​​HP Psychological Associates, PC


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Phone:​
218-464-0908

Fax:
218-722-4400

Meet Our Providers

  1. Dr. Kimberly Overlie, PhD, NCC, LPCC
    As a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), I work with clients in individual and group therapy settings. I hold a PhD in Clinical Psychology and have specialized training in the area of Neuropsychology. I typically work with adult clients on issues of trauma, abuse, depression, anxiety, and general life concerns. Areas of specialization include neuropsychology, trauma, personality disorders, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). In the near future, I also hope to begin offering psychological and neuropsychological assessment services. In my free time, I enjoy running, learning, reading, crocheting, and spending time with my family. I love being outdoors, whether it be gardening, sitting in the sun reading a book, or taking my two dogs for a walk. If you are wondering how the therapy process works or have other questions, I would be more than happy to arrange a phone call with you ahead of time. At that time, I can learn more about your needs and will do my best to answer any questions you may have.
  2. Pam Baillie-Johnson, M.A. LMFT SEP
    I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). I believe therapy works best when it engages the whole person - body, mind, emotions and spirit. My aim is to provide a safe, supportive, compassionate, and non-judgmental space for you to address the issues that keep you from living more fully, deeply and with greater satisfaction. I am dedicated to supporting you on your journey toward positive change, finding new perspectives, and learning effective coping skills. I am interested in working with adults who struggle with symptoms of depression and anxiety, mood disorders, attachment issues, body image/self-esteem/identity concerns, ineffective behavior patterns, life transitions, and various forms of trauma (childhood abuse and neglect, sexual assault, generation and collective trauma, car accidents, and other frightening events). I have expertise in treating trauma/PTSD from a body based perspective using Somatic Experiencing® (SE) by assisting the body in gaining an expanded ability to tolerate distress while releasing trauma that has been stored in the body. I am intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and have 9 years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and/or multi-complex disorders. As a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator, I enjoy leading Daring Way™ and Rising Strong™ groups exploring the physics of shame and vulnerability as well as the process of Rising Strong™ when we fall. As a culturally responsive therapist, I work with clients from their unique experience, considering their cultural and familial upbringing. I look forward to the opportunity to walk with you through your healing journey.
  3. Peter Kroll, MSE, LMFT
    My specific area of practices is as a Marriage and Family therapist but over the years of working mental health my interests clinically have broadened. Particularily, I work in the areas of life transitions, relationship issues, trauma, personal guilt and shame, career stress, codependency, numbing behaviors, panic disorder, self esteem, and sexual abuse. In my practice I see Adults, adolescents, and children down to age 6. I have spent much of my clinical time also as a Dialectical Behavior Therapist and enjoy working with Personality Disorders. With Families and couples I use a family systems and cognitive behavioral therapy approach. In therapy I strive to increase positive coping skills with my clients to help them live a more healthy effective life. When I am not at the office I am mountain biking, running, and spending time with my family. If you have questions about the therapeutic process or just want more information in general call our office or email.
  4. DeAnna Edwardson, MA
    I’ve had a passion for working with people since I was a teenager; now as a therapist I am doing what I love while helping other people discover their passions. I work with children ages 6 and up, adults and families. I help people who have clinical issues like anxiety, depression, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, eating disorders, trauma, intimate partner violence,sexual abuse, and others. I also help those who just need to talk and sort things out in life from a non-judgmental view point. When I’m not helping others on their path to healing, I enjoy travelling around the country and overseas. I love to cook, learn new things, and be outdoors as much as possible in the summer. I run 5K’s and have run half-marathons. I have quite a bit of cultural experience that enhances my ability to connect to many people.
  5. Sara Dhuse, PhD, LP
    I have a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and wrote my dissertation about substance use issues. I feel privileged that my clients allow me to be part of their healing journey and trust me with their stories. I love to learn and love the challenge of working with a diversity of mental health issues. I have been specializing in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for the last 9 years and enjoy helping people with emotional dysregulation develop more control of their emotions and their unwanted or dangerous behaviors. I also specialize in working with trauma and am trained in EMDR and mindfulness approaches. When I am not working I enjoy being outside in lovely Duluth and doing activities such as hiking, gardening, and making puzzles.
  6. Rachel Mueller, MA, NCC, LPCC
    I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a National Certified Counselor. I earned my Bachelors degree from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD. I earned my Masters Degree from the University of Northern Colorado. After growing up in Southern Minnesota I lived in Memphis, Tennessee (slaw on the barbecue), Colorado Springs, Colorado (green chili as hot as you can stand it) and returned to Minnesota to live by the greatest lake. Many life experiences brought me to this profession; I have taught 4th and 7th grades, volunteered for Hospice organizations in four cities, turned miles of yarn into knitted gifts and accessories, ran many trails, and climbed mountains. I have failed and I have been successful. I have experienced crushing sadness, beautiful joy, and quiet peace. When you make the decision to come to a counseling office, I know that you bring with you a wide variety of life experiences, as well. You are made of many memories sweet and sour, accomplishments, values and needs. They are all important. I enjoy working with people. As a therapist, I have the most experience working with people who are grieving, experiencing life changes, processing trauma, coping with depression and anxiety, seeking new directions, and finding better ways to be in relationships. I work with strategies from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and other treatment philosophies as they are appropriate. When you come to counseling, it is important that you share what is important to you and learn the skills and strategies that fit your values and lifestyle. What you bring to therapy is every bit as important as what you will take out of therapy. When I am not at work I spend time with my family, get outside, exercise and knit. I have yarn stashed everywhere.