Mental Health Groups
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Charlotte Stack, CNS, ARNP- Administrative Director (Forest Lake)- Responsible for Fiscal services and shared clinical management, Psychiatric assessments and medication management with adults

Bruce Cross, MA, LMFT (Forest Lake)- Individual therapy for adults and children ages 6-18.  Marriage, couples and family therapy.  In-Home therapy.  Christian based counseling.  Other specialties include: Abuse, both physical and sexual.  ADD/ADHD, Adjustment disorders, Affective Mood disorders, Anger management, Anxiety disorders, Autism/Asbergers and Post-Traumatic Stress.

Guy Strauss, MA, LP (Forest Lake)- Individuals and couples therapy with adults and teens 18+, treating issues of depression, anxiety, trauma and loss.  Common issues include financial, vocational and relationship challenges, chemical dependency, and men's anger management, cognitive behavioral, strategic and other interventions applied as required by client needs.  Sensitive to individual differences in cultural, spiritual gender, and economic status. Mens Domestic Abuse Group. Psychological Evaluations.

Beth Breen, MSW, LICSW (St. Paul) - Individual therapy for children (5+) and adults. Specializing in therapy with adolescents and women, marriage/couples and family therapy. Other specialties include: depression, anxiety disorders, grief and loss, adjustment disorders and parenting issues. Experience working with clients from diverse cultural backrounds.

Miriam Zachary, MA, LMFT (Forest Lake) - Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples and families. Individual therapy for children (10+) and adults. Mind/body techniques including Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), as well as traditional talk therapy. Works with anxiety, trauma, PTSD, sexual abuse, anger, stress management, spiritual concerns, grief/loss, reconciliation and recovery from divorce.

Kathleen Kroska, MA, LP (St. Paul) - Licensed psychologist with excellent diagnostic and therapeutic skills. Special competencies in mind-body release techniques, spiritual development, well being, EMDR, eating disorders and other compulsive disorders, integrating contemporary methods with the ancient healing arts, and life coaching.

Linda Kordosky, MS, LMFT (Forest Lake) - Individual (adults and youth 10+), couple and family therapy; depression, anxiety, grief/loss, trauma, life transitions/adjustments, aging, attachment, social/behavioral struggles, spiritual concerns, relationship/family conflict, parenting (all ages), marriage restoration/premarital counseling (Prepare/Enrich certified); Christian Counseling offered; cognitive-behavioral, family systems, solution-focused, emotional freedom techniques, and other approaches as needed.

Mary Buchta, MSW, LICSW (Forest Lake) - Individual and couples therapy with adults and teens over 16. Medical conditions treated, but not limited to depression, anxiety, PTSD, adjustment disorder, grief and loss issues, domestic abuse and chronic pain/health conditions. Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people; people from diverse cultures facing adversities. I have 20 years experience working with at-risk populations including but not limited to homelessness and psych/social issues that impact your physical and spiritual health and well being. I offer trust, compassion, ethical care and an environment of utmost safety that fosters and embraces the strength of each individual and honors cultural, spiritual and family values. Being mindful of where individuals are in the present moment, and on their journey to wellness is a strong value I embrace.

Anne Byer, Ph.D., LP (St. Paul) - Individual therapy with adolescents (12+) and adults. Generalist with experience in depression, anxiety, relationship stresses, parenting issues, life balance struggles, and developmental transitions (adolescent, young adulthood, midlife and retirement.)  Counseling approach emphasizing a strong therapeutic relationship while integrating cognitive-behavior strategies, attachment work, and self-acceptance techniques.

Bradley Foss, MSW, LICSW (Forest Lake) - I received a Masters Degree in Social Work from Augsburg College in 2005.  I work with adolescents, families, couples and individuals and specialize in mediating interpersonal conflict, conduct disorders, depression, and anxiety through a strengths-based approach to problem solving.

Sarah Neujahr, MA, LMFT, (Forest Lake) - I received a Masters Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota.  I respect each person's unique journey through life and believe in the powerful healing impact of relationships while providing professional therapy services to (ages 16+) individuals, couples, and families.  I acknowledge that making changes is a process that can be challenging and seeking help takes great courage!  I work with clients to build on strengths and nurture healthy connections.  I utilize a cognitive behavioral approach that addresses ineffective patterns of thoughts and behaviors.  I have experience working with people struggling with life transitions, depression, anxiety, relationship and family issues, stress management, and difficulties coping with grief/loss.