Eric McClellan, MA, LMFT currently works at the Lee Carlson Center as the Supervisor of the Domestic Abuse Program. He conducts groups, individual therapy and couples counseling.
He can be reached by phone at 763-783-4991, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is Eric personally?
Eric is married to his wonderfully supportive wife and is a proud father of his son Max. He is an automotive freelance writer and photographer, his work can be found in Hot Rod Magazine, Popular Hot Rodding, Car Craft, Camaro Performers, GM High-Tech Performance, Super Chevy, Chevy High-Performance, Custom Classic Truck, Auto Enthusiast and many other fine publications. He enjoys hot rodding with his ’68 Camaro and photographing the world around him.
Who is Eric professionally?
He provides counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families with compassion and an invested interest in helping clients make lasting change. He specializes in working with teens and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, stress management, marital conflict, divorce/separation, internet addictions, anger management, and parent/child conflicts. He also has worked extensively with individuals struggling with sexual addictions. His work uses humor and a strong understanding of the dynamics of relationships, focusing on helping clients change patterns of behavior that cause problems in living. Eric trusts that each client has the answers within themselves, and he focuses on helping clients reach inside to find the correct path that will work for them. Eric earned a bachelor of arts degree from Hamline University, majoring in Psychology with a minor in Sociology and Criminal Justice. He also holds a masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Argosy University. He holds a professional clinical membership with both the Minnesota and the American Associations of Marriage and Family Therapists.