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Lyn-Lake Psychotherapy and Wellness
333 N. Washington Avenue, Suite 500
Minneapolis, MN 55401
612-618-9234
www.therapy-mn.com

and

4748 Chicago Avenue Parkway
Minneapolis, MN 55407
mariahrooneylicsw.com

I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and believe that, first and foremost, the building of a strong, safe and reverent therapeutic relationship is central to any healing and transformational work. I work to honor and welcome all parts of you and your family, and to explore how we might work collaboratively in working towards your goals. My specializations are in treating the complex challenges that arise as a result of traumatic stress, attachment trauma, intergenerational trauma, and dissociation,

I work with children ages four through adolescence. My work takes into consideration that each child’s needs are unique and treatment should be tailored accordingly. I work collaboratively with parents and caregivers, teachers and other important adults in a child’s life to offer more comprehensive treatment and to ensure that each child is understood holistically. Therapy can be done individually, dyadically and/or as a family, and incorporates play therapy, sand tray, EMDR, Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART) and the Attachment Regulation and Competency Framework (ARC). I am also available for IEP meetings, and school and case consultation as needed on a case by case basis.

I also work with adults of all ages and specialize in the treatment of the complex ways in which trauma can manifest itself in our lives later in life and can be brought to the surface in one’s journey as a caregiver or parent. I also work with folks living with anxiety, depression, who are addressing and exploring gender-related issues, interpersonal violence and abuse, military-related issues, and navigating major life transitions/adjustments. I take a collaborative approach to assessment, treatment planning and treatment. My work integrates a variety of treatment modalities based on your individual needs and preferences and can incorporate relational/psychodynamic psychotherapy, EMDR, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, parts work (including Internal Family Systems and Components Based Psychotherapy), trauma informed yoga and meditation and more.

Additionally, I welcome the opportunity to work with foster parents, pre- and post-adoptive parents, and other caregivers in understanding the complex impacts of developmental trauma and attachment disruptions. Consultations focus on strengthening and supporting the parent-child relationship through deepening your understanding of your child, making sense of their emotional and behavioral experiences, and fostering the repair and building of healthy attachments in families.

Additional Information

Service Location: Office Based

Languages Spoken: English

Practice Focus:
Young Child (3-6)
Elementary Age (7-12)
Teen (13-18)
Young Adult (19-25)
Young Adult (Adopted person; 19+)
Adult (Adoptive Parent – Individual)
Family
Parent Coaching
LGBTQ

Areas of Practice Strength:
Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)
Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)
Mood Disorder
Dissociation
Addictions
Self-Harming Behaviors
Parent Coaching
Domestic Violence
High Conflict Families
Attachment
Grief and Loss Related to Adoption
Early Traumatic Experiences
Sexual Abuse (Victim)

Treatment Modalities:
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Internal Family Systems (IFS)
ARC Model
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Somatic Experiencing (SE)
YogaCalm
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
Parent-Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT)
Sand Tray or Sand Play
Adult Attachment Inventory
Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Therapy
Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TC-TSY)
Narrative Exposure Therapy
Child Centered Play Therapy

 

added Fall 2019

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    Choosing a Therapist
    Adoption-Competent Therapist Traits
    Working with an Adoption Therapist

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