Michele Anderson, MA

Michele Anderson is a Mental Health Practitioner-Clinical Trainee. She earned her Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Bethel University.

Michele started at TSA in May of 2019 as an intern and was hired full time in December of 2019. Currently, Michele is working in the Family Based Services program in the Metro area, providing therapy and skills to children, adolescents, and their families in home. She also provides Outpatient services in Coon Rapids to individuals across the lifespan. In addition, Michele works in partnership through TSA with Lakes and Pine Community Action Council in North Branch, providing advocacy training in mental health, as well as Diagnostic Assessment services to individuals in need. Michele has over ten years of experience working with individuals with autism, brain injury, severe and persistent mental illness, and intellectual and cognitive delays, in home, within day program settings, as well as in the schools. She has a strong passion for working with children and families and believes in providing services that encompass the whole individual, so that they may achieve their highest potential. Michele also has extensive training in the Adapted Inter-Relational Network Model (AIR) for trauma work and is certified to provide DC:0-5 Assessments for children under six.