The Center for Family Wellness was formed in 2020 to meet the mental health needs of our community in Northeastern MN. The Center offers individual, family, couples, and group therapy. We see clients of all ages, though specialize in working with very young children (0-6 years old) and their caregivers, as well as couples, parents, and teens. We help people with a wide range of concerns including relational, emotional, psychological, and behavioral problems. Our approaches are trauma-informed, as well as grounded in systems theory and attachment-based models. We value the primacy of relationship in human wellbeing and hold that at the center of our work with clients.
The Center for Family Wellness and its providers are committed to explicitly and publicly affirming an anti-racist stance in our work with clients and the community. This is reflected in all levels of policy and practice at our agency. The Center is acutely aware that this work is an ongoing learning process and challenges our providers to examine privilege and the multi-faceted nature of social injustice in all that we do.
We are vehemently against any form of discrimination, prejudice, and/or hostility directed towards a person or people based upon their identity and beliefs. We do not tolerate any form of racism, sexism, ableism, heterosexism, ageism, or differential treatment due to religious beliefs.