It’s now been more than a year and a half since we first went into lockdown, and studies show that the pandemic continues to have an impact on mental health. One Twin Cities-based mental health provider is seeing it firsthand and says that it's taking steps to break down barriers to care. "Everyone has a unique story to tell. They just need to feel safe to share it," Erin Pash said.
Ellie Family Services’ co-founders Erin Pash & Kyle Keller, with Director Kyle Ross & Dr. Manoj Doss, launch the Institute for Integrative Therapies as first psychedelic-assisted therapy in MN.
Erin Pash wins 2020 Women in Business award from the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal!
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Mental health struggles are a very real problem for many as we self-quarantine. Local therapist Matt Johnson joined Cory Hepola to discuss the issue and share some insight on how to get through these days.
Cory Hepola, WCCO radio host, and Matt Johnson, Ellie therapist and director, talk about how anxiety and the importance of normalizing mental health distress.
Kim Johnson reports on the collaborative initiative between Ellie and the West St Paul police department. Supporting the community by bringing wellness consultations to law enforcement personnel.
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