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Dr. Eva Reed, PsyD, LP - Founder
*Not taking new patients at this time
Dr. Reed is a licensed psychologist and opened the doors of RPS in 2011. She experiences great joy in working with teens and young adults who are struggling with a variety of concerns including adoptee issues, gender exploration, attachment trauma, schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, and relational distress. Her background and training is in inpatient care and forensics which has given her the depth and breadth of training to work with nearly any diagnosis. Dr. Reed employs an integrative model and uses humor and empathy to guide patients through the therapeutic process. CBT and DBT are also employed as needed.
Shaina Feingold, LICSW
Shaina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who enjoys working with children, adolescents, and families. Shaina has experience with a wide range of clinical concerns; however, she specializes in trauma, abuse, attachment issues, and severe behaviors. She believes individuals are not defined by the negative experiences they have endured, and therefore, uses a strengths-based approach when working with clients and their families. Shaina also values the therapeutic relationship and works together with clients to develop the appropriate treatment plan for their needs. Shaina is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Sand Play, and Play Therapy. She integrates mindfulness and dialectical behavioral techniques to help clients understand the mind-body connection.
Abby Peterfeso, MA, LPCC
Abby is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who enjoys helping adolescents and adults experiencing anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, ADHD, and depression. She utilizes an integrative and collaborative approach to navigate life transitions and stressors, understand emotions, and increase body awareness and acceptance. Additionally, her background in community mental health affords her the experience to work with a wide variety of diagnosis and concerns. Abby believes when we seek to accept ourselves and our experiences, and honestly and compassionately explore what is working and what is not, and what we truly value, then we can create meaningful change. Abby is also trained in DBT and EMDR.
Angela Brust, LICSW-Site Lead, Senior Clinical Supervisor
Angela is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who uses an integrated approach that combines analytic insight, cognitive-behavioral techniques, mindfulness-based therapies, solution focused, and strength based modalities. Angela enjoys working with women and men experiencing mood disorders, anxiety disorders, adjustment disorders, life and career transitions, and relationship issues. Angela’s expertise is in helping women navigate the transition through pregnancy, the postpartum period, fertility challenges, infant/pregnancy loss, relationship challenges, and adjustments and transitions to parenthood. Taking a collaborative approach, she works with the client to create therapeutic goals that meet them where they are at, and strives to help clients build the skills needed to empower themselves to overcome the issues and challenges that bring them to therapy.
Jodi Arns, MSW, LICSW
Jodi enjoys working with adults with a diverse range of issues related to mental health and wellness. It is her desire to compassionately support clients in reaching their highest potential by assisting them in the exploration of the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of themselves. She utilizes strengths-based therapeutic methods to empower clients in finding solutions to their challenges and concerns. Jodi uses mindfulness, body-centered, and holistic methods. She applies solution-focused, self acceptance and commitment, and CBT techniques. Jodi assists clients in changing destructive thinking patterns and behaviors to establish increased confidence and a greater sense of peace and wholeness. Her special interests include anxiety, depression, relational issues, codependency, life transitions, and women's issues including those related to pregnancy, postpartum health, and fertility.
Kelly Dusbabek, MA, LMFT-Senior Business Consultant
Kelly is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who offers an integrative and directive approach to therapy. She works with clients through many aspects of life transitions, whether they are related to health, relationships, and/or career. Her special interests in helping clients include anxiety, depression, relationship issues, premarital and marital, addictions, co-dependency, trauma (complex and PTSD), & postpartum depression and anxiety. She recently attained her EMDR certification.
Stephanie Childress, MA, LADC (LPCC Track with The Recovery Clinic)-RPS Consultant
Stephanie is a psychotherapist and addiction counselor. She has been in the field of addiction and mental health for twenty years. Her therapeutic specialties include: depression, anxiety, addiction/complex addictions such as gambling, sex, internet, shopping, trauma, including working with professionals in trauma exposure job roles. Stephanie is LGBTQ friendly and uses an integrative therapeutic approach including, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy, Person-Centered and Trauma Informed Therapy and Non-Violent Communication (NVC).
Dr. Rachel Haug, PhD-Post-Doctoral Fellow
Dr. Rachel Haug greatly enjoys working with adolescents and adults presenting with a broad array of mental health needs. Areas of expertise for Dr. Haug include: stress and anxiety management, phase of life adjustment, burnout and self-care issues, sexual diversity, relationship wellness, and grief and loss. She is also particularly interested in working with clients who are struggling with medical concerns. Dr. Haug uses a casual, strengths-based therapeutic approach in which she empowers her clients to build on their already established strengths and resiliency. She is very active in session, demonstrating a high level of directness and transparency with her clients. Through collaborative exploration and a trusting therapeutic relationship, Dr. Haug encourages clients to work toward being their most authentic selves because she truly believes this is the way to reach personal fulfillment. People who have worked with Dr. Haug describe her as conversational, energetic, warm, and accepting. Cognitive-Behavioral, Acceptance and Commitment, and Mindfulness techniques are all employed in the therapy process as a way to learn or enhance necessary skills in order to live authentically.
Ashley Nissen, MA, LPCC
Ashley is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who works with adults experiencing eating disorders, mood disorders, anxiety, spirituality concerns, adjustments disorders and life/career transitions. She uses an integrative approach utilizing both evidence-based practices and holistic modalities to help clients navigate life’s challenges and regain a sense of wholeness. Ashley employs a number of proven techniques with her clients and has seen positive results from her use of cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based techniques along with strengths-based and solution-focused therapies. Over the years, Ashley has chosen to combine these techniques with complementary modalities such as yoga, meditation and reiki. Ashley focuses on working with her clients to help them gain the ability to be in the present moment, build self-awareness, recognize and accept all emotions and ultimately in reestablishing the mind-body connection. Ashley’s integrative approach to mental health is aimed at giving her clients the best chance of success in living the life they wish to live.
Pam Lee-Clinic Coordinator
With over six years of experience as an administrative assistant, Pam has come to RPS looking for a fresh start. She is a transplant from Louisiana and loves that she is able to bring a novel perspective to the clinic. She enjoys meeting new people and finds the experience of working face-to-face with patients to be very rewarding. When Pam isn't at work, you can find her spending time with her puppy, going to the Minnesota Zoo, or playing board games.
Amy Larsen, Clinic Coordinator
Amy has several years of non-profit experience specializing in mental health. What Amy likes best about her work is working directly with people, being involved in the details of programming, and getting others involved. Amy is married with 3 children. In her free time you can find her practicing yoga or at a local music show.
"Healing is not something you do, it is something you live".