Our Associates

Diane Brady-Leighton LICSW has over twenty-five years of experience as a psychotherapist. Prior to working as a psychotherapist Diane worked in therapeutic recreation, which laid the groundwork for her whole person approach to care, and reinforced a deep value of the importance of play!

She has been fortunate to have in-depth training with Jon Kabat-Zinn (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction), James Gordon (Mind Body medicine), Geri Chavis (Poetry Therapy) and most recently The Partners in Resilience (Pathways to Resilience).

DianeBrady-LeightonDiane approaches her work from a foundation of respect for each person’s innate wisdom, and agrees with the poet Galway Kinnell that “sometimes it is necessary to reteach a thing its loveliness.”

Diane has special interests in creativity, spirituality and movement which is why she is so thrilled to be an Associate of the Partners in Resilience and a facilitator of their Pathways to Resilience program which invites participants to such a full exploration of their lives – body, mind and heart.

For more information on Diane’s practice, link to www.dianebradyleighton.com or call her at 612.806.4337.


Lynda Richtsmeier Cyr PhD is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who integrates mind-body medicine and mindfulness skills into her clinical practice with children, adolescents, adults and families to optimize coping and build resilience skills.  Lynda was part of the team of adolescent specialists who worked with Partners in Resilience to develop the Teen Resilience Program, and is a facilitator in that program.

Lynda has a private practice in Golden Valley, MN where she provides Lynda Richtsmeier Cyrpsychotherapy for children, teens and adults.  She also provides consultation, supervision and workshops for health and mental health providers, schools and community organizations locally and nationally.  Lynda has extensive experience in Mind-Body Medicine, including biofeedback, guided imagery, hypnosis, meditation and other holistic healing practices.   Lynda is a senior faculty member of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM) in Washington, D.C. and is a leader on their Global Trauma Programs in the U.S., Haiti, Israel and Gaza.  She also teaches as part of the Core Faculty for the National Pediatric Hypnosis Training Institute (NPHTI).  Lynda is a former Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota Medical School and she was the Lead Psychologist and Program Manager for the Integrative Medicine Department at Children’s Hospitals & Clinics of Minnesota from 2001-2010.

To contact Lynda call 763.595.7294, ext. 116
5101 Olson Memorial Highway, Suite 4002
G
olden Valley, MN 55422
Fax: 763.595.7293 ext. 118


Kevin Harrington PhD is a licensed psychologist currently working in private practice in Bloomington, MN. Dr. Harrington has a mind-body heart approach in working with teenagers Kevin Harringtonand their families. He has been teaching educators, healthcare providers and families mind-body skills nationally and internationally for over 25 years. His private practice includes providing resiliency training, parenting seminars, training and supervision of healthcare providers, consultation to schools and psychotherapy for families, children, adolescents and adults.

 

For more information on Kevin’s practice link to his website www.kevinharringtonphd.com or  email him at kmh@kevinharringtonphd.com.

 

Jennifer Fallon PhD LP is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with an integrative approach, weaving mindfulness, health psychology, positive psychology, and her experience as a certified yoga teacher into her clinical practice. Jennifer aims to provide a very safe, nurturing environment for clients, in addition to incorporating recent research, such as utilizing empirically supported treatments and advances in neuroscience to facilitate optimal wellbeing and performance. She is also particularly attuned to cultural and societal factors in her work with clients, and to tailoring coping skills and resilience strategies as appropriate given each person’s unique matrix.

Jennifer has a private practice in Southwest Minneapolis where she provides psychotherapy and yoga for adults and older adolescents, individuals and couples, often with her psychologically astute dog.  She also greatly enjoys being a facilitator in the Pathways to Resilience Program. She can be reached via her website, drjenniferfallon.com, via email at Jennifer@drjenniferfallon.com, or by phone at (612)524-5834.