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Find A Therapist in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Twin Cities, Minnesota
Casey Scheller

Casey Scheller, MS, LAMFT

(She / Her)

Therapist

Hey there! I’m Casey - glad you’re here!

Turning towards any source of conflict takes a great deal of strength and courage. The fact that you’re here right now tells me that you might be considering turning towards YOUR source of conflict (that’s huge!). Maybe you’re struggling with how to communicate your needs and feelings with others… you could not even know what your needs and feelings are! Perhaps you’re experiencing symptoms of relational conflict (e.g., passive communication, crossed/violated boundaries, suppressed emotions, etc.). You might not even be experiencing any symptoms and simply want to do some preventative work.

Experiencing conflict is 100% natural. Nobody’s perfect. We’ve all been hurt in life in one way or another and have developed habits to keep ourselves safe. When these habits become extreme and exaggerated, they can get in our way of resolving conflict in respectful and healthy ways. My role as a therapist is to ask questions, offer alternative perspectives, and help you develop the skills and tools to give you a nudge out of the cycle you’re finding yourself stuck in.

You are the expert of your life. You have what it takes to get behind the wheel and go where you want to go - and I’d be happy to be your co-pilot! My therapy style has been described as relatable, humorous, and relaxed - I enjoy incorporating laughter, play, and joy to balance out the heavier aspects of life. My therapeutic practice includes flavors of IFS (parts work), Narrative therapy, and lots of focus on needs and feelings (and more!).

Whether you’re wanting to modify unhelpful habits, needing a little extra help working out conflict, or simply wanting to explore your own needs and emotions - shoot me a message and I’ll do my best to get back to you soon!

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Counseling & Therapy Services in Minneapolis, MN

“Sometimes you gotta get through your fear to get to the beauty on the other side.”

POPPA, THE GOOD DINOSAUR

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