individuality • non-judgement • nurturance • collaboration
We believe that every individual deserves to have their uniqueness valued in a non-judgmental way; to grow and change at their own pace in a safe space. Nurturance because we care and encourage the development of every individual’s strengths and understand that everyone needs to feel hope and that someone believes in them. We pride ourselves in our ability to collaborate with those we serve, families and other professionals to provide the best care we know how.
Maple Grove Therapy & Wellness Team
Britta is a licensed professional counselor and licensed drug and alcohol counselor with clinical experience working with co-occurring disorders since 2011. Britta received her Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling and Addiction Studies from Hazelden Graduate School in 2010. Britta’s work has primarily focused on working with youth who struggle with both mental health and chemical health issues. Britta’s previous experience includes working with youth in the middle school and high school setting as well as with youth and their families in residential treatment. Britta has been trained in and practices Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and is able to include multiple therapeutic approaches in order to best help individuals develop change goals for both their mental health and chemical health concerns and to be able to achieve those goals. Her approach is rooted in the idea that through a therapeutic alliance, clients will feel safe and motivated to move towards growth, wellness, and personal empowerment. Britta’s specialties include treating trauma and substance abuse. Britta is passionate about her family and finds her own balance through art, music, gardening, and crafting.
Previous work experience includes
- Clinical Services Supervisor, Omegon Residential Treatment Center, Minnetonka MN
- Student Assistance Counselor, Osseo Area Schools MN
Kelly received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Augsburg College in 2005 and is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW). She has been working with children and families living with mental health issues and substance use since 2005. Kelly specializes in helping adolescents, young adults and their families with a wide array of difficulties. She has specialized training for trauma, anxiety and depression and its associated injuries. She is trained in evidenced-based therapies EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Through her strength-based, relational approach, she is committed to providing the highest quality of care to promote healing and growth. Kelly enjoys spending time with her family, including going camping and exploring local parks and gardening.
Kelly’s work experience includes
- Program Director at Omegon Residential Treatment Center; facility treating mental and chemical health issues ages 12-18 (previously held positions include Clinical Supervisor and Individual Therapist).
- LICSW and LPCC Licensing Supervisor
- Child Therapist at St. David’s Center for Child & Family Development
Dana is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. She received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of St. Thomas/St. Catherine University. Since 2012, the majority of her year career has been spent serving both substance use and mental health population. She specializes in family therapy, family support and education, and individual therapy. Dana utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as being trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Dana’s philosophy includes helping an individual or family reach their own determined goals for wellness. To maintain her own balance, Dana spends time with family, outdoors, and reading.
Dana’s work experience includes
- Therapist and Case Manager at Omegon Residential Treatment Center
- Clinical social work intern at Bethesda Hospital for the inpatient dementia unit
- School social intern at Richfield Intermediate School