Our Professional Staff
Jacqui has experience working with individuals, groups, and families using a cognitive behavioral therapy approach. Group experience includes women's CBT groups and children's coping skills groups. Jacqui has a background working in-home with clients, teaching coping skills to manage symptoms caused by diagnoses. She is passionate about helping individuals live a happier, healthier life.
Jacqui is a certified CBT Therapist and prefers to use a cognitive-behavioral approach with clients, focused on reframing their current thinking in order to cope with their diagnoses and learn proper coping skills. Negative thoughts will be challenged in sessions and a more positive way of living will be taught while examining the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Jacqui is currently not accepting new clients.
Mitchell Olson, MA, earned his master's degree in Psychology and Counseling at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. He enjoys providing individual psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, young adults, as well as couples and families. Mitch incorporates his training in psychology, spirituality and holistic health to cultivate a supportive climate of change and healing. Mitch welcomes clients of diverse cultures, spiritualities, and religions. He has experience working with Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Grief, Sexual Issues, Relationship Conflict, Vocational Issues, Attachment Issues, Stress Management, Mood and Personality Disorders, and Addictions. Mitch is also trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy), Mindfulness, Group Therapy, Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), Solutions Focused Therapy and Career Counseling.
Mitchell is now offering a Depression & Anxiety Skills Group using Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Click here for more information about the group.
Carrie Morgando, M.A. earned her Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Crown College. Carrie's interests include working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, families and those experiencing or impacted by depression, anxiety, family conflict, relationship issues, life transitions, grief/loss, and self-esteem issues. Carrie's focus is on making her clients feel comfortable in a safe and open environment while assisting them in their journey to discover and create change. She is also certified in applied Neuroscience for treating anxiety, panic, and worry.
Deanna received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Ashford University and her Masters Degree in Mental Health Clinical Counseling from Walden University. She utilizes an eclectic, strengths-based approach to therapy pulling on techniques from expressive arts, the cognitive-behavioral therapies, and Dialectical Behavior Therapies to assist clients from all backgrounds to see their full potential and learn appropriate coping skills to overcome the obstacles they are experiencing in their lives. She has her certification in Art Therapy and DBT Strategies.
Jessica Underdahl received her bachelor's degree in Psychology from Minnesota State University, Mankato and is working on finishing her Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Crown College. She has a background completing in home skills training with both adults and children, to help manage symptoms associated with a variety of mental health disorders. Jessica enjoys working with individuals of all ages as well as couples and families. She utilizes an integrated strengths-based approach tailored to her clients drawing from several clinical approaches including cognitive-behavioral therapies and solution focused therapy. Jessica's therapeutic philosophy is based on the belief that the client is the expert on themselves and their life. She enjoys supporting clients to help uncover their strengths and learn new tools and skills that can help result in a fulfilling and balanced life.
Maggie received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology in 2015 from Capella University. She currently is a student at Crown College finishing her Masters Degree in Counseling with an emphasis in Alcohol and Drug Counseling. She has experience providing in home skills training and group skills training with individuals of all ages, with a variety of mental health symptoms. Maggie enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. As each individual struggle is unique, no single therapeutic approach is effective or appropriate for everyone. Maggie pulls from a variety of clinical approaches including Cognitive-behavioral Therapy, Behavioral Therapy, Creative Therapy, and Art Therapy. Maggie thrives to provide a safe and comfortable atmosphere while empowering each individual to work towards their goals to live a healthy and happy life.