Brian Stawarz, LP, LMFT, LLC

Licensed Psychologist & Marriage & Family Therapist

Location: 100 West 46th Street, Suite 2C, Minneapolis 55419
Family TherapyAdult Asperger's Therapy
Couples CounselingCbt Mindfullness
Mood DisordersNarrative Work
Loss And Complicated Grief

I have practiced for 28 years in Minnesota, seeing children, adults, couples and families. My practice currently is primarily with adults and couples (and older teens) who are seeking a therapist who is collaborative, offers guidance and new perspectives.

Mary Hendrickson, Psy.D., LP

Licensed Doctoral Level Clinical Psychologist

Location Near Therapist: Minneapolis, MN
Relationship IssuesObsessive Compulsive Issues
Family Of Origin IssuesLife Transition Issues
Grief And LossCareer Concerns

My style is to provide a respectful and emapthic therapeutic relationship where you feel listened to, understood and supported to share the areas of your life that present challenges. I work specifically with adults providing individual psychotherapy.

Cathy Johnston, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 2840 Humboldt Ave S, Minneapolis 55408
Anxiety & DepressionTrauma, EMDR
Sexual IssuesAddictions, Overuse And Abuse
Marriage & Couples CounselingADHD
Anger Management

Sometimes life feels too difficult or complicated to navigate on your own. I'll help you see relationships and problems in a new light, and teach you effective ways to take care of yourself and face challenges. My style is gentle, practical and positive.

Gary Beaver, M.A., L.P.

Licensed Psychologist

Location Near Therapist: Minneapolis, MN
Grief & LossTrauma
Death & DyingSpiritual/ Existential Issues

I am excited to be providing a new therapy for prolonged grief and trauma called Induced After Death Communication (IADC). IADC therapy is able to heal grief resulting from the death of loved ones, including beloved animal companions, to a degree never before possible.

Lyndsey Fraser, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 812 East 48th Street, Suite 1, Minneapolis 55417
Couples TherapySexual Concerns
Indivdual TherapyBlending Of Famlies
AnxietyLoss Of Meaning
Family TherapyDepression

Are you currently feeling a loss of meaning in your life? Has anxiety been keeping you up at night? is leaving the house difficult because sadness is preventing you? Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth.

Andrea Scharlatt, MA


Location Near Therapist: Minneapolis, MN
TraumaPost Traumatic Stress Disorder
Sexual Abuse Anxiety
DepressionSocial Anxiety Disorder
Borderline Personality DisorderSexual Addiction

I believe in a holistic and integrative approach to physical and mental health. Together we will work to address the mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical imbalances that are causing you stress and discomfort; helping you reclaim your path to health and well-being.

Bruce Fischer, PhD, LP, LMFT

Licensed Psychology, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Location: 2840 Humboldt Ave South, Minneapolis 55408
Couple & Family CounselingGroup Therapy-Men's & Women's
Addiction ProblemsAnxiety & Depression
Grief & Loss TherapyAnger Assessment & Management

Bruce Fischer has been providing psychotherapy to adults and teens for over 30 years. Areas he addresses are addictions, depression, couple counseling, personality problems (including BPD), .... His therapeutic approach is warm, supportive, direct and practical.

Suzanne Morgan, MFA, MSW, LICSW


Location: 621 West Lake Street, suite 320, Minneapolis 55408
Eating DisordersMood Disorders
TraumaWomen's Issues
Lgbtq IssuesCouple's Therapy
Identity issues

I provide a dynamic and compassionate environment where the sharing and unpacking of one's personal narratives becomes an integral part of transformation and growth. My therapeutic style is creative and authentic.

Connie Studer, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 3137 Hennepin Avenue South #104, Minneapolis 55408
Couples TherapyTrauma Resolution
Lgbtqq IssuesDepression
AnxietyRelapse Prevention

Are most days a struggle? Heteroflexible Therapy is there to help. Whether you struggle with relationships, addictions, or dealing with the loss of a loved one, we will work together to meet your personal goals. The practice offers a warm and accepting environment.

Renee Segal, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage, Family and Individual Therapist

Location Near Therapist: Minneapolis, MN
Marriage CounselingAffair & Infidelity Recovery
Sex Addcition & Cyber SexSex Therapy
PTSD & TraumaAnxiety, Fears
Co-dependencySexual Abuse & Sexual Assault

The relationship you have with your therapist is an important way that you heal. As such I am warm, engaged & practical. In addition to deep listening, you will feel validated and acknowledged. I don't just "sit there", I am holistic, collaborative and optimistic.

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Counseling Falcon Heights, St. Louis Park, Columbia Heights, Golden Valley, Robbinsdale, Brooklyn Center, New Brighton, Winnetka Hills

If your family enjoys watching professional sports, then you have several choices, such as the Minnesota Twins professional baseball team, the Minnesota Vikings football team, or even the Minnesota Timberwolves professional basketball team.1 There are also many parks to enjoy with the family, such as the Chain of Lakes that has a pathway that is used for biking, walking, or running, with the lakes being used for boating, picnics, ice skating, fishing, or swimming. There are over 20 private schools and academies in Minneapolis, some of which are Blake School, Minnehaha Academy, San Miguel Middle School, Second Foundation School, and Carodelet Catholic School, to name a few. Of course, families always enjoy a good museum, such as the Bell Museum of Natural History, the Weisman Art Museum, Mill City Museum, and many others. Minneapolis has a lot of fun and interesting things to do in and around the city for people of all ages.

Mental Health in Minneapolis

As a state, Minnesota has one of the highest rates of serious mental illness among citizens age 18 and over in the nation.2 The Twin Cities area alone has an estimated 169,000 people living with major depression, schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder and other serious behavioral issues. For the many homeless residents of Minneapolis, rates of mental illness are even higher, with as many as 70 percent of those without a stable home having a diagnosable mental disorder.3

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Minnesota Chapter offers a number of support groups for individuals in the Minneapolis area. Dozens of groups for adults living with mental illness are available, and provide a safe, caring place where individuals can both get and offer support to others. The Young Adults group is available for individuals between the ages of 16 and 20 who have a mental illness. Parents can also find help in the Parent Connection group. A support group for LGBTQ residents is available as well. Many more groups are available throughout the year. Call 651-645-2948 for more information.4

Current Initiatives

The Mental Health Education Project (MHEP) is an ongoing initiative by the Jewish Family and Children's Service of Minneapolis to raise awareness about common mental health issues that children and families face. Through education, training and outreach services, MHEP seeks to develop strong community support for mental health care in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. Improving access to quality care for all people is another primary goal of the initiative. For additional information about MHEP and the programs and services associated with the project, call 952-542-4815.5


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5. Jewish Family and Children's Service of Minneapolis. (2013). Mental Health Education Project. Retrieved from