Amy Lee is a Licensed Professional Counselor under supervision and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor with a Master's Degree in Counseling and Psychological Services. Amy has worked in outpatient and inpatient mental health and chemical dependency programs providing individual and group therapy to adults age 18 and older. Her specialties are depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, trauma informed care, and chemical dependency. Amy enjoys working with women who are struggling to balance their work, home, and social life. She believes each client has the ability to create the life they want to lead and with some direction and support can achieve that life.

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Brittany Reinke, MS LMFT

Brittany Reinke is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from St. Cloud State University. She enjoys and is dedicated to working with adults, couples, and families to help clients find hope, strength, and healing within themselves and their relationships. She is passionate about working with people who have experienced trauma and is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), which is a helpful tool in therapy for individuals wanting to work through their trauma. She has experience in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, family conflict, women's issues, and self-esteem.

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Noel Kern, MS LMFT

Noel Kern completed her bachelor's degree in Community Psychology from St. Cloud State University in 2011 and her Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from St. Cloud State University in 2014. Noel is a cognitive behavioral/family systems trained therapist who has worked with children, adolescents, families, individuals, and couples who have been impacted by sexual abuse and trauma. She has facilitated group, individual, and family therapy sessions. Noel facilitated healthy relationships/healthy sexuality classes for both adolescents and adults. Additionally, she worked with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families with a wide variety of mental health and relationship concerns (marital and relationship problems, separation/divorce, depression, anxiety disorders, autism, trauma, PTSD, grief and loss, life transitions, personality disorders, ADHD, serious and chronic mental health disorders, behavioral concerns, court ordered/legal issues, chemical dependency, anger management, co-dependency, interpersonal relationship concerns, parenting concerns, childhood disruptive behaviors, LGBT, sexual abuse, sexual victimization, pornography struggles and sexual concerns). Noel uses a solution focused therapy approach to assist clients in reaching their goals for recovery. Noel has training and experience completing diagnostic assessments for individuals birth through adults. Noel is a Minnesota Department of Health and Services approved Comprehensive Multi-disciplinary Evaluation (CMDE) provider qualified to provide Early Intensive Developmental and Behavioral Intervention(EIDBI) services to determine an individual's medical necessity for EIDBI services for children on the autism spectrum. Noel has experience with mindfulness-based stress reduction and enjoys teaching her clients mindful coping strategies to manage their thoughts, feelings, and experiences.

Noel is very passionate about helping others to live their best life. She believes it is essential to provide a safe and non-judgmental environment for all of her clients to explore their thoughts and feelings. Outside of work, Noel enjoys spending time with her family and friends.

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Heather Anderson, MS LMFT, PhD LP

Heather is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Psychologist. She specializes and has experience in working with individuals, couples, and families. Heather received her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Minnesota and her Master's Degree from St. Cloud State University. Heather completed her Ph D. in Clinical Psychology at Walden University. Her dissertation topic was on exploring the lived experiences of rural transgender (gender nonconforming, genderfluid, and nonbinary) adolescents and social media. Heather's approach to therapy and client care is integrative, collaborative, client-centered, and includes focusing on the goals and needs of her clients. Heather believes that everyone's story is unique and she enjoys seeing transformation and growth with her clients. She utilizes strengths-based, solution-focused, experiential, cognitive-behavioral, and family systems models to offer a personalized approach tailored to each client. Heather is committed to assisting each individual build on their existing strengths to live their best possible life. Heather's experience includes working with clients who struggle with symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, attachment, family issues, self-esteem, relational problems, gender dysphoria, adolescent issues, anger, communication and conflict resolution, grief and loss, suicidal ideation, and self-injurious behaviors. Heather provides mental health services for clients in adolescence through late adulthood.

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Marie Bourne, MS LPCC

Marie is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor experienced in providing services to individuals and families with a variety of concerns. She received her master's degree from St. Cloud State University in 2013. She has worked in outpatient, in-home, and residential settings. She utilizes approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems therapy, and trauma-based therapy to address the underlying issues which lead to mental health problems. She has advanced training in EMDR, a type of therapy that addresses unresolved traumatic memories. Her specialties include anxiety, depression, trauma, and grief and loss. Marie works with clients ages 13 and up.


Stacy Kriese, LPCC LADC

Stacy Kriese received her master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from St. Cloud State University in 2017; as well as having attained her bachelor's degree in Chemical Dependency and Community Psychology in 2014. Stacy's professional experience includes working as a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and is independently licensed as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC). She has worked in the mental health field for the past 10 years, serving birth to 5, adolescent, couples, and adult populations.

Her expertise lies in the area of co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders at the individual, couples, and family systems level. In working with toddlers, preschoolers, school-aged children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families, Stacy assists clients with presenting concerns that typically include depression, anxiety, ADHD, separation/divorce, PTSD, ADHD, self-esteem, behavioral concerns, criminal justice involvement, life transitions as well as families in foster care and child protective services. Stacy is also trained in DC:0-5 Assessments and Developmental Repair.


Alex Gregory, MS LMFT

Alex Gregory is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, who specializes in working with individuals and families ranging from birth to adulthood. Alex strives to provide a welcoming and trusting environment, where people can enhance their strengths and learn new tools to handle a variety of life stressors or challenges. Alex has experience working with individuals, children, and families that present with concerns of anxiety, depression, ADHD, adoption, autism, trauma, attachment, behaviors, and relationships. Alex earned a Master's Degree from St. Cloud State University and a Certificate in Permanency and Adoption from the University of Minnesota; she is trained in early childhood mental health and Circle of Security.


Rebecca Cluever, MS LMFT

Rebecca Cluever is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, experienced in working with children and adults from birth to adulthood. She utilizes a developmental perspective to assist children and their families in learning how to manage behaviors and learn how to regulate emotions. Rebecca has experience working with trauma, relationship, attachment disorders, depression, postpartum depression, anxiety, behavioral concerns, and infant and early childhood mental health. Rebecca has a passion for working with children and their families to help improve the dynamics of family relationships and to help decrease stress and frustration in the home environment. Rebecca is trained in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health, Child-Parent Psychotherapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Theraplay, Circle of Security, and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy.


Rachel Trout, MS

Rachel Trout completed her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at St. Cloud State University. Rachel provides outpatient mental health services and works in an elementary school providing consultation and therapeutic services. Rachel is open to seeing children, and adolescents and has special interests in autism, ADHD and behavioral disorders. In her free time Rachel enjoys making mini clay creations, hanging out with her cats, and ballroom dancing.

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Alastriona Kroll, MS

Alastriona is a community mental health counselor who works in St Cloud. She is a 2023 graduate of Saint Cloud State University with a Masters in Family Studies. She has experience in working with adults, families, and children. She has previously worked with college students who are parents. Her passion is helping others to find support resources, create positive relationships, and develop skills to improve their quality of life. Using play and art techniques in sessions is very important to her. She enjoys walks with her dog, finding the best local ice cream shops, reading historical nonfiction, and exploring new places.

Rachel Gross, MS

Rachel is a graduate student intern who is completing her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at St. Cloud State University. She completed her bachelor's degree in Consumer Affairs and Marketing and her first master's degree in Communication and Media Studies at South Dakota State University and completed research about couples and resiliency in the workplace. As a former division 1 athlete, she has a strong understanding of the relationship between mental health and athletics. She is a certified yoga instructor and enjoys incorporating body movement and breathing work into therapy. Rachel Elizabeth has an eclectic theoretical approach to counseling. She is grounded in attachment theory but pulls from other theories including feminist and person-centered. Rachel Elizabeth is open to seeing adolescents, adults, and couples, and has a special interest in eating disorders, anxiety, and depression. In her free time, Rachel enjoys listening to audiobooks, walking her dogs, and taking photos.