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I work collaboratively with diverse couples, families, and individuals, providing a safe and nurturing environment in which to resolve a wide variety of mental health issues, including relational and marital stress, divorce, parenting and co-parenting issues, anxiety, depression, and trauma from abuse and assault. I believe in the importance of relationships, take a strength-based approach, and am passionate about helping clients along the path they set for themselves.
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I work collaboratively with diverse couples, families, and individuals, providing a safe and nurturing environment in which to resolve a wide variety of mental health issues, including relational and marital stress, divorce, parenting and co-parenting issues, anxiety, depression, and trauma from abuse and assault. I believe in the importance of relationships, take a strength-based approach, and am passionate about helping clients along the path they set for themselves.
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Struggling to find balance in your life? Having difficulty quieting your mind? I can help! My approach to therapy is client centered and holistic, I will listen empathetically and address issues with openess and compassion. We will work together to identify the underlying patterns that may be keeping you stuck, and build new pathways to a future filled with potential and possibility! I am passionate about helping others build confidence and self-esteem, as well as guiding them toward a balance between mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health. It is my goal to assist you in finding ways to live more fully and vibrantly.
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Struggling to find balance in your life? Having difficulty quieting your mind? I can help! My approach to therapy is client centered and holistic, I will listen empathetically and address issues with openess and compassion. We will work together to identify the underlying patterns that may be keeping you stuck, and build new pathways to a future filled with potential and possibility! I am passionate about helping others build confidence and self-esteem, as well as guiding them toward a balance between mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health. It is my goal to assist you in finding ways to live more fully and vibrantly.
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Life can be challenging and stressful at times. Perhaps you struggle in your relationships, feel stuck in your life, or experience feelings of unhappiness, depression, or anxiety. Often our busy life prevents us from caring for ourselves. Psychotherapy is a space for you to understand your needs, address your concerns, and build self-compassion. In a safe and trusting relationship, we will identify your strengths and unearth your resiliency while working on your struggles. In therapy, I tailor my therapeutic approach to clients' needs and pay attention to their context (environment, spirituality, culture, and multiple identities).
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Life can be challenging and stressful at times. Perhaps you struggle in your relationships, feel stuck in your life, or experience feelings of unhappiness, depression, or anxiety. Often our busy life prevents us from caring for ourselves. Psychotherapy is a space for you to understand your needs, address your concerns, and build self-compassion. In a safe and trusting relationship, we will identify your strengths and unearth your resiliency while working on your struggles. In therapy, I tailor my therapeutic approach to clients' needs and pay attention to their context (environment, spirituality, culture, and multiple identities).
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I specialize in trauma focused EMDR, substance use issues, and the care and treatment of the LGBTQIA community including transgender folk. I have developed a practice serving this very vulnerable and under-served population including trans women of color. As a male to female transgender person and a mental health professional I provide culturally specific services to the LGBTQIA community. I am an expert in the care and treatment of people living with or at high risk for HIV. In addition, I work with youth and their families maintaining a family systems perspective meaning I involve the whole family when treating youth.
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I specialize in trauma focused EMDR, substance use issues, and the care and treatment of the LGBTQIA community including transgender folk. I have developed a practice serving this very vulnerable and under-served population including trans women of color. As a male to female transgender person and a mental health professional I provide culturally specific services to the LGBTQIA community. I am an expert in the care and treatment of people living with or at high risk for HIV. In addition, I work with youth and their families maintaining a family systems perspective meaning I involve the whole family when treating youth.
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I have devoted my career to addressing some of the most complex and difficult psychological issues. I do so by listening carefully and with empathy to a client and then tailoring a treatment program specific to improving his or her quality of life.
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I have devoted my career to addressing some of the most complex and difficult psychological issues. I do so by listening carefully and with empathy to a client and then tailoring a treatment program specific to improving his or her quality of life.
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Everyone at different points in life, and especially in 2020, experience difficult circumstances and issues that cause stress, anxiety, sadness, grief, anger, confusion, and other responses that impact the quality of our lives and relationships. My goal is to create a safe and accepting context for people to discuss their struggles and specific problems, identity coping skills and uni& heal from psychological, social, and spiritual injury. Please feel free to contact me if you are struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, recent loss or trauma, work-related issues, relationship problems, or spiritual abuse.
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Everyone at different points in life, and especially in 2020, experience difficult circumstances and issues that cause stress, anxiety, sadness, grief, anger, confusion, and other responses that impact the quality of our lives and relationships. My goal is to create a safe and accepting context for people to discuss their struggles and specific problems, identity coping skills and uni& heal from psychological, social, and spiritual injury. Please feel free to contact me if you are struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, recent loss or trauma, work-related issues, relationship problems, or spiritual abuse.
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I am a Master's Level Clinician with more than 20 years experience in Mental Health. I enjoy working with a variety of clients. I particularly enjoy providing services for: Children & Adolescents, Parenting Issues, Couples/Martial Therapy & Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (E.M.D.R.) therapy. If you are wanting more information re: the types of services which I provide, feel free to view my websites: victoriamentalhealth.com & davidhoy.com for my (2) offices in the Twin Cities area. Thank you for learning more about my services.
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I am a Master's Level Clinician with more than 20 years experience in Mental Health. I enjoy working with a variety of clients. I particularly enjoy providing services for: Children & Adolescents, Parenting Issues, Couples/Martial Therapy & Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (E.M.D.R.) therapy. If you are wanting more information re: the types of services which I provide, feel free to view my websites: victoriamentalhealth.com & davidhoy.com for my (2) offices in the Twin Cities area. Thank you for learning more about my services.
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I've been counseling men and couples for over 40 years. My specialties are men with compulsive/addictive sexual behaviors, unresolved childhood abuse/trauma/neglect, anxiety/depression, relationship problems and intimacy issues. I also do couple's therapy teaching and helping couples in good communication and conflict management and how to heal from infidelity. Cornerstone has 5 outpatient treatment groups for men with sexual addiction. We also have very skilled therapist who treat childhood trauma and neglect with very highly regarded therapeutic methods and approaches including EMDR, Sensorimotor and Pesso Psychomotor Therapy.
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I've been counseling men and couples for over 40 years. My specialties are men with compulsive/addictive sexual behaviors, unresolved childhood abuse/trauma/neglect, anxiety/depression, relationship problems and intimacy issues. I also do couple's therapy teaching and helping couples in good communication and conflict management and how to heal from infidelity. Cornerstone has 5 outpatient treatment groups for men with sexual addiction. We also have very skilled therapist who treat childhood trauma and neglect with very highly regarded therapeutic methods and approaches including EMDR, Sensorimotor and Pesso Psychomotor Therapy.
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Finding a new therapist takes courage and energy. I always keep this in mind when I meet a new client and I have a lot of respect for taking the first step. I will take your concerns seriously, will listen with an open mind and heart, and will join you in finding a way forward. Therapy can be a valuable investment and I am honored to support people in feeling better. I tend to work with older teens and adults of all ages, parents, and folks in helping and/or creative professions. I am also an affirming clinician for folks who are poly/consensually non-monogamous.
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Finding a new therapist takes courage and energy. I always keep this in mind when I meet a new client and I have a lot of respect for taking the first step. I will take your concerns seriously, will listen with an open mind and heart, and will join you in finding a way forward. Therapy can be a valuable investment and I am honored to support people in feeling better. I tend to work with older teens and adults of all ages, parents, and folks in helping and/or creative professions. I am also an affirming clinician for folks who are poly/consensually non-monogamous.
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Albert Einstein remarked, “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving”. At various times in our life we find ourselves challenged to do just that as we struggle to make it through the day. Using a strengths-based perspective, I will collaborate with you to understand and confront your unique challenges and empower you to find the inner strength and resources to facilitate positive healing change so you can keep moving forward. I firmly believe that while change is inevitable, being paralyzed by change is not and you have the power to construct your own unique pathway to optimal health and wellness.
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Albert Einstein remarked, “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving”. At various times in our life we find ourselves challenged to do just that as we struggle to make it through the day. Using a strengths-based perspective, I will collaborate with you to understand and confront your unique challenges and empower you to find the inner strength and resources to facilitate positive healing change so you can keep moving forward. I firmly believe that while change is inevitable, being paralyzed by change is not and you have the power to construct your own unique pathway to optimal health and wellness.
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Are you finding that in this very recent time of uncertainty, your anxiety or general mental health is struggling? The clinic is offering tele-therapy and in-office visits. Please check out our webpage for more info. drkristybrecke.com All of the psychologists and therapists have over 10 yrs of licensed practice. They either hold their Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy or Doctorate in Psychology. Clients tell us all the time how thankful they are that they found us because we make them feel comfortable, but also do a good job of challenging them to meet their goals.
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Are you finding that in this very recent time of uncertainty, your anxiety or general mental health is struggling? The clinic is offering tele-therapy and in-office visits. Please check out our webpage for more info. drkristybrecke.com All of the psychologists and therapists have over 10 yrs of licensed practice. They either hold their Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy or Doctorate in Psychology. Clients tell us all the time how thankful they are that they found us because we make them feel comfortable, but also do a good job of challenging them to meet their goals.
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Are you experiencing difficulty with personal or work life issues or relationships? Are you unsure about how to bring up issues at home or work to have a constructive discussion? Do you avoid issues hoping that they'll get better or go away? Do you repress your feelings about the "little" things then lose your "cool"? I develop trusting relationships with clients while working on these issues and others. I view the client and myself as a team focused on gaining insight and skills so the client can cope with present day issues and enhance relationships.
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Are you experiencing difficulty with personal or work life issues or relationships? Are you unsure about how to bring up issues at home or work to have a constructive discussion? Do you avoid issues hoping that they'll get better or go away? Do you repress your feelings about the "little" things then lose your "cool"? I develop trusting relationships with clients while working on these issues and others. I view the client and myself as a team focused on gaining insight and skills so the client can cope with present day issues and enhance relationships.
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I believe that the road to healing begins with a therapeutic relationship based on acceptance, trust, and unconditional positive regard. Using existential therapy and person centered approaches, I guide clients towards exploring strengths and values to help frame their thoughts, emotions, and experiences in a way that focuses on their proven resilience and empowers clients to live their most authentic lives. My greatest reward as a therapist is witnessing the courage and vulnerability clients demonstrate in taking steps to transform their lives by using healthy coping mechanisms, new forms of communication, and CBT techniques.
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I believe that the road to healing begins with a therapeutic relationship based on acceptance, trust, and unconditional positive regard. Using existential therapy and person centered approaches, I guide clients towards exploring strengths and values to help frame their thoughts, emotions, and experiences in a way that focuses on their proven resilience and empowers clients to live their most authentic lives. My greatest reward as a therapist is witnessing the courage and vulnerability clients demonstrate in taking steps to transform their lives by using healthy coping mechanisms, new forms of communication, and CBT techniques.
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I believe that people need a therapist who has the ability to understand their experience. Once a person has the experience of being understood, a foundation is established to work through more vulnerable and difficult material. It is this proces of establishing a safe and understanding experience and working through of material that allows the possibility of change and the realization of one's true self and potentials.
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I believe that people need a therapist who has the ability to understand their experience. Once a person has the experience of being understood, a foundation is established to work through more vulnerable and difficult material. It is this proces of establishing a safe and understanding experience and working through of material that allows the possibility of change and the realization of one's true self and potentials.
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There is hope after trauma. MEND Therapy is unique in the twin cities in that we are an in-house, all-inclusive collaboration of trauma-informed body workers and psychotherapists. The research is clear: trauma lives in the body, not just the mind. We utilize the cutting edge, most effective and always research-based methods for treating trauma. Because trauma is not just in your head and talk therapy isn't enough.
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There is hope after trauma. MEND Therapy is unique in the twin cities in that we are an in-house, all-inclusive collaboration of trauma-informed body workers and psychotherapists. The research is clear: trauma lives in the body, not just the mind. We utilize the cutting edge, most effective and always research-based methods for treating trauma. Because trauma is not just in your head and talk therapy isn't enough.
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If you're feeling alone in whatever you're struggling with, I'm here to help. I have compassion and vast life experience to help support and guide you through this. I provide a safe and accepting space, where your creative, intuitive self can find answers. Together, things won't seem so hard. Telehealth option is now available! In response to COVID-19, I am offering my regular services via telehealth. I will continue seeing clients in my office for regular in-person sessions, but if you need or want to meet virtually with me via telehealth instead, that is currently an option. Call or email me for more information.
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(612) 223-7495
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If you're feeling alone in whatever you're struggling with, I'm here to help. I have compassion and vast life experience to help support and guide you through this. I provide a safe and accepting space, where your creative, intuitive self can find answers. Together, things won't seem so hard. Telehealth option is now available! In response to COVID-19, I am offering my regular services via telehealth. I will continue seeing clients in my office for regular in-person sessions, but if you need or want to meet virtually with me via telehealth instead, that is currently an option. Call or email me for more information.
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I have over 40 years experience as a psychotherapist/Medical Hypnoanalyst. I am accepting, understanding and directed in treating problems. I have taught for various colleges in the Twin Cities area. I have been featured on most of the news stations for hypnoanesthesia. I am results oriented. I have several articles in peer review journals and have recently published a book called The Psychological Autopsy. I treat a wide variety of problems.
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I have over 40 years experience as a psychotherapist/Medical Hypnoanalyst. I am accepting, understanding and directed in treating problems. I have taught for various colleges in the Twin Cities area. I have been featured on most of the news stations for hypnoanesthesia. I am results oriented. I have several articles in peer review journals and have recently published a book called The Psychological Autopsy. I treat a wide variety of problems.
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I am dedicated to helping men, women, and couples discover paths to more fulfilling lives and relationships. My experiences have given me a very positive perspective on the ability of participants to achieve meaningful and lasting changes in their lives by exploring feelings, belief systems and behaviors. When we work together, we will discuss your goals for therapy, examine challenges you are working to overcome and determine actions for change that you can take. We will discuss how you can improve your relationships by practicing rewarding behaviors that bring greater confidence and productivity in your life.
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I am dedicated to helping men, women, and couples discover paths to more fulfilling lives and relationships. My experiences have given me a very positive perspective on the ability of participants to achieve meaningful and lasting changes in their lives by exploring feelings, belief systems and behaviors. When we work together, we will discuss your goals for therapy, examine challenges you are working to overcome and determine actions for change that you can take. We will discuss how you can improve your relationships by practicing rewarding behaviors that bring greater confidence and productivity in your life.
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I truly believe emotional wellness starts with learning how to be mindful and present within your own life. Opening up and asking for support isn't easy, I can certainly empathize. In the past, I prided myself in solving things on my own; what I thought was "healthy emotional independence". However, throughout my experiences and struggles I found clearer insight and more strength having an ally to open up to, an objective individual to gain perspective. It's nice to have a champion AND a challenger to help through life's curve balls. I would be honored to accompany and provide support on the path toward the best version of you
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I truly believe emotional wellness starts with learning how to be mindful and present within your own life. Opening up and asking for support isn't easy, I can certainly empathize. In the past, I prided myself in solving things on my own; what I thought was "healthy emotional independence". However, throughout my experiences and struggles I found clearer insight and more strength having an ally to open up to, an objective individual to gain perspective. It's nice to have a champion AND a challenger to help through life's curve balls. I would be honored to accompany and provide support on the path toward the best version of you
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Are you struggling with emotional and/or relationship issues and not sure how to deal with them? Seeking help is not easy and I recognize it takes courage to take that first step to reach out to a professional. For that reason, I use gentle, compassionate, and affirming methods to create a safe environment and work at a pace that is most comfortable to you. Sometimes it’s easy to talk about the issues and at other times, it feels too private or painful to reveal. When memories are too painful to share I can even work with them silently. I also incorporate many holistic approaches, honoring the mind, body and spirit connection.
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(320) 547-4019
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Are you struggling with emotional and/or relationship issues and not sure how to deal with them? Seeking help is not easy and I recognize it takes courage to take that first step to reach out to a professional. For that reason, I use gentle, compassionate, and affirming methods to create a safe environment and work at a pace that is most comfortable to you. Sometimes it’s easy to talk about the issues and at other times, it feels too private or painful to reveal. When memories are too painful to share I can even work with them silently. I also incorporate many holistic approaches, honoring the mind, body and spirit connection.

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African-American (Black) Therapists
If you're looking for African American therapy in Minnesota or for a Minnesota African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in Minnesota or Minnesota black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in Minnesota. They provide African American counseling in Minnesota or black counseling in Minnesota and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in Minnesota.

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Minnesota are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in Minnesota

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Minnesota you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Minnesota and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Minnesota or family therapy in Minnesota.


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