Trusted Therapists Matched to Your Needs
The Lorenz Clinic of Family Psychology is a multi-disciplinary psychotherapy clinic serving the unique mental health needs of children, adults, families, couples and groups.
With every client, we strive to foster a therapeutic relationship marked by trust, approachability, and deference.
Understanding the issue deeper sometimes requires measurement and comparison to statistical norms.
Oftentimes you need others who understand because they’ve lived what you’re going through.
Medication services address the physiological component of many mental illnesses.
Our staff is highly trained and
specialized to meet your needs
Four convenient locations in the
southern Twin Cities suburbs
We foster a therapeutic
relationship marked by
We provide a distinctive and diverse
blend of family-centered services
for clients at any stage of life
What Makes Lorenz Clinic
Right For You
The majority of mental health issues are dependent on the people around you. Our staff puts the therapeutic relationship first, which is the best place to start.About Lorenz Clinic
Many resources are available to help you in your time of need. If you can’t wait until your appointment, here are some resources that might help.Resources
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Working at Lorenz means you’re one of the best. Learn more about how you can join our group of providers who are dedicated to clinical excellence, professionalism, and the common good.Join Us
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