Depression Therapist in Minneapolis, MN

  • What is depression?

    Depression is when you feel helpless, hopeless, and worthless for days or weeks at a time and it keeps you from living your life to the fullest.

  • What are some common symptoms?

    Feeling sad or empty
    Losing interest in activities that you used to find enjoyable
    Having a decrease or increase in appetite
    Having trouble falling asleep or sleeping too much
    Feeling like you have no energy
    Having difficulty thinking or concentrating on everyday activities
    Having thoughts that life isn’t worth living

  • What are symptoms of depression commonly seen in children and adolescents?

    Frequent complaints of boredom
    Irritable and/or sad mood
    Worsening school performance
    Withdrawal from friends, activities, and/or hobbies
    Failure to make expected weight gains

  • What are symptoms of depression commonly seen in older adults?

    Neglecting personal care
    Memory problems
    Unexplained aches and pains

  • What are some different types of depression?

    Major Depressive Episode
    This type of depression is characterized by experiencing depression symptoms more days than not during the same two weeks. Major Depression can be mild, moderate, or severe.
    Persistent Depressive Disorder (formerly known as Dysthymia)
    With this type of depression, someone has experienced depression for at least two years (one year for children/adolescents) with little or no relief.
    Seasonal Pattern (also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder)
    This type of recurrent depression is experienced in the fall or winter months.
    Peripartum or Postpartum
    Peripartum depression begins during pregnancy or within four weeks of delivery.
    It is common for people to experience some depression symptoms due to significant events in their lives, such as the loss of a loved one, financial stress, or relationship stress.

  • Warning signs of suicide

    Dangerous or self harming behavior, including reckless behavior and increased substance use
    Changes in attitude or appearance
    Making preparations, such as looking up ways to commit suicide
    Giving away personal items
    Talking about suicide in person or on social media
    Talking about wanting to die or “just not be around anymore”
    Talking about feeling hopeless, trapped, or in unbearable pain
    Talking about feeling like they are a burden to others

  • How is depression treated at CARE?

    Identifying common patterns of negative thinking and turn the into positive patterns
    Learn how to reinforce wanted behaviors while eliminating unwanted behaviors
    Learn skills on how to cope with stress, regulate emotions, and improve relationships with other

  • Additional resources for depression

    Hotlines and Crisis Text Lines
    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
    Call **CRISIS (**274747)
    Text MN to 741741
    Suicide Prevention Resource Center:
    Erika’s Lighthouse (Teen depression):
    American Foundation for Suicide Prevention:
    Families for Depression Awareness:

CARE’s Clinicians are In-Network with a variety of providers:

  • – Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • – PreferredOne
  • – Health Partners
  • – Medical Assistance
  • – UCare
  • – Cigna
  • – Additionally, Out of Network & Out of Pocket options are available.
Margaret Champine, M.A

I’m Margaret and I am so happy you have found CARE Counseling.  Alfred Adler said “The hardest thing for human beings to do is to know themselves and to change themselves.” – this is important perspective to consider when you begin a therapeutic relationship…Read More

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Charlotte Johnson, MA, LPCC

When bad days start to feel like bad weeks, know that you are not alone. It would be an honor to get to know you or your child better and develop an effective plan to address whatever challenges you may be facing at school, work, or home…Read More

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Katie Immerfall M.S

There are countless reasons why people seek therapy – whether it’s the daily stressors of life, relationship struggles, or painful experiences and emotions.  Challenges are a part of life, and no one is immune to them…Read More

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Maggie O’Malley, M.A.

It takes courage to seek support, whether it be during times of suffering or during a period of change, and the focus of my practice is to provide support by working together to cultivate inner strength and self-understanding…Read More

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Stephanie Brace, MA, LMFT

Life throws challenges at all of us – sometimes small ones and sometimes overwhelming ones. It can help to manage challenges with the support of others. Therapy can be such a place… Read More

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Amy Babcock, M.S.

Sometimes in life we face challenges that make it feel like we are climbing Mt. Everest, and our struggles are like 500 lbs of gear we are carrying alone…Read More

Dr. Kristin Kunzman, Psy.D., LP

As a psychologist I take a client centered approach to working with people. That means I really listen to you as you are the world’s foremost expert on YOU…Read More

Heather Svoboda, M.A., LP

Sometimes life is hard, whether for a short blip or for a very, very long time. You don’t have to manage all difficult periods at whatever depths aloneRead More

Anastasia Press, M.A.

Like the sky, our lives bring us a range of weather. Sometimes our lives are clear and sunny, and other times the storms can make us feel stuck and alone…Read More

Greta Gilbertson

Having someone to talk to can make a world of a difference. When going through a difficult, confusing, or stressful time, therapy can be a helpful place to feel heard, supported, and less alone…Read More

Mariah Olvera

“It is easier to build strong children than fix broken men”. This statement helps guide my work with children and adolescents…Read More

Nate Penz, M.A.

Work, school, family, sports, and other life circumstances can be unpredictable and overwhelming. When life throws us curveballs, it is normal to feel helpless, hopeless, and isolated…Read More

Counselor focused on adults with a variety of diagnoses ranging from anxiety and depression to trauma and grief & loss.
Mara Dockendorf, Psy.D., MA, LPCC

There are many challenges in life and talking to someone about these challenges can be incredibly healing…Read More

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Shlomo Schloss, LICSW, MSW

Shlomo specializes in people. Naturally, he has clinical experience in treating symptoms of depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and chronic pain/illness…Read more

Counseling for depression, anxiety, & coping skills.
Jordan Kocon, M.A.

In life, I believe that coming into therapy is one the most empowering experiences.  I admire the tremendous courage it takes to walk into an unfamiliar environment and…Read More.

Uptown Family Therapist
Christina Abate, MA, LAMFT

I create a safe space for children, adolescents, adults, and families to feel heard, validated, and encouraged. I would love the opportunity to help you or your family live a happier, healthier, and more balanced life…Read More.

Counselor in the Twin Cities
Mandy Cowan, M.S.

The world we live in often delivers more punches than we can handle in the moment. The stress of work, school, and relationships…Read More

Minneapolis Counseling
Michelle Hoffman, M.A., LMFT

Life is a journey and I would be honored to be a part of yours.  You are the expert on your life, your child’s life and your relationships…Read more.

Edina Therapy
Shannon Henry, MSW, LGSW

Walking through life can often feel lonely, challenging and stressful. When facing life’s transitions, we might experience sadness, sleep disturbance, loss of interest, and anxiety/worry that seems overwhelming…Read More

Spanish Speaking Therapist
Mark Zaczkowski, MSW, LICSW
I believe that therapy is a unique and creative process every time it happens. I believe that it requires trust, bravery, openness and honesty that goes both ways. No matter who you are and why you might want therapy I will work hard to provide a safe and comfortable space…Read More
Twin Cities and Edina Counseling
Allison Seaburg, M.A.

Life is full of challenges. How we choose to face those challenges impacts the direction of our lives. …Read More

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Heidi Bausch, M.A.

Sometimes life can feel like road construction – roadblock after roadblock, a short detour to long detour, and bumper-to-bumper traffic…Read More

Ben Dockter, M.A.

Once upon a time, there was a child in pain and their parents tried everything in the book to help but it felt like nothing was working and they were lost with what to do next…Read More

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Katie Ducklow, MSW, LGSW

Whether you come to talk about your own life or learn how to care for your child’s needs, I will work to make sure you feel supported, heard, and understood…Read More

St. Louis Park psychologist
Dr. Alison Dolan

I work to help you to illuminate your own unique story in recognizing challenges and strengths, while helping you find your own answers and path on your journey…Read More…

Uptown Child & Adult Psychologist
Dr. Andrea Hutchinson

I understand that seeking out help and letting someone into your personal world can be hard; therefore, I take the time to empathetically get to know you and your family…Read More

Golden Valley therapist
Melody Molina, M.S.

While seeking help may seem daunting, I will approach our sessions with empathy, warmth, and respect as you work towards healing…Read More

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2000 Aldrich Ave S
Minneapolis, MN

Loring Park

310 Clifton Ave
Minneapolis, MN