Founded in St. Paul, MN.
24 Minnesota locations and growing!
Welcome to Ellie Minnesota!
When life has you feeling down, our qualified & compassionate therapists are here to help you feel better, either in person on our couch or virtually from yours. Across a range of services, from treatment for anxiety or depression to couples therapy to cutting-edge services like psychedelic therapy, we help you find a therapist you can vibe with.
Start your journey with these 3 steps
Review our options
Discover our Minnesota locations, services, accepted insurances, payment information, and therapists.
Select a location
Based on the telehealth or in-person services you’re looking for, find a location and give us a call or fill out a form to get started.
Get your Ellie match
Once we receive your information, we’ll connect you with a licensed mental health professional you can vibe with.
What can we help you with today?
Therapy services offered in Minnesota
We can help you find your happy spot. Get the non-judgmental care you deserve.
Work one-on-one with a therapist who will provide you with mental health care …
Attend therapy session with your partner – whether you’re just dating, engaged, or …
Attend therapy from the comfort and convenience of your home, or wherever else you have …
Virtual Reality Therapy
Take control of fear and anxiety with virtual reality therapy. VRT …
Work through family conflict with a therapist who can facilitate the conversation, work …
Get support in helping children manage mental health symptoms and learn rehabilitative skills to …
If psychiatric medications are right to add to your treatment for …
Loss and bereavement can be immobilizing. You might not know how to move forward or what …
Work through unresolved trauma and identify the areas of your life that trauma …
Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Therapy is a cutting-edge, evidence-backed …
Art therapy is an effective way to communicate what’s going on inside when …
Work one-on-one with a therapist who will provide you with mental health care individualized to your needs. Whether you are seeking treatment for a mental illness, support for a recent life change, or help in a specific area of your life, individual therapy is just between you and your therapist.
Attend therapy session with your partner – whether you’re just dating, engaged, or married. Couples therapy is a safe place to talk through relationship issues with a counselor you can trust, get help navigating a divorce, or build a strong foundation for the future.
Attend therapy from the comfort and convenience of your home, or wherever else you have an internet connection. With online therapy, you get deep with your therapist while sipping tea in your favorite comfy chair, snuggled in your pajamas, or between work meetings.
Virtual Reality Therapy
Take control of fear and anxiety with virtual reality therapy. VRT is a cutting-edge new therapy method that uses virtual reality to help expose and desensitize your brain to fear triggers. This therapy type is available for anyone age 14 and older.
Work through family conflict with a therapist who can facilitate the conversation, work through harmful patterns, and improve communication skills. Family therapy is a group effort – bring your partner, the kids, the in-laws, stepchildren, your siblings, or whoever else is involved with your family dynamic.
Get support in helping children manage mental health symptoms and learn rehabilitative skills to set them up for success down the road. This mental health service provided by a Children’s Therapeutic Services & Support therapist is a team effort involving both children and their families.
If psychiatric medications are right to add to your treatment for mental health needs, our team of psychiatrists and prescribers can prescribe, evaluate, and manage your medication. Our prescribers work closely with your therapist to ensure you are receiving the best treatment possible.
Loss and bereavement can be immobilizing. You might not know how to move forward or what comes next. Grief therapy provides you with professional support as you work through loss, process any trauma, and navigate next steps.
Work through unresolved trauma and identify the areas of your life that trauma has impacted. Trauma-informed therapy means working with a therapist who has a deep understanding of the many ways trauma can affect your life and your overall sense of self, safety, and well-being.
Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Therapy is a cutting-edge, evidence-backed treatment approach for treating trauma, anxiety, depression, and a wide range of mental health disorders. EMDR therapy often involves you talking about your trauma while moving your eyes back and forth to reprocess the traumatic experience.
Art therapy is an effective way to communicate what’s going on inside when you’re struggling to find the right words to express how you’re feeling. You don’t need to be an artist to enjoy the benefits, and it’s not the finished product that matters. Discover healing and expression with art therapy.
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Medication management can be a life-changing component of your mental health treatment. Our medication management services are backed by scientific research and are designed to help alleviate symptoms and improve your quality of life!
Services at specialty clinics
Psychedelic Assisted Therapy
The use of psychedelic medicine (currently ketamine) to enhance the process of psychotherapy can allow someone to “go deeper” into their own experience, story, and psyche to find healing. Ellie offers extensive, thoughtful, and informed psychotherapy for a wide range of mental health disorders.
Intensive Outpatient Programs
Sometimes your mental health needs a jump start. Ellie IOP are like a bootcamp for your mental health. When you don’t have time to waste and need to get back on track, Ellie IOP brings together a team including therapists and psychiatrists to work with you through evidence-based programs that are focused on getting you better faster- typically 4 days a week for 3 hours each day
Ellie Mental Health is committed to continuing to #fillthegap in our communities through our community-based services
We love our therapists. And so do you!
Ellie Mental Health Testimonials
She’s the best therapist I’ve ever had and cares so deeply about what I share. She’s genuine, caring, and so funny. Love that she’s BIPOC. #solidarity.
I’m a very complex person with ASD, ADHD, PTSD and I’m queer and polyamorous. I struggle with finding therapists that meet all my needs. Ellie makes me feel seen, supported and encouraged. This place changes lives!
I have never seen my daughter so happy talk to somebody in her life. She understands my daughter, she relates to my daughter, I’ve never seen a therapist like her before and we’ve seen many. My daughter feels heard, validated, understood and appreciated.
I have a hard time being emotionally vulnerable around anyone and everyone but Liz just knows exactly what to do! I’ve never met someone who can read me like a book before and she makes it comfortable. She doesn’t push me to talk about what’s happened to me but she helps me understand why I do things because of it.
It would be hard to overstate how life-changing it has been to work with Xoel. He provided a context to understand my childhood and adult life in a way I never would have and support to break out of harmful patterns. He is kind and empathetic and patient and not only never shames me but tries to guide me not to shame myself.
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