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"Therapy does not have to be intimidating! I am passionate about creating a safe space for my clients in a non-judgmental environment. I am direct, honest, and authentic in sessions, which helps build our relationship as we work together, and make therapy more of a collaborative process. I have experience working with adolescents and adults with a wide array of diagnoses and issues including; depression, anxiety, PTSD, personality disorders, OCD, addictions, self harm, low self worth, relationship issues, or school and work difficulties."
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"Therapy does not have to be intimidating! I am passionate about creating a safe space for my clients in a non-judgmental environment. I am direct, honest, and authentic in sessions, which helps build our relationship as we work together, and make therapy more of a collaborative process. I have experience working with adolescents and adults with a wide array of diagnoses and issues including; depression, anxiety, PTSD, personality disorders, OCD, addictions, self harm, low self worth, relationship issues, or school and work difficulties."
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"I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in my home office in Plymouth. I was Initially trained in the Bay Area and I've been practicing in Minneapolis since 2000. I specialize in relationship and marriage therapy, individual therapy, somatic trauma work for complex or developmental and emotional therapy and hypnotherapy. I have an art therapy certification from UC Berkeley and am involved in the arts. I work with individuals, couples, family and older adolescents."
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"I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in my home office in Plymouth. I was Initially trained in the Bay Area and I've been practicing in Minneapolis since 2000. I specialize in relationship and marriage therapy, individual therapy, somatic trauma work for complex or developmental and emotional therapy and hypnotherapy. I have an art therapy certification from UC Berkeley and am involved in the arts. I work with individuals, couples, family and older adolescents."
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"Deciding to ask for help when dealing with life's struggles is a very important step. Finding the right person to work with is equally important. I am happy to meet with you and let you know where I would focus. If you decide we are not the right fit I will help you find the person that is right for you."
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"Since the Department of Human Services began covering Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) in 2011, I have had the distinct pleasure of practicing on the ground floor as a state certified provider. My vision is to raise the bar of excellence in the way group and individual DBT services are approached. It it is my passion for that vision that led me to open my own clinic. DBT skills are presented in a creative, dynamic manner that provides clients with the opportunity for long lasting change in a safe, non-judgmental environment."
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"Since the Department of Human Services began covering Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) in 2011, I have had the distinct pleasure of practicing on the ground floor as a state certified provider. My vision is to raise the bar of excellence in the way group and individual DBT services are approached. It it is my passion for that vision that led me to open my own clinic. DBT skills are presented in a creative, dynamic manner that provides clients with the opportunity for long lasting change in a safe, non-judgmental environment."
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"Dr. Peter Schaub is a postdoctoral psychology fellow at The Recovery Clinic and Kodiak Recovery. Peter is passionate about working with individuals facing addictions and co-occurring disorders, and he has been in recovery since 2008. He earned his doctorate of clinical psychology (PsyD) at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and completed his pre-doctoral internship at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Peter conducted his doctoral dissertation on 12-step recovery trends among individuals with ADHD and co-occurring substance use disorders. "
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"Dr. Peter Schaub is a postdoctoral psychology fellow at The Recovery Clinic and Kodiak Recovery. Peter is passionate about working with individuals facing addictions and co-occurring disorders, and he has been in recovery since 2008. He earned his doctorate of clinical psychology (PsyD) at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and completed his pre-doctoral internship at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Peter conducted his doctoral dissertation on 12-step recovery trends among individuals with ADHD and co-occurring substance use disorders. "
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"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS** Are racing thoughts and panic attacks a part of everyday life? Is it hard to motivate yourself to get up in the morning or complete daily tasks? Do you find it difficult to build lasting relationships because you have a hard time trusting others? Life is difficult, especially with everything happening right now! While it is not always easy to ask for help, sometimes it can be what you need to make things better. I care about your well-being and will provide you with the tools you need to manage current stressors, and tackle even the most traumatic circumstances."
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"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS** Are racing thoughts and panic attacks a part of everyday life? Is it hard to motivate yourself to get up in the morning or complete daily tasks? Do you find it difficult to build lasting relationships because you have a hard time trusting others? Life is difficult, especially with everything happening right now! While it is not always easy to ask for help, sometimes it can be what you need to make things better. I care about your well-being and will provide you with the tools you need to manage current stressors, and tackle even the most traumatic circumstances."
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"Today, you are one step closer to empowering yourself by creating a positive path to personal growth and self-awareness. Our practice focuses on partnering with you to create an authentic therapeutic relationship. We will assist you in exploring your goals and in finding balance in your life. Our approach is holistic and we steer away from labels and focus on you as a unique individual. We will work together to develop your strengths and to find your growth areas. We will be direct about the patterns we notice and will offer suggestions as to how these can be addressed."
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"Today, you are one step closer to empowering yourself by creating a positive path to personal growth and self-awareness. Our practice focuses on partnering with you to create an authentic therapeutic relationship. We will assist you in exploring your goals and in finding balance in your life. Our approach is holistic and we steer away from labels and focus on you as a unique individual. We will work together to develop your strengths and to find your growth areas. We will be direct about the patterns we notice and will offer suggestions as to how these can be addressed."
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"Clients often decide to meet with a therapist when they have situations in their lives that they cannot seem to work through on their own. Many of them have tried talking to friends or relatives, but still feel stuck. I will help you look at problems in ways which will help you move in a direction that makes sense for you. I work closely with clients to help them resolve their concerns and problems in an environment which is confidential and nonjudgmental. Many of my clients say they begin to feel better after the first session."
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"Clients often decide to meet with a therapist when they have situations in their lives that they cannot seem to work through on their own. Many of them have tried talking to friends or relatives, but still feel stuck. I will help you look at problems in ways which will help you move in a direction that makes sense for you. I work closely with clients to help them resolve their concerns and problems in an environment which is confidential and nonjudgmental. Many of my clients say they begin to feel better after the first session."
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"Have you been feeling lost, confused, stuck, or without some sense of control in life? You are not alone, as many of us have been where you are and felt how you feel. Seeking help from a therapist can be the key to finding passion in life, learning new ways of overcoming obstacles, and begin experiencing a more desired way of being. Therapy with me emphasizes fostering a safe, nonjudgmental, compassionate environment. I enjoy working collaboratively with clients where problems are explored through a lens of curiosity, and space is created for new perspectives, attitudes, and behaviors in the healing process. "
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"Have you been feeling lost, confused, stuck, or without some sense of control in life? You are not alone, as many of us have been where you are and felt how you feel. Seeking help from a therapist can be the key to finding passion in life, learning new ways of overcoming obstacles, and begin experiencing a more desired way of being. Therapy with me emphasizes fostering a safe, nonjudgmental, compassionate environment. I enjoy working collaboratively with clients where problems are explored through a lens of curiosity, and space is created for new perspectives, attitudes, and behaviors in the healing process. "
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"Worried about your child's behavior? Struggling with parenting? Concerned about your adolescent's self image or self harm? Stuck in a negative cycle with your significant other and unsure how to connect again? Coming to terms with divorce and co-parenting? Wanting to improve family communication? Battling the shadows of depression and anxiety? Wanting change in your life but not sure what? Seeking therapy is hard and deeply personal. You are the expert in your life and I strive to make each client feel accepted, safe and understood. Together, we can discover your unique path to change and healing within yourself and relationships."
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"Worried about your child's behavior? Struggling with parenting? Concerned about your adolescent's self image or self harm? Stuck in a negative cycle with your significant other and unsure how to connect again? Coming to terms with divorce and co-parenting? Wanting to improve family communication? Battling the shadows of depression and anxiety? Wanting change in your life but not sure what? Seeking therapy is hard and deeply personal. You are the expert in your life and I strive to make each client feel accepted, safe and understood. Together, we can discover your unique path to change and healing within yourself and relationships."
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"My ideal client is someone who feels that they simply need help navigating the stress, grief, trauma, sadness, or day to day challenges that life presents us and, a healthy level of skepticism is always welcomed and respected. My ideal client wants to be heard and not just listened to in that they want therapy to engage them and provide additional support that they feel is missing from their life. My ideal client wants things to be better and they want to eventually make things better themselves with newly developed and nurtured skills. "
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"My ideal client is someone who feels that they simply need help navigating the stress, grief, trauma, sadness, or day to day challenges that life presents us and, a healthy level of skepticism is always welcomed and respected. My ideal client wants to be heard and not just listened to in that they want therapy to engage them and provide additional support that they feel is missing from their life. My ideal client wants things to be better and they want to eventually make things better themselves with newly developed and nurtured skills. "
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"I am interested in helping clients to build and strengthen skills and insight that will help them to cope with symptoms, distressing emotions, and life stressors. I will join with you to explore the change process and the steps needed to find relief and joy. My areas of clinical interest include addiction and alcoholism, perinatal mental health, pregnancy loss, infertility, anxiety, codependency, depression, perfectionism, relationship issues/communication, self-esteem, self-injury, stress management, and trauma. "
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"I am interested in helping clients to build and strengthen skills and insight that will help them to cope with symptoms, distressing emotions, and life stressors. I will join with you to explore the change process and the steps needed to find relief and joy. My areas of clinical interest include addiction and alcoholism, perinatal mental health, pregnancy loss, infertility, anxiety, codependency, depression, perfectionism, relationship issues/communication, self-esteem, self-injury, stress management, and trauma. "
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"When shifts and transitions in life shake you to the core, see that as a sign of the greatness that's about to occur. Mental health is a struggle that we all deal with in our own way, sometimes we need guidance and encouragement. I believe a therapists' role is to support individuals in their efforts to cope and adapt on their own. Through the journey of therapy, I want to be someone who can point out patterns that may be hindering you from reaching your fullest potential."
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"When shifts and transitions in life shake you to the core, see that as a sign of the greatness that's about to occur. Mental health is a struggle that we all deal with in our own way, sometimes we need guidance and encouragement. I believe a therapists' role is to support individuals in their efforts to cope and adapt on their own. Through the journey of therapy, I want to be someone who can point out patterns that may be hindering you from reaching your fullest potential."
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"Do you find yourself wondering if there are ways to live a healthier life? Have healthier relationships? Looking for balance and support in using more positive coping skills on a daily basis? I enjoy providing professional, confidential, compassionate, creative therapy services for adults, adolescents, and children to help people improve and strengthen their lives and relationships. I use a positive, strength-based, whole person approach to help clients through their life journey while feeling honored to walk the walk with them. "
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"Do you find yourself wondering if there are ways to live a healthier life? Have healthier relationships? Looking for balance and support in using more positive coping skills on a daily basis? I enjoy providing professional, confidential, compassionate, creative therapy services for adults, adolescents, and children to help people improve and strengthen their lives and relationships. I use a positive, strength-based, whole person approach to help clients through their life journey while feeling honored to walk the walk with them. "
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"When I reflect on my education, professional, personal experience and distill my thoughts; I conclude *You are feeling pretty bad or you would not be making this search. *You want some part or several parts of your life to work better. *What used to work or what you do to improve things is not helping or not helping fast enough.* People change many areas and elements of their life when they figure out what needs attention, what to do, and how.* People are embarrassed to make this first call for information but also know - It Is Time to Do Something."
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"When I reflect on my education, professional, personal experience and distill my thoughts; I conclude *You are feeling pretty bad or you would not be making this search. *You want some part or several parts of your life to work better. *What used to work or what you do to improve things is not helping or not helping fast enough.* People change many areas and elements of their life when they figure out what needs attention, what to do, and how.* People are embarrassed to make this first call for information but also know - It Is Time to Do Something."
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"We believe emotional wellness matters (a lot), and that everyone has the right to make it a priority. Unfortunately, it’s not always that simple. So many questions can get in the way. Maybe you’ve even asked them yourself: Is this normal? Can talking to someone really help me? What is therapy all about, anyway? What would people say if they knew I was going? How do I find the right therapist? Will I be comfortable there? When will I find the time? Will my insurance pay for this? If this sounds like you, you’re not alone. And we can help. To learn more, visit www.sonderwellness.com "
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"We believe emotional wellness matters (a lot), and that everyone has the right to make it a priority. Unfortunately, it’s not always that simple. So many questions can get in the way. Maybe you’ve even asked them yourself: Is this normal? Can talking to someone really help me? What is therapy all about, anyway? What would people say if they knew I was going? How do I find the right therapist? Will I be comfortable there? When will I find the time? Will my insurance pay for this? If this sounds like you, you’re not alone. And we can help. To learn more, visit www.sonderwellness.com "
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"NOTE: My schedule fills quickly, and so emailing me is preferable. Research demonstrates that roughly 50% of treatment outcomes are directly attributable to the provider-client relationship. This is why it is so important that you feel comfortable with the therapist you choose, and optimistic about therapy. My ability to help you stems directly from a combination of my experience, my training, and the benefit of learning from the thousands of individuals I have worked with. The fundamental goal of my treatment is to help clients more clearly identify, remove barriers to, and more consistently connect to their core values."
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"NOTE: My schedule fills quickly, and so emailing me is preferable. Research demonstrates that roughly 50% of treatment outcomes are directly attributable to the provider-client relationship. This is why it is so important that you feel comfortable with the therapist you choose, and optimistic about therapy. My ability to help you stems directly from a combination of my experience, my training, and the benefit of learning from the thousands of individuals I have worked with. The fundamental goal of my treatment is to help clients more clearly identify, remove barriers to, and more consistently connect to their core values."
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"I believe that a trusting therapeutic relationship is the foundation of change for individuals and families seeking to improve relationships and live a more fulfilled life. I do this by encouraging open communication and good boundaries, providing psychoeducational support and processing emotional issues. I provide psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adults who may be experiencing behavioral and emotional issues, depression, anxiety, trauma and relational issues. Relationships are important, I work from a systems lens to provide therapy to couples and families. I am a caring and thorough practitioner who will bring intensity and humor to the therapeutic relationship."
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"I believe that a trusting therapeutic relationship is the foundation of change for individuals and families seeking to improve relationships and live a more fulfilled life. I do this by encouraging open communication and good boundaries, providing psychoeducational support and processing emotional issues. I provide psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adults who may be experiencing behavioral and emotional issues, depression, anxiety, trauma and relational issues. Relationships are important, I work from a systems lens to provide therapy to couples and families. I am a caring and thorough practitioner who will bring intensity and humor to the therapeutic relationship."
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"I have an extensive experience working with mental health and substance use issues and supporting families. I have a particularly broad experience treating adults with both mental health and substance use issues. I enjoy working with individuals and couples; as well as parent coaching. Areas of specialty are anxiety and depression, women's emotional health, aging, trauma, body image and disordered eating, co-dependency, self-esteem, self-harm, and substance abuse/dependence. I use motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focus, EMDR, 12 step facilitation, as well as psychoeducation."
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"I have an extensive experience working with mental health and substance use issues and supporting families. I have a particularly broad experience treating adults with both mental health and substance use issues. I enjoy working with individuals and couples; as well as parent coaching. Areas of specialty are anxiety and depression, women's emotional health, aging, trauma, body image and disordered eating, co-dependency, self-esteem, self-harm, and substance abuse/dependence. I use motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focus, EMDR, 12 step facilitation, as well as psychoeducation."
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"I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with 15 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families. I specialize in the areas of grief and loss, anxiety, depression, trauma, chronic disease, and life transitions. On the one end of the spectrum I have an expertise in working with older adults, and in providing therapeutic and educational support for caregivers of individuals with dementia. Conversely, I also have worked with high school and college age adolescents as they navigate the many life transitions in front of them."
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"I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with 15 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families. I specialize in the areas of grief and loss, anxiety, depression, trauma, chronic disease, and life transitions. On the one end of the spectrum I have an expertise in working with older adults, and in providing therapeutic and educational support for caregivers of individuals with dementia. Conversely, I also have worked with high school and college age adolescents as they navigate the many life transitions in front of them."

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Self-harm (SH) or deliberate self-harm (DSH) is the deliberate infliction of damage to your own body. It includes cutting, burning, scratching, banging or hitting yourself, interfering with wound healing, and the ingestion of toxic substances or objects. While self injury (SI) can look like suicide, it's not; most people who mutilate themselves do it as a way to regulate mood. People who hurt themselves in this way may be motivated by a need to distract themselves from inner turmoil, or to quickly release anxiety that builds due to an inability to express intense emotions.

If you're looking for help with self-harming in 55441 or for someone who self harms, or cuts themselves, or bangs or hits themselves, these 55441 therapists provide counseling for self harming in 55441. They include therapists, who understand self harming in 55441, psychologists and counselors. They can provide self harming counseling in 55441 or treatment for self harming.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 55441 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 55441 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 55441 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 55441 or family therapy in 55441.