James Chadwick, MSW, LICSW
A trusting therapeutic relationship is the beginning of positive change. With time and effort, you can begin to look at concerns and feelings like shame, loneliness, anger, fear, and sadness that may have brought you to therapy in the first place. The theories I use to guide my practice are cognitive behavioral theory and attachment theory. Awareness of thoughts and feelings makes positive behavioral changes possible. Developing a trusting therapeutic relationship leads to opportunities to grow while strengthening your relationships and your sense of self. I look forward to beginning this exciting and fulfilling work with you!
My goal is to help you tap into positive coping and communication skills you already have until they feel more natural. I provide psychoeducation on chemical dependency, sexuality and relationships, & mood disorders and I am an adjunct faculty member at Augsburg University in the Social Work department.
My clinical mission is to provide a safe space where you can discuss anything openly and free of judgment.
1600 University Avenue West,
St. Paul, MN 55104
- Anger management
- Psychosexual evaluations
- Short-term sexual responsibility therapy
- Child and adolescent issues and parent training
- Psychosexual and psychologic evaluations
- LGBTQ population
- Sexuality issues
- Blue Cross-Blue Shield
- Health Partners
- Preferred One