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Therapists in Minneapolis

Heller Landecker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe people carry the answers they seek inside them. Therapy provides a safe place to feel heard, to better listen to yourself, to find your truth and your voice. It can also be a place to practice expressing yourself in new ways; using the therapy relationship to break destructive or unhelpful communication patterns.
(612) 260-1510
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409
Heather Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LGSW
“So often in life we think the key to finding happiness exists in something outside of ourselves. We change jobs, partners, friends and cities only to find ourselves exactly as we were, living with the same problems and patterns, and ultimately in the same self-imposed prisons. As children, we intuitively develop adaptive solutions to maladaptive situations that enable us to protect our hearts and minds. Unbeknownst to our consciousness, these self-deceptions no longer protect us, but in fact compromise our capacity for growth.
(612) 223-7680
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
S. Margretta Dwyer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LP
“Semi-retired, mostly available for phone consultations. . Family and sexual issues are my primary expertise.(see certifications) I directed the sex offenders' treatment program at the University for 17 years and also treated other persons with various sexual issues at that time. . I focus on healthy sexuality.and try to help people troubled by their sexuality.
(612) 360-2616
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
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
Doug Perry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“"To exist is to change, to change is to mature, to mature is to go on creating oneself endlessly". The therapeutic relationship is a partnership between two people who endeavor to co-create change. I have helped clients examine a wide range of issues (relational conflict, workplace difficulties, eating disorders, body image distress, addictions, trauma, spirituality, gender identity, aging, grief and loss, and sexual orientation). We will work together to alleviate your most pressing problems as well as develop a fuller understanding of the underlying issues that keep you stuck in emotional patterns that limit your capacity to enjoy the quality of life you desire.
(612) 294-7684
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Mary Zwack, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LADC
“If you are reading this, chances are you are in some pain and are reaching out for some help. Taking the next step to schedule an appointment and discuss your life challenges can be daunting. I want to encourage you to do just that. You don't have to struggle alone.
(651) 968-2480
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
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 55418
Laura J. Niewald, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I believe in the power of synergy! Collaborating together on your concerns, increases the potential for change. You are the expert of you and I am a facilitator of change. Together, we will work on an approach for moving through areas in your life where you feel stuck. Anxiety, depression, low self esteem or relationship challenges need a pro-active perspective. Identifying, eradicating and replacing your sources of pain with mindfulness and intentional balance will bring more joy into your life.
(612) 293-0150
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55410
Amy DiGennaro,   in Minneapolis
“I am an artist and therapist who helps people create the lives they want to live using art and creative expression in therapeutic and educational ways. I help people develop meaningful relationships with their problems in order to transform difficulties into creative projects that move them towards preferred ways of living and being. I am passionate about co-creating a world of possibilities and positive growth to foster well-being. My work honors people's knowledge and perspectives and seeks to connect them with the things they give value to and treasure.
(612) 294-9744
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Marya Samuelson, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“My goal as your therapist is first and most importantly to get to know you. I am also open to you getting to know me so that you can feel understood and safe with me. I work best with people who are ready to look more deeply into what is causing their distress. I have a special interest in adjustment phases which can include marriages that have gone flat, parenting shifts and even family of origin or work changes. Together we find what you are repeating so that you can find better ways to adjust.
(952) 236-1566
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Chad Bolstrom, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“Do you feel like you have limited choices and options in your life? Have you lost your balance? In my work, I have the privilege to help others explore the choices obscured to them that are often close at hand. Through a combination of talk and experiential approach we will work through multiple dimensions of mind-body to rediscover the well-being innate within you.
(612) 223-7460
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Mary Conner, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Do you feel like a stranger in a strange land, lost and confused? You don't need to go it alone. I specialize in providing culturally appropriate psychological and cognitive assessments and psychotherapy. I believe I have two jobs, first to listen, really listen with wisdom and compassion to my clients to find out what is going on, what is causing the struggles, what can be done to address the problems and what are my client's core strengths. My second job is helping my clients once again experience those core strengths.
(612) 326-5726
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55454
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
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
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
Karen Willette, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I provide psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to adults to help them recover their emotional and psychological well being. Psychotherapy and analysis provide the opportunity for a significant and steady change in a persons feelings, thoughts and experience in the world.
(612) 294-8207
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 am use to "patching up" clients so they can continue with their mission but I will work with clients to heal and improve to the degree desired by the client. I am sensitive, honest, and direct with my clients. I also love working with relationships and helping couples with their struggles. I have worked extensively with law enforcement officers or the families of officers since 2001. I retired from law enforcement myself in 2014 working half of my career on the street and the other half counseling mostly that population.
(952) 373-8423
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Walk Talk Therapy, LLC Tammie Rosenbloom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
“Walk Talk Therapy is just like it sounds-we are outdoors walking side by side during therapy instead of sitting inside an office. Walk Talk Therapy is a more relaxed environment than the counseling office. Walking while sharing your struggles and life situations can also be meditative. Research has consistently shown that exercise can significantly impact anxiety and stress while improving overall mood. I work with teens, adults, couples and families. If your feeling stuck and disconnected from others, you have trouble sitting still or you want a new perspective, I welcome your email or phone call.
(612) 260-4827
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Marilyn C M Erickson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MPH, LICSW
“Sometimes we just need someone to talk to - someone with whom we can share our thoughts & concerns. Within our sessions you will have a safe & supportive opportunity to tell your story. Then, we can identify & work towards the goals & solutions which will give you the skills & confidence needed to move through the challenges life presents.
(612) 281-9420
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Carolyn G Halliday, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Experienced, warm, competent therapist with over 25 years of working with individuals, couples, and groups. Discover inner awareness, insight, action and change. Although directive in my approach, I believe each person holds the key to their healing. Much work in therapy involves the interplay of core emotional beliefs, usually learned early in life, with current problems or behavior. Couples work usually focuses on building emotional connection, negotiating daily differences, and understanding how core issues may have an impact on interpersonal dynamics. I love working with both individuals and couples.
(651) 456-8421
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
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