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Soul Work Counseling
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists
Location: 11108 Zealand Avenue N, Suite #106, Champlin
In the state of Minnesota, licensed mental health professionals fall into several categories based on the type of training they receive, including Licensed Psychologists, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists and Licensed Independent Clinical Social Workers. At Soul Work Counseling in Champlin, MN, we use Marriage and Family Therapists who are trained psycotherapists with special emphasis on treating family and couple relationship issues. We believe that the health of our clients' relationships contributes heavily to their own personal mental, emotional and behavioral health. We specialize in treating the root causes of personal and relationship distress.
Innovative Psychological Consultants, LLC
Innovative Psychological Consultants
Location: 7236 Forestview Lane N, Maple Grove
We have many psychologists at IPC. our psychologists are able to perform specialized psychological testing for the following: ADHD, Learning disabilities, personality testing, cognitive testing, neuropsychological screenings for dementia and the like. They also do psychotherapy and specialize in numerous issues such as chronic pain, sexual disorders, GLBT concerns, addictions, and much more.
Bruce Fischer, PhD, LP, LMFT
Licensed Psychology, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Location: 2840 Humboldt Ave South, Minneapolis
As a psychologist I am continually guided by current theory and research findings in formulating my clinical interventions. This blend of solid science with my warm, pragmatic and direct style has proven to highly effective in my 35 years of clinical work. I’ve trained in a wide variety of individual, group and family approaches to psychotherapy. I have the ability to take complicated theory and make it understandable, practical and useful in increasing your self-understanding, making the changes you desire and resolving the challenges you have struggled with. I also adhere to the highest ethical standards of professional psychology.
Stefanie Bauer, PsyD, LP
Location: 1085 ½ Grand Avenue, Saint Paul
My private practice is called Life Ripples because I believe that each individual is faced with life challenges. Whether we choose to or not. However, we have a choice as to how we respond to it. At times we respond to life ripples in unhealthy ways, which can represent any mental health issue. Life is too short to waste away each day and miss out on an opportunity to make a change. Don't wait.
Mary Hendrickson, Psy.D., LP
Licensed Doctoral Level Clinical Psychologist
Location: 11900 Wayzata Blvd. Suite 216 B, Minnetonka
As a Doctoral level licensed psychologist in private practice, I specialize in adult psychotherapy. I enjoy working with adults from young adulthood to the later stages of life. Developing a therapeutic relationship with you, to allow you to feel supported, listened to and understood is the basis of beginning the therapeutic work. As we learn more about your present and past relationships with yourself and others, you may begin to gain insight and understanding of yourself, others and begin to see new options and choices for you. Therapy is a place to begin to open up your mind to new thoughts and ideas. Therapy is about making the changes you want to enhance your life.
Brian Stawarz, LP, LMFT, LLC
Licensed Psychologist & Marriage & Family Therapist
Location: 100 West 46th Street, Suite 2C, Minneapolis
I have paired the practice of Psychology with my Marriage & Family Therapy training in an integrated fashion, after 27 years of listenng to and interacting with professionals of mutiple disciplines and training histories within communty clinics and private practice. Psychology brings a rich history of attention to the behavioral, emotional and cognitve components of our inner life.
Sonja Benson, Ph.D., L.P.
Licensed Doctoral Level Counseling Psychologist
Location: 600 Twelve Oaks Center Drive, Ste. 219, Wayzata
Some people get confused as to the difference between a psychologist, a psychiatrist and any other mental health provider. We psychologists earn doctoral degrees in a field of psychology after 5-6 years of graduate school. We don't prescribe medications. As a counseling psychologist, I have advanced training in theories and systems of therapy, in psychological testing, in research methods, in vocational counseling and in the treatment of a number of specific issues, as well as hundreds of hours of supervised clinical experience even before my degree. I uphold the Counseling Psychologist model of looking for strengths upon which to build.
Timothy McCarthy, PhD, LP, LMFT
Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Marriage-Family Therapist
Location: 8400 Normandale Lake Blvd #920, Bloomington
As a PhD psychologist and marriage–family therapist for over 28 years my approach has been highly influenced by the executive coaching and consulting work I've done in the business world where there is a high demand for results. Many clients have given feedback that I'm much more active and involved compared to therapists they've seen in the past, and they appreciate this rather than just sitting back and listening without much comment. I have a very strong desire and commitment to help every client that I see make major changes in their life leading to greater fulfillment and happiness—this is what I strive for with every individual!
Kalli Matsuhashi, MA, LP, LMFT, LPCC
Licensed Psychologist & Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 4660 Slater Rd., Suite 245A, Eagan
As a psychologist, I use my training to help people resolve the issues that are keeping them from living the life they want to live. This is partly done through the use of Narrative Therapy, although other models of therapy also inform my work. I can diagnose mental health issues if this is useful for my client, although it isn't required. As a psychologist, I cannot prescribe medications, but I can provide you with referrals to psychiatrists (who do have this training and the needed credentials) if this is desired.
Gary Beaver, M.A., L.P.
Location: 4141 Old Sibley Memorial Highway, Eagan
During my more than 20 years of practicing as a psychologist I have found that it is often necessary to go beyond conventional therapies and perspectives in order to be truly effective as a therapist. That is why I have grounded my practice in integrative, mind/body therapies which have proven effective and which are able to address issues on a much deeper level and more rapidly than is typically the case with conventional therapies. I try to provide my clients with the kinds of innovative and effective therapeutic modalities that I myself would seek out. Please see my website for more detailed information about the therapies I use.
Psychologist Fridley MN.
A Fridley MN psychologist can assess, diagnose and treat a vast array of issues and disorders. Anxiety, depressive, disassociate, impulse-control, mood disorders, and personality disorders are just a few of the conditions (see DSM-IV) that a qualified psychologist Fridley, MN is capable of treating. Psychology is the ream of the mind, personality and behavior. In addition to diagnosing and treating mental disorders, Fridley MN psychologists are adept counselors and well qualified in helping individuals, families, relationships, and marriages in Minnesota. If you are seeking a psychologist Fridley, MN, Theravive is ready to help you today.
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