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Therapists in Minneapolis

Michael Kinzer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, JD, MA, LMFT
“I regularly help individuals, couples and families make changes they never thought possible. My style tends to be more proactive, but without judgment and depending on the clients needs. I ask questions and make frequent observations to help clients (1) increase self-awareness and become more comfortable with themselves and their feelings, (2) to make better choices, (3) toward greater satisfaction in their lives and relationships. My unique history helps me understand and relate to the many struggles clients face. For more information about me and my style of therapy, please visit my website:
(612) 234-5976
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
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.
(612) 518-7300
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
“All counseling I do is related to work and career issues. You may be thinking about a different career, trying to figure out a major in college, considering re-entering the job market after an absence, questioning what's next after graduating, or are unhappy with your current work situation. We explore characteristics such as values, interests, and motivators through counseling sessions, assessments and exercises. It's a very active process with the goal of discovering what best suits you, keeping in mind the realities of the job market and individual needs.
(612) 223-7657
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Renee Divine, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT
“Feeling overwhelmed, not understood, or just need to make a change and not sure where to start? Sometimes we need help to navigate through stressors and transitions. I like to think of my work as a "recharge" of sorts by giving clients the time and space to think, reflect, and say what's really on their mind. We'll explore patterns that are preventing you from living to your true potential and how you can change them.
(612) 294-7685
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Laura R Barbeau, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I specialize in couples therapy, using Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). I really enjoy working with couples who are finding it hard to stay connected through life's transitions; new parents, teens, work changes, adjusting to an empty nest, etc.
(612) 351-6640
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
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.
(612) 223-6458
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
Susan E Boyer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC, CEAP
“I enjoy working with adult clients (individuals, couples or partners), dealing with relationship/intimacy issues; grief or loss; the effect of addiction in the family; depression and/or anxiety; crisis; work related issues; health problems; experiencing separation, searching, or reunion with a biological relative. I work with clients on a short or long-term basis, focusing on gaining skills to cope with present day issues and enhance relationships; processing grief and loss; and using insight oriented therapy to assist in personal and spiritual growth. I use various techniques, including interactive guided imagery, to find solutions that work best for the client.
(952) 373-0498
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55435
Guy Strauss, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I work to build a respectful, trusting environment where clients feel confident and safe discussing their issues. The therapeutic relationship itself--how well the therapist and client relate--is the single most important predictor of successful therapy. Therefore, I am especially mindful of building this relationship by listening carefully to each client's unique needs and goals, and involving clients in decisions about their therapy. This helps clients feel more confident and empowered as they move toward change. I have discovered that many people find this approach to therapy enjoyable and fulfilling, even when their initial issues are very distressing.
(612) 568-3901
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
Derek Prowe, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“As a therapist for individuals and couples, I provide a safe setting to develop self-awareness and understanding, and to explore a wider range of emotions. In my view, people have an innate drive to heal and develop, and some wisdom about how to go about this. But there are obstacles, and becoming aware of and finding ways to handle these obstacles can be a complex, at times difficult process. You may have had past experience with therapy that does not seem to go deep enough. We work to understand the underlying issues that cause distress.
(612) 568-0468
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Timothy Bechtel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LICSW
“My goal as a therapist is to help people live their lives in accordance with their values and to help them achieve their goals. I work with people to understand their emotions and to foster successful relationships and successful lives. I have a special interest in psychological trauma and I am trained in EMDR and CPT, both of which are empirically validated treatments for PTSD. I am also a board member for the Minnesota Society for Clinical Social Work, and a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer from Guatemala. Additionally, I practice therapy in both English and Spanish.
(866) 663-3230 x701
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.
(612) 223-7284
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Tara Waldron, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“In my experience, a good fit between client and therapist coupled with a strong desire to change are the most salient factors in predicting success (the former is consistently validated by research). Establishing a safe atmosphere is also essential, and I work to create one with each client. My approach to therapy is supportive and strengths-based and combines mindfulness practices, humor, psychodynamic theory, narrative therapy, harm reduction strategies, and CBT.
(800) 336-5973
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Patricia Mosing, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I regard therapy as a joint process in which greater understanding of self and others is facilitated. Together, it is hoped that self-compassion is cultivated, self-responsibility is acknowledged, and options are explored.
(612) 999-1299
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
“A nurturing place to get support and work out issues . Shame and Childhood issues; family dynamics as an adult, anxiety/depression, grief and loss, fear of conflict, self esteem and body image issues. A safe place to discuss life patterns and to find the answers that fit who you are, and help you to make your life more functional and comfortable. A place of no judgement and of a welcoming to all and any spiritual path.
(612) 275-2653
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Gary R Perrin, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I conduct psychotherapy from a systems and relational standpoint, as I believe relationships hold the key to unlocking our personal problems. I strive to create a secure environment with which to explore each person's situation and to create a collaborating relationship with the patient. Together we work to understand how they got to where they are and how they may proceed differently. We examine their history, see how they cope with conflict and communicate their needs to others. We look to how they can come to feel more in charge of their life, feel more productive and happier.
(612) 568-7933
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
Molly Perry, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“As a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, my goal is to support you in making changes that give your life more joy and meaning. Whether you are dealing with infertility, adoption, depression, anxiety, or parenting struggles, I am here to support you and to help you identify patterns that are not working for you and help you to grow in the areas that we identify. I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
(612) 345-9503
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Lorrie Ogren, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“I offer an eclectic mix of Alternative Psychotherapies combining some of the newest discoveries in the field of neuroscience with Transpersonal Psychotherapy, body / mind coherence and an intuitive, compassionate, heart based approach. In essence, I help you to explore the subconscious basis for your issues. I believe that therapy is the courageous process of healing, self acceptance and learning to make conscious choices. I facilitate and honor your personal process of rediscovering your own innate wisdom and believe that the success of our work together depends largely on the level of trust and comfort we develop together.
(505) 903-5236
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Center for Counseling and Stress Management, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Many of us struggle with feelings of being stuck, confused, indecisive, depressed, lonely, anxious, frustrated or angry. Some may find it challenging to make life decisions or important choices. Others may be coping with chronic illnesses. Many are trying to deal with difficulties in relationships at home, work, or school; or wish to improve your self-concept. Dr. Numan's goal is to empower clients to attain a greater sense of well-being. Her dedication to providing a safe, accepting and understanding therapeutic relationship with her clients makes this attainable. Through Psychotherapy, you can gain new perspectives on your issues.
(612) 260-8411
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Carol Wichers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LICSW, LMFT
“People usually come to therapy with a longing to be more strongly connected to those they love and to themselves. In therapy, people begin to notice and deconstruct old patterns that unknowingly create barriers to intimacy. It is also an opportunity to make important decisions about one's purpose in life, to prioritize and clarify work, love, parenting and creativity. There is often unknown or unfinished grief or loss that complicates and confuses people. I believe everyone has the capacity to change, to create a more fulfilling life if there is willingness to be open and vulnerable with yourself.
(651) 321-2519
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
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.
(612) 246-3813
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
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