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Minneapolis Therapists

Minnesota

100 S 5th St,
19th Floor,
Minneapolis, MN 55402

Services

Anxiety

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health disorder in America and can affect adults, adolescents, and children. Anxiety disorders are characterized by excessive fear and anxiety, and behaviors related to these feelings, such as avoidance of situations that cause anxiety.

Couples Therapy

It’s normal for all couples to go through some turbulence during their relationship. For some, however, stressors such as work, children, finances, and other issues can take their toll. Contact the caring professionals at Thriving Center of Psychology if you and your partner might benefit from couples therapy. Book a virtual or onsite appointment by calling the offices or visiting the website.

Depression

Depression afflicts more than 16 million adults in the U.S., and it’s the leading cause of disability for Americans aged 15 to 44. If excessive sadness interferes with your work and personal life, you can get help from one of the highly skilled therapists at Thriving Center of Psychology. Take the first step by scheduling your appointment online or calling the clinic directly.

Relationships

Many experts believe that conflict between couples is inevitable—even necessary—in a healthy relationship. All couples will experience relational stress at some point. Conflict may arise due to personal problems that carry over into your relationship or it may result from a misalignment of different values, expectations, and/or communication styles.

Self-Confidence

A healthy level of self-confidence allows you to handle life’s setbacks and contributes to an overall positive outlook. However, low self-confidence can hold you back and even diminish the quality of your relationships. Thriving Center of Psychology can help you improve your self-confidence so that you can live your best life.

Substance Abuse

A substance use disorder is the problematic use of a substance that has a significant negative impact on a person’s functioning. If a person continues to use a substance despite harmful physical, psychological, or behavioral consequences, they may have a substance use disorder.