MN Trauma Project
In order to be listed in the MN Trauma Therapist Directory, we ask that you e-mail email@example.com with the following information:
Name and Credentials:
Insurances accepted: (Please list all insurances you are credentialed with)
Populations: (children, adolescents, adults, elders, veterans, law enforcement, sex offenders, couples, LGBTQ, dissociative disorders, DID)
Modalities utilized in therapy:
Modalities of Trauma Treatment Training and/or Certifications: (please identify the model(s) of trauma treatment in which you have completed training - see the Trauma Treatment Models page for examples)
Consultation for Therapists on Trauma: Yes
There is no charge to be listed on the MN Trauma Project website. In exchange for being listed, all that we ask is that if any of the information you originally submit changes, that you send MN Trauma Project the updated information. Our hope is to maintain a list that can be as accessible of a resource as possible to future clients searching for competent help.
Our hope is that we can offer a list of trauma therapists that is more helpful than the listings on Psychology Today, in which every therapist can check every specialty/competency, including trauma, regardless of whether or not they have completed specialized training in trauma treatment. Given that there is no possibility of individually vetting each person that submits their information as a trauma therapist, we will only include therapists who have completed training in one of the treatment models listed on the Trauma Treatment Models page. If you a therapist specializing in the treatment of trauma and do not utilize one of the listed models of trauma treatment, we ask that you include in your submission a description of how you approach the treatment of trauma. We apologize if this offends anyone, however, we believe that the treatment of trauma is a specialty that requires advanced training beyond what is offered in graduate school training programs and want to make every effort to connecting clients to providers with advanced training. Similarly, if you have not completed any advanced training in working with dissociation, we ask that you please do not list Dissociative Disorders or DID as a specialty. Again, if you feel that this is a competency, we ask that you simply provide a description of your approach to working with this often complex population.