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Therapists in Minneapolis

Kenneth Stewart, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LP
“I have been helping adults, couples, and families since 1975. I teach at two universities in their Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy programs. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Minnesota. I am past President of the Minnesota Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. I prefer a collaborative approach in my work with my clients - combing their knowledges with my own toward more preferred outcomes.
(612) 360-2766
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
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.
(612) 345-9522
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Kathie Bailey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“When life is hard or confusing, you need a kind, steady guide with lots of experience, who can listen deeply and respond in a way that really helps. I can help you feel better--connect more to yourself and others, resolve issues, develop a positive relationship with your body, bring more love to your life, and take steps to achieve your goals. Does it seem like life keeps bringing up issues these days and putting them right in front of you? It can feel overwhelming. You want to handle it differently this time, but you're not sure how.
(612) 568-6986
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
Elizabeth Wittenberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, JD, LICSW
“Finding the right therapist is important. You want someone you can feel comfortable with, who understands your life experiences and really "gets" you. Research demonstrates that it's the quality of this relationship, more than any other factor, that makes therapy successful, enabling people to forge lasting change and feel better over the long haul. To see if I might be the right therapist for you, you can read more about my approach and what it might be like to work with me at That will help you decide if we might be a good fit.
(612) 217-2183
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Larry G. Tucker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Larry is the owner and co-founder of Kente Circle. He identifies himself as a relational therapist and believes that isolation is a major cause of mental illness and the cure for this disease lies within relationships. Larry enjoys helping individuals, couples and families navigate life's challenges. He believes that everyone has strength that can aid them at their lowest moments in life. His approach is grounded in focusing on each person's strengths.
(612) 208-9646
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409
Marnette R. Doyle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I work within the context of a collaborative, therapeutic relationship to help individuals develop a deeper understanding of their lives. I believe it is through in-depth therapy that people can learn to tolerate difficult feelings, develop a sense of inner calm, find insight into life-long patterns, and increase general satisfaction and creativity in their lives.
(651) 968-3212
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
Justine Mastin, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, MA, LAMFT, LADC, E-RYT
“"Are all people like this?" "Like what?" "So much bigger on the inside." - Neil Gaiman. People are so much bigger than what they present to the world. In my practice, I strive to get to know the authentic you. I welcome individuals, couples and families, and am especially committed to serving the geek community, and anyone who considers themselves outside of the mainstream. My style is casual and relaxed, yet challenging. I believe that the bond between therapist and client is more important than any theoretical/philosophical stance. That said, I take a holistic approach to therapy.
(612) 260-7559
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Kellie Kamm  in Minneapolis
“I am a strengths-based practitioner who works collaboratively with individuals, couples, and families in creating a stronger connection to one's self and each other. I am passionate about authentic relationships and how they foster personal and relational healing and growth. My approach to therapy is from a system's perspective which values each person's voice. In addition, my approach is humanistic and experiential in nature. I believe in the development of self-awareness and how this can promote personal well-being and successful relationships. I also have a Master of Arts in Theology.
(651) 504-3698
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
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.
(651) 964-0957
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
John Ostby, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT
“Feeling confused about how to best help your child overcome his or her emotional or behavioral challenges? Is your child struggling socially or academically in school? Would you and your family benefit from the support and assistance of a therapist and parenting coach?
(651) 419-3874
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
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 or follow us on Twitter @ACP_MN
(612) 294-0631
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Jen Rives Therapy & Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
“Are you having trouble holding onto yourself while in a relationship? In the middle of some difficult changes? Struggling with depression and anxiety? As an individual, are you experiencing some of the following: difficulties creating boundaries and standing up for yourself? Low self esteem? Confusion? As a couple, are your experiencing conflict, misunderstanding, or feel that you're growing apart and need some support? Life and relationships can sometimes be painful. However, life's pain can be a CATALYST for positive growth and empowerment! Whether you are looking for individual or couples counseling, together we will garner insight, process emotions, and practice new behaviors.
(612) 360-2485
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409
Mark Teresa, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MArch, LPC, MFT
“I consider it an honor and a privilege to work with you in therapy. I value a strong therapeutic relationship grounded in trust and compassion. I am down to earth, warm and direct. I strive to relieve your suffering, increase your awareness and improve your vitality. I hope our work together improves your relationships with yourself, others and your work. I have advanced training in psychoanalysis, Jungian depth psychology and mindfulness practices. I also have advanced training in art and architecture and have practiced and taught in these fields for many years.
(612) 223-6508
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55413
Vanessa Rempel, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“In my therapy practice I work with clients to develop the skills they need to more effectively manage challenging emotions and thought processes, identify relational patterns that may be causing pain and disappointment and focus on themes of freedom, responsibility, self-acceptance and living a life congruent with one's core values. At the heart of my work is a desire to support my clients in their journey toward becoming more resilient people. People who are able to face life's challenges with courage, hope and an enhanced capacity for joy, contentment and an appreciation for the beauty of life.
(763) 600-7496
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
Kelly Blondell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Life is often filled with challenges that affect each of us in different ways. I believe that how we approach and overcome those challenges, help to shape us and influence our future outcomes. Through my experience in a variety of settings, I have discovered that building a supportive relationship can create a safe place to explore life struggles, understand difficult issues, learn new skills, develop relationships, and work through life transitions. As a therapist, I believe that all change provides an opportunity for growth.
(612) 260-8771
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Cathy Johnston, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“It's always possible to understand problems and challenges in new ways that open you up to building a healthier and more fulfilling life. If you feel frustrated or overwhelmed by issues, we'll work together to help you find grounded, positive approaches to shift your current situation. My style is warm, realistic and genuine, tempered with humor and life experience. I work with adolescent and adult individuals, couples and families. I specialize in marriage and couples counseling, treating anxiety, depression, ADHD, substance abuse and addiction, anger issues, sexual overactivity or lack of desire, parenting concerns, self esteem and trauma issues.
(612) 770-1799
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Joanne Garlich, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“Are you your own worst critic? Are you often down on yourself and struggling to feel confident or worthwhile? Is your stress, anxiety or depression impacting your relationships, work or health? I can help. My calm, caring and non-judgmental approach to individual therapy creates a safe environment for you to feel heard and validated. You will learn practical tools right away to help you regain balance and reclaim the joy in your life.
(651) 829-6291
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
I Am Me, LLC., Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
“I am a Certified* EMDR Therapist, experienced in treating clients with PTSD (Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Disorder), Anxiety and Mood Disorders. I help clients who have experienced sexual and/or physical abuse/trauma by providing EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapy, an evidence-based psychotherapy for PTSD.*Certification in EMDR requires completing training and supervised practice in accordance with EMDRIA guidelines . Please go to for more details on the requirements for EMDR Certification.
(763) 280-5727
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401
Nancy J Arikian, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“During times of transition and stress, we may experience anxiety, depressed mood, and feelings of being overwhelmed. Sometimes we experience worsened physical symptoms such as pain, stomach upset or difficulty sleeping. I provide the opportunity to explore alternatives in managing life's problems, find and build on your inner strengths, and learn new skills that may help you both professionally and personally. I believe that to heal, we must care for mind, body, and spirit.
(612) 354-8114
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
“I specialize in forensic (legal) evaluations. I most often work with individuals involved in some aspect of the legal system. I have broad-based experience in competency and diminished capacity evaluations, assessment of mentally ill and dangerous persons, and violence risk assessment. Most of my referrals come from attorneys, though I encourage potential clients to contact me to discuss my services. My fees are based on the specific aspects of the referral and are considered quite reasonable.
(612) 568-5958
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55419
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