Dr. Ruth Buelow is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). Ruth earned her bachelor's degree in education from the University of Minnesota - Duluth. After a number of years teaching in the public schools, Ruth chose to pursue her master's degree in counseling and psychological services from the Adler Graduate School, located in Richfield, Minnesota. More recently, Ruth returned to Argosy University in Eagan, Minnesota and completed a Doctoral degree in Marriage and Family Therapy (DMFT).
The focus of Ruth's therapy practice has been with families and individuals in transition: families experiencing divorce or the loss of a parent/spouse, working with middle school and high school youth in a church setting, providing marital and pre-marital counseling. In addition, Ruth's practice include families and individuals in transition, those experiencing grief and loss, symptoms of anxiety and/or depression, struggles in school, increased stress, increased use of alcohol, and more. Ruth's experience also includes extensive experience working in the corporate world, providing executive coaching and change leadership. In addition to her private practice, Ruth teaches master's degree candidates as an adjunct faculty member at both the Adler Graduate School and Argosy University.
Ruth is married and the parent of three grown children. In her free time Ruth likes to dabble in photography, stay active in her community by volunteering, and loves to quilt and sew. As a Marriage and Family Therapist with years of professional, parenting, and life experience, Ruth believes that through supportive encouragement, families and individuals can work through individual and relational issues and bring forth important lasting change in their lives.