Megan is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who works with adolescents and adults. Megan believes that authenticity helps create a comfortable and safe environment for her clients. She uses a blend of Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, strength based approaches, and mindfulness practices to help bring her clients closer to their goals. Megan is also trained in EMDR and specializes in working with individuals who have experienced trauma. She works with those experiencing anxiety, depression, personality disorders, self harm, addictions, obsessive compulsive disorder, relationship issues, or those who are looking to gain a deeper understanding of themselves.
Therapy for Trauma
Have you been feeling lost, confused, stuck, or without some sense of control in life? You are not alone, as many of us have been where you are and felt how you feel. Seeking help from a therapist can be the key to finding passion in life, learning new ways of overcoming obstacles, and begin experiencing a more desired way of being. Therapy with Nick emphasizes fostering a safe, nonjudgmental, compassionate environment. Nick enjoys working collaboratively with clients where problems are explored through a lens of curiosity, where space is created for new perspectives, attitudes, and behaviors in the healing process. Nick has experience assisting clients with life challenges such as anxiety, depression, LGBTQ+ difficulties, mood disorders, trauma, life-transitions, grief, and substance abuse. Nick received his Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, and has experience working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families in both individual and group therapy settings. Nick also has a background in individual and group Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
Mary has been a practicing therapist for 23 years. She has worked with adults who struggle with eating disorders and trauma for the majority of those years. Mary is trained in EMDR, Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) and Brainspotting. She also incorporates elements of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy into her therapy practice. All of these therapies are designed to assist individuals in processing trauma, empower themselves and replace negative sensations with neutral or positive sensations. Mary is compassionate, empathetic and she creates a safe space that facilitates healing. She strongly believes that people have the resources and inner strength to overcome adverse experiences. She also addresses each client as a person with unique circumstances and collaboratively works with them to achieve their goals in therapy.