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.