I specialize in helping individuals experiencing difficulties related to gender and sexuality, chemical dependency and family change.
I provide an LGBT*Q and Sex-Positive approach to create an open and accepting environment free of judgment and stigma.
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.
Locations: Edina, Telehealth
I work with the LGBTQIA+ community, non-monogamous clients, and clients who have struggled to find a place in the therapeutic environment. My focus is on adolescents, non-traditional families, and individuals with a background in trauma, attachment, gender and sexuality, and issues relating to food and body image.
I enjoy working with adolescents and adults working through trauma—with specific interest in early childhood/complex trauma and sexual trauma—attachment, dissociation, self-esteem, gender and sexuality, and issues relating to food and body image.
I accept individuals, families, and couples seeking to increase connection and learn tools for interpersonal healing and the development of deeper communication channels.
I am trained in Somatic Experiencing and integrate DBT, CBT, narrative, mindfulness, and other creative methods based on the needs and desires of the individual. I strive to create a safer space that is free from judgment, through which clients can find self-empowerment to explore and heal. Through a social justice lens, I work with the LGBTQIA+ community, non-monagamous clients, and clients who have struggled to find a place in a therapeutic environment.
Locations: Edina & Telehealth
Focus areas include body image (HAES), 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.
Locations: Edina, Teletherapy
I enjoy supporting individuals & couples through interpersonal conflict, strengthening relationships, developing communications skills, depression, anxiety, and trauma healing. I work with older teens, adults, couples, and adult family members, especially members of the queer (LGBTQ) community, people in non-monogamous relationships, and non-traditional families.
I am a client-centered and trauma-informed therapist with 15 years of experience in the mental health and counseling fields and am trained as a mediator. My approach is rooted in a belief that healing happens in relationship to others and that personal, interpersonal, and societal transformation are deeply connected. My practice is informed by narrative, collaborative, somatic, mindfulness based, critical, and relational therapies in order to shift how we hold pain in our bodies, our stories, and our relationships. I am not currently accepting new clients, and have excellent referrals for people wanting services.
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.
Pronouns: he/they. I'm committed to my work as an affirming therapist for LGBTQ+, kink, and other non-binary, sexual, and relationally diverse communities.
I'm a 1st generation born American, with family roots in North India and Pakistan. As a person who has struggled with taboo topics, I understand the challenges connected to both being the person seeking therapy and receiving. I seek to create a safe environment where people can discuss fears, beliefs, and dreams about themselves.
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 love working with the overlapping and diverse cultural communities of kink, non-monogamy, Paganism, and geeks. My interests include relationships, women’s issues, sexuality, health/chronic pain, disability, life transitions, self-esteem, spirituality, and creativity.
I incorporate Adlerian, Narrative, Mindfulness, DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), and integrative wellness concepts into my approach, using psychoeducation to help you understand yourself and life in a culturally aware context of racial and social justice.
I am LGBTQ+-knowledgeable and take a sex-positive and non-judgmental approach to gender and sexual diversity, and I welcome BIPOC. I enjoy working with adolescent and adult individuals, couples, and other relationships.
I take special interest in working with individuals who are experiencing relationships issues due to self-esteem/body concerns, anxiety, and depression.
I am a relational therapist and have experience working with couples and families coping with chemical dependency and substance abuse. I also work with polyamory. Other interests include working with couples who struggle with sex, intimacy, and communication.
Locations: Edina, Teletherapy
I enjoy helping clients navigate issues related to sexual functioning and desire within the context of individuals and relationships. I work from a systemic perspective with people from all relationship styles and identities.
My work is collaborative, and I strive to promote opportunities for positive change in the lives of those I encounter. In addition I am a certified PREPARE/ENRICH
facilitator and can work with couples as the begin to grow their lives together.
Locations: St. Louis Park, Teletherapy
I have an interest in working with trauma-- specifically with victim-surviviors of sexual violence and their partner(s) I have a sex-positive approach to relational work and am affirming of kink, polyam, and LGBTQIA+ communities
I have an interest in working with trauma-- specifically with victim-surviviors of sexual violence and their partner(s) and have spent the past 2.5 years as an advocate at a rape crisis center. I have a sex-positive, pleasure-positive approach to relational work and am affirming of kink, polyam, and LGBTQIA+ communities. I, myself, am a bisexual, biracial Latina, and therefore, I resonate with defining and defending your identities as YOU see fit. I seek to acknowledge and embrace the intersectionality and nuances of life as we work together to navigate the world around us. I firmly believe that you are the expert of your own life-- I am simply here to support you however I may and perhaps provide a new perspective to your story.
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 degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Locations: Edina, Teletherapy
I work with individuals, couples, adolescents, and adults. I specialize in working with alternative relationship styles, Health At Every Size, trauma, identity, sexual difficulties, and relationship issues.
I’m passionate about working with individuals and couples. My goal in therapy is to create a safe environment where we can openly address your challenges, healing, and safety. I welcome clients of all relationship styles and backgrounds, including LGBTQIA2 folx and those in non-traditional relationships. I am specifically motivated by an overt commitment to social justice and my work reflects this lens.
Locations: Edina, Telehealth, Coming Soon: Uptown location
I enjoy working with people to overcome obstacles such as relational issues, chemical dependency, conflict, grief/loss, anxiety, and depression. I work from an integrative approach with clients, collaborating on techniques that can be used to support your success long after formal treatment is complete.
, TI have extensive experience working with adolescents experiencing co-occurring issues. I have provided counseling for couples who are working through relational challenges and life-cycle transitions. I offer teletherapy service to accommodate busy schedules. I'm committed to providing an empathetic, honest and high-quality experience to each and every person I work with.
I serve on the MAMFT board as the PR committee chairman and I'm also a MN state-approved supervisor for MFT's and LPC/LPCC's.
Locations: St. Louis Park, Edina, Telehealth
I work with children, couples, and families on emotions that feel out of control, trauma, family conflict, gender and sexuality concerns and issues unique to the queer and transgender experience.
I work with children, couples, and families on emotions that feel out of control, trauma, family conflict, gender and sexuality concerns and issues unique to the queer and transgender experience. Through my intuitive and body oriented approach, my clients tune into their innate wisdom, discover internal balance and connect with the people they love. In my work with youth, play therapy is a passion, and I especially love working with pre-school and elementary age kids! In my work with adults, I proudly offer space for folks who identify as kinky, polyamorous, body positive, and sex workers.
Locations: Edina, Telehealth
Allen Stock is a Licensed Psychologist who specializes in neurocognitive and diagnostic assessment of children, adolescents and adults.
His work includes: ADHD, learning disorders/disabilities, mood disorders (like depression or anxiety), memory and executive function deficits, emotional and behavioral issues, Autism Spectrum Disorders, substance abuse, traumatic brain injury and chronic/persistent mental illness.
Allen is a life-long resident of the Twin Cities. He has worked as a mental health professional in the Twin Cities since 1986 (LP since 1992). Allen has conducted assessments in clinical and academic (k-12 and post-secondary) settings, for forensic purposes and in correctional facilities throughout Minnesota. Allen works in collaboration with all concerned parties to formulate a comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan.
Locations: Edina, St. Louis Park
Trauma-informed, I'm experienced working with couples, adults, and teens with anxiety and depression, trauma, and addictive cycles. I work from a sex-positive lens to discuss how healthy boundaries, communication, and self-acceptance can enhance our lives. EMDR certified.
I am passionate about working with issues related to sexual health because I believe sexuality is an essential component of our personhood. My goal as a sex and relationship counselor is to create a safe place for clients to learn how to enjoy their own sexuality to the fullest. I am experienced working with adults and teens from a sex-positive lens to discuss how healthy boundaries, communication, and self-acceptance can enhance our lives. My approach is to evaluate what messages one may have received about values, bodies, relationships, and sexual behaviors in order to encourage a more authentic expression of self.
Adults, couples, sexual health, individual psychotherapy, group therapy, psychosexual evaluations. Eclectic approach: Client-centered, psychodynamic, existential, behavioral, CBT, EMDR, DBT, systems, as tailored to the client’s needs.
Locations: Edina, Maple Grove, Teletherapy