Tracey Wilkins, MSW, LICSW

Co-founder and President and Therapist

Sometimes people are hurting, confused and unsure where to turn. They are often afraid to seek help because they don’t think anyone will understand and they feel alone with their pain. They may be afraid of being judged as they have so many times in their lives. Or they simply don’t believe their lives can improve.

Simply put, I believe in everyone’s capacity to heal. It is important to be in a safe and respectful environment free from judgment to do the necessary work. I am passionate about partnering with people to break down barriers to healing and finding ways to build hope.

You can’t escape the fact that the brain and body have a significant role in emotions and mental health, therefore, I have a holistic approach in my work that includes nutrition, movement, mindfulness and other holistic methods to improve the functioning of the brain and body. The work will draw from DBT, CBT, EMDR, Ego State and sensorimotor and other somatic therapies. I believe strongly in evidence-based strategies so it is a mission of mine to stay abreast of the research for treatment modalities, though I am also open to incorporating healing strategies without the means for empirical research. My goal is to find a way to effectively help people build or restore their lives to the fullest capacity in whatever way we can.

Specialty Areas

Trauma and Abuse * Post-traumatic stress * Borderline Personality Disorder * Substance abuse * Dissociative Disorders * Stress Management * Depression * Anxiety * Women’s Issues * SPMI

  • 27 years of clinical experience with adults with a broad range of issues
  • Master of Social Work received in 1996 from Barry University in Miami, FL
  • Completed Intensive Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy through Behavioral Tech, LLC
  • Completed EMDR training through EMDR Institute, Inc
  • Trained in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and several holistic and traditional trauma-specific modalities
  • Visiting Assistant Professor at Macalester College, St. Paul, MN
  • Adjunct Faculty at University of Minnesota School of Social Work MSW Program
  • Presenter for National and Regional conferences on topics of Borderline Personality Disorder, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment
  • Consultant and trainer for local agencies and hospitals in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Borderline Personality Disorder and Trauma-Informed Care
  • Participated in numerous workgroups and committees in partnership with Ramsey County Community Mental Health
  • Appointed Provider Member of Ramsey County Mental Health Citizens Advisory Council for three consecutive terms
  • Guest Lecturer at Macalester College and University of Minnesota, in topics of Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Trauma treatment and Community Mental Health
  • Field Instructor for St. Catherine University/University of St. Thomas and University of Minnesota
  • 21 years of clinical supervision and program management experience
  • Developed and supervised several community mental health programs, including ACT, Adult Foster Care, DBT program and community-based chemical dependency treatment
  • Approved supervisor for Minnesota Board of Social Work
  • Member of National Association of Social Workers

Healing doesn’t mean the damage never existed. It means the damage no longer controls our lives.

~ Akshay Dubay

Hilary Mueller, OTR/L, MSW, LICSW

Director of Clinical Services, Therapist

Life can feel like too much some times. Confusion, fear and anxiety can start to become our primary experience. Therapy can help sort through these experiences to gain a better understanding of how things came to be the way they are as well as where to go from here. I view therapy as a process of understanding and healing. Often times we discover that there are parts of ourselves that we do not acknowledge, we cannot acknowledge, because the pain is too great. Finding a balance between acceptance and change, while sustaining compassion, can help us grow stronger, strong enough to take a look at that which we desperately avoid.

Therapy work can be some of the scariest and most difficult work one may ever do. This is work that needs to be done together, in a safe space, at a safe pace. We know that if your brain is overloaded it is not able to learn…there is no reason to increase suffering while trying to heal. This work is hard enough!

My practice is strongly informed by dialectical behavior therapy. Sensorimotor principles, internal family systems, mindfulness, meditation and trauma theory (the biology of trauma and impact on functioning) are also evidence based bodies of knowledge that guide my practice. I have over ten years of experience working with people with eating disorders, avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder, sensory integrative dysfunction, borderline personality disorder, trauma-related disorders, traumatic brain injury and chronic illness. I am currently working on furthering my training in trauma sensitive yoga and often incorporate this into my work. I have seen the impact of trauma on daily life…and I have seen people heal by doing this work. I would be honored to be a part of your process.

Specialty Areas

Trauma and Abuse *Dissociative Disorders *Borderline Personality Disorder *Eating Disorders including Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) *Stress Management *Depression *Anxiety *Substance Use Disorders *SPMI *Traumatic Brain Injury *Chronic Illness *Veterans, Military Service members and their families *Sensory Integrative Dysfunction

For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.

 ~ Nelson Mandela

Kelly Vruwink, DC


I am Dr Kelly, a chiropractor for over 12 years, specializing in helping people of all ages heal their traumas and maximize their human potential! I graduated with a Bachelors of Science from the University of Wisconsin in 2003 and a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 2010. In addition, I have completed hundreds of hours of post-graduate work learning a specialized gentle technique of chiropractic called NetworkSpinal. I live with my husband, our two energetic kiddos, and our very big, very hairy furbaby in West St Paul. And when I am not immersed in further refining my craft, I love to cook, bake, garden and generally soak up all the warm sun possible in our brief Minnesota summers!

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Marci Kranz, LAc, MA, Dipl Ac, DTR


Marci has been involved in the healing arts and sciences for over 30 years. Over time her healing philosophy has evolved through intensive study, practice and exposure to diverse cultures and travel. She has experience working with clients from 2 to 92.

Marci is a licensed acupuncturist with Masters Degrees (MA) in Acupuncture and Dance Movement Therapy. Her degrees are from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN and Goucher College in Towson, MD respectively. Marci is also  graduate of Clown College in LaCrosse, WI. The healing power of humor is integrated into her holistic approach to balancing body, mind, and spirit. Marci’s unique blend of energy based therapies facilitate the healing process and body mind integration. Ultimately, she offers a safe space to explore and experience one’s body, mind, and spirit.