Connect to your future self.
We offer a range of services to help you identify and achieve your goals, meet legal requirements, and improve your experience of life.
New classes postponed due to COVID-19 precautionary measures.
Driving With Care
Our 6-week Driving with Care course explores negative thought processes and emotions that influence our decisions and unwanted behaviors.
This course meets criteria for a Level 1 driving with care course as required by courts and vehicle services.
Motivational counseling aims to assist people in achieving their personal goals.
We understand that mental illness and substance use aren’t the only things that can hinder personal growth and we aim to help our clients navigate obstacles and overcome challenges in their lives.
Our 6-hour Cognitive Skills course aims to increase insight into problematic thinking patterns and how they impact emotions, feelings, and behaviors.
This course assists to increase thought management and emotional regulation skills.
Chemical Health Assessments
Often referred to as Rule 25 assessments
We provide comprehensive chemical health assessments that generally take 90 minutes to 2 hours
Because we provide assessments outside of a treatment center, we are able to recommend appropriate services specific to client’s needs
Our 6-hour Drug Education class aims to provide support to those who struggle with substances to gain an understanding of addiction and drug abuse.
This course aims to provide support for those who may not need treatment, but have experienced consequences of use or those who would like to learn more about these subjects.
Our 12-week Anger Management course focuses on how to improve outcomes in times of emotional dysregulation.
This course meets court requirements in most states, including Minnesota, and is available to everyone, not just those who have legal requirements.
Our clinical counselors are experienced and licensed in chemical health and co-occurring disorders and provide extensive, comprehensive training to professionals and the community. Below is list of some of the topics we cover:
- Anger Management
- Emotions and Thinking
- Understanding Mental Illness
- Substance Use (also great for teens and those with use difficulties)
- Suicide Prevention
Assessments are sometimes required by court services and are required to access treatment services.
Timothy Gregory MA, LPCC, LADC, CAMS-II
Tim is a licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and certified Anger Management Specialist with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology. His preferred therapeutic approach is Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy which focuses on tool-based interventions to foster thought change and emotional regulation.
Charles Schutt MA. LADC. CAMS-II
Charlie is a licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and certified Anger Management Specialist with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology. His preferred therapeutic approach is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy which aims to increase insight into behavior by identifying desired outcomes and replacing unwanted behaviors with new behaviors.