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Laurie Camilli, LICSW

About Laurie Camilli

I am passionate about helping others find strength and courage to overcome their daily challenges. I strive to empower clients by establishing a positive rapport, facilitating an inclusive and safe environment, and focusing on achievable goals. Throughout the past fourteen years, I gained experience working in both clinical and educational settings. As a clinician, I provided both outpatient and inpatient therapy to individuals, couples, and families. I specialized in treating the intersection of women’s issues and eating disorders, using psychoeducational, supportive, and cognitive behavioral strategies. Additionally, I have experience applying my social work background to advocate for children and teens within K-6 schools. This diverse background supporting individuals with mental health issues, disabilities, and educational needs informs my approach to social and emotional skill development.

I practice with a person-centered, strength- based and cognitive behavioral therapy approach to help individuals on their journey towards healing and growth. I strongly believe in the collaborative process to establish an individualized treatment plan that works to identify and achieve clients goals.

Everyone needs a direction, once in a while.

In my career as a therapist, I have clinically treated clients with a wide range of challenges, including eating disorders, anxiety, depression, parenting issues, relationship concerns, and stress management. I have an interest in working with teens, college-aged students, and adults. I am an open and affirming therapist and LGBTQ+ ally.

In my personal life, I love to spend time with my friends and family. I enjoy going for walks with my energetic dog, trying new restaurants in the Twin Cities, and travelling to wherever my four kids are. I like to explore all that Minnesota has to offer, from kayaking on the lake in the summer to snowshoeing and hiking in the winter.


LICSW- Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

BSW – Bachelor of Social Work
University of Wisconsin EauClaire

MSSW – Masters of Social Work
University of Wisconsin Madison


Anxiety Disorder
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Grief Management
Identity & Body Image
Life Transitions
Parent Child Interaction
Relationship Issues
Seasonal Affective Disorder
Stress Management
Women’s Issues




Chanhassen, MN


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy
Supportive Psychotherapy

Meet the providers

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