Individual, couples and family counseling for all ages
Diagnostic testing, ADHD, substance abuse and dependency
For personal growth, family and career development
We provide comprehensive outpatient mental health counseling and services committed to a personal, respectful, and responsive approach to the needs of the people we serve. Established in 1985, River City Clinic is located between the downtowns of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota. Our staff of psychologists, clinical social workers, professional clinical counselors, marriage and family therapists, and drug and alcohol counselors provide psychological testing and evaluation, individual counseling and psychotherapy, couples and marital counseling, family counseling, and group counseling for people of all ages.
Mark has been providing psychotherapy since 1985 to individuals, couples and groups. He also provides clinical supervision, consultation, and training on a variety of mental health and organizational issues. In addition, Mark is President and Chief Executive Officer of River City Clinic.
Depression and anxiety issues
Intimacy and relationship concerns including couples counseling
Work adjustment and performance concerns
Clinical supervision. Approved LPC/LPCC Supervisor Designation, Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy
Measuring outcome and effectiveness of therapy
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As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Kelly works passionately with individuals, couples and families, to address conflict and relationship interruptions that lead to anxiety, depression, dissatisfaction, and frustrations. She believes that people are wired for connection and that when hurt, shame, and miscommunication show up in relationship, we all use protective measures which keep relationships broken. Together with clients, she will work to address core individual issues that impact family or relationship functioning and find ways to heal the hurts and return to healthy connection.
Kelly began her career working with adolescents in residential treatment for mental illness, trauma, and suicide. She has been trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). She loves working with teens and has a gift for drawing out the unique and beautiful qualities of each person through an individualized, empathetic, and direct approach that provides safety and accountability.
As an optimist about relationships, Kelly also works with couples, both dating and married, to address the interruptions in connection that can lead to feeling alone in relationships. She is certified in Prepare and Enrich, equipped to provide premarital counseling, and has been trained in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. Kelly has a knack for appreciating how each partner functions in the relationship and finding ways to establish understanding and reconnection.
Depression and anxiety issues
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Briana is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and works with families, adolescents and children ages 3 and up. She utilizes play therapy techniques and art therapy to connect with children and assess their individual needs and helps support parents with the challenges of parenthood. Briana helps clients discover their own unique talents which can often be overseen by behavioral issues and mental illness. She has a special interest in working with LGBT individuals, couples, and family members and the challenges they face in daily life.
Briana has experience working with children, adolescents and adults that struggle with sexual identity, anger, suicide and self-harm behaviors, eating disorders, bullying, depression, anxiety, trauma, and PTSD. She co-facilitated an anger management group for teenage girls and has done extensive research on cyber bullying, technology, and the unique challenges teenagers face today.
Sexual identity concerns
Trauma and abuse
Rob has been providing psychotherapy since 1987 to individuals, couples, families, and groups. He received his graduate education from the University of Minnesota, and has extensive clinical experince at several Twin Cities mental health settings. Over his career he has specialized in therapy for anxiety, depression, relationship issues, anger management, and anger issues within couples and families.
Depression and related mood problems
Anxiety problems (panic, social phobia, generalized anxiety, agoraphobia, OCD, and others)
Intimacy and relationship issues
Work adjustment and performance issues
Life transition and personal growth
Do you feel unbalanced in your psychological, biological, social or spiritual areas of life? Are you going through life transitional issues such as divorce, chronic illness, empty nest syndrome, or retirement? There are times when everyone feels overwhelmed and needs help to regain their balance. With over ten years of experience, I have provided individual, couples and group therapy in outpatient, hospital, and correctional settings with adolescents, adults, and elderly clients. My particular interests include life transitional issues, stress management, anxiety, and depression. I utilize a cognitive-behavioral therapeutic approach that is blended with other therapy models to meet the unique needs of the client in a safe and comforting environment. I am trained in hypnotherapy to address a variety of issues. In addition, I can provide psychological assessments for diagnostic purposes such as Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ages 12 through adult), anger management evaluations, psychosexual assessments, and for a variety of other psychological testing needs.
My objective is to provide a pathway for clients to gain insight into their issues and problems and aid in the process of finding successful resolutions. It would be an honor to help guide you to wellness.
- Anger Management
- Behavioral Issues
- Bipolar Disorder
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Career Exploration
- Coping Skills
- Domestic Abuse
- Dual Diagnosis
- Impulse Control Disorders
- Life Transitional Issues
- Multicultural Issues and Concerns
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Personal Growth Needs
- Relationship Issues
- Self Esteem
- Stress Management
- Psychological Testing and Evaluation for ADHD (ages 12 to adult), Anger Management, Diagnostic, Psychosexual Assessment, and a Variety of Other Testing Needs
Carmen has an MA in Marriage and Family Therapy, and works with individuals (ages 13 and up), couples, families, and groups. She has experience working with children and adolescents in crisis, and helps them overcome behavioral struggles and adjust to difficult life transitions. Additionally, she has experience in depression and anxiety, family conflict, parenting, and blended families.
Carmen works with individuals and families affected by addiction. Alcohol and drug addiction affects each member of the family, often leading to a family in chaos. She will help you to regain balance in your family through education about the disease of addiction, rebuilding trust, establishing boundaries, and increasing individual self-esteem.
She develops a relationship with each client built on trust and mutual respect, and establishes a safe therapeutic environment that empowers each person to uncover their true potential and live a happier, more satisfying life.
Depression and Anxiety
Marriage Preparation and Enrichment
Family and Addiction
Grief and Loss
Dr. Schirvar works with children, adolescents and families who are struggling with developmental and behavioral issues, poor functioning and social skills, emotional dysregulation, and learning problems. With a background in Child Development, Attachment Research, Parent Education and Educational Psychology, she brings an eclectic blend of theory and practice to her work assisting patients with specific behaviors as well as parenting issues by strengthening families and redirecting difficult behaviors. She also addresses testing concerns, school advocacy, educational planning and family goal setting. She has a particular specialty with developmentally advanced students and their families and is the Minnesota Liaison to the national organization SENG (Supporting Emotional Needs of Gifted Students). She often speaks publicly on these and related topics to parent groups, medical providers, clinicians and educators.
Her philosophy is that all families have strengths, apparent or yet to be discovered, and she works to empower and support families to maximize their strengths together. With the therapeutic setting serving as a guide, she uses a warm and practical approach to affirm individuals and families to realize strengths while replacing unhelpful behaviors.
Socio-emotional needs of Gifted
Anxiety, Depression, OCD (children & adolescents)
Emotional & Behavioral Disturbances
Noncompliance- Resistance and Protesting
Family cohesion and conflict
ADHD and Executive Functioning
Educational planning and School collaboration
Emotionally sensitive and intense children & adolescents
Psychoeducational seminars for parents, practitioners and schools
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River City Clinic is centrally located just west of Bandana Square in Energy Park and is easily reached from both Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota from Interstate 94 and several bus lines throughout the Minnesota Twin Cities metro area.
Including Psychology, Clinical Social Work, Counseling, Marriage & Family, and Chemical Dependency.
A variety of payment options are available. Call during business hours for more information and/or to schedule an appointment.