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Youth Therapy

Whether a young person is a victim or witness to the violence, it may have a significant impact on their family relationship, academic performance and social relations.

Youth Therapy

Cornerstone therapists provide assessment, treatment planning and ongoing support for children and youth (ages 6-17) and their families impacted by interpersonal violence: domestic violence, sexual violence and human trafficking.

Cornerstone’s therapy team utilizes a trauma-informed approach and is comprised of trained licensed therapists who have expertise in helping a child process the traumatic event, identify trauma triggers and provide healthy coping skills to assist with the healing journey. It is our goal to assist children, youth and their families to heal in a safe environment.

Focus of Therapy: 
Our therapy addresses a range of issues from domestic violence, sexual violence, sexual exploitation, chronic stress and anxiety, depression, family relationships, family changes, abuse and traumatic events.

Cornerstone offers mental health therapy services and support for women, men, children, adolescents and families.

We offer individual and family therapy services at multiple Cornerstone office location in Bloomington, Minneapolis and Brooklyn Park (limited availability.)

Therapy appointments are available Monday through Friday during business hours (9am to 5pm) with some evening availability.

We accept insurance, Medical Assistance, PMAPs and private pay. We offer sliding scale fee for uninsured or underinsured based upon income.

The first step in the process is to call and schedule an assessment. Our comprehensive diagnostic assessment process enables our staff to understand the social, emotional or behavioral challenges related to an individual’s trauma history. It is a great foundation to start planning the healing journey. Treatment planning will be developed in collaboration with the individual.

Call 612-374-9077 to complete a phone screening or to ask questions.
Referrals are accepted directly from individuals, families or other service providers.