Meet Our Team

Mary Anderson, MA, LMFT

Mary Anderson, MA, LMFT-S

Mary is a graduate of Adler Graduate School with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, as well as Professional Counseling. Her undergraduate degree was BS in counseling / psychology with an emphasis on Early Childhood from Crown College. Along with this, she obtained a Masters level certificate in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health from the University of MN. Mary is a nationally certified assessor for NCAST in infant feeding and teaching scales as well as a Project Exceptional trainer. In May 2011, Mary was recognized as FASD Clinical Training of Trainers (TOT) for the Great Lakes FASD Regional Training Center (GLFRTC) and the University of Wisconsin, Department of Professional Development and Applied Studies (PDAS).

Mary has served families in the area of childcare for 31 years. Having owned and operated up to three childcare centers serving a total of 23 infants, 43 toddlers and 120 preschoolers at a given time.

Her current positions are that of Executive Director of Kids Inc Child Care Center, President of SteppingStone Therapeutic and a LMFT-S, specializing in working with children and their families in the areas of social and emotional development.  Mary is also an approved Supervisor with the MN Board of Marriage and Family Therapy.

Mary is an active member of THRIVE initiative, a member of the MN Association of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health, as well as a member of the United States Association of Play Therapy.

Mary states that she has been mostly happily married to Randy since 1978. Mary and Randy have two grown children, a son-in-law and three beautiful grandchildren.


Christy Broll, MA

Christina is a graduate from Adler Graduate School with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy. Her experience includes working with individuals, families, children and couples.

Beginning therapy takes a lot of courage and bravery. It takes courage to overcome challenges and to grow. Christina’s style of therapy is to help you utilize and focus on your strengths and your values while you navigate new healthy patterns that lead to hope and healing. Everyone has a story and Christina’s goal is to provide a place of hope and encouragement and a safe space to grow and face whatever challenges you are experiencing.

Christina is passionate about working with very young children ages 0-5 and their families. She offers a strength-based, family oriented approach and offers a safe place for children and their families to come and express their concerns. She uses directive and non-directive play therapy and uses play as a way to facilitate healing by helping children express emotions and themselves in a healthy manner. Christina aims to strengthen the parent child relationship as she believes this is crucial for the child’s success and healing.

Christina is a finishing up her a post graduate certificate at the University of Minnesota in Early Childhood Mental Health and has a passion to work with children that have experienced any kind of trauma. She aims to help children overcome anxiety, depression, emotional dysregulation, experiencing separation from parents, grief/loss, life transitions, or any other mood or behavioral concern that is impacting a child in a negative way. Christina’s goal is to work with parents to help them understand their child’s experiences in a better way and help their child grow and develop into happy and healthy individuals!

Christina is also bilingual and fluent in American Sign Language. Christina’s background includes being a certified ASL interpreter and then later changing her career path to counseling Deaf couples, Deaf individuals, Deaf families, and codas (Child of Deaf Adult). Christina has interned in the past with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services here in the state of MN providing therapy to the Deaf population as well as in a private practice setting. Christina understands how difficult it can be to find a competent mental health therapist that is fluent in ASL and has knowledge of Deaf culture. She specializes in providing these services to this population.


Terry Lewis, MA

Terry is a graduate of University of South Dakota with a MA in Educational Psychology and Counseling. He has many years of experience counseling children, youth, couples, and families.

Terry believes that within a therapeutic, faith based, relationship the process of healing can begin. Terry is experienced in blended and interracial family systems. He has a desire for you to reach your full potential and face any challenges that you are experiencing. Terry provides counseling from a multi-systemic and cognitive behavioral approach. He always considers circumstances that may have affected your emotional well-being.


Kile Minnis, MHP  

Kile is currently pursuing his Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from St. Cloud State University(SCSU), and has received his Bachelor Degrees in Psychology and Sociology from SCSU as well.

His experience includes working with families, children and couples.




Brittany Berge, MA

Brittany received her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Adler Graduate School, her BA in Psychology at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, and her Associate’s Degree in Liberal Education at Normandale Community College.

Her specialties include working with children, adolescents, couples and adults. Brittany is a great listener, and she enjoys helping people through the tough time of life.



Emily Blom, LAMFT

Emily is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist.  Emily received her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Argosy University, Twin Cities. She has had field experience at NDSU Couples and Family Therapy. She also did practicum internship at Cedar Valley Center for Child and Family Therapy in Eagan, MN.

Emily specializes in working with teens and adults.  She is also interested in couple’s therapy as well.



Eric Raisler, LMFT

Eric is a graduate from University of Wisconsin-Stout with a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy. His undergraduate degree includes a Bachelor of Science in Family Social Science with a minor in Music from University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.

Eric has worked in a variety of clinical settings including outpatient, day treatment, school-based, home-based, and while individuals are incarcerated. He gravitates most frequently to cognitive-behavioral therapy and solutions-focused interventions. He also has been trained to facilitate male-perpetrated domestic violence groups using the Duluth model, anger management groups using the SAMHSA curriculum for adults and Aggression Replacement Training (ART) curriculum for adolescents.

As a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), Eric sees children, adults, couples, and families of all walks of life. Eric utilizes a direct and no non-sense approach coupled with warmth, compassion, and humor to assist his clients with making positive changes. The therapeutic process can be analogous to toasting bread—sometimes we need another cycle in the toaster, sometimes we burn it and we need to start again, and sometimes we have made perfect and delicious toast.

Clare Koezly, OTD, OTR/L

Clare received her Occupational Therapy Doctorate from the University of South Dakota.

As an occupational therapist, Clare aims to promote fine and gross motor skill development, sensory motor integration, sensory modulation, self-care and activities of daily living through a variety of interventions. These interventions can include lots of different play activities, such as completing obstacle courses, swinging, crashing into a ball pit, or playing with different sensory tools (everything from shaving cream to buckets of rice!). While it looks like she is just playing with her clients, these activities do serve a purpose – to help the body organize and regulate the different sensory input they are receiving, as well as to develop fine motor skills and gross motor coordination