Hannah is Minnesota born and bred. She has been in the treatment field and working with clients with mental health and substance use disorders for 13 years. She has been a licensed alcohol and drug counselor since 2013, recently graduated with her master's degree in Integrated Behavioral Health from the University of Minnesota, and is pursuing her LPCC. She has worked in MICD treatment, residential as well as outpatient settings, and extensively with Native American clients in a community clinic setting. Hannah's approach is deeply rooted in the humanistic and existential traditions and she is passionate about Rogerian, person-centered therapies, harm reduction, motivational interviewing, and strengths-based approaches. She currently lives in Golden Valley with her husband and Goldendoodle Henry.
PaulinaSteffer, MA LADC
Education/Experience – After completing a Master of Arts in addiction counseling at Hazelden graduate school, I worked as CD counselor at Hazelden. I then started a Master of Arts on Marriage and Family Therapy at Adler Graduate school, while providing chemical dependency (CD) services and completing my MH internship and practicum at Pangea Care.
Specialized Training – I have completed Adaptive Internal Relational (AIR) Network training and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) training, which have helped me gain techniques to support people struggling with trauma and dissociation.
I decided to learn more about these two modalities in particular, as they are both strengths-based, offer different skills for people to manage triggers and other difficulties on their own, while they complement each other. Areas of Clinical Interest – I enjoy working with individuals, families, and couples 12 years to older. Practice Areas - I enjoy working with people who struggle with mood disorder, trauma, addiction, grief, Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), situational struggles, relational problems, immigrants, and refugees. Personal Statement - I enjoy working with individuals, families, and couples ages 12 and older. I provide services to people struggling with depression, anxiety, chemical use, grief/loss, trauma, relationship concerns, and daily problems like life changes and transitions. I have mainly worked with immigrants trying to adapt into a different country, expectations, and cultural stress. I offer services in English and Spanish. I am trained in AIR Network Model which emphasizes in the treatment of complex trauma and neuro-dissociative states. I build my relationship with clients through a genuine manner, where I try to find the best approach to meet their needs. At MNCP we focus on treating individuals and families by a culturally sensitive approach, which correlates well with my values as an immigrant.
KatieHarrold, MA LMFT
Clinical Supervisor - Mental Health
Katie is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Board Approved Clinical Supervisor. She has collaborated with individuals, couples, youth, and families of all definitions in the metro area for over 15 years to support growth, change and healing. Some areas of special interest and experience include: approaching interactions with a trauma informed and culturally responsive lens, use of creativity and art in therapy, family systems, and LGBTQ+ identifying youth. Katie strives to support clients and their families in recognizing their resiliency by validating and honoring lived experiences to increase access to inner resources for healing.
Clinical Supervisor - Mental Health
My name is Lydia Majors-Roland and I have resided in the twin cities for the last 25 years. I am originally from southeast Wisconsin. I have worked in the social services and behavioral health field for more than 15 years. I have also served families in both crisis and non-crisis situations. I currently hold a professional license of LPCC, which I use to support individuals (both adult and children), families, and couples in psychotherapy, assessments, and psychoeducation from a Cognitive Behavioral perspective. I am also a MN Board approved Clinical Supervisor for both LPC/LPCC. I am passionate about assisting others in living a healthier lifestyle that can help them accomplish their daily goals.
I continue to further my education by participating in continuing education classes/credits to stay abreast in the behavioral health field. I am also currently attending school for my Doctorate in Educational Leadership, which I plan to use from a culturally sensitive perspective, by assisting underserved and BIPOC families whose children are receiving (EBD)IEP's at a disproportionate rate compared to their peers.