Minneapolis, MN 55408
I believe that healing is a communal process and am here to hold space with you on your journey to find fulfilling relationships with both yourself and others. I work in the trans and queer community and am especially passionate about issues relating to disordered eating, exercise, and body image. Together we will explore what's "beneath" the eating disorder behaviors, acknowledge the societal systems that often affect the relationship with the body, and find routes of healing that feel genuine to you.
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(612) 440-8304
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Minneapolis, MN 55408
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I believe that healing is a communal process and am here to hold space with you on your journey to find fulfilling relationships with both yourself and others. I work in the trans and queer community and am especially passionate about issues relating to disordered eating, exercise, and body image. Together we will explore what's "beneath" the eating disorder behaviors, acknowledge the societal systems that often affect the relationship with the body, and find routes of healing that feel genuine to you.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW Verified
Verified
Minneapolis, MN 55408
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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(612) 261-0871
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Minneapolis, MN 55408
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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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Jac Stringer
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LGSW Verified
Verified
JAC (he/him) is a trans-genderqueer femme, disabled, two-spirit, Native American radical activist & social worker. He works with transgender youth & young adults ages 11-26 with high needs, who wish to process their identities, experiences, & health including depression, bipolar moods, anxiety, dissociation, trauma (abuse, sexual assault, familial, religion, online exploitation), self-harm, suicidality, & disability/chronic pain. He is a trauma-informed feminist, sex positive, allied to multiples/alters, kink-positive, & poly inclusive. He specializes in gender, sexuality, & serving the greater trans, queer, & LGBTQPIA2S+ community.
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(612) 439-2225
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JAC (he/him) is a trans-genderqueer femme, disabled, two-spirit, Native American radical activist & social worker. He works with transgender youth & young adults ages 11-26 with high needs, who wish to process their identities, experiences, & health including depression, bipolar moods, anxiety, dissociation, trauma (abuse, sexual assault, familial, religion, online exploitation), self-harm, suicidality, & disability/chronic pain. He is a trauma-informed feminist, sex positive, allied to multiples/alters, kink-positive, & poly inclusive. He specializes in gender, sexuality, & serving the greater trans, queer, & LGBTQPIA2S+ community.
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Casey O Skeide
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, BA Verified
Verified
Do you feel alone, disconnected, checked out, or overwhelmed? Not sure where to begin? I am the kind of clinician who can help you find the starting place right for you, meet you where you already are, and go with you where you need to go. I center my practice on relationships: relationship with friends, family, culture, and one's self. In doing work together, it is important to me that I meet you where you are at. In our work together, we will find your language to relate to others better, as well yourself.
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(612) 324-5921
Verified

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Do you feel alone, disconnected, checked out, or overwhelmed? Not sure where to begin? I am the kind of clinician who can help you find the starting place right for you, meet you where you already are, and go with you where you need to go. I center my practice on relationships: relationship with friends, family, culture, and one's self. In doing work together, it is important to me that I meet you where you are at. In our work together, we will find your language to relate to others better, as well yourself.
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G Zachariah White
Psychologist, PsyD, LP Verified
Verified
I would like to help you overcome whatever it is that interferes with your sexual, emotional, or relational health. I will work with you to create a safe and compassionate space where you can see yourself and your problem in a new light. Together we will examine how the problem came into your life, how it affects you, and how you might change your relationship with it. I have experience working with lesbian, gay, straight, bisexual, transgender, queer, polyamorous, and kinky clients individually and with partners.
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(612) 354-8130
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I would like to help you overcome whatever it is that interferes with your sexual, emotional, or relational health. I will work with you to create a safe and compassionate space where you can see yourself and your problem in a new light. Together we will examine how the problem came into your life, how it affects you, and how you might change your relationship with it. I have experience working with lesbian, gay, straight, bisexual, transgender, queer, polyamorous, and kinky clients individually and with partners.
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Libby Felling
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT Verified
Verified
Fit is an important factor in therapy. Why should you trust anyone to accompany you into the dark places if you're not allowed to see who they are? I work well with teenagers and adults who have hit roadblocks in other therapies. If you have suspected something maintains your suffering, or your child's, that remains hidden I might be a valuable therapeutic guide. I offer warmth, humor, and sharp analysis of the big picture as well as the details to help you identify what's holding you back and how to move forward differently in a clear, practicable way.
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(612) 688-7320
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Fit is an important factor in therapy. Why should you trust anyone to accompany you into the dark places if you're not allowed to see who they are? I work well with teenagers and adults who have hit roadblocks in other therapies. If you have suspected something maintains your suffering, or your child's, that remains hidden I might be a valuable therapeutic guide. I offer warmth, humor, and sharp analysis of the big picture as well as the details to help you identify what's holding you back and how to move forward differently in a clear, practicable way.
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Teri Blauersouth
Counselor, MA, LPCC Verified
Verified
Not currently accepting new clients. Please check back later. My specialty is helping people to get their painful emotions out of their way and on their side. If your feelings are getting in the way of your relationships, sobriety, career, or life, I'd like the chance to help. I especially enjoy working with people trying to stay sober, members of the queer community, people coping with the justice system, and people with disabilities or chronic pain. My clients often feel overlooked or misunderstood by other therapists, and really need someone to listen to them.
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(612) 261-1843
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Not currently accepting new clients. Please check back later. My specialty is helping people to get their painful emotions out of their way and on their side. If your feelings are getting in the way of your relationships, sobriety, career, or life, I'd like the chance to help. I especially enjoy working with people trying to stay sober, members of the queer community, people coping with the justice system, and people with disabilities or chronic pain. My clients often feel overlooked or misunderstood by other therapists, and really need someone to listen to them.
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Ly Verhage
MSW Verified
Verified
I have my Masters in Social work from Augsburg University’s multiculturally focused clinical program, and will soon be dually licensed as an alcohol and drug counselor. I have experience with group and individual therapy specific to religious trauma, adverse religious experiences, and faith transitions, and my goal is to support those in the LGBTQIA+ community in navigating the impacts on identity at that intersection. My passion for this work is driven by my identity as a genderqueer human, and both my personal and professional experience in this area.
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(612) 445-3657
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I have my Masters in Social work from Augsburg University’s multiculturally focused clinical program, and will soon be dually licensed as an alcohol and drug counselor. I have experience with group and individual therapy specific to religious trauma, adverse religious experiences, and faith transitions, and my goal is to support those in the LGBTQIA+ community in navigating the impacts on identity at that intersection. My passion for this work is driven by my identity as a genderqueer human, and both my personal and professional experience in this area.
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Hannah Rogak
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT Verified
Verified
The clients I enjoy working with most are the ones who feel like they keep going in circles and aren't getting anywhere. I enjoy working with clients who are unsure about going to therapy, or who haven't had the best experiences in the past. Maybe they're nervous I'll side with their spouse. Maybe they're worried all we'll do is talk about what's wrong. I get how uncomfortable coming into therapy can be. The best part of my job is discovering the unique stories of each person who comes into my office, then developing a relationship to support their progress to the next part of their lives.
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(320) 348-7513
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The clients I enjoy working with most are the ones who feel like they keep going in circles and aren't getting anywhere. I enjoy working with clients who are unsure about going to therapy, or who haven't had the best experiences in the past. Maybe they're nervous I'll side with their spouse. Maybe they're worried all we'll do is talk about what's wrong. I get how uncomfortable coming into therapy can be. The best part of my job is discovering the unique stories of each person who comes into my office, then developing a relationship to support their progress to the next part of their lives.
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Aziza Bisanz
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LGSW Verified
Verified
Aziza is not currently accepting new clients. Aziza (They/Them) identifies as queer and of mixed ancestry: Middle Eastern (SWANA) and European descent). Aziza comes to the work from a trauma-aware, healing justice and decolonization lens and believes in the importance of locating ourselves inside of systems of oppression as the roots of the work. Aziza recently completed a three year training program to be a Somatic Experiencing (SE) Practitioner and uses SE in tandem with other healing modalities and talk therapy models.
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(612) 999-2814
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Aziza is not currently accepting new clients. Aziza (They/Them) identifies as queer and of mixed ancestry: Middle Eastern (SWANA) and European descent). Aziza comes to the work from a trauma-aware, healing justice and decolonization lens and believes in the importance of locating ourselves inside of systems of oppression as the roots of the work. Aziza recently completed a three year training program to be a Somatic Experiencing (SE) Practitioner and uses SE in tandem with other healing modalities and talk therapy models.
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Madigan Shank
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LGSW Verified
Verified
I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and young adults in working through trauma—with specific interest in early childhood/complex trauma and sexual trauma—attachment, dissociation, self-esteem, gender and sexuality, and issues relating to food and body image.
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(612) 502-2507
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I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and young adults in working through trauma—with specific interest in early childhood/complex trauma and sexual trauma—attachment, dissociation, self-esteem, gender and sexuality, and issues relating to food and body image.
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Julian Ernst
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW Verified
Verified
I work with individuals interested in the longer-term work of becoming more grounded, confident, connected, and able to direct their own lives. I provide a collaborative, authentic relationship that supports each person's natural inclinations towards growth and challenges the ways that we each learn to protect ourselves from the threat of change. I value referring to clients' past experiences as a way of gaining insight about the adaptations that have been effective in the past but get in the way of having a fulfilling life in the present.
Non-Binary
(612) 255-4556
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Non-Binary
I work with individuals interested in the longer-term work of becoming more grounded, confident, connected, and able to direct their own lives. I provide a collaborative, authentic relationship that supports each person's natural inclinations towards growth and challenges the ways that we each learn to protect ourselves from the threat of change. I value referring to clients' past experiences as a way of gaining insight about the adaptations that have been effective in the past but get in the way of having a fulfilling life in the present.
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Katharine Kaftanski
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW Verified
Verified
Life can feel really overwhelming sometimes and therapy is a safe space to sort through it all. I view therapy as an affirming process that can be helpful in exploring our life experiences, challenges, successes, and identities.
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(612) 324-1718
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Life can feel really overwhelming sometimes and therapy is a safe space to sort through it all. I view therapy as an affirming process that can be helpful in exploring our life experiences, challenges, successes, and identities.

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Teletherapy (Online Therapy, Virtual Therapists) Therapists
Teletherapy and Online counseling have grown enormously as a medium for therapy since the advent of social distancing. Most therapists are happy to provide sessions by video or phone.

All professionals are licensed to provide video therapy to clients within the State in which they hold their license. Cross State licensing exists, but is rare.

So if you're a client in 55408, this list of teletherapists are licensed to provide therapy to you online (by phone, video or text based chat) because they are within your state. They are sorted nearest to furthest, with professionals in 55408 listed first.

Teletherapy via phone or video can be very similar to conventional in person sessions. The message is the same, even if the medium is different. There are some advantages in the form of convenience, lack of travel and being in comfort of your own home. Set against those, professionals find it more difficult to read non-verbal signals of their clients, and you may find you yourself can be more easily distracted.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 55408 are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in 55408

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 55408 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 55408 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 55408 or family therapy in 55408.