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mental health therapies

Outpatient Mental Health

If you, or someone you know, is feeling anxious, depressed or overwhelmed, we are here to help. Our multicultural licensed therapists offer individual, family or couples therapy sessions for all ages.

We offer comprehensive mental health services.

We use a variety of outpatient mental health therapies rooted in evidence-based (proven) practices. We personalize your treatment plan for what you or your family needs.

We believe that healing happens in the context of relationships. We listen, work to establish trust and partner with you to tap into your inherent strengths and resiliency to overcome life’s challenges and improve overall health.

Some modalities we offer:

  • Individual Psychotherapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Couples Counseling
  • Transgender Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Trauma focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Art-based Therapy
  • Play-based Therapy
  • Theraplay®
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Mindfulness

Services available can vary by therapist, so please check out our therapist profiles for more information.

We are not the ones who create change. You and your family make changes to your lives and how you do things to become healthy. We provide support, ideas and accountability to foster your pathway. 

Emily Geffre, Director Outpatient and Early Childhood Therapies  

Program Overview

What are the program goals?

We are here to help people improve mental well-being and be able to sustain it. We work with you to build resiliency, gain new skills and inherent strength to meet life’s challenges.

Who is this for?

We serve all ages of individuals, families and children seeking mental health services. No referral is necessary.

What is the cost?

Hourly rates vary based on therapies and diagnostic assessments.

We accept the following forms of payment:

  • Private pay
  • Most Insurance Plans
  • Accept qualifying and contracted Employee Assistance Plans (EAP)

Where is it located?

Therapists are available at our two clinic locations:

For more information contact Emily Geffre.

Meet our therapists!

 Our culturally diverse therapists begin by listening to clients and then co-creating goals and treatment plans to improve their lives. We offer individual or group therapy sessions at our clinics, at home, at school or at other community sites. Our licensed therapists use a variety of evidence-based methodologies. Services available can vary by therapist, so please check out our therapist profiles for more information.

What Makes Us Different

Our Use of a 2Gen Approach

We use a two-generation (2Gen) approach, meaning we look at the whole family dynamics. We offer individual, couples and family therapy. We can accommodate all of your family therapy needs within our program. We have expertise in working with children (even ages under 5) and we engage the parent/caregiver to help back up the skills we are teaching children. Research shows that parental involvement sustains changes that happen in the context of any therapy with a child over the longer term. 

We are multicultural.

We also provide culturally informed therapy for issues such as depression, anxiety, grief and loss, family issues and trauma. Our culturally diverse therapists understand cultural context because many of us reflect underrepresented black, brown and indigenous people of color, new immigrants and the LGBTQ+ community.

We have multilingual therapists that speak Spanish, Hmong, and Creole (Africans).

Have questions?

Minnesota Rule 29

As a Licensed Rule 29 Clinic, The Family Partnership’s mental health programs are held to strict standards by the State of Minnesota Department of Human Services.