Outpatient Services

Description of Services: TSA provides professional mental health services to individuals and families of all ages.  Our clinical staff come from the fields of psychology, clinical social work, and marriage and family therapy and are licensed professionals and/or have advanced graduate training in a mental health field. 

Services generally start with a comprehensive assessment to address presenting problems/concerns.  This helps to identify appropriate recommendations for service needs.  Psychotherapy is one of the services that is most commonly provided in our outpatient setting.  This refers to a range of treatments that can help with mental health problems, emotional challenges, and some psychiatric disorders.  Psychotherapy aims to assist individuals to better understand their feelings and to provide tools to help individuals cope with difficult situations in a more adaptive way.  Psychotherapy services can assist people experiencing a wide range of mental health concerns.  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.

Location(s):  Pine City, Coon Rapids, Lindstrom & Cambridge 

Ages: All ages

Typical Frequency of Services: Based on need

Available Services:

Additional Information:

Many TSA providers have received in depth training to provide more specialized services.  Some of these specialized services include Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Managing and Adaptive Practice (MAP), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Animal Assisted Therapy.

TSA also has several providers who have received in depth training in the assessment and treatment of very young children.  Research shows that young children, including infants, can experience significant mental health problems and that the developmental journey towards positive mental health begins early.  Trauma Informed Child-Parent Psychotherapy (TI-CPP) has been shown to be an effective treatment for children ages birth through six, who have experienced traumatic events, and their parents. Through family therapy, the treatment supports the parent in addressing the child’s traumatic symptoms, while providing developmental guidance and repairing parent-child relationship breaches resulting from the traumatic events.

For more information or to make a referral:

  • Call 320-629-7600 or 651-224-4114
  • Visit our Referral page