I am a body positive therapist who specializes in working with eating disorders and how they relate to sexuality. Additionally, I work with treating trauma, personality disorders, depression, anxiety and children with emotional behavioral issues.
Through a feminist, sex positive lens, I work with couples and individuals as they work on issues relating to: body image distortion, eating issues, and sexual concerns relating to body image and eating disorders. I work with people of all ages and identities. I view therapy as a journey and look forward to walking alongside you.
I specialize in helping individuals experiencing difficulties related to gender and sexuality, chemical dependency and family change.
I use cognitive behavioral, narrative, and mindfulness techniques to provide counseling that is tailored to each person’s individual needs. I provide an LGBT*Q and Sex-Positive approach to create an open and accepting environment free of judgment and stigma.
Focus areas include body image, obsessions and compulsions, anxiety, launching into adulthood or new life phases, desire, sexual pain, intimacy, and power play/differentials in relationships.
I am a sex and relationship therapist focusing on issues of trauma and attachment. I enjoy working with couples in a tough place, such as those deciding whether to open up the relationship or close it off. Finally, I like working with adolescents and young adults, and have experience working with families around sexual trauma and development. I also practice using EMDR.
I am a body-centered psychotherapist and educator; specializing in individual,
couples, and sex therapy. My work combines standard Western protocols with Eastern, healing methods like yoga and energy healing.
decades of experience with the mind-body connection; I have witnessed
countless individuals receive valuable insights through signals from their
body. Using these insights as a path to healing, clients can begin to feel joyful,
passionate and whole, while creating the interpersonal intimacy they long for.
As an educator, my work has been featured in the Minneapolis Star/Tribune
and Yoga Journal. I look forward to teaching workshops here at Cedar Hill!
My specialties include working with those struggling with sexuality concerns, LGBTQIA, life stressors, depleted self-worth, relational and martial concerns, as well as trauma that can show up as anxiety and depression.
I enjoy working with adults, adolescents, couples, and families with a wide range of emotional, behavioral, overall adjustment concerns. I maintain a balance of using both traditional and non-traditional perspectives to offer support and guidance for many of the issues that complicate our personal and professional lives. I believe in empowering clients so they can begin to consider healthy and constructive alternatives to their lives. I assist people in finding courage to face their fears, discover the strength to heal, and create balance in their lives.
Through conversation, genuine compassion, humor, and intuition, I offer clients safety to create subtle and powerful changes.
Therapy is an invitation to transform ourselves, our relationships, and our lives. Licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist since 2010, I have been working in the field for over 10 years. I am an MN-BMFT Approved Supervisor, AAMFT Approved Supervisor and Clinical Fellow, and an associate professor in an accredited graduate program. Whether you are healing past hurts, needing support and clarity around a current challenge, or exploring new possibilities, I am honored to walk with you on the journey.
I specialize in working with couples and individuals experiencing challenges related to sex. For couples, this might look like having different levels of desire, struggling with infidelity, or managing the effects of past sexual trauma
Individuals may want to address performance difficulties, sexual pain, or struggles with past sexual abuse. I’m also passionate about working with individuals and couples that are considering or going through separation or divorce, as you seek to heal and build a new kind of family. My goal in therapy is to create a safe environment where we can openly address your challenges. I welcome clients of all relationship styles and backgrounds, including the LGBTQ community and those in non-traditional relationships. I hold a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.
I am a couples and relationship therapist specializing in working with non-monogamous relationships, couples with communication difficulties, and masculine identity issues.
I have more than 5 years experience as a sex positive sex educator in which I worked extensively with queer (LGBTQ), poly and kink communities. I view therapy from a client centered model in which goals are negotiated and your journey is the focus. I speak in analogy and I will most likely make a number of comic book references in session.
I take special interest in working with individuals who are experiencing trouble in their relationships due to self-esteem/body issues, anxiety, and depression.
I am a relational therapist with a Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. I have experience working with couples and families coping with chemical dependency and substance abuse. Other interests include working with couples who struggle with sex, intimacy, and communication.
My passions include sexuality, gender and desire difficulties, sexual trauma, body-mind integration, and mindfulness.
I am a marriage and family therapy Practicum Student which means I work closely with my supervisor to create a supportive and helpful environment for my clients. As a systemic therapist I focus on relationships: the relationships we have with ourselves, the other people in our lives, and the larger world. My lens as a practitioner is informed by my experience as a sex educator and my work with queer (LGBTQ), kink/BDSM, non-monogamy/polyamory, body positive, feminist, and sex worker communities.
I love working with anxiety, self-identity and esteem concerns. I also enjoy helping clients navigate issues related to sexual functioning and desire within the context of individuals and relationships.
I am a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. I am poly, kink, and LGBTQ friendly. I work with individuals, and relationships. I work from a systemic approach with an eclectic style which includes psychodynamic, cognitive‐behavioral, emotion-focused, and strengths-based perspectives. In addition I am a certified
PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator. I strive to promote opportunities for self‐acceptance, engagement with support networks, and positive change within the lives of others.
I work with children, adolescents, and adults, and specialize in working with trauma, alternative relationship styles, sexual difficulties, and relationship issues. I am trained in EMDR levels I & II.
My number one goal as a therapist is to create a comfortable, non-judgmental environment for all clients regardless of identify, background, or lifestyle. I work through a trauma-informed and systemic lens, and my approach is sex-positive, kink-aware, and LGBTQ friendly.
I have five years of experience working with polyamory, kink, queer, and LGBTQA-specific dynamics. I also specialize in helping individuals reclaim sexuality following religious/spiritual abuse.
I am a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) specializing in sexuality and relationships. As a special interest, I offer public education on a variety the topics including polyamory, body image and sexuality, overcoming purity culture and sex-negativity, feminism and BDSM, gender inclusivity and awareness, and un-learning jealousy.
My areas of special interest include families coping with chemical addictions, anxiety & depression, grief & loss, and intimate relationships.
I empower couples, individuals, and families to overcome personal obstacles. I assist my clients to find an understanding of themselves in order to strengthen their connections and their relationships. I am a relational therapist and have my Masters’ degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.
I enjoy working with individuals and couples. I specialize in marital issues, anxiety, depression, trauma and women’s issues.
I have been licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist for 15 years. I am also a Board Approved Supervisor for the Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy. I hold a seat on the Executive Committee for Minnesota Women in Psychology. I use a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy along with relaxation techniques such as yoga, meditation and mindfulness to address both the body and the mind. Given the right tools, you can achieve less stress, more balance and more peace in your daily life.
I work with sexual identity that includes transgender questions or issues, childhood sexual abuse, and any sexual concerns with youth and children; sexual issues that present in couples; and the sexuality of women entering new phases of their lives.
I am a Marriage and Family Therapy student with more than ten years of experience teaching a comprehensive sexuality curriculum for all ages and many more working with families. I believe that sexuality is an essential part of being human and am here to help those struggling to integrate healthy sexual attitudes and behaviors into their lives. Conversations about sexuality in families can often be difficult, especially with children. I am an ally, advocate and LGBTQ++ friendly.