School Services Therapist
St. Louis Park School District 

Kaitlyn is a school based mental health therapist. Kaitlyn views the therapeutic process as a collaboration between client and therapist. She has the personal intention to foster a safe space that harbors authenticity and compassion and promotes growth and healing. Kaitlyn honors each client’s individual story and recognizes that life experiences, environment, relationships, and systems influence overall wellbeing. Outside of work, Kaitlyn enjoys running, cycling, animals and spending time with her family and friends.  

Therapeutic Modalities: person-centered, trauma-informed, cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative, motivational interviewing, solution-focused, strengths-based, and mindfulness-based techniques.  

June 2nd, 2022

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School-Based Therapist 

Kayla provides psychotherapy for high school students and their families in the School Linked Mental Health program. Kayla believes that the therapeutic relationship is the foundation to change, and she continuously tends to this with her students and their families. She approaches therapy with a relational, trauma informed, culturally responsive, and strengths-based lens. Kayla focuses on the multiple systems each person is a part of and how this impacts who they are in the world. She spends her time away from the office with family and friends, hiking, playing board games, puzzling, baking, and meeting as many dogs as she can! 

Therapeutic Modalities: trauma focused-cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), attachment, person-centered therapy, family systems therapy, mindfulness, and motivational interviewing 

Specialties: adolescents, trauma, attachment related concerns, grief and loss, substance use 

Certifications/Trainings: Certified Trauma Professional 

June 2nd, 2022

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School Services Therapist
Wayzata School District 

Nora offers school-based therapy for adolescents. She believes in a relational, narrative, trauma informed, and culturally sensitive approach in providing care. Nora believes that everyone has a story that deserves to be told and heard. She feels that although our pasts have been shaped by our relationships, environment, and experiences we get to work towards changing our story into something we can feel good about. Nora’s goal is to provide a safe, welcoming, and non-judgmental environment where healing can begin.  

Therapeutic Modalities: trauma focused, solution focused, family systems, cognitive-behavioral, and strengths-based. 

June 2nd, 2022

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School-Services Therapist
St. Louis Park School District 

Siobhan provides school-based therapy at St. Louis Park High School for adolescents. Siobhan identifies as a multi-racial, multi-cultural, cisgender, heterosexual female. She is passionate about creating therapeutic relationships where clients are able to reflect and explore multiple aspects of their identities, interpersonal relationship patterns, and gain insight and compassion into the ways they’ve adapted to their world and surroundings. Siobhan works towards creating an inclusive, open-minded, reflective space for clients to reflect, heal, and grow. Outside of Relate, you might find Siobhan playing with her dogs, gardening in the backyard, at yoga classes, or laughing with friends and family.  

June 2nd, 2022

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Office and School Services Therapist
Minnetonka Office 

Dana offers office-based therapy for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Dana also offers early childhood school site therapy for young children and their families. Dana identifies as white, straight, and female. Her approach to therapy is collaborative, relational, genuine, and culturally responsive. She uses an integrative approach, with a developmental and attachment-based lens to help her clients gain insight on how early experiences can impact functioning across the life span.  Outside of work, Dana loves the north woods, to fish, hike, read, listen to music, and spend time with family and friends.  

Therapeutic Modalities: emotion-focused therapy, family systems therapy, play therapy, narrative, mindfulness, spirituality, acceptance, reflection, and self-compassion 

Specialties: Early childhood mental health, trauma informed interventions, grief/ loss, attachment, parenting support/coaching. 

Certifications/Trainings: Prepare/ Enrich, Psychological First Aid. 

June 2nd, 2022

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Office-Based Practicum Therapist 

Minnetonka Office

Katie is an MFT and Art Therapy student at Adler Graduate School. She has previous experience working with children in a day treatment facility. In her practice, she uses art making and mindfulness to help center and empower her clients. With an academic background in cultural anthropology, she values a client’s identity both in the session and out in the community. In her spare time, she enjoys photography, painting, watching movies, and spending time with her cat, family, and friends. 

Specialties: Art Therapy, mindfulness, self-regulation, early childhood, parent education, families.

Trainings: Play Therapy, disordered eating, autism spectrum disorder.

June 2nd, 2022

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