Maplewood Psychology P.A.
Providing quality mental health services
since 1984
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Maplewood Psychology P.A.
Heather Ridge Office Park
2399 Ariel Street N, Suite D
Maplewood, MN 55109

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Telephone: 651.770.1311
Fax: 651.770.1879


Appointments are available 8:00 A.M. - 9:00 P.M. daily.

Appointments can be made by calling us at (651) 770-1311 between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

We accept health insurance, cash, check, Visa, MasterCard & Discover for payment.


Call 911 for emergency services that are life threatening.
If you feel you are in the need of immediate assistance, please use the following resources:

  • First Call for Help : 651-291-0211
  • Crisis Connection : 612-379-6363
  • Walk-in Counseling Center: 612-870-0565
  • Hennepin County Crisis Center: 612-347-3161
  • Crisis Nursery : 651-646-7771

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    About Us


Maplewood Psychology is a multi-disciplinary group of experienced clinicians providing quality mental health services to the community since 1984. We have joined together to combine our areas of expertise in a caring and supportive environment. Our treatment philosophies may vary, but our intention is to focus on the individual, couple, or family with a view that encompasses the whole: body, mind, emotions, behavior, and spirit. We share a common enthusiasm as change agents who assist clients in their work to restore functioning, health and well-being.


For more information, please call 651.770.1311.





Dr. Wick is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She specializes in working with adults and adolescents and provides individual, couple, marriage and family therapy. She has extensive organization and management consultation experience with several corporations. She served as EAP and Program Director for Hazelden, providing assessment, referral, utilization review and provider network management.

Dr. Wick's practice focuses on treatment of depression, anxiety, panic and stress disorders, chronic illness, restoration of functioning, grief and loss, marital and relational issues, career and workplace issues, job stress and organizational change.

Dr. Wick is a nationally certified master practitioner in integrative behavioral medicine/health psychology.  She utilizes evidence-based mind/body strategies such as lifestyle assessment, nutrition, exercise, and proven modalities to restore health and well-being.  Dr. Wickís therapeutic approach incorporates Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT). She believes that counseling/coaching is a collaborative process. Based on the individualís needs, we develop customized solutions using both traditional and integrative evidence-based solutions. Dr. Wick views people as capable of change and offers a relationship of acceptance, safety and empowerment. She is also an Internationally Certified Life/Health Coach. She has past experience in chemical dependency treatment and aftercare.

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Dr. Eich is a Licensed Psychologist who works with individuals aged 10 and older. She is experienced helping people with a wide variety of mental health concerns including: depression, anxiety, panic, anger, post-traumatic stress, work problems, fears in social situations, grief and loss, relationship problems, body image issues, difficulty coping with stress, GLBT issues, personality disorders, and safety concerns.

Dr. Eich has experience working in hospitals, schools, private practice and community mental health settings. Dr. Eich believes growth and change begin when her clients feel safe and know they have a therapist they can trust. Dr. Eich is genuine and brings her full attention, insights, and self to sessions. She listens actively and is non-judgmental. In their work together, Dr. Eich’s clients say they feel unconditionally accepted while also feeling challenged to grow.

Dr. Eich has an expertise in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and helps individuals learn DBT skills to improve emotions, manage stress, better relationships and increase self-awareness. She has provided DBT services for the better part of a decade and has developed, facilitated, and coordinated DBT programming for adolescents and parents.  Dr. Eich is the author of “Dialectical Therapy Skills Training with Adolescents: A Practical Workbook for Therapists, Teens and Parents.”

Dr. Eich has a special interest in maternal mental health and enjoys working with women on improving mental health during pregnancy and motherhood. Dr. Eich can help women cope with depression and anxiety during pregnancy and postpartum. She can also help women and their partners cope with pregnancy and infant loss.  Dr. Eich will collaborate with physicians to ensure holistic care and welcomes mothers to bring their baby to session.

Dr. Eich’s therapeutic approach incorporates mindfulness, Person-Centered and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. She helps clients to validate and accept themselves and to identify and change thoughts and behaviors that contribute to mental health concerns. She believes in a collaborative approach and works with her clients to build on their strengths and achieve their goals.



Dr. Kelly is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Professional Counselor with 23 years of experience treating children, adolescents, and young adults.

Dr. Kelly has worked in a variety of mental health settings and with a variety of levels of care including residential treatment for children, inpatient treatment for children and adults, and outpatient treatment for children, adolescents, and adults. He also holds a Master's Degree in Educational Psychology. He has worked in a variety of classroom settings for children with special needs, particularly those on the autism spectrum.

Dr. Kelly began his professional work in psychology as a Milieu Counselor for autistic children and has worked with this population in a variety of roles since 1986. He has additional extensive experience working with parents, teachers, school settings, and juvenile probation officers. Utilizing cognitive-behavioral therapy, Dr. Kelly has experience working with adolescents and adults with sexual behavior or offending problems. Other therapeutic techniques include insight-oriented supportive therapy and play therapy.

Dr. Kelly also performs assessment and evaluation for children, adolescents, and young adults for a variety of mental conditions or concerns.


Norah is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. She works with children (ages 5 and up), adolescents, teenagers and adults providing individual, couples and family therapy. Norah has experience working in private practice, county government, school systems and collaborative, community based mental health treatment programs. Before joining the team at Maplewood Psychology, Norah most recently provided Multisystemic Family Therapy (MST), an intense, in home family therapy program specialized for teenagers with mental health, chemical health and behavioral concerns.

Norahís practice now focuses on improving relational struggles, family dynamics and conflict, chemical dependency, behavioral concerns, truancy and school related problems, emotional regulation, anger management, self esteem, anxiety, depression, ADHD, oppositional defiance disorder, eating disorders, domestic violence, divorce, parenting and co-parenting.


Dr. Mecklenburg is a licensed psychologist and licensed school psychologist who specializes in working with children, adolescents and young adults.

She helps young people who have difficulties with relationships, anxiety, depression, anger, behavior regulation, motivation, school performance, and coping with life events in family, school and community contexts. She has many years of experience working with issues arising from life change and cross-cultural stress.

Her therapeutic techniques include cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, relationship based work, insight-oriented supportive therapy, parent guidance and coaching, behavior management consultation, group work and family therapy.

She also provides intellectual, academic, and behavioral diagnostic evaluations and consultation to support school, medical and family planning for intervention needs.

Carol Rogers-Tanner, MSE, LMFT

With over thirty years of experience as a psychotherapist, Carol has developed expertise in helping people increase their satisfaction and success in life. Carol works with her clients to identify strengths and helps clients overcome obstacles to personal and work success. She teaches practical communication skills and life-management skills to change behavior that may block success.

Carol uses a wide range of approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Oriented Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. As appropriate and when clients are interested, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Clinical Hypnosis are utilized.

Carol works with adults, teens, and pre-teens whose fears or past experiences have kept them feeling stuck at work, school, or socially. Areas of interest include anxiety, OCD, depression, stress management, grief and loss, and management of pain or chronic illness such as IBS.

Carol has a collaborative relationship with clients, identifying clear goals, and encouraging active participation in setting agendas for sessions and for work between sessions. There is often laughter and celebration in sessions as well.
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William Schultz, MA
Mental Health Practitioner

Mr. Schultz is a mental health practitioner who works with teenagers and adults, primarily clients experiencing symptoms of anxiety and/or depression. Mr. Schultzís work with clients is person-centered and cognitive-behavioral. This means he emphasizes building a relationship, understanding his clients' life context, and helping them make decisions related to their goals. During this process, he offers supportive and scientifically-based interventions shown to significantly relieve distress and improve well-being.

Mr. Schultz completed a psychological assessment practicum at Argosy Student Counseling Services, a therapy practicum at Watercourse Counseling, an advanced practicum at Brakins Consulting and Psychological Services, and is currently completing an advanced practicum at the University of Minnesota's Student Counseling Services. He is completing his doctoral degree at the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology. His clinical work is supervised by Dr. Jean Eich.

He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles discussing biology and mental health in journals such as Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, The Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, and The Journal of Humanistic Psychology. His first book -- Mental Health. Biology, Agency, and Meaning -- will be published by Theran Press in early 2018. He is an affiliate member of the American Psychological Association, the Society for Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, the Society for Humanistic Psychology, the Minnesota Psychological Association, and the International OCD foundation.


Dr. Skovholt enjoys his work as a therapist and counselor. He feels that it is meaningful, useful and often enjoyable. Over the 35 years that he has been working in this field he has developed a variety of methods to address the kind of issues that are so distressing for individuals. Some of the distressing issues for people involve high levels of anxiety, depression that makes it hard to function well, anger that can quickly boil up and conflict with an intimate partner that leaves a person lonely and very hurt.

Dr. Skovholt likes to work with adult women, adult men and also adolescents with a variety of life concerns. These life concerns also include job stress and career concerns. His counseling methods integrate a focus on emotions, thinking styles and behavior change.

Dr. Skovholt is a Licensed Psychologist and also Board Certified in Counseling Psychology.He is also a faculty member at the University of Minnesota where he teaches counseling skills to students. Many of his former students are now practitioners in the Twin Cities and other places in the country. At the U of M, he is a member of the Academy of Distinguished Teachers. He has won national awards, taught in other countries and written books in the counseling field.

He has been awarded the 2012 University of Missouri College of Education Award for Outstanding Professional Achievement.  He feels fortunate to be in the profession of counseling and therapy.
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Dr. Stillman provides psychotherapy to adults and couples. She has experience in addressing difficult life issues such as work, marriage, and familial stress as well as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, grief and loss, relationship dysfunction, and self-esteem concerns.

She has helped many families address infertility concerns and conducts adoption evaluations.

She has particular expertise working with patients with medical illness as well as their caregivers. She is a member of the American Academy of Bereavement as well as the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, and has specific knowledge of treatment of individuals with terminal diagnoses as well as chronic pain. She enjoys working with patients who are seeking to manage their weight and make lifestyle changes, especially working with individuals pre and post weight loss surgery.

Dr. Stillman works with patients and their health care providers in a collaborative and integrated manner. Her post-doctoral degree in clinical psychopharmacology allows her to better assist patients communicating medication concerns to prescribing physicians.

Dr. Stillman also provides a wide range of services to professionals and executives including firefighters and police officers who require critical incident stress debriefing assistance. She provides stress management and executive coaching to physicians, residents, psychologists, CEOs, interns and trainees, and a wide range of other professionals. Her approach is Cognitive Behavioral in orientation, but takes into account each individual's specific needs in order to develop a unique and collaborative treatment plan.
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Dr. Wojcik specializes in therapy with families and marital couples, treating anxiety, depression, and behavior disorders. He prefers to treat child and adolescent problems such as chemical dependency, behavioral problems, and divorce and grief issues in family context. He sees individuals who are struggling with relationship problems in their families or workplace.

Other special interests include chronic illness and work with the elderly and their families. In addition to his therapy practice, Dr. Wojcik has expertise in child, adolescent, and adult psychological and forensic evaluations. He is especially interested in quality improvement, and in assessing and tracking the outcomes of mental health treatments. He is co-author of the Health Dynamics Inventory, an outcome instrument published in 2002.


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