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Carrie Crockford, MA, LAMFT
is the Men’s Program Supervisor at Domestic Abuse Project. She received a bachelor’s degree in developmental psychology from Arizona State University and a MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from St. Mary’s University. Carrie provides individual and group therapy to men who use abusive behavior and supervises a team of 10 staff and interns in their provision of educational and therapeutic services to clients in the Men’s Program which serves an average of 500 clients per year. Carrie provides client-centered, system-focused, and trauma-informed therapy for perpetrators of domestic violence. She firmly believes each client is the expert of their own experience and that humor and authenticity are central components of helping clients navigate their healing journey. Carrie has experience working with clients with a variety of presenting needs and experiences through her work at Associated Clinic of Psychology and Guild, Incorporated. She has 14 years of expertise supporting the needs of clients with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) though work in psychotherapy, skills, and case management positions throughout both the Twin Cities and Phoenix areas.

 

Email: ccrockford@mndap.org

Phone: 612.874.7063 x231