Mental Health & Medication Management
Unlocking Potential, Fostering Growth:
Nurturing wellbeing at every milestone.
Maintaining a healthy mental outlook is a critical part of living a healthy, balanced life. At Recovering Hope our mental health professionals are specially trained to serve children, adolescents and adults dealing with challenges related to daily living. Our tailored individual and family therapy sessions aim to tackle the physical, social, and emotional symptoms associated with common life stressors such as trauma, marital conflicts, grief, job changes, anxiety, depression, and thoughts of self-harm.
In addition to our mental health services, Recovering Hope offers Medication Management to assist clients in finding the most suitable medications for their needs. We are committed to supporting you in realizing your potential and nurturing your growth at every significant milestone in your life.
Our clinical therapists at Recovering Hope strictly follow professional licensures and mental health codes of ethics, demonstrating a commitment to maintaining the highest standards in the field.
Evidence Based Treatment
Recovering Hope therapists are specially trained to provide evidence-based treatments, ensuring that each patient receives therapy tailored to their unique treatment goals and needs.
Who We Service
For aduluts 18 and older we understand the complexities of adulthood and the diverse challenges it brings. Our dedicated team is here to support adults facing mental health challenges. Whether it’s navigating life, improving relationships, or managing mental health, we strive to enhance the quality of life for every individual within our safe and inclusive environment.
Children and Adolescents
Nurturing young minds is our priority. Our clinic provides a caring space for children and adolescents (up to 17 years old) dealing with behavioral challenges and mental health issues. We guide them through these critical years, ensuring a brighter, emotionally balanced future.”
Offered Treatment Services
- Diagnostic assessments
- Individual therapy
- Animal assisted therapy (AAT)
- Eye movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR)
- Family therapy
- Couples therapy
- Psychological testing
- Medication management via Telepsychiatry
- Telehealth sessions
Children & Adolscents
- DC: 0-5 assessments
- Play Therapy/Individual Therapy
- Assessments (Ages 12 years+)
- Psychiatric Telehealth
- Individual Therapy
We’re here to help. Call our admissions team at 1-844-314 HOPE
To schedule an appointment, make a referral, or speak with a member of the Recovering Hope Treatment Center admissions team, please contact us at:
- Often, counselors conduct a diagnostic assessment during the first therapy session to collect important information to inform development of treatment goals.
- A diagnostic assessment is comprised of a semi-formal interview that reviews your background information and presenting mental health concerns to determine any mental health diagnoses. The assessment length averages 1.5 hours.
- Recovering Hope employs therapists trained to provide individual therapy to children, adolescents and adults and diverse populations including LGBTQ+ and BIPOC.
- Individual therapy is the most common form of mental health therapy. On average clients meet with their therapist one to two times per week.
- Clients can explore a wide range of mental health problems with their counselor including relationship distress, emotional challenges, self-exploration, or sexual dissatisfaction.
- Clients collaborate with their therapist to identify treatment goals during the individual therapy process.
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR)
- Recovering Hope has specially trained EMDR staff to assist individuals who have experienced traumatic events.
- EMDR is a type of therapy designed to alleviate distress associated with traumatic memories through the use of eye movement and reprocessing (talking) through the traumatic events.
- EMDR therapy typically takes place one time per week and is recommended for use concurrently with individual therapy.
- Family therapy includes the client and another family member or caregiver whose participation is important to accomplish the client’s treatment goals.
- Family members may include, but are not limited to parents, children, spouses, committed partners, former spouses, an individual related by blood or adoption, or individuals who are presently residing together as a family unit.
- Also referred to as marriage counseling, couples therapy helps couples of all types recognize and resolve conflicts and improve their relationships.
- Recovering Hope provides medication management services to individuals ages 12 and older. These services can be provided through an online platform or at RHTC.
- Online platforms may be used to accommodate the mental health services available to you.
- Telehealth sessions provide convenience of location, time and accessibility to ensure continuity of care.
- Internet accessibility or connectivity and lack of a quiet and private space or location to conduct the session must be considered prior to choosing the telehealth option.
- To accommodate telehealth limitations (e.g. internet accessibility/connectivity, confidentiality), the therapist will, at the start of each telehealth therapy session, remind their client of limits to confidentiality and internet accessibility. The counselor also will confirm the client’s specific location so they can contact emergency services near the client’s location if an immediate crisis or life-threatening situation occurs during the telehealth session
Mental Health Staff Expertise
At Recovering Hope, we have a team of extensively trained mental health professionals dedicated to addressing the diverse needs of children, adolescents, and adults under our care. Here you can find details about the expertise and professional certifications held by our dedicated staff.
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC)
Holds a master’s degree in psychology and has completed licensing requirements to become an independent licensed provider, which includes 4,000 supervised post-graduate hours and successful completion of the National Clinical Mental Health Counseling Exam (NCMHCE).
- Licensing Board: Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy (BBHT)
- Code of Ethics: American Counseling Association
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
Holds a master’s degree and has specialized training with at least two years or 3,000 clinical hours of supervised practice by a marriage and family therapist. Upon completion of supervised hours, a therapist must also pass a state licensing exam or the Association of Marital and Family Therapy Regulatory Board’s national MFT exam.
- Licensing Board: Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy
- Code of Ethics: Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW)
Holds a master’s license and has completed 4,000 hours of clinical supervised practice by a board approved supervisor. In addition, they have successfully passed the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) clinical examination.
- Licensing Board: Minnesota Board of Social Work
- Code of Ethics: National Association of Social Workers
Licensed Psychologist (LP)
Holds a doctoral degree in psychology from a regionally accredited institution and has successfully completed the National Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) and the Minnesota Professional Responsibility Exam (PRE). Also must have completed one full year of postdoctoral supervised psychology employment.
- Licensing Board: Minnesota Board of Psychology
- Code of Ethics: Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (NP)
Certified advanced practice nurses who administer to the mental health needs of individuals. Holds a master’s degree in nursing specializing in psychiatric healthcare, a current Registered Nurse (RN) license and certification from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Nursing professionals who wish to further specialize may choose from programs in child, adolescent, gerontological, substance use or forensic psychiatry. Some NPs go on to earn a doctoral degree within their specialty, though this is not a requirement.
- Licensing Board: Minnesota Board of Nursing
- Code of Ethics: Nurse Practice Act
Meet The Team!
Mental Health Team:
Our mental health support is provided by licensed professional mental health counselors and licensed associate marriage and family therapists. They are trained to help you address your mental health concerns and work towards recovery.