Amanda Markowski, LICSW
I strive to provide a supportive and non-judgmental environment to help you learn more about yourself, gain skills to navigate life’s challenges, and live an authentic, fulfilled life. I offer culturally responsive therapy in English and Spanish. My areas of specialty include working with clients experiencing anxiety, OCD, life transitions, low self-worth, and trauma. I enjoy working with clients who identify as LGBQ+, transgender, and/or gender expansive. In my practice, I utilize a range of methods including person-centered, relational, self-compassion, mindfulness-based, and acceptance and commitment therapies. I am also trained in Adaptive Internal Relational (AIR) Network therapy, a neuro-developmental, competency-based model of therapy for complex PTSD and dissociation.
Cade Finn, LAMFT, LADC
I primarily work with individuals, couples, and families with addiction, relationship, or sexual concerns. I have many years experience working as an addiction counselor within the LGBTQIA+ community. I have a passion with working with transgender* individuals, their partners, and families. I utilize empowerment, compassion, and humor in session. Therapy is hard work and sometimes we will need to laugh. Remember, you are NOT your problems and you CAN find joy in your life. I feel that people are not their problems and that we must learn to separate ourselves from them so we do not feel shame or stigma in order to achieve our desired goals. I am a systemic thinker and want to understand an individuals view of the world, their environment, and what they want out of life. I want to help empower people to feel happy and healthy in whatever way that looks like for them.
Trinty Parker-Grewe, LGSW, LADC – Telehealth Only
I work alongside people who are navigating the ups and downs of life, seeking healing from loss as well as traumatic experiences, and finding freedom in the recovery of their mental health. I believe therapy can be one of many powerful tools that allows us to integrate with our authentic self, reclaim our story, connect in a new or meaningful way, and experience a life worth living. My practice is evidenced based, person centered and collaborative. I offer my clients a supportive and open space where they can deepen their relationship with self and others as they pursue change through evidenced based care. As a dual licensed and ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy) trained therapist I specialize in addiction, attachment, loss and grief, as well as trauma. I offer short and long term individual therapy as well as mental and chemical health assessments.
Lauren Ryan, LPCC, LADC
I have been working in the field of co-occurring mental health and addiction for over 5 years, treating individuals coping with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, eating disorders, and those who identify as in recovery. I meet my clients where they are at, and work with them through all walks of life.
Lisa Sweere, LADC, LPCC
I help people who struggle with substance use reach their goals and celebrate their successes. I aim to create a safe space where clients can share their struggles and hardships in an attempt to understand how their past patterns have made an impact on their current life choices. Together with my clients and their families, I encourage improvement in relationships, self image and overall quality of life. I believe it is important to work collaboratively in order to navigate life’s challenges to reach your goals.
Kathryn Murphy, LICSW and LADC
I enjoy meeting people where they’re at in life and working collaboratively to help guide through life’s journey. I am very much an empath, however I can have a compassionately straightforward approach. It’s been my privilege the past 10+ years to walk alongside individuals while they work on their mental and chemical health. I have experience with all adult populations, though I specialize in working with the LGBTQ+ community as well as the Native American communities. I typically work with people who have trauma, substance use issues, and/or mood disorders. I often utilize EMDR, CBT, and psychodynamic therapy while sometimes adding elements of DBT and IFS. My therapy dog Meeko also joins me in creating a healing space for everyone.
Terry Post, MS, LADC
I help people overcome life’s challenges so that they can grow and find the happiness they desire. I have a long history of working with those struggling with addiction as well as concerns related to sex and intimacy. From a mental health perspective, I work with clients who have anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship problems and some personality disorders. I use DBT (dialectical behavior therapy), solution focused, and reality therapy/choice theory believing that what we do and how we think ultimately creates how we feel. I also believe that creating and enjoying our attachments and relationships is an essential part of our wellbeing. I am also trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) for the treatment of trauma and PTSD. I welcome both adults and adolescent clients as well as some couples. I am sex positive and many of my clients identify with the LGBT community.
I believe that creating and enjoying our attachments and relationships is an essential part of our wellbeing. I am also trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) for the treatment of trauma and PTSD.
Holly Robinson, LICSW
I believe in an empathic approach to therapy. It is important to me to meet clients where they are at, using a strengths-based and nonjudgmental approach. I draw from a variety of therapy modalities, including cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, motivational interviewing, illness management and recovery and dialectical behavioral therapy. Additionally, I am trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) for the treatment of trauma and PTSD. I believe in providing a safe and welcoming environment that allows individuals to effectively manage their lives and reach their highest potential.
Tim Winchell, LICSW
I enjoy working with people to resolve the problems that are interfering with their life and happiness. Some common concerns I address in practice include depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol issues and PTSD. I welcome working with other members of the LGBTQ community to address issues that are often specific to our experiences. My hope for my clients is that we can work together to resolve their past, improve their experience in the moment, and reach the future they see for themselves. I often utilize EMDR in my work, in addition to traditional talk therapy, problem solving, CBT, DBT and mindfulness based practices.
James Chadwick, LICSW
Cognitive-behavioral and attachment theories comprise the core of my clinical philosophy. How we think and feel shapes our behavior. In therapy we learn basic tools of asking for help and building trust. These skills let us examine our thoughts and emotions to make behavioral changes that support our goals and growth. As a client you are the catalyst for clinical progress and direct treatment planning and decision-making. I draw upon clinical practice in sexual health, chemical dependency, mood disorder, adolescent, and personality disorder settings. I am a licensed graduate social worker pursuing independent licensure through the state of Minnesota and hold a master’s degree from Augsburg College.