Kelly Grekoff

Kelly Grekoff obtained her undergraduate degree in criminal justice from Metropolitan State University.  She received her Master’s degree in Counseling and Psychological Services from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.  She has worked in juvenile probation, in group homes treating a multitude of different diagnoses, and has done family and individual therapy with kids in school- based and in-home settings.  Kelly loves working on social skills with kids with Autism.  She has done intensive training in Radically Open Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (RO-DBT), treating disorders of over-control, and provides therapy to individuals- kids (ages 6+), adolescents, and adults.  She considers doing family therapy on a case-by-case basis.  Kelly has an energetic, gentle, and creative approach while offering talk therapy, play therapy, and RO-DBT.  She is trauma-sensitive and person-centered.   She loves building relationships with her clients and does faith-based counseling to those who are interested.  Kelly loves animals and has two Siberian Husky dogs.  One of which joins her in the office on some days! In her free time, she likes to spend time in nature- hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing and swimming!

Matt Elfmann

Matt Elfmann, MA, LADC, LPCC.  Matt completed his master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2019 at Adler Graduate School after receiving his bachelor’s degree in Drug & Alcohol Counseling from the Metropolitan State University.  Matt individualizes his therapeutic approach based on each client’s aptitude, emotional makeup, age, cultural background, and personal experiences.  Matt uses these therapeutic approaches, which include principles from Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy and other modalities to tailor an effective and individualized treatment plan for each of his clients.   Matt has extensive experience and passion in working with those who have experienced trauma, anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, substance use disorders as well as specializing in treatment for those who identify as being part of the LQBTQ+ community.  Additionally, he has gained the respect of his colleagues and clients by offering compassion, empathy, confidentiality, transparency, insight, and acceptance in all his therapeutic interactions.  In his free time, Matt is a nature enthusiast.  Some of his activities include camping, hiking, biking, and spelunking (when he vacations in the Ozarks).

Kimberly Endres

Kimberly Endres, MSW, LICSW, obtained her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of St. Thomas/College of St.Catherine in 2003. She has worked in the mental health field since graduating with her undergraduate degree in Psychology in 1992. Kim completed her first DBT Intensive in 2000. Since that time, she has attended numerous DBT trainings. Kim has also been intensively trained in DBT-PE (Prolonged Exposure), an evidence-based treatment for PTSD. This treatment can be done concurrently with standard DBT for those struggling with trauma symptoms. She provides individual DBT to adults and co-facilitates DBT skills groups. Kim is married and has two boys. She enjoys interior design, live music and keeping up with her Dobermans.