Dr. Jim Walkup

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    Availability: Available Openings
    License: Marriage and Family Therapist
    Address: 122 E 42nd St
    Saint Paul
    Minnesota
    10168
    United States
    Phone: 9145488645

    Best Way of Reaching Me: Phone
    The reason I chose to specialize in marriage and couples counseling is….:

    I have discovered that I love it when clients feel my natural warmth.

    They come to value my empathic way of drawing them out. This results in our understanding what each wants to feel when they complete their therapy.

    They appreciate my tuning into hearing both sides. Yet they come to trust that when I challenge each partner, they feel the concern I have to help their closeness thrive.

    Most of all. I delight in finding creative ways to help them experience a new ways of basking in the joy of each other’s company.

    What you most enjoy about working with couples is….:

    I love helping couples experience the power of a deep relationship. As this happens they begin to discover a new level of intimacy.

    They find a vision that gives them meaning and purpose. In short they begin to feel fully alive with each other.

    Are there kinds of couples or issues that you work with a lot?:

    Sometimes I usher couples through the trauma of infidelity recovery. In our work they find hope to gain the courage to build a new relationship.

    They learn new tools and skills, including ways of forgiving. In doing so they come to the astounding realization that the infidelity has been the worst thing to happen in their relation

    Nevertheless, if they stuck with the arduous work, they come to see it as best thing to have happened in their life They come to experience and savor what a true intimate bond feels like.

    I have a background in ministry and feel this early childhood Bible Belt experience enables couples who work with me tap the spiritual resources to face the challenges during those toughtimes in their life together.

    For some who come from a conservative background they may want to find support from their scriptures or look forward to understand their feelings toward the mystery they call God

    For people who are seeking an expanded version of their spiritual journey, I help them find what has integrity for them and what helps them live out their values.

    What are the steps to becoming a client in my practice?:

    First make a fifteen minute phone call to describe your situation and list the issues that you want to work on.

    If I feel like I can help you and you feel confortable, we will set up an appointment.

    I will ask you to fill out my Questionnaire for beginning therapy. Then we will meet and have a consultation in which I assess if I can offer the therapy you need and whether you feel our work together would prove fruitful.

    If so I invite you to try it for six weeks. During this time I will suggest some other questionnaires. Together we will develop a treatment plan and begin addressing the obstacles to your goals.

    At the end off six weeks we will again evaluate the progress so that you can commit again for a period of time.

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Availability: Available Openings
License: Marriage and Family Therapist
Address: 122 E 42nd St
Saint Paul
Minnesota
10168
United States
Phone: 9145488645
Best Way of Reaching Me: Phone
The reason I chose to specialize in marriage and couples counseling is….:

I have discovered that I love it when clients feel my natural warmth.

They come to value my empathic way of drawing them out. This results in our understanding what each wants to feel when they complete their therapy.

They appreciate my tuning into hearing both sides. Yet they come to trust that when I challenge each partner, they feel the concern I have to help their closeness thrive.

Most of all. I delight in finding creative ways to help them experience a new ways of basking in the joy of each other’s company.

What you most enjoy about working with couples is….:

I love helping couples experience the power of a deep relationship. As this happens they begin to discover a new level of intimacy.

They find a vision that gives them meaning and purpose. In short they begin to feel fully alive with each other.

Are there kinds of couples or issues that you work with a lot?:

Sometimes I usher couples through the trauma of infidelity recovery. In our work they find hope to gain the courage to build a new relationship.

They learn new tools and skills, including ways of forgiving. In doing so they come to the astounding realization that the infidelity has been the worst thing to happen in their relation

Nevertheless, if they stuck with the arduous work, they come to see it as best thing to have happened in their life They come to experience and savor what a true intimate bond feels like.

I have a background in ministry and feel this early childhood Bible Belt experience enables couples who work with me tap the spiritual resources to face the challenges during those toughtimes in their life together.

For some who come from a conservative background they may want to find support from their scriptures or look forward to understand their feelings toward the mystery they call God

For people who are seeking an expanded version of their spiritual journey, I help them find what has integrity for them and what helps them live out their values.

What are the steps to becoming a client in my practice?:

First make a fifteen minute phone call to describe your situation and list the issues that you want to work on.

If I feel like I can help you and you feel confortable, we will set up an appointment.

I will ask you to fill out my Questionnaire for beginning therapy. Then we will meet and have a consultation in which I assess if I can offer the therapy you need and whether you feel our work together would prove fruitful.

If so I invite you to try it for six weeks. During this time I will suggest some other questionnaires. Together we will develop a treatment plan and begin addressing the obstacles to your goals.

At the end off six weeks we will again evaluate the progress so that you can commit again for a period of time.

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