Mental Health Therapy
Holistic support to work through trauma, face challenges, and build strength and coping skills.
Mental Health Therapy
Sometimes in life we all need a little help and extra support to navigate those challenges that are difficult to go through alone. However deciding to work with a therapist takes courage and strength. Often times even asking for help becomes the turning point in your life. Having someone with you on your journey can help you to understand yourself and your path from a different perspective.
SuNu’s mental health therapists use a supportive and collaborative approach, working with their clients to build strengths and coping skills to face future challenges and reach their mental health and wellness goals. Not only are they skillful in assisting their clients to work through past and present traumas, but they also help them to further their journeys and achieve the life they want to be living.
Mental Health Therapy at Sunu
Anna Hagen, Therapist (Minnetonka)
Anna has had a passion for listening to others life stories as long as she can remember. She believes that everyone knows their own direction in life, but occasionally everyone needs a guide. That guide may sometimes be there to just hold a little light on the path or to help point out bumps you can’t see. You may need a guide as you enter new transitions in your life or to help you through the long stagnant stretches. Either way having someone with you on your journey can help you to understand yourself and your path from a different perspective.
Learn more about Anna.
Carise Rotach-Beard, Therapist (Minnetonka)
Carise is a licensed marriage and family therapist specializing in sexuality and relationships. Carise brings a unique combination of narrative therapy, sex education, trauma-focused therapy, and feminist therapy models to assist her clientele in living their most sexually empowered lives. Her areas of focus are LGBTQA relationship dynamics, gender-identity exploration, recovering from sexual trauma, persons recovering from religious/spiritual abuse, sexual shame, and reclaiming sexual pleasure individually or within relationships.
Learn more about Carise.