I cannot express my gratitude enough for this program or my team. I was absolutely hopeless and broken. They changed that in me and changed my family unit. They are so good at their jobs. They have changed my life. “Job” or not, they saw me before I even saw myself. That can’t be taught. That is THEM, who they are.”
Clinic & Outpatient Mental Health Services at PrairieCare
Meeting patients where they are at, offering in-person or telehealth services.
Clinic & Outpatient Services include specialized psychotherapy, psychiatry, medication management, and evaluation. Some of the specialties include Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), Play Therapy, Accelerated Resolution Therapy, Integrative Health, Neuropsychological & Psychological testing, Marriage and Family Therapy, Art therapy, and more.
PrairieCare Medical Group Clinics are open Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:30pm. We offer services at several convenient locations throughout the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area, and in Southern Minnesota. Our Patient Access Coordinators would be happy to assist you in scheduling an appointment to meet with one of our clinicians.
Individualized treatment approaches to hope & healing.
- Individual Psychotherapy
- Play Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Marriage/Family Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Integrative Health
- Neuropsychological/Psychological Evaluation
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
- Perinatal Clinic Therapy and Psychiatry
Our licensed psychotherapists offer a variety of individualized services to meet our patients needs. We offer cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and much more. Our clinicians have a patient-centered care philosophy, so we work with you to determine the best approach.
PrairieCare Medical Group is one of the nation’s largest groups of board certified psychiatrists. Our psychiatrists help evaluate individual patients and work with clinical teams to help direct care that often includes medications, psychotherapies, and more.
Occupational Therapists help individuals get back to doing what they want to do. Occupational Therapists can work with individuals with physical injuries, cognitive impairments, psychosocial dysfunction, mental illness, and developmental or learning disabilities.
Play is the language of children. In the therapy room, the child is given a safe, supportive, and structured environment that allows the child to process through their issues and struggles through their play.
Psychotherapists are specially trained to work with couples and family systems to understand relationships and family dynamics. Sessions are collaborative, and they consider the needs of each individual.
Dr. Peterson did such an amazing job of asking questions my husband and I never even thought about to try to get to the root of which symptoms were physical/mental and which were possible side effects of medication(s) my son was taking. He took time to listen to everything we had to say, I never felt rushed or dismissed on any of my concerns. We spoke weekly and while he made suggestions, he made sure we knew the decisions were ours to make – giving us complete control on how to proceed with our son’s medications.”
The level of communication was truly remarkable. I never had to question how my son was doing or what was going on during his time at Prairie Care. No matter what was happening – we knew about it, and that makes all the difference!”
No-cost mental health screenings via phone are offered to anybody seeking psychiatric services at Prairiecare.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, counselor, physician, family, or friend – and not sure where to turn – you can call us at 952-826-8475 to help determine the best services for each individual’s needs or reach us through email by filling out this form.