Michelle N. Iversen, MA, LMFTSee location(s)
SpecialtyMarriage and Family Therapist
Meet Michelle N. Iversen, MA, LMFT
As a practicing therapist since 2012, I am thrilled to be part of the therapy team at Park Nicollet Melrose Center. My practice is built along with patient-centered approaches and principles that allow the patient and family to help guide the therapeutic process to reach their goals for treatment. At Melrose Center, my practice will be with patients diagnosed with eating disorders and includes sub-specialties in type 1 diabetes (insulin restriction), family-based therapy, avoidant/restrictive disorders, binge-eating disorders, LGBTQ clients and clients with other co-occurring mental health disorders.
Before working at Park Nicollet, I was an outpatient therapist focusing on the treatment of anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and psychosis. I have experience working with a wide range of clients and their families, including couples, children, adolescents and adults. I currently practice at the St. Louis Park location for Melrose Center.
Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes
Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
My background and qualifications
University of St. Thomas 2012
CertificationsNo Information on Record
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More about me
I became a therapist to help others in a way in which their individual needs and concerns are addressed and to make a positive impact in their lives.
Patients can expect a safe space where they can share and learn more about how to become their true, authentic selves and how to achieve their best life through their overall health and well-being.
Traveling, biking the local trails, restoring furniture and playing with my son and dog.
I stay healthy by knowing, and remembering, that health comes with balance and moderation in everything.
Kind, compassionate, a great listener, engaging, hardworking and appreciative of everything life offers us.
I wanted to be a marine biologist.
Don't spend more than five minutes worrying about something that won't matter in five years.
The change in seasons and the fun activities that come with each one, and the family and friends we have here and spend our time with.
Our ultimate goal in therapy sessions will be to help you come to a place in which you are free from your eating disorder, allowing you to thrive in all aspects of your life.