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  • Appointment Request | pcsmn

    3300 Fernbrook Lane Suite 120 Plymouth, MN 55447 763-559-7050 Contact Locations Main Office- Plymouth 3300 Fernbrook Lane North Suite 120 Plymouth, MN 55447 Directions to Plymouth Office St. Louis Park Located within Pediatric Services 4700 Park Glen Road St. Louis Park, MN 55416 Directions to Saint Louis Park Office

  • Psycholgy Consultation Specialists | Minneapolis, MN |

    MYIO Portal Information Dear Valued Client, We are excited to announce that, on March 1, 2024 , we are switching to a new electronic medical record (EMR) platform that will offer you more features, and convenience. The new platform is designed to improve your health care experience and outcomes. As part of this transition, you will receive an invitation to sign up for the new patient portal (MYIO). The invitation will be sent to your mobile number on file within the next few days. Please follow the instructions to create your account and verify your identity. To download the app visit: Important information about MYIO: MYIO is your all-in-one patient portal! With MYIO, you have one easy platform for all interactions with our practice. Through the MYIO app or browser, you can: Securely communicate with your care team Join telehealth appointments View and pay your account balance Complete ongoing mental health assessments Update your personal and insurance information Receive monthly statements and pay bills online NOTE: Statements will no longer be sent in the mail, but will be electronically sent through the secure patient portal. If someone else is responsible for payingyour bills, please let them know about how to access the statements AND MUCH MORE! If you haven’t met with your provider yet, MYIO will help you onboard with your provider and prepare you for your first session. We’ll make it easy for you to get all the information you need to start your provider relationship online, so you don’t have to fill out paperwork in the office when you begin. We care about your security. The MYIO app, web browser, and secure messaging are HIPAA-compliant and backed by market-leading secure cloud infrastructure. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we make this change. Please complete your portal registration one week prior to your next appointment. Sincerely, Psychology Consultation Specialists

  • Psychology Consultation Specialists, PLLC | psychotherapy | psychiatry | assessment | Minneapolis

    WELCOME We serve adults, children, teens and families to meet all of your psychological needs in one place. Our Services Our Team Our Contact Our Services Behavior Therapy Cognitive Behavior Therapy Couples Counseling Dialectical Behavior Therapy Family Therapy Interpersonal Therapy Individual Therapy Psychotherapy Read More Attention, Memory, Learning, Planning Executive Function Social Skills Intelligence Language Academic Achievement Emotions, Behavior, Personality Assessment Read More Medication management for children, teens, adults Genesight testing Medication Management Read More Delays in walking, talking and interacting with others Attention and hyperactivity concerns Behavior or emotional difficulties due to development/learning problems Autism Genetic disorders associated with neurodevelopmental differences Sensory differences Developmental Assessment Read More Our Clients Children. Teens. Adults. Families. Couples. Adjustment & Mental Health Anxiety Chronic Medical Illness Depression Divorce Grief and Loss Parenting Stress Management ​ Interpersonal Conflict Anger Management Giftedness Irritability Motivation Perfectionism Developmental Challenges Attention Disinhibition/Hyperactivity Executive Functioning Skills Gifted and Talented Mathematics Reading Writing Skills Our Mission PCS provides evidence-based, collaborative, mental health care for individuals across the lifespan--children, teens, and adults. We adapt to meet the needs of our clients, referring providers, and the local community.

  • Front Desk Receptionist | pcsmn

    Employment Opportunities-Administration Administrative Professional: Front Desk Receptionist A well-established psychology practice located in the northwest metro is looking for you ! Our ideal candidate possesses the following qualities: Professional, positive attitude Patient and compassionate Attentive to detail Organized Ability to work Monday-Friday, 40 hours Qualifications: Customer service experience Proficient computer skills Medical office experience preferred Job Duties: Checking in patients Collecting patient payments Time-sensitive, daily tasks: Scanning Copying Faxing Test scoring Supporting office staff and providers Accepts packages, mail, and lunch orders. Sort mail, sign for packages and give to appropriate person or put away Sign for lunch orders. Place lunch order in break room or refrigerator. Tidying the office (waiting room, break room, open spaces, copy room) Checking fridge for smell Unloading dishwasher/reloading Cleaning toys/magazines in waiting room Please send resume and salary requirements to


    Call 763-559-7050 to schedule with Michelle Iversen, MA, LMFT, CCTP, CAIMHP Ms. Iversen sees patients in Plymouth or via tele-health Michelle Iversen, MA, LMFT, CCTP, CAIMHP ​ Services Provid ed Child Psychotherapy Teen Psychotherapy Adult Psych otherapy Family Psychotherapy ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Speci alties LGBTQIA+ Gender Identity Adjustment disorders Life Transitions Eating disorders Anxiety Depression Mood Disorders Parenting issues Career Issues Self Esteem Directions to Plymouth office Educatio n B.A. in Behavioral Science, University of Maine at Machias, Machias, MEI M.A. in Co unseling Psychology, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN ​ Certificatio n Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) Certified Addictions-Informed Professional (CAIMHP) ​ Ms. Iversen is a licensed marriage and family therapist who specializes in working with the LGBTQIA+ population and individuals exploring gender identity and transition. She provides services to children, teens, adults, and families including individual and family therapy services. Ms. Iversen’s areas of expertise include eating disorders, self esteem, mood and anxiety disorders. Ms. Iversen sees clients at the Plymouth office.

  • Mary Zielinski, Ph.D., L.P. | pcsmn

    Call 763-559-7050 to schedule with Mary Zielinski, Ph.D., L.P. ​ Dr. Zielinski sees patients in Plymouth Mary Zielinski, Ph.D., L.P. Directions ​ Services Provided Child Psychotherapy Neuropsychological Assessment ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Specialties ADHD Adjustment disorders Anxiety Executive function Depression Dyslexia Dysgraphia Giftedness Education BA in Psychology, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN MA in Clinical Psychology, Minnesota State University-Mankato, MN Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (emphasis in Child Clinical), University of North Dakota APA approved doctoral internship in Child/Adolescent Psychiatry and Health Psychology, University of Minnesota Dr. Zielinski has over 20 years of experience treating and assessing children in a multidisciplinary hospital setting. She has helped children with a variety of developmental, emotional, and behavioral difficulties associated with ADHD, anxiety, developmental disorders (e.g., Autism Spectrum Disorders), mood regulation difficulties, executive functioning deficits, and problems adjusting to new situations. She helps coordinate care with physicians, educators, and developmental/rehabilitation specialists. She also has experience working with children who have health-related issues, including sleep regulation difficulties and feeding problems. Her expertise has been used in a number of medical clinics, including those dealing with learning and behavior difficulties, child development issues, and genetic disorders. She has expertise working with young children who have difficulties with behavior outbursts and problems with transitions. Dr. Zielinski sees clients at the Plymouth office.

  • ADHD groups | pcsmn

    ADHD Seminars and Groups These programs have been designed to support parents of children and adolescents diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. ​ Introduction to ADHD This workshop will be offered every other month during the school year for parents and caregivers of children diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). ​ It has been designed to help parents better understand ADHD and how to best help their children to be successful at home, in school, and in the community. ​ All are welcome- You do not need to be a client at PCS to attend this seminar. More About ADHD 101 Parent Support Group Each session will be facilitated by a psychologist and a retired behavioral pediatrician. Sessions will begin with a brief presentation on each month’s topic, followed by time for questions and parent-to-parent support. ​ Topics include executive function, managing emotions, parenting tips, friendships and social skills, medication, sleep and nutrition, and planning for a successful summer ​ All are welcome- You do not need to be a client at PCS to attend this seminar. More About Parent Support

  • Forms | pcsmn

    Forms Please complete the appropriate forms prior to your appointment. ​ Be sure to bring your health insurance card to the appointment. For a medication management or developmental assessment appointment: Online Forms Medication Management Registration Packet - Child Medication Management Registration Packet - Teen Medication Management Registration Packet- Adult Medication Management Release and Exchange of Information Provider Referral Form Click Here For a psychotherapy or neuropsychological assessment appointment: Online Forms Registration Packet - Child Registration Packet - Teen Registration Packet - Adult Release and Exchange of Information - Physician Release and Exchange of Information - Other provider, school, therapist For Telemedicine Appointments Online Forms Telemedicine Consent The following forms are for your review (No need to bring to the appointment) Privacy practices Financial policies Cancellation policy Child confidentiality policy Services Contract Telemedicine Procedures


    Call 763-559-7050 to schedule with Adam Gorsetman, MA, LPCC Mr. Gorsetman sees patients in Plymouth or via tele-health Adam Gorsetman, MA, LPCC ​ Services Provid ed Couples Psychotherapy Teen Psychotherapy Adult Psych otherapy Family Psychotherapy ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Speci alties Anger Management​ Anxiety Behavioral and Emotional Regulation Issues C ognitive reframin g Depression Emotional Disturbance Family Conflict Grief and Loss Life Transitions Mood Disorders Peer Relationships Personality Disorders Relationship Issues School Issue s Self Esteem and Self-Developmen t Self-Harming Stress Suicidal Ideation Directions to Plymouth office Education B.A. in English and Education, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN M.A. in Counseling Psychology, Bethel University, St. Paul, MN ​ Mr. Gorsetman is a licensed professional clinical counselor, whose work with clients is guided by each client’s strengths, resilience, and values. Putting in the work of therapy can be challenging and scary, especially in the process of trying to understand where you may be stuck in life, experiencing of intrusive thoughts, feelings of possible guilt of past actions, or living in shame. Mr. Gorsetman strives to provide a safe, encouraging, and nonjudgmental environment to create a place/space for clients to hopefully feel at ease, supported, and empowered. His approach to the therapeutic process is done in an eclectic means to fit client needs: Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Dialectical Behavior (DBT), Emotionally Focused, Family Systems, Motivational Interviewing, Psychodynamic, Rational Emotive Behavior (REBT), Solution Focused Brief (SFBT), and Strength-Based. Mr. Gorsetman utilizes a collaborative approach with clients, working together to focus on targeting what is experienced as obstacles, troubles, and stressors, to plan a treatment centered to each client’s need(s). It is your journey of healing, empowerment, and Mr. Gorsetman’s role as your therapist is to help guide you, and bring out what is needed to do the work.

  • Sandy Sondell, Ph.D., L.P. | pcsmn

    Call 763-559-7050 to schedule with Sandy Sondell, Ph.D., L.P. ​ Dr. Sondell sees patients in Plymouth Sandy Sondell, Ph.D., L.P. Directions ​ Services Provided Neuropsychological Assessment ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Specialties ADHD Adjustment disorders Anxiety Executive function Depression Dyslexia Dysgraphia Giftedness Education B.A. in Psychology, Emory University Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Psychology APA approved internship in Child Clinical Psychology,Hennepin County Medical Center Dr. Sondell specializes in comprehensive cognitive, neuropsychological, and social-emotional evaluations to address neurobehavioral concerns, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), giftedness, learning disabilities, and other emotional and behavioral difficulties. She also offers consultation services for collaboration with schools to meet each child’s individual needs. Dr. Sondell sees clients at the Plymouth office. ​ ​

  • Psychology Consultation Specialists, PLLC | COVID-19 Info | pcsmn

    COVID-19 INFORMATION PCS’s goal is to meet the needs of each individual and family, which is why we are offering ​ in-person and telemedicine sessions Face coverings no longer required in the waiting room and common areas for individuals who are fully vaccinated , per Governor Tim Walz's announcement ending Minnesota’s statewide mask requirement, aligning Minnesota with new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance. Face coverings may be required during your session . Please check in with your provider about their preferences as well as your own. ​Routinely disinfecting the common areas and offices. Being mindful of physical space and utilizing social distancing when possible. ​ Please wash your hands prior to coming into the office (or use hand sanitizer upon entering). Change your appointment to a telehealth session if you may have had a COVID-19 exposure. Stay home if you are feeling ill or have a fever. ​ ​ Please read through the following information carefully to prepare for your upcoming appointment. We appreciate your cooperation and look forward to seeing you! ​ BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT You will need to reschedule your appointment OR change to telehealth: If you or anyone you have come into contact with has tested positive for COVID-19 If you or anyone in your household has symptoms consistent with COVID-19 (fever, dry cough, runny nose/upper respiratory infection, sore throat, loss of smell/taste, extreme fatigue, muscle aches, shortness of breath, family sickness) ​ ​ ARRIVING TO YOUR APPOINTMENT Bring a mask unless you are fully vaccinated (cloth or disposable), insurance cards, and valid photo ID. ​ Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer and put on your mask before entering. Arrive at the time of your appointment to minimize the number of people in the lobby at one time. ​ Please do not arrive with any family members or friends, unless you are a parent/guardian bringing a minor for their appointment. ​

  • Psychology Consultation Specialists, PLLC | Book Recommendations | Minneapolis, MN

    Recommended Readings Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Taking Charge of ADHD: The Complete Authoritative Guide for Parents, Revised Edition, by Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D. Driven to Distraction: Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder from Childhood through adulthood, by Edward M. Hallowel Putting on the Brakes, by Patricia Quinn & Judith Stern ​ Anxiety Disorder Your Anxious Child, by John Dacy & Lisa Fiore Helping Your Anxious Child: A Step-by-Step Guide for Parents, by Ronald Rapee, Susan Spence, Vanessa Cobham & Ann Wignall Worried No More: Help and Hope for Anxious Children, by Aureen Pinto Wagner Taming Monsters, Slaying Dragons: The Revolutionary Family Approach to Overcoming Childhood Fears and Anxiety, by Joel Feiner & Graham Yost What to Do When You Worry Too Much: A Kid’s Guide to Overcoming Anxiety, by Dawn Huebner & Bonnie Matthews ​ Autism Spectrum Disorders Asperger’s Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals, by Tony Attwood A Parent’s Guide to Asperger Syndrome & High-Functioning Autism, by Sally Ozonof, Geraldine Dawson & James McPartland ​ Bipolar Disorder The Bipolar Teen: What You Can Do to Help Your Child and Your Family, by David Miklowitz & Elizabeth George The Bipolar Child: The Definitive and Reassuring Guide to Childhood’s Most Misunderstood Disorder, Third Edition, by Demitri Papolos & Janice Papolos ​ Depression The Adolescent Depression Workbook, by Mary Ellen Copeland & Stuart Copans Depressed Child: A Parent’s Guide for Rescuing Kids, by Douglas A. Riley Beyond the Blues, A Workbook to Help Teens Overcome Depression, by Lisa Schab, LCSW A Bright Red Scream: Self-Mutilation and the Language of Pain, by Marilee Strong Stopping the Pain: A Workbook for Teens who Cut & Self-Injure, by Lawrence Shapiro, Ph.D. ​ Divorce & Blended Families The Divorce Helpbook for Kids, by Cynthia MacGregor The Divorce Helpbook for Teens, by Cynthia MacGregor Dinosaurs Divorce, by Laurence Kransy Brown & Marc Brown The Family Book, by Todd Parr This is Me and My Two Families: An Awareness Scrapbook/Journal for Children Living in Stepfamilies, by Maria Evans & Patrick Schuster Dear Mr. Henshaw, by Beverly Cleary It’s Not the End of the World, by Judy Blume ​ Gifted Children A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children, by James Webb, Ph.D., et. al. Misdiagnosis and Dual Diagnosis of Gifted Children and Adults, by James Webb, Ph.D., et. al. Emotional Intensity in Gifted Students: Helping Kids Cope with Explosive Feelings, by Christine Fonesca Freeing our Families from Perfectionism, by Thomas Greenspon, Ph.D. ​ Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Talking Back to OCD, by John March & Christine Benton What to do When Your Brain Gets Stuck, by Dawn Huebner & Bonnie Matthews Mr. Worry: A Story about OCD, by Holly Niner & Greg Swearinger ​ Parenting The Explosive Child, by Ross Greene, Ph.D. The Out-of-Sync Child, by Carol Stock Kranowitz, M.A. Touchpoints, by T. Berry Brazelton & Joshua Sparrow Raising Your Spirited Child, by Mary Sheedy Kurcinka ​ Study Skills Super Study Skills, by Laurie Rozakis The Organized Student, by Donna Goldberg Smart Learning: A Study Skills Guide for Teens, by William Murphy ​ Video Single Most Important Thing You Can Do For Your Stress, by Dr. Mike Evans Click Here to view video

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