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Individual Counseling 

Little Hands
  • Life Adjustments

  • Stress

  • Trauma

  • PTSD (Posttraumatic Stress Disorder)

  • Anxiety

  • Shame

  • Depression

  • Anger Management

  • Self-esteem

  • Motivation

  • Spirituality  

Appointments 

Dandelion Meadow

Want to schedule an appointment?

Please send me an email at ltroumbly@beyondcounselingmn.com to request a consult or to be added to the waitlist.  

Currently accepting insurances include: 

BCBS

Health Partners

MEDICA 

UCare 

UHC

Self-Pay is also accepted @ $200 first session/55 minute session. 

$175 sessions therafter. Card will be charged at time of session. 

Canceled, Missed or Late Appointments

Beyond Counseling  requires a 24 hour cancellation notice for any scheduled appointments, except in the case of a verifiable emergency. 

No-Show/Late Cancel (under 24 hours) $55 Fee that will be charged immediately to the card on file. 

Beyond Counseling is very understanding and know that life can change quite frequently. Life on Life's Terms! 

Just let us know in time so we can adjust as well!

Treatment Strategies 

Walking

  • DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)

  • CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) 

  • Christian Counseling & Coaching 

  • Eclectic Strategies

  • Motivational Interviewing

  • Strength based 

  • Telehealth Services 

  • Cultural Competency 

Additional 

Couple's Embrace

Collaboration

Beyond the Path Counseling works with individuals, adolescents and families and having the collaboration of all involved can improve the effectiveness of counseling.  If it is important to connect with others outside the family, a release of authorization of information has to be signed before we can speak with any person or organization.  

Confidentiality

Information discussed during therapy will be kept confidential.  This information will not be revealed to any other person or agency without written permission, with certain limitations. 

In sessions with teens with out their parents, it is recommended that most information be kept between the counselor and the teen.  With that being said, the parent has the right to the information.  Counseling preference is to guide the teen to tell the parent on their own. 

Limits to Confidentiality

Situations that therapists are required by law to reveal confidential information include the following:  

1. An immediate threat of harm to yourself, the threat of you harming others or if you require appropriate emergency psychiatric care.

  1. Any physical abuse, neglect, or sexual abuse of children or vulnerable adults in the past three years.

  2. Use of excessive alcohol or any illegal drug for non-medical purpose during a pregnancy.

  3. Any sexual exploitation by health care professionals.

  4. If State or Federal law authorizes the release of your records

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