Meet Our Therapists


Jennifer M. Klutch MA, LPCC (Plymouth and Elk River Location)

Since the Department of Human Services began covering Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) in 2011, I have had the distinct pleasure of practicing on the ground floor as a state certified provider. My vision is to raise the bar of excellence in the way group and individual DBT services are approached, and it is my passion for that vision, and for this modality, that led me to open a clinic of my own.  I am now able to immerse myself in effecting long lasting change for each client in a safe, non-judgmental, and comfortable environment where participants can learn the skills needed to manage overwhelming emotions, control self-destructive behavior, and improve interpersonal skills.  Once clients have processed through trauma to a place of stabilization, I continue guiding them through the second stage of DBT, which includes Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy.  It is not enough to merely help clients survive.  Rather, I am dedicated to helping them thrive.

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Kimberly Lovejoy MSW, LICSW (Plymouth Location)


My approach to therapy is as unique as each client. I draw from many theories and styles, including dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), somatic experiencing, sand tray therapy, holistic wellness, and a creative strengths based approach, while creating a safe atmosphere for each client’s personal exploration. I am dedicated to supporting my clients on their journey toward positive change, finding new perspectives, and learning effective coping skills. I am interested in working with adults who struggle with symptoms of trauma, depression and anxiety, ineffective behavior patterns, life transitions, and an overall feeling of imbalance in life.

I specialize in providing individual therapy and DBT creatively and interactively. I utilize sand tray therapy to help clients connect with imagery and metaphor, as well as somatic experiencing, assisting the body in gaining an expanded ability to tolerate distress while releasing trauma that has been stored in the body.

Anna Sederberg MA, LPC (Plymouth Location)
I am dedicated to assisting my clients in beginning to view themselves with acceptance, compassion, and curiosity, allowing space to create any desired changes in their lives. Focusing on the strengths and values of each individual is a foundational aspect of my approach in therapy. I am passionate about DBT and mindfulness based practices, and I also draw on approaches including CBT, EMDR, and Narrative Therapy. My experience includes working with clients dealing with a variety of life challenges, including mood disorders, depression, anxiety, trauma, and difficult life transitions, among others. My goal as a therapist is not only to help individuals I work with to reduce suffering, but to help them heal and grow, and create for themselves a life that feels truly worth living.

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Jess Doughty, Psychotherapist
Plymouth Office
I believe every individual is intended for a life of fullness and wellness. This journey looks different for each person. Using an empathetic and directive style, my approach to therapy echoes the uniqueness that each of my client’s possess. Together, we will work on leaving the pain of the past in the past, identifying your strengths and resources to stabilize you today, and developing your ability to see yourself in a positive future. Using approaches such as (but not limited to) CBT, DBT, and EMDR, I am trained to work with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma and mood disorders. It is a joy to see my clients realize the power of their choices as they create a life worth living.

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Michael Carle MSSW., LICSW
Elk River Offie
Approach: My approach is strengths based and client-centered. I see the people I work with as people, not as diagnoses. I am known for listening well and asking questions that challenge unhealthy choices that cause destructive patterns in one’s life. I have a specialty in DBT and have led a DBT team since 2008, in addition to directing a clinic for 8.5 years. I attempt to be gently courageous in my approach to helping others seek wellness. I am a vet and enjoy working with vets.  I have over 30 years working in the field of therapy and find passion in meeting and working with people in wanting to make changes in their life.

Interests: I am interested in working with adults with a variety of mental health needs such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders and borderline personality disorder.  

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Diana M Loaiza Tangarife, MA LMFT, RPT
Plymouth Office 

Approach: I utilize therapeutic tools from different theories always considering that all clients are human beings who deserve a unique approach to their struggles. In my work with clients, I use an approach that includes identifying and increasing strengths, support network, and coping skills.

When working with children and adolescents, as a Registered Play Therapist, I use play as a way for them to communicate and heal while in therapy. I also use sandtray therapy with adolescents, adults and families as another form of expression through metaphors and symbols.

Interests: I have a special interest in working with young children and their parents, as well as in working with clients of all ages affected by trauma. Being bilingual in Spanish-English allows me to provide culturally competent therapy to Latino families. I am also interested in working with families and couples to develop healthier relationships.

Favorite DBT Skill: Accumulating Positive Experiences is one of my favorite DBT skills. When things are not going well in our lives, I find it very useful to be mindful of the choices that we make in order to foster positive experiences that could counteract the unpleasant emotions that our struggles are causing.