Northtown Psychology Associates was founded March of 2002 to serve the mental health needs of the North Metro Area. It has thrived in the area betweeen Unity Hospital and Mercy Hospital, and continues to be a reliable and stable environment for those seeking psychological services. If you wish to make an appointment with one of our mental health professionals, please call 763-785-8111.
Meet the people of Northtown Psychology
Gail A Noller, PsyD
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Dr. Noller specializes in health psychology, the treatment of depression and anxiety related to diagnosis and treatment of chronic and terminal illnesses. She is also a grief therapist which deals with any of life's changes and losses.
Deborah C Miller, PsyD
PH: 763-785-8111, Ext. 4
Dr. Miller specializes in the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, relationship issues, and trauma. Dr. Miller also puts her years of experience into working with the interface between physical and mental health.
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Julianne Love specializes in relationship issues and trauma recovery for individuals and couples. She works from an interpersonal model which uses the power of relationships to recover and heal. She received her graduate training at the University of Wisconsin.
PH: 763-785-8111, Ext. 1
Kimberly specializes in the treatment of adolescent and adult individuals, and couples/families experiencing anxiety and mood disorder, life transitions, relationship issues, and trauma. Kimberly is also trained in EMDR and TF-CBT. She received her graduate training at St. Mary's University and is a licensed marriage and family therapist.
Jennifer A Olson
MDiv, MSW, LICSW
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Jennifer specializes in the treatment of adults and couples, who are struggling with issues related to trauma, anxiety, grief, mood disorders and substance use disorders. She is trained in EMDR. Jennifer received her MDiv from Harvard Divinity School, and her MSW from Smith School for Social Work. She completed a post-grad fellowship in the integration of spirituality and psychotherapy at the Danielsen Institute of Boston University, where she focused on work with couples.