About Us

About Minnesota Psychological Services

Minnesota Psychological Resources (MPR) was founded to bring

a comprehensive and innovative healing approach combining the best of

evaluation and diagnosis with patient-focused and cutting edge therapy.

With convenient and flexible practice hours, highly skilled providers

dedicated to exceptional patient care, best in class technologies for

appointment confirmations and patient care and modern offices, Minnesota

Psychological Resources practices are delivering on

this goal.

A Commitment to Behavioral Health

What began as a single practice has quickly grown into a thriving organization advancing the world of behavioral health. Each MPR provider brings extensive expertise and compassion to the practice while also utilizing the latest, most innovative technologies and techniques possible. Whether you are exploring behavioral health for the first time or you have been in treatment a long time, you know you are getting the best care possible.

Why Choose Minnesota Psychological Resources?

Minnesota Psychological Resources is comprised of leading providers in the world of behavioral health. Working as a collaborative  team, we use only the latest techniques, technologies and best practices in behavioral health care. Our collective expertise delivers exemplary care for all people who enter our practice.

Committed to Our Communities

It is our firm belief that the best mental health care happens well before there is any sign of trouble. That's why we are dedicated to educating our communities through a host of public awareness initiatives. From events and engagements to sponsorships, we're always looking to promote behavioral health through any channel possible.

Providing you with the best clinicians for the best care

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Psychiatrists and Nurse Practitioners

A psychiatrist is a medical doctor (an M.D. or D.O.) who specializes in mental health, including substance use disorders. Psychiatrists are qualified to assess both the mental and physical aspects of psychological problems.

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Psychologists and Therapists

Psychologists provide therapy, psychological evaluations, and/or short or long term support. Therapists provide therapy and/or short or long term support.