The Behavioral Health Clinic for Families is home to effective and innovative clinical care programs that alleviate the symptoms of mental illness. Our specialists pride themselves on their multidisciplinary approach, offering specialized interdisciplinary care teams for each patient.
This comprehensive care model allows patients additional time with providers in order to create a coordinated treatment plan, resulting in the highest-quality care. Treatment options include medications, healthy lifestyle advice, self-awareness tools and strategies to improve overall well-being. As a training clinic, our licensed psychologists guide and counsel doctoral-level graduate student therapists on the best possible patient care as they master evidence-based therapies for conditions such as anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and more.
NOTE: Our clinic moved to a new address! You can now find us at: 5775 W. Wayzata Blvd. #255, St. Louis Park, MN 55416
- Behavioral Health Services
- Play Therapy and Parent-Child Psychotherapy
- Women’s Health
The Behavioral Health Clinic for Families is a collaboration between the University of Minnesota Medical School's Department of Psychiatry, University of Minnesota Physicians and the Institute for Translational Research (ITR). To meet the high demand for child and adolescent therapists, we serve as an active teaching facility affiliated with the University of Minnesota Medical School. Our psychiatric fellows and advanced providers are experts in what they do and may perform some or all of a patient’s care.
Patient parking is available outside of the Park Place East building in a surface level lot.
Conditions We Treat
- Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Behavior challenges
- Eating disorders
- Impulse control disorder
- Panic disorder
- Perinatal mood or anxiety disorders
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Self-injurious behavior
- Severe psychiatric disorders
Treatments We Offer
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Interpersonal Psychotherapy
- Mindfulness-Based Treatments
- Parent and Family Skills Training
- Supportive Psychotherapy
Individuals are seen by a specialized care team led by a psychologist and joined by a doctoral-level graduate student therapist. Providers consult and coordinate with social workers, nurses, psychiatrists and educators, as needed. This broad care model allows providers to dedicate more time with patients, resulting in high-quality care and outcomes.