota 58102
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I work in a solution focused and strengths based approach. Let's find ways to help you gain control of your life!
(701) 355-6921
Bismarck, North Dakota 58504
Claudia Marie McGrath, Counselor  in Fargo
“An ideal client for me to see would be an adolescent, adult or couple who may be having difficulties with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, relationship difficulties, codependency issues, stage of life, transition issues, grief or loss.
(701) 732-0932
Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Stacey Benson, Psychologist  in Fargo
“Congratulations on taking that first step towards recovery! Whether it is depression, anxiety, sexual addiction or any number of the countless things that keep us from living the life we want, searching for someone to help partner with you on that journey towards healing and wholeness is an all important first step. At Benson Psychological Services, PC we work with a full range of mental health concerns to include depression, anxiety, ADHD, disruptive behaviors, relationship issues, sexual concerns, domestic violence, self-esteem, sleep disorders, chronic pain, sexual addiction, grief and loss, and much more
(701) 595-5127
Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Nadine Hillesheim, Counselor  in Fargo
“I have many years of experience treating depression, eating disorders, and concerns with self-worth/compassion. I see eating issues from the perspective of how much time and energy is wrapped up in thoughts of eating or body image each day, and work to help people find freedom from this. I also facilitate groups for emotional overeating and mindfulness. I believe in the value of both traditional and non-traditional approaches to client's concerns depending on their values and preferences.
(701) 354-2616
Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Anna J. Thompson, Counselor  in Bismarck
“I have always had a passion for helping people, which lead me to my counseling profession. The population I have counseled has been broad: adults with severe mental illness, homeless families, adult women with trauma, couples going through marital discord, and children struggling with mental illness, trauma, and difficult adjustments. My recent focus has been working with children using play therapy, and helping parents improve their relationship with their child.
(701) 369-4051
Bismarck, North Dakota 58501
Gail Nelson, Counselor  in Fargo
“Conflict affects us all in many ways. Mostly, I work with individuals, couples and groups to understand the impact of confusion, upset and misunderstanding on our relationships. Sometimes depression and anxiety are overwhelming and that causes lots of problems in our ability to make our life work. I hear from clients that they felt better after our session because they were able to talk through a problem and understand the situation better.
(701) 214-6196
Fargo, North Dakota 58102
Rachel R. R. Daigle, Counselor  in Fargo
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, NCC, LPC, LAC, LADC
“Part of our living experience are the challenges we face as we learn and grow as individuals, within our families, and communities. These challenges, and at times struggles, can be the precursors to new opportunities and personal growth. From our most difficult experiences emerge strength we did not know we possessed, talents, and abilities which we did not know we embodied. I know you have all within you which you need to change, acquire, and become that which you are seeking. The privilege of my professional work is to aid in the full discovery of your strengthens, talents, and capabilities.
(701) 484-0754
Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Sarah Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Williston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I offer therapy services to children, adolescents, and adults in either individual or family settings. I offer talk therapy to adolescents and adults and play therapy to children. I work to individualize care to each family and individual as everyone has their own unique individual needs. My goal is to work with individuals to have a healthy life in which they are able to balance the demands of life and form healthy relationships with others. I have worked with children and families for a number of years and am passionate about helping families and individuals meet their unique goals.
(701) 347-2635
Williston, North Dakota 58801
Erin Thuner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minot
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I provide outpatient therapy services to children, adults, couples, and families addressing issues related, but not limited to, depression, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem, grief/loss, divorce, abuse, cancer/medical issues, and women's issues (infertility, perinatal loss, abortion, etc). My goal is to assist individuals, couples, and/or families in finding the balance needed to lead stable, healthy lifestyles while creating and rebuilding essential, life-long relationships. I have worked with children, adults, and families for several years and focus on respect, love, connections, and most importantly, discovery.
(701) 639-4381
Minot, North Dakota 58703
Naomi Tabassum, Counselor  in Fargo
“I take a holistic approach to therapy. Each individual is unique and benefits from a tailored journey. I prioritize meeting each person where they are at, developing a non-judgmental therapy relationship, and using evidenced-based tools to achieve your goals. I emphasize celebrating your strengths and paying attention to the skills you already possess to direct further growth. My approach highlights defining oneself through creative stories to find the problem areas, identifying motivation for change, and empowering growth towards happiness and contentment. I want you to walk away feeling proud of yourself and sure of your positive life changes.
(701) 354-2483
Fargo, North Dakota 58103

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

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