Kasim A. Abdur Razzaq, MSW, LICSW

Life is not a steady constant, when change happens too quickly or without enough support it can be overwhelming. You may start to feel unsure of your decisions, become preoccupied or worry about the future and feel stuck. Regaining confidence and getting unstuck can take a deep dive into finding and reclaiming “You!”

As a mental health professional I take a client centered and psychodynamic approach to walking along side patients as they work towards building a satisfying life. I view patients as the expert while offering them support through clinical reflection and insight building activities. I obtained the professional license of LICSW in 2013. After working in the field several years I felt compelled to return to the university setting to further my knowledge and skills to better serve people.

I am currently a doctoral student in the counseling psychology program at the university of St. Thomas. I look forward to creating sacred space with patients where they feel comfortable to explore all parts of themselves and build strong self perception.

education

BA- Psychology (Missouri University of Science & Technology)

MSW- Clinical Social Work (University of St. Thomas/ St. Catherine’s University)

M.Ed (University of St. Thomas)

Psy.D in Counseling Psychology University of St. Thomas (expected graduation 2022)

clinical experience

Mental Health Practitioner (Carlson Drake House) IRTS facility

Clinical Internship (East Metro Women’s Council) DBT groups

Evening therapist (180 Degrees)

Evening therapist (Arubah Emotional Health Services)

LICSW (Board of Social Work since 2013)

SPECIALTIES

Life transitions

Racial trauma

Depression

Cultural concerns

Anxiety

Couples

In network with

CARE’s Clinicians are In-Network with a variety of providers including:

  • BCBS – Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • MHCP – MA
  • Medical Assistance
  • PreferredOne
  • UCare
  • HealthPartners
  • Cigna
  • Aetna
  • Hennepin Health

Additionally, Out of Network & Out of Pocket options are available.

resources

Understanding research and the root cause of common psychological issues is a great first step to creating a healthier you!

What is Trauma and How Can Therapy Help? Trauma Handout