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"Beginning counseling for the first time can be frightening. The journey to emotional health takes courage. Sometimes you don't realize your own strength until you come face to face with your greatest challenges. Owning our own story and loving ourselves through that process is one of the bravest things that you will ever do. Your courageous journey in counseling is a way to reach personal goals, reduce suffering, and get more joy out of life. We have an unlimited capacity to heal ourselves, despite the pain we've suffered."
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"Beginning counseling for the first time can be frightening. The journey to emotional health takes courage. Sometimes you don't realize your own strength until you come face to face with your greatest challenges. Owning our own story and loving ourselves through that process is one of the bravest things that you will ever do. Your courageous journey in counseling is a way to reach personal goals, reduce suffering, and get more joy out of life. We have an unlimited capacity to heal ourselves, despite the pain we've suffered."
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"**Email inquiry preferred. Currently offering video sessions.** You may be hoping to improve relationships in your life, be better able to deal with depression or anxiety, or free yourself from effects of trauma. Whatever your issues are, I provide a compassionate, non-judgmental, and safe space for you to explore your thoughts, feelings, and experiences so you feel empowered to heal and move forward with your life. "
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"**Email inquiry preferred. Currently offering video sessions.** You may be hoping to improve relationships in your life, be better able to deal with depression or anxiety, or free yourself from effects of trauma. Whatever your issues are, I provide a compassionate, non-judgmental, and safe space for you to explore your thoughts, feelings, and experiences so you feel empowered to heal and move forward with your life. "
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"I believe in the healing power of authentic relationships, and I bring compassion, creativity, and curiosity to my work with children, teens, and adults. If you or your child is struggling or stuck, we can work together to create a path back to well-being. I see my role as a guide and collaborator, shining a light in the darkness and holding a safe space for healing. My approach is strengths-based, holistic, and person-centered, grounded in radical acceptance and social justice. I enjoy helping people of all ages, abilities, and identities use creative expression to increase well-being."
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"I believe in the healing power of authentic relationships, and I bring compassion, creativity, and curiosity to my work with children, teens, and adults. If you or your child is struggling or stuck, we can work together to create a path back to well-being. I see my role as a guide and collaborator, shining a light in the darkness and holding a safe space for healing. My approach is strengths-based, holistic, and person-centered, grounded in radical acceptance and social justice. I enjoy helping people of all ages, abilities, and identities use creative expression to increase well-being."
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"When life gets hard, we can find ourselves on autopilot, feeling alone while straining for connection, looking for someone we can trust. As a counselor and as a human, I passionately pursue these connections and help others achieve them as well. With curiosity and understanding, we can work together, reflecting and connecting to find a sense of meaning. Working toward this sense of meaning builds trust; building this trust helps us find hope."
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"When life gets hard, we can find ourselves on autopilot, feeling alone while straining for connection, looking for someone we can trust. As a counselor and as a human, I passionately pursue these connections and help others achieve them as well. With curiosity and understanding, we can work together, reflecting and connecting to find a sense of meaning. Working toward this sense of meaning builds trust; building this trust helps us find hope."
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"I am here to provide hopeful, strength based therapy during times of transition. This practice is based on trust and understanding and recognizes that every individual and family is unique. Therapy is a partnership with you and your path in discovering resilience during difficult life experiences. Clients will find a safe place to create a plan for healing and growth.I've had the privilege to work with individuals, couples, families and groups since 1999. I've had a book published, This Thing Called Grief: New Understandings of Loss. It can be found in most libraries, amazon.com and local book stores."
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"I am here to provide hopeful, strength based therapy during times of transition. This practice is based on trust and understanding and recognizes that every individual and family is unique. Therapy is a partnership with you and your path in discovering resilience during difficult life experiences. Clients will find a safe place to create a plan for healing and growth.I've had the privilege to work with individuals, couples, families and groups since 1999. I've had a book published, This Thing Called Grief: New Understandings of Loss. It can be found in most libraries, amazon.com and local book stores."
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"Most of us are waking up every morning, turning towards our chosen sources of news, and trying to make sense of where we’re at. And every day brings more questions, changes from the day before, a sense of feeling lost. The human brain has a difficult time feeling lost. It wants to fill in the space between what we know and what we want to know. That space often comes with fear, anxiety, panic, isolation."
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"Most of us are waking up every morning, turning towards our chosen sources of news, and trying to make sense of where we’re at. And every day brings more questions, changes from the day before, a sense of feeling lost. The human brain has a difficult time feeling lost. It wants to fill in the space between what we know and what we want to know. That space often comes with fear, anxiety, panic, isolation."
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"Hi, I'm Adam. Therapist shopping can be difficult! Some general info about me: I have a psychodynamic orientation (which means I believe that the relationship between the therapist and you is an important part of the process). My work is informed by buddhist ideas (i.e., most suffering comes from attachment to something). I like to use humor and poetry in therapy. In the end, I believe we need to feel some sense of connection with the person we are working with, so I encourage you to "shop" until you find the person who feels right to you."
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"Hi, I'm Adam. Therapist shopping can be difficult! Some general info about me: I have a psychodynamic orientation (which means I believe that the relationship between the therapist and you is an important part of the process). My work is informed by buddhist ideas (i.e., most suffering comes from attachment to something). I like to use humor and poetry in therapy. In the end, I believe we need to feel some sense of connection with the person we are working with, so I encourage you to "shop" until you find the person who feels right to you."
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"CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS! I believe that therapy starts with building a relationship of trust and understanding. I believe in empowering an individual to take ownership of their life and will walk by their side to help them gain the confidence and understanding of how to do just that. My approach is client-centered and compassionate. I use a strength-based and goal-orientated model with direct communication. I have gained extensive knowledge and experience working with individuals with various addictions, trauma, abuse, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, criminal thinking/law involvement, and LGBTQ+ concerns."
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"CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS! I believe that therapy starts with building a relationship of trust and understanding. I believe in empowering an individual to take ownership of their life and will walk by their side to help them gain the confidence and understanding of how to do just that. My approach is client-centered and compassionate. I use a strength-based and goal-orientated model with direct communication. I have gained extensive knowledge and experience working with individuals with various addictions, trauma, abuse, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, criminal thinking/law involvement, and LGBTQ+ concerns."
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"CURRENTLY FULL AND NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. You feel stuck and want those nagging thoughts or difficult feelings to stop getting in your way. You find yourself thinking, "I should be able to handle this better...be over this now...just let it go and be happy." Maybe you're reacting to people, situations, or emotions in a way that surprises you, feels uncomfortable, or is impacting relationships. Perhaps motherhood hasn't been what you expected, whether you're a new mom, veteran mom, or mom-to-be; you worry you're not the mom you want to be. You feel alone, unseen, or misunderstood."
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"CURRENTLY FULL AND NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. You feel stuck and want those nagging thoughts or difficult feelings to stop getting in your way. You find yourself thinking, "I should be able to handle this better...be over this now...just let it go and be happy." Maybe you're reacting to people, situations, or emotions in a way that surprises you, feels uncomfortable, or is impacting relationships. Perhaps motherhood hasn't been what you expected, whether you're a new mom, veteran mom, or mom-to-be; you worry you're not the mom you want to be. You feel alone, unseen, or misunderstood."
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"When you are feeling overwhelmed but aren't sure how things can change, I can help. When you find that you keep making the same mistakes, doing things you promised yourself you would stop, I can help. Behavior changes are more than just applying logic to your situation. If it was only logic, you would have figured it out by now. I focus on how the brain processes experiences. I can provide the space to sort things out and finally make sense of those old patterns."
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"When you are feeling overwhelmed but aren't sure how things can change, I can help. When you find that you keep making the same mistakes, doing things you promised yourself you would stop, I can help. Behavior changes are more than just applying logic to your situation. If it was only logic, you would have figured it out by now. I focus on how the brain processes experiences. I can provide the space to sort things out and finally make sense of those old patterns."
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"If you are wondering why your child is struggling in school, neuropsychological evaluation can be helpful in determining the cause of the struggle, clarifying whether a diagnosis is appropriate, and creating a thorough recommendation plan that will help him/her enjoy school more. Whether your child has difficulty with reading/spelling, math, or attention, a neuropsychological assessment helps to clarify diagnosis and make recommendations. At Minnesota Neuropsychology, we are dedicated to providing meaningful neuropsychological evaluations to address your specific questions. "
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"If you are wondering why your child is struggling in school, neuropsychological evaluation can be helpful in determining the cause of the struggle, clarifying whether a diagnosis is appropriate, and creating a thorough recommendation plan that will help him/her enjoy school more. Whether your child has difficulty with reading/spelling, math, or attention, a neuropsychological assessment helps to clarify diagnosis and make recommendations. At Minnesota Neuropsychology, we are dedicated to providing meaningful neuropsychological evaluations to address your specific questions. "
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"A trusting therapeutic relationship is the beginning of positive change. With time and effort, you can begin to look at concerns and feelings like shame, loneliness, anger, fear, and sadness that may have brought you to therapy in the first place. The theories I use to guide my practice are cognitive behavioral theory and attachment theory. Awareness of thoughts and feelings makes positive behavioral changes possible. Developing a trusting therapeutic relationship leads to opportunities to grow while strengthening your relationships and your sense of self. I look forward to beginning this exciting and fulfilling work with you!"
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"A trusting therapeutic relationship is the beginning of positive change. With time and effort, you can begin to look at concerns and feelings like shame, loneliness, anger, fear, and sadness that may have brought you to therapy in the first place. The theories I use to guide my practice are cognitive behavioral theory and attachment theory. Awareness of thoughts and feelings makes positive behavioral changes possible. Developing a trusting therapeutic relationship leads to opportunities to grow while strengthening your relationships and your sense of self. I look forward to beginning this exciting and fulfilling work with you!"
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"Not currently accepting new clients. Thanks for visiting my profile, are you struggling with anxiety, depression, or memories of painful experiences? I would welcome the opportunity to help you resolve these issues! I am an Independent Clinical Social Worker practicing in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. For the past 9 years I've been providing individual therapy for adults coping with depression, anxiety, gender dysphoria, LGBT issues, drug and alcohol issues and PTSD. "
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"Not currently accepting new clients. Thanks for visiting my profile, are you struggling with anxiety, depression, or memories of painful experiences? I would welcome the opportunity to help you resolve these issues! I am an Independent Clinical Social Worker practicing in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. For the past 9 years I've been providing individual therapy for adults coping with depression, anxiety, gender dysphoria, LGBT issues, drug and alcohol issues and PTSD. "
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"Feeling like it’s been one of those days where nothing goes right- but you keep having those days over and over again? Feeling like you could be in a room full of people and still feel completely alone? Struggling with concentration to get through your work day or even motivation to get out of bed? Perhaps recently a friend has told you talking to someone might help or you have even thought to yourself “maybe life doesn’t have to be so hard”. Whatever your reason for beginning this process, I applaud you on taking this step to find a therapist that is right for you and would love to chat more about how I may be able to support you."
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"Feeling like it’s been one of those days where nothing goes right- but you keep having those days over and over again? Feeling like you could be in a room full of people and still feel completely alone? Struggling with concentration to get through your work day or even motivation to get out of bed? Perhaps recently a friend has told you talking to someone might help or you have even thought to yourself “maybe life doesn’t have to be so hard”. Whatever your reason for beginning this process, I applaud you on taking this step to find a therapist that is right for you and would love to chat more about how I may be able to support you."
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"My office is a warm and comforting place for you to tell your story, deal with life's stressors, treat depression and anxiety, work on healthy relationships, or heal old wounds. I provide a more holistic perspective in my appraoch to therapy, looking at the total needs you might have to best help you to heal and grow. It is very important to me that you feel heard and well cared for in your therapy process. We will work together to help you to make changes and to feel stronger."
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"My office is a warm and comforting place for you to tell your story, deal with life's stressors, treat depression and anxiety, work on healthy relationships, or heal old wounds. I provide a more holistic perspective in my appraoch to therapy, looking at the total needs you might have to best help you to heal and grow. It is very important to me that you feel heard and well cared for in your therapy process. We will work together to help you to make changes and to feel stronger."
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"I offer my clients a compassionate, creative, and collaborative approach in their healing work. I use psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and integrative therapies encouraging my clients to find meaning in their life's journey and struggles as well as find new ways to care for the self. Although I am a generalist when it comes to working with a variety of diverse clients and issues, I also believe strongly in the mind/body connection and help my clients find ways to reconnect and find balance in their lives. This is especially helpful when dealing with grief, relationship issues, life transitions, or trauma."
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"I offer my clients a compassionate, creative, and collaborative approach in their healing work. I use psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and integrative therapies encouraging my clients to find meaning in their life's journey and struggles as well as find new ways to care for the self. Although I am a generalist when it comes to working with a variety of diverse clients and issues, I also believe strongly in the mind/body connection and help my clients find ways to reconnect and find balance in their lives. This is especially helpful when dealing with grief, relationship issues, life transitions, or trauma."
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"If you are feeling stuck or worried about a loved one who is experiencing a behavioral health issue such as addiction, alcoholism, communication or relationship problems, I am here to help. I see individuals, couples and families who are in the midst of a relationship crisis, substance use disorder, mental health issues, parenting conflicts, "failure to launch" young adults and other issues that affect many families today. My approach is family systems based and my focus is to help the entire system heal. Whether it is a collaborative intervention or weekly therapy, I help provide the foundation and insight for long term change."
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"If you are feeling stuck or worried about a loved one who is experiencing a behavioral health issue such as addiction, alcoholism, communication or relationship problems, I am here to help. I see individuals, couples and families who are in the midst of a relationship crisis, substance use disorder, mental health issues, parenting conflicts, "failure to launch" young adults and other issues that affect many families today. My approach is family systems based and my focus is to help the entire system heal. Whether it is a collaborative intervention or weekly therapy, I help provide the foundation and insight for long term change."
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"I work with individuals, couples and families of all ages and backgrounds who have found themselves needing guidance due to difficult experiences. In those moments, it can be hard to remember what your most cherished values and priorities are in life and to continue to work towards them. I hope to partner with folks who are motivated to rediscover what is important to them and take action towards their goals."
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"I work with individuals, couples and families of all ages and backgrounds who have found themselves needing guidance due to difficult experiences. In those moments, it can be hard to remember what your most cherished values and priorities are in life and to continue to work towards them. I hope to partner with folks who are motivated to rediscover what is important to them and take action towards their goals."
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"My practice is focused on creating / re building healthy, meaningful relationships and connection. I understand that sometimes life gets in the way of our most important connections and I believe that through these difficult times we have the opportunity to rebuild and strengthen those connections. I specialize in couples therapy, relationship with self, substance abuse, trauma, life after baby and wellness. My therapy style is collaborative, direct, and genuine; I enjoy laughter and use humor often in my sessions. My treatment modality is attachment based, trauma informed, and culturally sensitive. "
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"My practice is focused on creating / re building healthy, meaningful relationships and connection. I understand that sometimes life gets in the way of our most important connections and I believe that through these difficult times we have the opportunity to rebuild and strengthen those connections. I specialize in couples therapy, relationship with self, substance abuse, trauma, life after baby and wellness. My therapy style is collaborative, direct, and genuine; I enjoy laughter and use humor often in my sessions. My treatment modality is attachment based, trauma informed, and culturally sensitive. "
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"*I am currently accepting new clients* I work alongside people who are navigating the ups and downs of life, seeking healing from loss as well as traumatic experiences, and finding freedom in the recovery of their mental health. I believe therapy can be one of many powerful tools that allows us to integrate with our authentic self, reclaim our story, connect in a new or meaningful way, and experience a life worth living. "
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"*I am currently accepting new clients* I work alongside people who are navigating the ups and downs of life, seeking healing from loss as well as traumatic experiences, and finding freedom in the recovery of their mental health. I believe therapy can be one of many powerful tools that allows us to integrate with our authentic self, reclaim our story, connect in a new or meaningful way, and experience a life worth living. "

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