Lyn-Lake Psychotherapy & Wellness
Read about how Psychotherapy and Wellness process, and how it is defined by our Mission, Vision, and V
We’re always interested in meeting psychotherapists and interns ready to take the next step in their psychotherapy careers and live up to the LLPW Mission Statement.
About Lyn-Lake Psychotherapy & Wellness
We are a mission-driven psychotherapy clinic unlike any other. Our vibrant group of psychotherapists and wellness providers have been serving the Minneapolis Lyn-Lake community and beyond and are experts in the field of psychotherapy, wellness, and nutrition. We staff over fourteen psychotherapists as well as a nutritionist and body/massage therapist and provide outpatient mental health and wellness services in an easily accessible, beautiful, urban environment. Our clinicians focus on treating a wide array of therapy needs and populations. Our psychotherapy services focus on trauma, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, sex therapy, codependency, and addiction. While our c
Mission, Vision, and Values
What you’ll experience at Lyn-Lake Psychotherapy & Wellness is what makes
To bring every client a greater sense of peace by guiding them to live more authentically; to co-create dynamic, unique relationships that empower each client to identify, value and express emotions.
A healthy, authentic, just and peaceful planet.
Authenticity – having access to one’s true emotional self.
Courage – the acknowledgement that looking deep inside oneself can be scary, and that growing stronger first requires the openness and bravery to expose vulnerabilities.
Creativity – a sense of playfulness and curiosity that, even in the face of the most serious issues, opens access to new ways of thinking and healing.
Social Justice – emotional, political and social support and advocacy for those who are marginalized to achieve a universal system of equality, mutual expression and fairness.
Empowerment – the shift from thinking of one’s self as a victim to someone with agency and the ability to make meaningful choices no matter the circumstances.
Integrity – moral, ethical conduct and honesty to one’s self and to others; integration of possibly maladaptive components of one’s personality into a coordinated, harmonious and functional whole; dynamic, purposeful integration of eclectic therapy methods to address the unique concerns of each individual client.
Relational – when therapist and client co-create a relationship that is free of hierarchy, bigger and separate from either therapist or client and strong and secure enough to strengthen other relationships.