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Alex Bruning, MS, LADC, LPCC Candidate

Alex Bruning, MS, LADC, LPCC Candidate

Alex completed his bachelor’s degree in philosophy at Minnesota State University Mankato, and he earned his master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from the University of Wisconsin Stout. Alex started at Progress Valley as an intern, working in the men’s and women’s residential programs. Soon after, he moved into a full-time clinical role at [...]

Kristen Neisen

Kristen Neisen, LADC, LPCC-IT

Kristin is a licensed alcohol and drug counselor (LADC) and a professional clinical mental health counselor in training (LPCC-IT). She works as a dual-diagnosis clinician in the Women’s Residential Program. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology and sociology: law, crime, and deviance at the University of Minnesota. Recently she received her graduate degree in [...]

Callie Padrnos

Callie Padrnos, MS, LPCC, LADC

Callie has worked in the mental health field for over seven years. She has experience with a wide range of clients, including people with chemical dependency, young adults, and children/adolescents. Callie is trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Her counseling style is person-centered and holistic. She uses a variety [...]

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