Marriage & Family Therapist, DMFT, LMFT
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Dance/Movement Therapy
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Adam Steinbach
MA
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"I earned my masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Saint Mary's University. Since graduation I have enjoyed working with a variety of clients from diverse backgrounds. I have experience working with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, life transitions, and men's mental health. I believe that every person can benefit from therapy and I approach my clients with an open and honest attitude. I strive to facilitate healthy growth for individuals and families that feel stuck, confused, and discouraged."
(651) 538-4446
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"I earned my masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Saint Mary's University. Since graduation I have enjoyed working with a variety of clients from diverse backgrounds. I have experience working with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, life transitions, and men's mental health. I believe that every person can benefit from therapy and I approach my clients with an open and honest attitude. I strive to facilitate healthy growth for individuals and families that feel stuck, confused, and discouraged."
Cassandra Sawyer, Art Therapist
Art Therapist, MA, ATR-P, RYT200
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"*currently accepting new clients* Cassie (she/her) is an optimistic and adaptable therapist that believes that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to healing. Cassie is passionate about helping you find an individualized and holistic approach that works for you to facilitate your own healing. She aims to empower the self-teacher and the self-healer inside each individual. Cassie works with clients who have faced a broad variety of experiences, and she has put special emphasis in gaining experience in working with individuals who have experienced complex grief and loss, life transitions, traumatic events, and race-based trauma."
(612) 230-8697
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"*currently accepting new clients* Cassie (she/her) is an optimistic and adaptable therapist that believes that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to healing. Cassie is passionate about helping you find an individualized and holistic approach that works for you to facilitate your own healing. She aims to empower the self-teacher and the self-healer inside each individual. Cassie works with clients who have faced a broad variety of experiences, and she has put special emphasis in gaining experience in working with individuals who have experienced complex grief and loss, life transitions, traumatic events, and race-based trauma."
Gwendolyn Day, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Genuineness, respect, and empathy are the essential components of my therapeutic style. I work with a diversity of issues and have a passion to assist others in reaching their goals and their full potential. When experiencing life's difficulties, sometimes you can feel alone and isolated. By creating a trusting and safe therapeutic relationship we can discover the best solutions for your problems."
(952) 641-7853
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"Genuineness, respect, and empathy are the essential components of my therapeutic style. I work with a diversity of issues and have a passion to assist others in reaching their goals and their full potential. When experiencing life's difficulties, sometimes you can feel alone and isolated. By creating a trusting and safe therapeutic relationship we can discover the best solutions for your problems."
Hye-Kyong Kim, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, LP, SEP
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"Hye-Kyong Kim, PsyD, LP, SEP is a Korean American, Korean-Adopted, clinical psychologist with many years of experience working with individuals around healing through a decolonized lens. She has experience with working with Indigenous and multicultural communities, adoption (domestic, transnational, and transracial), foster care, complex and developmental trauma, grief, self-esteem, spirituality, depression, anxiety, attachment, racial trauma and oppression, and somatic work. "
(651) 888-8259
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"Hye-Kyong Kim, PsyD, LP, SEP is a Korean American, Korean-Adopted, clinical psychologist with many years of experience working with individuals around healing through a decolonized lens. She has experience with working with Indigenous and multicultural communities, adoption (domestic, transnational, and transracial), foster care, complex and developmental trauma, grief, self-esteem, spirituality, depression, anxiety, attachment, racial trauma and oppression, and somatic work. "
Emily Axen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
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"My hope is to create a safe, non-judgmental, and comfortable space for individuals and families that come to my office. I specialize in working with individuals affected by trauma and chronic depression, anxiety, panic, shame, and issues related to self-worth. I welcome clients from all walks of life (ethnicity, race, religion, gender identity, and sexual orientation). My approach focuses on building on individual strengths, as well as internal and external resources. You are the expert on your life and needs."
(651) 538-1992
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"My hope is to create a safe, non-judgmental, and comfortable space for individuals and families that come to my office. I specialize in working with individuals affected by trauma and chronic depression, anxiety, panic, shame, and issues related to self-worth. I welcome clients from all walks of life (ethnicity, race, religion, gender identity, and sexual orientation). My approach focuses on building on individual strengths, as well as internal and external resources. You are the expert on your life and needs."
Holly Traynor, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Holly holds a master's degree from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. She welcomes working with adults, teens, couples, and families regarding relationship conflicts, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, substance abuse, communication, addictive behaviors, aggression, GLBT issues, parenting and emotional dysregulation. As a group facilitator, Holly is both dynamic and engaging. She is trained in Brainspotting, EMDR, Gottman method, as as well as Aggression Replacement Training. Holly has also worked with Alzheimer's/Dementia, and family caregivers at the University of Minnesota and Fairview Hospital."
(763) 273-8289 x1
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"Holly holds a master's degree from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. She welcomes working with adults, teens, couples, and families regarding relationship conflicts, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, substance abuse, communication, addictive behaviors, aggression, GLBT issues, parenting and emotional dysregulation. As a group facilitator, Holly is both dynamic and engaging. She is trained in Brainspotting, EMDR, Gottman method, as as well as Aggression Replacement Training. Holly has also worked with Alzheimer's/Dementia, and family caregivers at the University of Minnesota and Fairview Hospital."
Karen Jeffords-Brown, Psychologist
Psychologist, MA, LP
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"People come into therapy because they want something to change in their lives--how they feel, how they relate to others, how they handle stress. I enjoy working with people who want to commit themselves to working in therapy; who have the courage to face the important issues; who want to work collaboratively with me to find the solutions to feeling better. I consider myself a guide and coach in this process as we get to know each other. It gives me great joy to watch my clients grow and change and start to enjoy life again."
(612) 840-4138
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"People come into therapy because they want something to change in their lives--how they feel, how they relate to others, how they handle stress. I enjoy working with people who want to commit themselves to working in therapy; who have the courage to face the important issues; who want to work collaboratively with me to find the solutions to feeling better. I consider myself a guide and coach in this process as we get to know each other. It gives me great joy to watch my clients grow and change and start to enjoy life again."
Sarah Johnston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Does worry overwhelm you? Are you having a hard time being social? Are relationships exhausting? Maybe a major life adjustment is causing you stress. Perhaps you are interested in developing insight about your family history. If any of these issues feel relevant to you... Contact me. Therapy can help. It may involve confronting issues like complex interpersonal relationships, or deep fears. We will explore your dreams and work together to deeply understand the challenges. The big emotions don't have to rule your life. Relationships don't have to be so stressful. It can be better."
(612) 284-0532
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"Does worry overwhelm you? Are you having a hard time being social? Are relationships exhausting? Maybe a major life adjustment is causing you stress. Perhaps you are interested in developing insight about your family history. If any of these issues feel relevant to you... Contact me. Therapy can help. It may involve confronting issues like complex interpersonal relationships, or deep fears. We will explore your dreams and work together to deeply understand the challenges. The big emotions don't have to rule your life. Relationships don't have to be so stressful. It can be better."
Nancy K Bottorff, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you frustrated your life doesn't seem to go the way you want it to? Are your relationships unsatisfying? Do you struggle to feel good about yourself? Do you wrestle with fears and anxiety? Do you regularly feel down and have trouble being positive about life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you're not alone. Anxiety, depression, self-doubt, and relationship problems are common reasons for seeking therapy. Our work will help you understand what is keeping you from the life you want and help you develop the skills you need to live more fully."
(612) 223-6890 x2
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"Are you frustrated your life doesn't seem to go the way you want it to? Are your relationships unsatisfying? Do you struggle to feel good about yourself? Do you wrestle with fears and anxiety? Do you regularly feel down and have trouble being positive about life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you're not alone. Anxiety, depression, self-doubt, and relationship problems are common reasons for seeking therapy. Our work will help you understand what is keeping you from the life you want and help you develop the skills you need to live more fully."
Alexis Anttila, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"It is a great honor to be part of one's journey to healing, growth, and empowerment. In my practice, I strive to create an environment of empathy and compassion where clients feel safe to do this work. I couple this with various theoretical frameworks to meet each client, family, or couple's unique needs."
(763) 325-1634
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"It is a great honor to be part of one's journey to healing, growth, and empowerment. In my practice, I strive to create an environment of empathy and compassion where clients feel safe to do this work. I couple this with various theoretical frameworks to meet each client, family, or couple's unique needs."
Leah McEllistrem, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work from a systemic and holistic perspective with individuals and couples. I believe in utilizing each client's unique strengths to help them find hope in the midst of suffering. My practice is informed by a belief that we are all resilient and able to work through challenges from a place of strength, acceptance, and self-compassion. I have formal training in marriage and family therapy, and use that to help my clients experience more joy and satisfaction in their relationships with themselves and others."
(651) 504-3935
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"I work from a systemic and holistic perspective with individuals and couples. I believe in utilizing each client's unique strengths to help them find hope in the midst of suffering. My practice is informed by a belief that we are all resilient and able to work through challenges from a place of strength, acceptance, and self-compassion. I have formal training in marriage and family therapy, and use that to help my clients experience more joy and satisfaction in their relationships with themselves and others."
Emily (Emy) Everhart, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes in life we can feel like we have no control over what is happening, the paths our relationships are taking, or what the future might have in store for us. We can get to a place where we are stuck in a continuous cycle of negative thinking, gloomy feelings, and ineffective behaviors. I provide therapy to individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, grief/loss, life transitions, relationship changes/separation, substance use issues, stress management, academic challenges, sports/performance concerns, chronic illness, sexuality/gender identity issues, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia spectrum, and life balance."
(651) 564-3597
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"Sometimes in life we can feel like we have no control over what is happening, the paths our relationships are taking, or what the future might have in store for us. We can get to a place where we are stuck in a continuous cycle of negative thinking, gloomy feelings, and ineffective behaviors. I provide therapy to individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, grief/loss, life transitions, relationship changes/separation, substance use issues, stress management, academic challenges, sports/performance concerns, chronic illness, sexuality/gender identity issues, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia spectrum, and life balance."
Elizabeth Hamburger Kittleson, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that the most essential keys to reaching our goals are believing in ourselves and knowing that someone believes in us. I work to create a safe, comfortable, trusted, honest, and humorous environment with my clients that encourages creativity, confidence, and motivation. I often use a systemic and strengths-based approach in working with clients and the relationships they have in their lives."
(651) 383-1388
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"I believe that the most essential keys to reaching our goals are believing in ourselves and knowing that someone believes in us. I work to create a safe, comfortable, trusted, honest, and humorous environment with my clients that encourages creativity, confidence, and motivation. I often use a systemic and strengths-based approach in working with clients and the relationships they have in their lives."
KC Flanagan
PsyD
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"Since 1994 I have been in the helping profession. I have worked with individuals of various ages, from young adults to the elderly. My belief is that growth/change happens through relationship with another. Therefore, my approach to therapy is client-centered with an emphasis on the therapeutic relationship. I focus on providing a safe environment where each individual can risk, to experience themselves in a caring and respectful relationship with another. It is from this relationship that a person often finds new and more adaptive ways of being in relationship with themselves and others."
(651) 309-8159
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"Since 1994 I have been in the helping profession. I have worked with individuals of various ages, from young adults to the elderly. My belief is that growth/change happens through relationship with another. Therefore, my approach to therapy is client-centered with an emphasis on the therapeutic relationship. I focus on providing a safe environment where each individual can risk, to experience themselves in a caring and respectful relationship with another. It is from this relationship that a person often finds new and more adaptive ways of being in relationship with themselves and others."
Samantha Widman
MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"My primary goal is to make therapy a safe, collaborative space where choice and possibility are the most important pieces of our relationship. My approach is grounded in the idea that people are the experts of their own lives and that they can access and develop knowledge that will assist them in getting in front of their problems. Additionally, I work from a non-pathologizing, strength-based model of psychotherapy. I view people as full of possibilities, rather than pathology. As a result, I do not locate problems within the individual, but rather, within the culture that surrounds us. "
(651) 240-2113
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"My primary goal is to make therapy a safe, collaborative space where choice and possibility are the most important pieces of our relationship. My approach is grounded in the idea that people are the experts of their own lives and that they can access and develop knowledge that will assist them in getting in front of their problems. Additionally, I work from a non-pathologizing, strength-based model of psychotherapy. I view people as full of possibilities, rather than pathology. As a result, I do not locate problems within the individual, but rather, within the culture that surrounds us. "
Sarah L Hart, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, LP
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"Using a warm, casual, active style, I help clients who are struggling with a wide variety of issues find their own way toward growth and health. In a world that typically looks at the surface, I will work with you to look at the deeper parts of yourself and your life so that you can make lasting change that moves you toward your goals. Although our past experiences have helped us shape who we are, they do not need to hold us captive; I help you focus on what is working now and how we can make it better."
(612) 802-9164
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"Using a warm, casual, active style, I help clients who are struggling with a wide variety of issues find their own way toward growth and health. In a world that typically looks at the surface, I will work with you to look at the deeper parts of yourself and your life so that you can make lasting change that moves you toward your goals. Although our past experiences have helped us shape who we are, they do not need to hold us captive; I help you focus on what is working now and how we can make it better."
Joshua Zeron, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC
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"Josh brings a calm, steady, and inquisitive presence to his work with you. Josh believes that the greatest joy in life is to know and be known. Toward this ideal he strives to help others deepen their self-understanding and develop the skills to communicate effectively. Through this process an authentic identity can be built, and Josh's goal is to help this become the primary sense of self."
(612) 255-5068
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"Josh brings a calm, steady, and inquisitive presence to his work with you. Josh believes that the greatest joy in life is to know and be known. Toward this ideal he strives to help others deepen their self-understanding and develop the skills to communicate effectively. Through this process an authentic identity can be built, and Josh's goal is to help this become the primary sense of self."
Sharon J. Barnett Mitchell, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
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"I provide respectful, collaborative psychotherapy for couples, adults and families. Taking a holistic and mindful approach, I can help with an array of relational and emotional concerns including life transitions; identity issues; grief and loss; sexuality and intimacy; family conflict and parenting; pregnancy and postpartum; depression and anxiety; trauma and abuse; anger and violence; blocked creativity, and spiritual connection. "
(612) 806-0264
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"I provide respectful, collaborative psychotherapy for couples, adults and families. Taking a holistic and mindful approach, I can help with an array of relational and emotional concerns including life transitions; identity issues; grief and loss; sexuality and intimacy; family conflict and parenting; pregnancy and postpartum; depression and anxiety; trauma and abuse; anger and violence; blocked creativity, and spiritual connection. "
Sonja Kromroy, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a therapist I have seen how powerful the mind-body connection can be, not only in how we live our lives, but also how we respond to challenges and interact with others. We are not always able to choose the obstacles in life but I do believe we can work towards responding to them in ways that help us feel empowered and confident. By listening to and understanding our thoughts, feelings and physical sensations we are more effectively able to navigate life and choose paths that better suit our values."
(651) 571-4061
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"As a therapist I have seen how powerful the mind-body connection can be, not only in how we live our lives, but also how we respond to challenges and interact with others. We are not always able to choose the obstacles in life but I do believe we can work towards responding to them in ways that help us feel empowered and confident. By listening to and understanding our thoughts, feelings and physical sensations we are more effectively able to navigate life and choose paths that better suit our values."

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Dance/Movement therapists in 55105 are registered by either graduating from an ADTA accredited program, or by earning a Master's degree with dance/movement therapy training from qualified teachers.

Dance therapists 55105 and dance movement therapists 55105 use movement to promote emotional, social, cognitive and physical integration of the individual.

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For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 55105 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 55105 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 55105 or family therapy in 55105.