What Sets Us Apart
Hardy and Stephens Counseling Associates is a group practice with a Christian perspective. We are a multi-disciplinary team of mental health professionals providing counseling services with integrity and excellence to children, adolescents, adults and families. Our clinicians offer skills in a variety of focus areas and have significant experience in treating depression and anxiety. Treatment objectives are focused on empowering clients toward complete healing by equipping them with tools and information to integrate their physical, mental and spiritual health. Because we strongly believe the deepest healing comes from treating the whole person, body, mind and spirit, all clients are given the option of integrating their spirituality into their counseling experience. If your beliefs differ from the Christian perspective, we will work to identify other resources that may be useful as we journey with you toward complete healing.
For the convenience of our clients we offer day and evening appointments Monday through Friday with limited Saturday appointments available as well.
Call (763)633-5111 to schedule your first appointment today!
Healthy relationships are vital to our well-being and regardless of what type of relationship you’re in, everyone can benefit from mutual counseling. Pre-marital/marriage/divorce, family conflicts, blended families and custody situations can all be significantly improved through counseling by addressing areas such as old wounds, conflicts, family secrets, and more. Joint counseling works to improve how people interact with one another by developing skills in communication, problem solving and how to recognize and draw on each other’s areas of strength as well as understanding and appreciating each other’s differences.
Our team of qualified, caring, and professional therapists are eager to help you develop the necessary skills and insights you need to meet your life goals. They offer skills in a variety of focus areas and have significant experience in treating depression and anxiety. Click below and scroll through our provider gallery to learn more.
What is the Enneagram? The Enneagram is a 9-pointed figure, which represents 9 different personality types. As a counselor I like to use this with clients to help them understand themselves and others better. When we understand ourselves and others better it’s often easier within our relationships. Understanding each other