Michael Vesely – MA, LPCC
Integrated Behavioral Health Program Lead Clinician
Michael Vesely has worked in numerous settings over his 15 years as a mental health professional. He is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and started his career working in a long-term residential center for children and teens. Additionally, he has worked in mobile crisis response, school-based therapy and both inpatient and partial-hospitalization programs at the University of Minnesota Children’s Hospital.
Mike works with a variety of age groups, though he has passion and experience working with teens and families. His clinical focus includes anxiety, depression, family conflict, and anger management.
His education includes a bachelor’s degree from the University of MN-Duluth in teaching psychology and a master’s degree in community counseling from Denver Seminary. Mike’s therapeutic approach is interdisciplinary, using an individual’s strengths beyond a simple diagnosis. He is trained in cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-based counseling, trauma- focused therapy and psychodynamic modalities. The interventions are determined by a client’s need and clinical appropriateness. Ultimately, he sees therapy as a holistic experience rather than a one-size-fits-all process.
- MA - Denver Seminary, Denver
- Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor