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Therapists in Minneapolis

Bri Dunbar, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT, RYT
“I provide traditional talk therapy and/or yoga-psychotherapy with individuals, couples, and families to address a variety of mental health concerns such as managing anxiety, working through depression, body image issues, life stage transitions, adjusting to change, developing life skills, stress management, processing grief, self-esteem and identity development, relationship concerns, and handling family conflict and parenting issues. I approach therapeutic healing from an integrative perspective, utilizing traditional psychological theories and interventions along mindfullness based practices that acknowledge the mind-body connection throughout the process. This allows for the building of a holistic path to health and healing.
(612) 260-9244
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55417
Peter W Grant, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Serious help for serious problems. See my website at
(612) 339-1463
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
Kristen Ryan, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Understanding the self is the first step toward change. Through compassion, reflection and skill development one has the opportunity to remove obstacles in the form of beliefs, mobilize one's inner resources, reduce suffering and create a more meaningful life. I have worked with adults who have survived trauma/abuse, struggled with problems in mood and thought and experienced self-worth injuries.
(612) 564-4185 x1
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Maris Gilbert, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a specialty in infant and early childhood mental health. I have 15 years experience working with individual adults, children ages 0-6 and the adults who care for them, and with school age children. I use art therapy, play therapy and family therapy to support healing and growth addressing issues including emotional regulation, developmental concerns, depression, anxiety,anger,parenting, attachment,divorce, trauma, domestic violence, out of home placement and adoption.
(612) 360-2486
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Joan Sacks Lentz, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I work with people who have symptoms, such as depression and anxiety, and with people who feel as though they are not moving forward in life in the ways they had hoped. They may feel frustrated that they are not finding satisfying relationships or the gratifying career that they had always thought they would.
(612) 360-2494
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
Patrick Rhinehardt Perry, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“Would you like to work on relationship problems, chemical dependence issues, improve your self-esteem, manage stress or depression more effectively? I enjoy working with individuals and couples who are committed to improving their life situations . We work together to make desired changes that are present focused and applicable in current life situations. This insures that desired changes are workable for an individual's needs. I provide an atmosphere of respect and trust where one can explore new ideas and techniques. I want my clients to feel better when they leave the office than when they arrived.
(612) 345-9605
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
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
Leslie Root, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT, Couples, Coach, EMDR
“Sick and tired of being sick and tired? Feeling like your life and relationships are stuck? I want you to know change is possible. Through our work together, we will discover the reasons you continue to struggle, and map out a path to personal recovery. My desire is to help you, your partner, and your family, grow closer, and experience the love, and intimacy that is available to you. The secret to happiness is inside of you, just waiting to be acknowledged. Let me help you embrace emotional freedom by giving you the tools for success in love and life!
(651) 356-8476
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55419
Catherine Finnegan, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“Hi, I enjoy working with people in transition, conflict and ambivalence. I have experience with professionals in demanding careers, older adults, people in ambivalence regarding their marriages, relationships or their careers, working moms, siblings and parents of people with disabilities, people coping with the stress of being involved in the litigation system and people struggling with addictions to substances and behaviors, anxiety, depression, panic disorder, PTSD, ADD, anger management, assertiveness, workplace difficulties, parenting issues and self confidence building.
(612) 235-4558 x326
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Steven Wickelgren, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My approach is solution focused and client centered. I work to end the therapeutic relationship as soon as possible meaning my goal is to reach the clients expectations in as few sessions as possible. I am sensitive, honest, and direct with my clients. I also love working with relationships and helping couples with their struggles. I have worked mainly with emergency responders or their families since 2001.
(952) 373-8423
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Kate Rickord, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“In today's world, many of us feel bombarded by increasing demands, fewer resources and interactions that leave us feeling unfulfilled. The pressures placed upon us by society and ourselves can become a heavy burden to carry alone. I provide a relationship and place of understanding, respect and learning to help you better manage your feelings and thoughts. When working with adults, my approach is to explore together the areas in life that feel stuck, hopeless or painful and gain understanding how to move in a direction that is more fulfilling and helpful.
(612) 326-4553
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Jan Search, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Working together toward change, I place importance of the relationship with you in the therapy and emphasize getting to know you as an individual. We work toward your goals by exploring, not just your behavior, but the underlying feelings and thoughts which get in the way of your ability to make the changes you desire.
(651) 760-8037
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Katrin Christensen-Cowan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, CYT
“Do you feel stuck in a frustrating pattern, despite your best efforts to change? Do you feel like no matter how hard you work and how much you achieve, you are always one step behind or one step away from a potential disaster? Maybe you struggle in relationships and feel like you're missing out on the closeness and satisfaction that other people seem to find in friendships and dating. You don't have to continue to struggle alone or to accept living a half-life.
(612) 326-5809
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Jane A Legwold, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, APRN, LMFT
“Here are 3 things I want you to know if we are to work together: 1) I care about my clients. In my 20 years I've seen a lot & with your inherent strengths & wisdom & my experience, we can deal with whatever you bring. 2) Our sessions will be about change. What we talk about will have a purpose. We will explore where you learned beliefs about yourself, patterns of behavior and ways you do relationships that impact the issues holding you back. We will also develop a vision for change and work together to get you there.
(952) 373-0459
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Patricia Brenneman, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“My priority as a therapist is to create a safe space for you. When any of us seeks out therapy, we are likely suffering. To suffer is to be in a very tender place, and I want to honor that. Whether your suffering comes from early childhood trauma, more recent losses, a new health diagnosis, being new to recovery, relationship problems, sexual identity or gender concerns, adjustment to big changes in your life...I want you to feel safe and companioned as you move toward tending those places of wounding and toward healing.
(612) 260-7778
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Lyndsey Fraser, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Sputtering/creaky relationships? The "Love Mechanic" is here to assist! My goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. We will work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. Through a systemic approach we look at the relational contexts that influences the individual, couple, and family. This includes all aspects of life including internal and external influences such as family, community, and societal effects. Together we unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
(651) 433-6342
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55417
Elaine J Moore, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“As a licensed psychologist I have over 20 years working with couples, families, children, adolesents and individuals. I specialize in anxiety disorders, depression and trauma. I furthermore have extensive experience working with chronic illnesses including MS, Lupus, Fibromyalgia,, COPD, diabetes and Lyme's disease. I love working with couples, with complex issues, and working with individuals of diverse culural backgrounds. My work is client centered with a focus on the client's strengths and competencies in the world. My approach is creative and intuitive, with a strong foundation in scientific theory.
(612) 294-8370
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Joyce Lynne Juster, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Who of us does not wish to feel at ease, able to express our fullest self wherever we may find ourselves. The counseling process is an invitation to grow, to remember who we are, to gain ways to fully express our true self and our potential. You will find my style to be both supportive and collaborative, and the environment in which we meet to be warm and welcoming. My education and therapeutic training is in cognitive/behavioral, humanistic and transpersonal approaches.
(952) 314-5533
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55424
Andrea Hutchinson, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“It is heartbreaking to see your child or adolescent struggle with emotional distress, especially when you don't know what you can do or you have tried to help, but they continue to hurt. I also understand that it can be hard to seek out help and that it takes courage to take this first step. Please know that I will empathetically listen to your concerns and help you feel supported while helping your child. I am skillful at connecting with both children and adolescents, which is critical in earning their trust.
(612) 255-9177
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LICSW
“My approach with clients has been to provide an atmosphere of support, engagement and appropriate challenge. I am dedicated to improving relationships and the well-being of those I work with. For over 20 years I have joined with families, children, couples and adults to resolve conflicts and better manage difficulties. I work with each individual or family to build a clear plan for their own needs and situation.
(612) 354-8299
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55417
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