Priyanka Rao is the Chief Clinical Director for Associates in Psychiatry and Psychology. She is a Licensed Psychologist who provides individual therapy for adults and couples therapy. She specializes in working with interpersonal difficulties, trauma, identity development, couples work, anxiety, and depression. She particularly enjoys working with young adults, those struggling within their relationships, and people hoping to explore and understand unique aspects of their identities. Priyanka believes that therapy should be a supportive, rewarding, and at times challenging experience to help clients grow in the ways they want to, and she works collaboratively with clients to help them determine their treatment goals and ensure they are getting their needs met. Priyanka’s therapeutic style is direct, challenging, and supportive, with a healthy dose of humor.
TAMARA CLEMENT, PhD, LP
Dr. Clement has nearly 30 years of experience providing psychological services for children, adolescents and adults. She works with a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression and trauma. She has specialized training in EMDR.
Dr. Clement counts it a privilege to walk with clients in the healing journey. She particularly enjoys encouraging clients who wish to integrate their personal faith in this process. She also has an interest in working with clients to address lifestyle factors, including nutrition and exercise, that profoundly impact emotional, physical and cognitive health.
BEN MONSETH, MA, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Ben is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He holds a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Bethel University in St. Paul, MN. His areas of competency include marriage and family therapy as well as individual therapy, skills training, and psycho-education with children, adolescents, and adults.
In addition to Ben's training in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health challenges, Ben is a trained practitioner of family-systems theory. Ben places an emphasis on helping his clients better understand their desires, hopes, relationships, behaviors, and struggles through the lens of their multi-generational family system and dynamics. Ben also utilizes and is trained in a variety of other therapeutic approaches in supporting his client's hopes for support, healing, and empowerment.
Ben has several years of experience in working as a secondary school administrator, teacher and youth leader within a variety of educational, spiritual, mentoring contexts.
Ben enjoys running, being a part of engaging in/with restorative and hopeful stories, and spending time with his wife, kids, friends and extended family.
KRIS EIDE, MA, LP
In my therapeutic practice, I take a holistic approach to helping clients. In coaching individuals with the challenges, they face in life. I feel it is valuable to address each individual’s unique physical emotional and spiritual needs. I have found my years as a registered nurse, my 25 years as a licensed psychologist and personal faith has prepared me to address my client’s needs.
I work with individuals, couples and families. I have a relational approach to therapy because I believe clients need a trusting and safe relationship with their therapist in order to work through the healing process to make the necessary changes. I use a variety of treatment approaches including:
· Cognitive behavioral therapy
· Mind body work
· Family of origin work
KATHY PAIGE, MA
Mental Health Professional
Kathy has worked for over 26 years as a psychotherapist helping individuals, couples and families with their mental health needs. Her areas of specialization include: anxiety, ADHD, depression, family change and stress, peak performance, post trauma, learning disabilities, grief and loss.
In addition to a holistic approach to treating mental health, several techniques Kathy incorporates in her counseling include EMDR and mindfulness based skills.
ROGER REDDAN, MA, LP
Roger completed his MA in Counseling at the University of Iowa and has been a licensed Psychologist in Minnesota since 1984. He also completed a Spiritual Direction certificate program at the Benedictine Monastery in Pecos New Mexico, focusing on Christian Spirituality and Jungian Psychology. He has a special interest in helping adults integrate spiritually and psychology to find healing and meaning in their life. Journaling, forgiveness work and active imagination are important aspects of his work.
RACHEL LE, MA
Mental Health Professional
Counseling is about more than tools for coping through difficulties in life. I believe the hope and trust you have in your therapist is just as important. I seek to let my clients know first that they are heard and respected. Your story matters, and I want to hear it.
Areas of specialty include: adjustment difficulties, mood disorders, anxiety, OCD, ADHD, couples therapy, and childhood developmental disorders. Since 2012, I have been working with children and teens with autism, developmental delay, trauma, and blended families needing co-parenting support. With children, I offer play therapy, talk therapy, and behavioral modification strategies. Since 2014, I have also been working with teens and adults using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for various mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, and personality disorders.
I would describe myself as an eclectic therapist who enjoys finding which treatment modalities and tools work the best for each client. Counseling is more than my theory, it’s also yours. I want to provide you with options that are the best fit for your life and personality to achieve your goals.
KATHY SLAVICS, MA, LPCC
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
I am a Licensed Professional Clinic Counselor with a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology from Bethel University. I have been in health care for over 25 years, which includes previous work as an Occupational Therapist in a rehabilitation center where I focused on empowering clients to help them reach their goals and improve their quality of life. I strive to provide a safe non-judgmental environment that focuses on my client’s strengths and resilience while using a supportive, empowering approach. I believe it is important that clients view themselves without judgment as they embark on their journey of healing and change.
LINDSAY MAYER, MA, LPCC
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Lindsay Mayer is Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who specializes in working with children and adolescents but also works with families and clients of all ages. Special areas of interest include: anxiety, depression, children and adolescents with challenging behavior, trauma processing, school concerns, divorce, self-esteem issues and life adjustment difficulties. Lindsay also has experience working with children and adolescents in foster care. She enjoys partnering with clients and families through a person-centered lens as well as by using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Lindsay is a firm believer in using a collaborative approach with clients and building a positive and engaging therapeutic rapport. Lindsay believes in the importance of providing all her clients with the tools she uses so that they can utilize them at home.
In her spare time Lindsay enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, cooking and reading a good book.
JEFF GLOVER, MA, LP
Jeff’s specialty area is substance abuse and addiction, particularly in connection with other mental health concerns. Much of his professional career has focused on adolescents and families. Common clients are people unsure whether they may have a problem, people who are certain they have problem, but may not need more formalized treatment, or people who know they have a problem but are looking for support before, during or after formalized treatment.
Working in collaboration with other health providers is important for an overall continuum of care. Jeff’s goal is to meet each client without judgement, and without pre-conceived or personal beliefs about what’s best for their life. He seeks to provide the latest in research for client education, therapeutic practices and a complete array of options for the client to choose from. He will also work closely with loved ones or families of people struggling with substance abuse, providing education and support for the sake of all involved.