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Carly Hoffman, MA, LPCC is a Women’s Therapist at Domestic Abuse Project.  Carly received her undergraduate degree from University of Minnesota- Twin Cities in Family Social Science and her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adler Graduate School.  Carly works primarily with adults, offering group and individual therapy.  Carly uses a client-centered approach and incorporates feminist, Adlerian, strength-based, and trauma-informed therapies in her practice.  Carly believes that the client is the expert on their own life and that her work is to help the client identify and alter thoughts and behaviors that get in their own way with a supportive and empathic lens.  Prior to working at DAP, Carly has experience working with a variety of presenting issues both in group private practice and serving the underinsured at Neighborhood Involvement Program.  She spent four years at Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Minneapolis developing and implementing Healthy Youth-Healthy Communities psycho-educational curriculum and overseeing the Not OUR Kids! Conference which supports professionals and families in raising healthy youth.  Carly spent two years volunteering as a crisis line advocate for the Aurora Center for Advocacy and Education focused on domestic violence and sexual assault.



Phone: 612.874.7063 x237