Child Psychologists and/or Child Counselors in Mendota Heights MN.

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Child Counselor

Tamera Mensink, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

I counsel young children who have been through abuse with EMDR therapy. EMDR therapy has shown to work well with children who have experienced trauma. If your child has been emotionally, sexually, verbally or physically abused give them the chance to work through these issue before it is too late. Please make an appointment for your child to have EMDR therapy.

Child Psychologist

Stefanie Bauer, PsyD, LP

Licensed Psychologist

1085 ½ Grand Avenue, Saint Paul, MN

Whether children suffer from a developmental disorder, have been abused, experience changes in their lives, or struggle with behaviors, negative, thoughts or self-esteem, I can teach children and their caregivers ways to make life easier. depending on the child's age, issues, and strengths, I use Play Therapy, DBT, CBT, and Systems Therapy to teach useful tools.

Child Counselor

North Woods Christian Counseling

With training in marriage and family therapy, we're able to work with clients of all ages. It brings us great joy to work with children, and are able to use toys, games, and artwork to help them work through their emotions. Who knew...therapy could actually be fun! We even have one of our offices set up as a "Play Room" so that we can do play therapy, a wonderful way to help children heal. In addition to play therapy, we're also able to provide EMDR therapy for children, a powerful way to heal from traumatic memories. Common issues include anxiety, grief, divorce, trauma, blended families, attachment issues, problem behaviors, and abuse. We will work closely with you to help your child heal.

Child Counselor

JoAnna Smith, MA, LMFT

Therapist/Life Coach

4660 Slater Road Suite 210, Eagan, MN

Children process information very differently from adults and tend not to verbalize their concerns and struggles in a direct manner. Thus, when working with younger kids, I find it best to engage the children in play and/or art. During this process of creative play, kids are able to express themselves (often unknowingly and indirectly) to help aid healing and highlight present barriers to growth. Play is an excellent way for children to practice and build upon their skill set. Some examples of skills developed may include: improving overall communication skills, processing of trauma, stress management, emotional and social etiquette, and increasing cooperative and helpful behaviors

Child Counselor

Kalli Matsuhashi, MA, LP, LMFT, LPCC

Licensed Psychologist & Marriage and Family Therapist

4660 Slater Rd., Suite 245A, Eagan, MN

I work with children from the age of 4 up through the teenage years, on a wide range of issues. The therapy might be talk therapy, talk therapy combined with hypnosis, or play therapy, depending on the situation. I encourage parents to participate in the sessions, although with older kids, I might ask mom or dad to wait in the reception area while I continue working one-on-one with their child. An aspect of my work with kids that both kids and their parents really appreciate is the practice of "externalizing" the problem - meaning, the problem is the problem, not the child. The kids I work with feel respected and heard, and this helps move them forward against the problem and happier!

Child Counselor

CenterLife Counseling

Children have worries, fears, intense emotions, and issues with change and past trauma, just like adults. And like adults, they sometimes need help in processing these experiences. Children do not have the same ability as adults to be able to identify, understand, and talk about their feelings. That is where play therapy comes in. In play therapy, children use play to express and process their troubles. Our therapists work closely with the parents to help their children deal with their feelings and the behavior issues that are often attached. We have several play therapists that can work with you and your children.

Child Counselor

Amanda Vaske, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

2103 County Road D E, STE A, Maplewood, MN

It’s probably fair to say that most teens loathe the thought of therapy. Most teens are in therapy only because their parents and/or some adult in authority somewhere has told them they must see a therapist. Consequently, teens often find most standard, attempts to 'engage' them infuriating. In therapy, my goal is to help facilitate healthy maturation, to help develop a concept of an independent self, and to help the teen to develop/utilize positive coping strategies that will help reduce distress in everyday life and development.

Child Counselor

Barbara Schnichels, MSSW, ACSW, LICSW

Resilience Therapist and Coach

2100 County Road 42 W, Burnsville, MN

I can coach the parent on the behavior change goals that you determine with your family therapist on my integrative health team. The family therapist does the family therapy and I coach you through the process of change if you want additional individual support. Sometimes it is not that easy to change family dynamics and I am the behavior change expert. Please contact me for a free consultation.

Child Counselor

Anna Grimm, LMFT, EAGALA Certfied

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

I enjoy working with young children as it allows me to fully embrace my creative and energetic side! I connect well with them, and help them understand themselves and life experiences through art and experiential therapies (including play and equine assisted therapies). I often times include the larger families in the process in a way that educates parents and strengthens the parent-child bond. I offer home-based therapy, or the more traditional office setting.

Child Counselor

Barbara Benson, RN, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

I treat children as young as 4 years old with anxiety and/or behavior problems. I involve parents heavily through joint sessions with the child and parent education sessions where we discuss specific issues they're facing and how to manage them. When working with young kids, I only see them 45-50 minutes a week, so it is vital that parents learn effective strategies to help their child at home between sessions.

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Child Psychologist in Mendota Heights MN.

If you have children who need professional counseling, a child psychologist Mendota Heights MN, child therapist with Theravive is the best place to turn to. Each Mendota Heights MN child psychologist with us has experience and training working with children and understands the unique dynamics involved in the treatment of a child in Minnesota. We hope you will contact one of our Mendota Heights MN children's therapists or child psychologists for Mendota Heights, MN child counseling services and assessment.

Welcome to our network of Minnesota therapists who specialize in counseling for children. A Mendota Heights MN child psychologist or child counselor is a vital resource for helping your child move through and heal from difficult issues for healthy development. All of the therapists and psychologists listed here specialize in helping children and do so with caring and compassionate values that are important to you. Choose a qualified child psychologist Mendota Heights, MN, or select a Mendota Heights MN child counselor to begin the vital process of healing and helping for your loved one.