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Betsy Sansby, Counseling for Individuals, Couples, Families

In-office & secure, online sessions now available
4275 Churchill Circle
Minnetonka, MN 55345
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Betsy Sansby, Counseling for Individuals, Couples, Families
Betsy Sansby, MS

"Thanks, Betsy, for your part in my journey.  I hold so much gratitude for your guidance and friendly nudges toward lightness." -Client

A note from Betsy:

When you're really struggling, you need more than a good listener. You need someone who can sort through the details fast, and get you moving in a healthier direction as quickly as possible.

You can expect me to:                                                     

-- Ask direct questions                                                    

-- Notice what others miss

-- Tell you what I really think

-- Care about your well-being

-- Insist you do your homework

-- Make each step as easy as possible

Don't expect me to:                     

-- Sit and nod

-- Agree with you all the time

-- Avoid difficult topics

-- Work harder than you do

-- Perform miracles very often

Once we identify the patterns of behavior and habits of mind that are causing you problems, we'll come up with a plan for how to change them. Each time we meet, we'll talk about what's working and what isn't, and I'll give you concrete tools you can take home and practice with between sessions, so you're always making progress--even when I'm not around.

Betsy Sansby is a licensed marriage and family therapist with 30 years of clinical experience counseling individuals, couples, and families. For many of those years, she also supervised other therapists. She has appeared in Redbook Magazine, and has been featured in The Ladies' Home Journal. She is the author of Ask Betsy, a popular online advice column. In addition to her general practice, Betsy is also an expert in the treatment of depression and anxiety, and is certified to deliver the Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy program for preventing relapses of depression.