Kendra Schuh, LAMFT
Real talk: you might find going to therapy to be intimidating and a little scary. You might be feeling like taking up space for yourself is selfish and that you should just get by on your own, because “others have it worse” or “it’s not that bad”. If you get one thing from reading this […]
Santi Church, MA
It is very normal and human to struggle. According to Buddha, suffering is an inevitable part of life. So how do you manage this suffering? How do you deal with these difficult feelings and experiences? I’m here to both sit with you and the suffering, and to help guide you through that process. Difficult feelings […]
Judy Wick, Clinical Intern
A diverse range of experiences and challenges have shaped each of us and how we see the world. Each client is different so the way I approach working with each client will also be different. When we meet, I hope to make you feel welcome, heard, and encouraged. Together, we can figure out the best […]
Carla Deneal, MA
Congratulations on making that first step in addressing your mental health needs! I have a passion for helping individuals discover their own expertise and resiliency when it comes to making those meaningful, lasting changes in their lives. Sometimes we get stuck in our own loops or patterns and I like to remind clients that they […]
Lou Lou, Clinical Intern
Hi, my name is Lou Lou. Yes, indeed, my first name is the same as my last name. Please just call me Lou. I am currently attending Adler Graduate School for art therapy via the couples marriage and family therapy track. My undergraduate studies consisted of gender, race, and sexuality studies. Your intersectional identity is […]
Amanda Wolfsteller, MA, LMFT
I am a marriage and family therapist and have been in the mental health field for over 9 years. Here is some information about myself to help you get to know me as a person. Personally: I have been married for almost 19 years, and have three daughters ages 16, 14, 11. I love […]
Rebecca Anderson, MS, MPH, LPCC, LADC, NBC-HWC
Releasing unhealthy thoughts and habits takes time, patience and compassion. Healing is a process. Our goal is working together, to restore mind, body and spirit to optimal health. I value working with individuals in recovery or considering recovery, substance use disorders, medical diagnoses and chronic pain by offering somatic psychotherapy, pain management techniques and health/wellness coaching.
Lindsay Noreen, LPCC
I believe that seeking help is not a sign of weakness, but of strength. I am here to help thosewho are ready to work on themselves, who desire to make an investment into their own wellbeing. Collaboratively, we can work to move past those hardships that keep you stuck, allowingyou to move forward to find healing and wholeness.
Katherine Thompson, MS, LPCC, LADC
I have been a licensed counselor for nearly a decade, working from Moorhead to Minneapolis in various settings and with a wide variety of clients in that time. I’m passionate about what I do and love being part of someone’s process in healing, self-discovery, and more. My goal is to help my clients break down […]
Tracy Doerr, MA LADC
My name is Tracy Doerr and I am a mental health therapist at Parasol. I am a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) and soon to be a Licensed Professional Certified Counselor (LPCC). I went to Minnesota State University for my bachelors in alcohol and drug studies. I completed my credentials and went on to […]
Angela Soley, AMFT
Angela Soley, MA, AMFT: My heart’s desire is for everyone to connect with their innate love, joy, and peace. I believe love and joy are always present within us, they are just often hidden under layers of pain and misunderstanding. Together, we can peel back the layers and bring back your vitality. I love to […]
Melinda Malone, MS
Hello! My name is Mindy and I received my Master’s degree from Capella University. I am so happy to be part of a team and to serve clients at Parasol Wellness Collaborative. Depression and anxiety in adults 18+ are my current specialties. I am passionate about instilling hope and facilitating the process for individuals to […]
Teia Kopari, MSW LGSW
To be a part of a process in which clients heal wounds, enact change, and grow as humans is nothing short of magical – it’s why I do what I do and I strive to offer a judgement free, genuine, and accepting place to do those things. I have enjoyed working with individuals experiencing life adjustments, […]
Sarah Todey, MA
Welcome, my name is Sarah Todey and I am so excited that you are looking or considering therapy. There are many different approaches, techniques and theories in therapy and it can be a bit confusing. Here is my attempt to simplify my approach to therapy in a metaphor, living life is like going on one […]
Dina Reminick, LPCC
I have been in the mental health field for over two decades, and my career as a therapist has led me through a variety of different settings, from mental health clinics to therapeutic foster care, hospital settings, children’s residential treatment, and even the insurance side of the process! My main clientele has been school-aged children and adolescents and their families, but as a trauma trained therapist, I work with all ages.
Miranda Kuschel, MA
Miranda has experience that spans across various settings which have provided expertise and exposure to a variety of perspectives, situations, and life challenges. Miranda has a Bachelors in Psychology from Crown College and a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology. She is working on licensure for Alcohol and Drug Counseling, as well. Miranda has a degree […]
Jen Atherton, LPCC
Jen Atherton is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) with a Master’s Degree in Counseling and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. As a therapist, she views each individual from a “whole person” perspective- integrating mind, body, and spirit, as well as past, present, and future selves. Born into a medical family, Jen is continually seeking […]
Lisa Lounsbury, MA LMFT ATR-BC
As a Board Approved Art Therapist, my aim is to create an active, collaborative, therapeutic relationship with my clients. They bring their life experience and self-knowledge to the therapy space and I guide them through the creative self-expression process to explore concerns, reduce symptoms, and make meaning of circumstances.
Jennifer Doeden, LMFT
I have a passion for helping individuals and families work through anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, loss, behavior challenges, and attachment issues.
Sam Wellman, MA LPCC
I am a licensed counselor who has enjoyed over 10 years in the field of mental health. My passion for helping others find happiness and make the most of their lives continues to grow every day.
Lisa Moen, LPCC
I believe therapy can be beneficial in so many areas, such as seeking clarity in your life, wanting to work through difficult emotions, processing traumatic experiences, challenging negative thinking patterns, and focusing on personal growth. I work to create a safe space in which people can express themselves and feel comfortable with that expression. I […]
Rindie Eagle, MA, LPCC
I believe my role in therapy is to collaborate alongside you to help you discover your wisdom, potential, and inner strengths. I specialize in working with perfectionists, those with a need to please, those with a "roller coaster" of emotions, and those who feel shame.
Leah D. Corder, LMFT
I don’t like writing bios. I get that it’s helpful to know some things about me before deciding to engage in a life changing journey together, I just can’t seem to articulate what my work means to me.