Plymouth Therapists

Clients can find expert therapists in person at our Plymouth location or virtually state-wide.

Plymouth, Minnesota Therapists

CARE Counseling is a multi-disciplinary team of professionals offering outpatient psychological and psychiatric services in Plymouth, MN. We serve adults, children, couples, and families who are seeking therapy for a wide range of conditions.

  • Therapy – Expert Mental Health Therapists and Providers in Plymouth, MN. At its best, therapy can provide the space that you need to work out both the big stuff and the little things. It can give you the tools to better cope with life’s challenges, be more resilient and make positive changes. Common things we can help with are anxiety, depression, sleep, self-care, grief, substance use, trauma, and more. There is no wrong time to begin therapy, so if you are ready to start exploring whether individual or family counseling is right for you and your family, feel free to reach out today to schedule. We offer mental health therapy (individual and couples) as well as marriage counseling and family therapy.
  • Medication Management Psychiatry in Plymouth, MN. Specializing in mental health treatment, our medication management providers can help with symptoms relating to depression, anxiety, panic, ADD/ADHD, OCD, sleep difficulty, trauma, Postpartum depression, and more.
  • Psychological testing and assessment – At CARE Counseling we offer testing for ADD|ADHD in Plymouth, MN. We currently provide testing for adults in Plymouth.
  • Group Therapy – We currently offer support groups in Plymouth, MN to those affected by autism the opportunity to share problems, solutions, joys, and sorrows with one another. Possible topics include identity, masking, self-advocacy, relationships, available supports, burnout, coping skills, healthcare, anxiety, sensory processing, stimming, communication, boundaries, emotions, and accommodations.

To learn more about CARE Counseling, please feel free to contact us.

Meet our Expert Therapists

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