Mary Jo Phillips, MS, LPCC
Mary Jo provides individual, couples and family counseling for children, youth and adults in both clinic and in-home settings.
Areas of expertise:
- Abuse and trauma recovery
- Couple and family relationships
- Depression and anxiety
- Domestic violence
Mary Jo provides a safe and supportive forum to address issues and to celebrate strengths and establish positive self-regard.
“I believe everyone in our world is significant and deserves to be heard and supported. I provide a safe, comfortable experience that respects individual differences and establishes positive self-regard. Counseling is an investment in yourself and your relationships. Changes made can provide a lifetime of positive returns."
Mary Jo’s orientation to counseling is based strongly in psychodynamic and family systems therapy principles as well as cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques. Accordingly, she will assist people in gaining insight regarding their concerns, frequently in the context of their past and present relationships, while also promoting healthy thought patterns and behavioral changes.
Mary Jo has 13 years’ experience and is a licensed mental health professional. Mary Jo gained her Master's degree in Community Counseling from St. Cloud State University. Her life experiences include serving in the U.S. Navy, marriage and parenting four children to adulthood.