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 Outpatient Mental Health Services

TSA has a professional staff of Licensed Psychologists, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Licensed Clinical Social Workers who are trained and experienced in helping individuals, adults, children, couples and families.  Assessment and therapy can address and treat areas such as: personal mental health problems, relationship struggles, chemical dependency issues, daily living challenges, life stages and transitions and parent/child/family life challenges.

Services and Areas of Expertise (see side bar)

Whether you and/or a family member are wanting help coping with individual or family concerns or assistance in enhancing your relationships with others, our professional therapists are committed to helping clients find meaningful, hope filled lives.

We understand the strengths, needs, and complexities of each unique individual and family system.  

Therapeutic Services Agency, Inc has a number of clinicians on staff trained to provide clients a specialized service utilizing Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
These fine professionals understand, care and have professional competency to provide this evidence base therapy approach to persons who have suffered significant trauma that affects the quality of daily living.
For further assistance and timely appointment availability; please call 320-629-7600 and request services to begin dealing with past hurts and healing.

One couple's remarks:

"...we feel our relationship grows in a healthy way even if it takes time.  As for myself, my anxiety has decreased so much already... I feel more confident, and relaxed with my decisions I make with myself and family/husband."



What is psychotherapy?

Therapy is a process to help people change their thoughts, emotions, and behavior.  Psychotherapy is a process which requires a shared effort between an individual or family and therapist. The therapy starts with an assessment of presenting problems/concerns, recognition and empowerment of client's existing strengths and molding the treatment to fit the client's goals and expectations.

Therapy is a shared effort between an individual or family and the therapist. 

Therapy provides a supportive environment to talk openly and confidentially about a client's concerns, hurts and desired changes that will lead to a more satisfying and fulfilling life. Feeling comfortable with the professional you choose and the style of therapy is important to the success of your treatment. Our offices are warmly decorated and child friendly to help support a positive experience.

Staff will assist in answering questions and scheduling your initial appointment.

Call our Central Scheduling Office at
320-629-7600 (Greater MN Area)
651-224-4114 (Twin Cities Area)


Daytime, evening and Saturday appointments are available in St. Paul, Coon Rapids, Cambridge & Pine City.

Outpatient forms are available (below) for you to print and complete prior to appointment.

Fees and Payment

TSA is in most insurance networks. We also accept private pay, Medical Assistance, PMAPS and county contracts for purchase of services.  We expect co-payment to be paid at the time of services. Further information regarding fees is available at any time upon request and at the time of the initial referral.

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  • Diagnostic Assessment
  •  Individual Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  •  Parenting Assessment and other  specialized assessments
  • Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.



Depression and Anxiety
     Stress Management
     Parenting/Step Parenting
     Adoption Issues
     Physical and Sexual Abuse
     Communication Skills
     Assertiveness Training
     Womenís Issues
     Behavioral Problems
     Children and Teensí Issues






For more information or to make a referral, call:

320-629-7600 or  651-224-4114