Meet Our Team in Lakeville, MN

The vision of Collaborative Counseling is to guide and inspire people to overcome the obstacles they face and strive towards their goals. Our goal is to help people bring more joy, laughter and love into their life. It is our mission to provide counseling that will help people live their lives to the fullest by supporting them through difficult times as well as teaching them skills that will allow them to make changes and progress towards a healthier, happier, more fulfilling life.

Rebecca Krug

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MA, LMFT)
Board Approved Professional Counselor (BAPC)
MN State Approved Licensed Supervisor LMFT & LPCC

Education

Bachelor of Science, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, Minnesota School of Professional Psychology Argosy

Clinical Approach

Rebecca works from a client centered and strengths based approach. She believes each person is an expert onto themselves and has the power to heal. Her goal is to empower each person on their journey of recovery and wellness through healing and self-discovery. She believes that each session involves excellent therapy as well as the building of solid skills to better manage and lead a balanced life. One of her goals for each session is for you to leave with a skill that can be used immediately.

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Heidi S. Telschow

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (MSW, LICSW)
MN State Approved Licensed Supervisor for LSW, LGSW

Education

Bachelor of Science, Winona State University, Winona, MN
Masters of Clinical Social Work, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN

Clinical Approach

Heidi finds joy and deep reward in walking alongside her clients to achieve psychological, emotional, and spiritual wellness. She firmly believes that people can grow & evolve through life’s most difficult experiences when met with a safe & non-judgmental environment to do important and transformative work. Heidi encourages all of her clients to draw on their own strengths in order to incorporate mindfulness and intentional living into their daily life. She strives to have clients leave the therapy space feeling heard, understood, renewed, & inspired to create healthy change.

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