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615 1st Ave NE, Ste 405

Minneapolis, MN 55413

p. 612.324.7768

f.  612.248.3134

hello@cultivatecounselingmn.com

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How to find us:

Cultivate Counseling and Wellness is conveniently located in Northeast Minneapolis, with easy access to 94, 35W and 694. We are housed in the Banks Building, a historic staple of the Nicollet Island-East Bank neighborhood.

 

This building is easily accessible by public transit, and a 10-30 minutes bus ride from the University of Minnesota campus (depending on travel days and times). The Banks Building does have a limited number of visitor parking spots available for guests, and street parking is plentiful.

615 1st Ave NE, Ste 405

Minneapolis, MN 55413

What we offer:

Our providers see clients of all ages for individual services, and we have limited outpatient group support available. We look forward to expanding our services over the next year.

 

We are currently in the process of applying for insurance credentialing, and hope to be able to accept most major insurances soon. We currently accept private pay clients. 

 

Please read more about our team here, and use our online portal to schedule appointments. We look forward to meeting you!

What we do:

Sometimes life is hard. Sometimes life is hard becuase of a specific event - changing jobs, relational stress, or grief. Sometimes, life is hard because it's a Tuesday.

At Cultivate, we are honored to hold space for clients who are finding life a little bit hard. We value client-centered care, creativity, continuous education (for ourselves and our clients), and feeling connected within our practice, the community, and ourselves. 

We have a particular passion for working with adolescents and young adults, and bridging the gap between higher levels of care and real-life experiences like sharing a living space, grocery shopping, and keeping a budget. We specialize in age-appropriate guidance for those balancing mental health concerns with their first steps into adulthood.