Our Team

Jennifer Moreland

Jennifer is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. She works with individuals (adults) and couples.  She interacts with clients through empathetic understanding, genuineness, unconditional positive regard, training, and experience. She looks at one’s self-concept and how this shapes their interaction in their world through the use of client-centered therapy using a strength-based approach, including spiritual, energy, and cultural awareness. She creates a genuine therapeutic relationship with each person that is built through respect, honesty, authenticity, compassion, and dignity while accepting where each individual is on their path to wellness. She also uses evidenced based trauma trained models (EMDR, ART, and Hypnoanalysis), trauma informed care, and a bottom-up (body) approach to healing. Her belief is that we all fall under the spectrum of trauma with one end of the spectrum being Post-traumatic stress disorder (Big T) and the other end having experienced hurtful events in our lives (Little t), which is simply part of the human condition.

Credentials

  • License number and state: 2859 Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy Board Approved Supervisor

Trainings/Workshops

  • Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy – MN Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy
  • Pet Loss Grief Therapy Trained Professional – PESI
  • Hypnoanalysis Level III of III (currently in training) American Academy of Clinical Hypnoanalysts with Jeanne Clark DSW, LICSW from Spooner, WI and Don Hardy-Holley MA, LPC-S, LMFT-S, NCC, BCC  from San Antonio, TX
  • ART – Accelerated Resolution Therapy Enhanced Training with Mary Kathy Long, LMHC through ROSENZWEIG CENTER FOR RAPID RECOVERY, LLC (RCRR) held in Mesa, AZ
  • ART – Accelerated Resolution Therapy Advanced Training with Mary Kathy Long, LMHC through ROSENZWEIG CENTER FOR RAPID RECOVERY, LLC (RCRR) held in Mesa, AZ
  • ART – Accelerated Resolution Therapy Basic Training with Mary Anders MA, LP through ROSENZWEIG CENTER FOR RAPID RECOVERY, LLC (RCRR) held in Duluth, MN
  • Hypnoanalysis Level II of III  American Academy of Clinical Hypnoanalysts with Jeanne Clark DSW, LICSW from Spooner, WI
  • Hypnoanalysis Level I of III American Academy of Clinical Hypnoanalysts with Jeanne Clark DSW, LICSW from Spooner, WI
  • Social and Community Services graduate certificate: Capella University
  • New Frontiers in Trauma Treatment:  Bessel A. van der Kolk, MD
  • TF-CBT (Trauma Focused- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) 6 day (2 weekend: Basic Training and Advanced Training) intensive training through United Health Foundation Training Institute at the Washburn Center for Children:  Dr. David Hong
  • EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) intensive 3-day training: EMDR Institute held in Minneapolis, MN
  • EMDR intensive 3-day training: EMDR Institute held in San Diego, CA
  • Why the Body Holds the Key to the Treatment of Trauma: NICABM
  • Treating Trauma Master Series:  NICABM
  • Shame and Self-Loathing in the Treatment of Trauma: PESI
  • Working with the Neurobiological Legacy of Trauma: Jania Fisher PhD
  • MN Board of Marriage and Family Therapy Clinical Supervision 30-hour course – Guadalupe Alternative Programs
  • Positive Mental Health Using the Forest: FEAP Academy
  • N.E.T. (Neuro-Emotional Technique): NET MIND BODY in Seattle, WA
  • Working with Men:  Terry Real
  • Advanced Hypnosis Techniques for Trauma and Addictions: Jeanne Clark, DSW, LSCW held in Spooner, WI
  • Hold Me Tight Workshop in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy – Bryan Kingsriter MA, LMFT and Bev Stratton MA, LPC, ThD
  • Mapping Trauma for Trauma Informed Care:  Jeanne Clark, DSW, LSCW held in Spooner, WI
  • Sensorimotor Psychotherapy from a Distance: Webinar with Dr. Pat Ogden
  • Helping Traumatized Clients Overcome Fear and Threat: Webinar with Janina Fisher, Ph.D.

Holistic Trainings/Workshops

  • Weekend I (of 4) of the Andean Medicine Wheel:  Holly Schuck MS, LICSW
  • Weekend II (of 4) of the Andean Medicine Wheel:  Holly Schuck MS, LICSW
  • Weekend III (of 4) of the Andean Medicine Wheel:  Holly Schuck MS, LICSW
  • Weekend IV (of 4) of the Andean Medicine Wheel:  Holly Schuck MS, LICSW
  • Reiki Level II Practitioner

Memberships

  • Minnesota Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
  • American Academy of Clinical Hypnoanalysts Associate Member
  • IS-ART – International Society Accelerated Resolution Therapy

Laura Eustice

Laura Eustice is a clinical Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW) with over 20-years’ experience in providing mental health services. As a clinical social worker, she works from a holistic perspective that takes into account not only a person’s inner psychological states and schemas, but their history, their biology and the environments in which they live. Laura has experience building therapeutic relationships with folks from diverse backgrounds and strives to provide a safe and welcoming space for all. Her focus is on assisting people to foster clearer and deeper relationships with themselves, each other and the natural world of which we are a part. Laura is currently pursuing a PhD in Psychology in Ireland where her research focuses on the interplay between psychology and culture. Because of this, she is currently providing TELEHEALTH ONLY for folks ages 14+.

Credentials

  • License number and state: 29823 Minnesota Board of Social Work
  • Member M15855 Irish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Trainings/Workshops

  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Beck Institute/Boston University
  • Advanced Group Therapy: Boston University
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy: PESI
  • Diversity and Equity: National Association of Social Workers
  • Why the Body Holds the Key to the Treatment of Trauma: NICABM
  • Treating Trauma Master Series: NICABM
  • Mandated Reporter Training: St. Louis County
  • HIPPA Compliance for Healthcare Professionals: Telebehavioral Health Institute
  • Telehealth Best Practices: Telebehavioral Health Institute
  • Mindfulness: PESI
  • Circle of Courage, Culturally-Responsive Indigenous Youth Work: YIPA
  • YogaCalm
  • Aabinoojiiyag-Wakhanheza Un Thantanhanpi, “For All the Children” Sacred Beings: University of Minnesota Tribal Training and Certification Partnership
  • Equine-Assisted Growth and Learning: OK Corral
  • Sung Nagi Kici Okiju, Becoming One with the Spirit of the Horse: Jon Eagle, Sr., MSW
  • Trauma and Attachment: Wilder Foundation Center for Attachment
  • Ganawenindidiwag, They Take Care of Each Other; Indigenous Mental Health and Wellness: American Indian Health Council
  • Polyvagal Theory: PESI
  • Somatic Experiencing: Somatic Experiencing International

Memberships

  • National Association of Social Workers
  • Minnesota Society for Clinical Social Work
  • Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

Megan Gruhlke

Megan is a pre-licensed professional, completing her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. She is currently under supervision as she finishes her degree. She works with teens, adults, couples and families. Her goal is to meet clients where they are with empathetic curiosity and non-judgment to be able to provide a client-centered, integrative systemic approach. She believes that as humans we have an incredible ability to cope, find ways to heal, and develop new ways of relating to one another. Whether you’re dealing with conflict in your relationships, feeling overwhelmed with stress, learning to breathe again after a traumatic event, or wanting to address old wounds, you deserve to find balance and wholeness again.

Her clinical interests are anxiety, depression, relational problems, trauma, sexual/intimacy concerns, abuse, grief, spiritual/faith-related concerns, and premarital counseling. She is comfortable working with clients of a wide variety of identities and values.  Christian faith is something she can incorporate as desired.
Trainings/Workshops
  • Psychological First Aid: A Minnesota Community Supported Model – University of Minnesota
  • Trauma Treatment Skills for Survivors of Domestic Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence – Christiane Sanderson, BSc., MSc.
  • Multicultural Awareness & Diversity: Powerful Strategies to Advance Client Rapport & Cultural Competence – Lambers Fisher, MN, LMFT, MDIV
  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level I Training – in process