Greg Seivert, MS, LP
Greg Seivert has been a practicing psychologist since 1977 and has a Masters of Science from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota. He wrote a contributing article to a counselor training manual on “Group Financial Counseling Techniques” and has presented at workshops and lectures on topics such as shame, conflict resolution, bi-lingual bi-cultural relationships, homophobia, and money and how it impacts the family. Currently he is co-leading a mixed-gender therapy group. Greg is also bi-lingual speaking English and Spanish.
Greg Seivert provides individual, couples, family and group therapy. He works with adolescents, adults and seniors as well as those in recovery from addictions. His practice specializes in men’s issues, but he also works with partners of sexual abuse survivors, those dealing with shame and sex addiction, the role and impact of money in relationships, family life, and includes those in the LGBTI community. His approach to psychotherapy is a Competency-Based approach, which means that he helps clients identify their strengths and resources, both as an individual as well as those in relationships with a significant other or with family members. He can help clients understand that even at the core of their most dysfunctional or counterproductive behavior is a strong desire for a mastery of and competence in their lives.
In his words:
I pay attention to how issues such as gender roles, power and status differences impact the expression of symptoms as well as the experiences of choice and freedom a person believes that they have to effect changes in their lives. Together we facilitate healing and self-empowerment.