Twin Cities Therapy Network

Below we have a list of therapists and practitioners in the Twin Cities available to offer services to new clients. While these providers will not offer you access to illegal substances, they do offer supportive therapy and other modalities aimed at helping to integrate the psychedelic experience, and are “psychedelic-friendly” surrounding your specific needs for wellness within the psychedelic community. Everyone listed in this network abides by our Codes of Conduct when engaging with clients and representing the Psychedelic Society of Minneapolis.

CODES OF CONDUCT

 

Ryan Westrum, PhD, MA

Ryan is a nationally recognized psychedelic integration expert. For more than 15 years, his primary focus has been working with individuals and groups facilitating experiential therapy and integrating psychedelic journeys into healing and personal transformation.

Kyle Keller, MSW, LICSW

Kyle is a licensed clinical social worker and therapist and has worked in the field of mental health for 13 years, across multiple settings, including group homes, homeless shelters, IRTS facilities, in-home/community, in jail and prison settings.

 

Sal Salerno, PhD, LAc

Sal Salerno is a licensed acupuncturist (NPI: 1851816128) registered by the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice and certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).

Linda Zlotnick

Linda works with clients full time, has taught astrology to beginners and seasoned students alike, participated on the board of ProSig, OPA, and STARS. She is currently been certified through OPA.

 
 

Are you a provider that wants to become a part of the Twin Cities Therapy Network?

 

In need of immediate help and can’t afford the high cost of mental health care or emergency room visits? Local walk-in clinics in Minneapolis and St. Paul can help with short term mental health needs!

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Walk-In Counseling Center was founded by a group of psychologists in 1969, in response to the unmet need for accessible mental health services in the Twin Cities. They incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in 1971.

For the past 50 years they have provided free mental health counseling to help thousands of people address issues of depression, anxiety, chemical abuse/dependency, trauma, domestic violence and a variety of other emotional and interpersonal concerns.

Their mission is to provide free, easily accessible mental health counseling to people with urgent needs and few service options. Their overarching goal is to help people stabilize during a time of crisis and resolve problems before they become severe.

 

For longer term mental health care at a reduced cost, Open Path Collective offers fee-for-service options for low-income clients.

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Open Path Psychotherapy Collective is a non-profit nationwide network of mental health professionals dedicated to providing in-office mental health care—at a steeply reduced rate—to individuals, couples, children, and families in need.

In partnership with licensed mental health clinicians in private practice throughout the fifty states, Open Path Psychotherapy Collective provides middle and lower-income level individuals, couples, families, and children with access to affordable psychotherapy and mental health education services.