Mindy Kalee

Mindy Kalee
Areas of Expertise: 
Anger Issues, Anxiety, Body Image or Weight Issues, Chronic Pain, Codependency, Depression, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Eating Disorders, Family Conflict, Grief, Impulsivity, Infertility, Infidelity, Mindfulness Practice, Parenting, Pregnancy/Postpartum Issues, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Sexual Abuse, Spirituality, Stress Management, Trauma and PTSD
144 E Second St, #202, Whitefish, MT, 59937

Sometimes life is just about showing up and trying, often times in the very places where we struggle the most. I also know that in those places of struggle, it can be difficult to have hope that anything will ever be different. That is ok. You don’t have to have hope; I believe that through time and the development of our relationship, we will find what it is that you are looking for.

I understand that depression, abuse, losses, broken relationships, a general feeling of loneliness/emptiness (and so on) are each very difficult loads to carry on your own. It is my hope for you as you consider stepping into this new place of therapy, that perhaps that load can be lightened a bit as I join you and help you to carry it.

Some of our work may be about your primary and formative years of childhood; love and how you have or have not been loved by the most influential people in your life (including yourself); how various thoughts/behaviors may be benefiting or hindering your present life or finding your voice and having the ability to use it kindly, lovingly and well for yourself and your most important relationships. My work is to offer you a safe place to speak. Our work together will greatly be enhanced the more that you can bring yourself fully and honestly to me. If you are worrying about something, then lets talk about it so you don’t have to worry anymore.

I work from a relational/depth (psychoanalytic) perspective that believes in working with the whole person: present symptoms as well as both conscious and unconscious stories and dreams. I am strongly influenced by relational psychoanalysis, narrative therapy, attachment theory and somatic understanding. It is my deepest belief that incorporating an awareness of the body is essential to our work together. I believe that psychotherapy should challenge, support and help facilitate the client to remove barriers in order to experience freedom and understanding in self and relationships.

I have had training and experience working with individuals struggling with family of origin, attachments, anxiety, depression, loneliness, relationships, trauma and PTSD, abuse (sexual, verbal, emotional, spiritual), body image, amongst others. I believe that in entering the ‘dark’ spots, is where we find the greatest light and healing.

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I am an in network provider for several insurance companys. 

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