14665 Galaxie Avenue, Suite 210
Apple Valley, MN 55124
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Jean Storlie, LPCC
Jean has worked as a mental health professional for 4 years. Her primary focus is with children 0-7, although she has also seen children/adolescents up to the age of 18 as well adults. She is DC 0-5 and ESCII trained. Jean has completed assessments for children as young as 5 months old. She is play therapy trained and working towards certification. She has provided play therapy services to children as young as 2 years old. Her approach is client centered and based in the understanding that children do not have bad behaviors but behaviors stemming from trauma in their past. Many children and even some adolescents are not able to verbally express their emotions and "find the words" to use in therapy. Play is a natural way for children to express themselves and resolve issues that may be difficult for them. She believes it is important to connect with parents and children in a meaningful way; to assess and treat emotional and behavioral concerns, it is important for families to be involved in treatment together. She helps families build pathways to positive change while addressing emotional and behavioral concerns utilizing a strength based approach.
Jean has experience providing therapy to children, youth and adults in urban, suburban and rural outpatient and community based clinics, in school/daycare/headstart and in home therapy settings. Jean is culturally competent and trauma based in her therapy services. She is culturally responsive and experienced with historical trauma. She is experienced completing diagnostic assessments for Rule 79 and SPMI clients. She has utilized interpreters in order to complete diagnostic assessments for Spanish, Amharic, and sign language speaking clients. She has completed assessments for Juvenile Detention clients. She has also completed assessments for Immigration clients. Jean is adoption competent and trained. Jean is a trans- racially adoptive parent of special needs children. Jean has previously worked in the field of child protection, adoption, truancy and county mental health services and is familiar with the dynamics that come with those services. She is a LPC/LPCC board certified supervisor.