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Sean Grady, MA, LMFT

About Sean Grady

Over the course of my career, I have worked in various levels of care and settings within the healthcare system. I had the opportunity to work with clients with a wide range of mental health issues and from many unique backgrounds. I have interest and experience working with clients who deal with anxiety-related disorders (GAD, OCD, panic & social anxiety) and depressive disorders.

I work collaboratively with clients to set goals, create a supportive environment and guide clients to help achieve those goals.

Everyone needs a direction, once in a while.

My therapeutic approach integrates cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), solution focused and family systems therapy. My style of therapy focuses on empowering clients, helping them to reflect and deconstruct issues to find new ways of managing with their issues. In my personal time, I enjoy playing guitar, walking my dog, spending time with my family, playing tabletop & video games, watching television, film, and sports.

CREDENTIALS:

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
MA – Marriage and Family Therapy – St. Mary’s University of Minnesota
BA – Psychology – University of Minnesota

WHAT I TREAT:

Anxiety Disorder
Attachment Issues
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Compulsive Disorders
Depression
Divorce Recovery
Life Transitions
Relationship Issues
Seasonal Affective Disorder
Sleep Issues
Stress Management

WHO I TREAT:

Teens/Adolescents
Adults
Families

LOCATIONS:

Chanhassen, MN

TREATMENT OPTIONS:

Behavioral Modification
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Family Therapy
Interpersonal Therapy
Motivational Interviewing
Supportive Psychotherapy

Meet the team

Our clinical team is diverse and in keeping with our vision this allows for choice. We merge personal background and experience, education, creativity, and passion into a professional vision: commitment to diversity in both theory and practice. We make every effort to assign clinicians with respect to a client’s and/or family’s therapeutic and cultural needs.

Think of us as your cheerleaders on the sidelines. You've seen it, the smile, the simple nod of the head. Small gestures that say: we understand, we are listening and we are here for you. That's who we are.