• Individual, Couples, & Family Therapy
  • The Infertility Counseling Center
  • Perinatal Loss Counseling
  • The Postpartum Counseling Center
  • Medication Management
  • Individual, Couples, & Family Therapy

  • The Infertility Counseling Center

  • Perinatal Loss Counseling

  • The Postpartum Counseling Center

  • Medication Management

Providing professional counseling and therapy for people in need.

Whether you are making important life changes, or struggling with problems beyond your control,
we provide coaching and psychotherapy to help you deal with a wide variety of life issues.

Latest Blog Posts


  • Staff Spotlight: Jessica Lind-Lamoureux

    Staff Spotlight: Jessica Lind-Lamoureux

    This edition of staff spotlight features our very own Jessica Lind-Lamoureux! Jessica is an Independent Practitioner at our St. Louis Park location. It is my pleasure to introduce you to…

  • How Am I? Crumbling, Thanks for Asking {Getting Real with Our Emotions}

    I’d like to share with you today writing by Amanda Fuselier out of Lafayette, Louisiana. She is a self-described social worker/yoga teacher/toddler tamer… and I’ll add to that list… one…

  • Mama Self-Care Series – Part 1

    Mama Self-Care Series – Part 1

    The article below is part of a 2-part series, written for Postpartum Support International, November 23, 2018, by Maggie Gurman. We thought it was very useful, so reprinted it here:…

  • Staff Spotlight: Anna Barlage

    Staff Spotlight: Anna Barlage

    It’s Staff Spotlight time! Our monthly opportunity to highlight one of the amazing therapists here at PHA Wellness/The Postpartum Counseling Center. This month’s Staff Spotlight features, Anna Barlage, MA, LMFT.…

  • Staff Spotlight: Mandy Wannarka

    Staff Spotlight: Mandy Wannarka

    It is my pleasure to introduce you to our January Staff Spotlight team member, Mandy Wannarka, MSW, LICSW. Mandy is an Independent Practitioner at our St. Louis Park location. Mandy…

  • “Here we are again – the start of a New Year….”

    Hello and happy new year. 2019 here we come! In reading the below post, I got chills, I smiled, I nodded my head in agreement. I then immediately sent it…

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