Clients Served

Therapists at Soul Survivor provide counseling services to anyone over 12 years of age and works with individuals, couples, and families. Counselors are specially trained in providing mental health services to adults and teens who have experienced or are experiencing traumatic situations, which include controlling or abusive relationships, sexual abuse or assault, or grief and loss. General counseling services are also provided for those that are experiencing anxiety and depression, but not trauma.


Soul Survivor therapists provide assessment and treatment via clinically reliable methods including exposure therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectic behavioral therapy, behavior modification and psychodynamic approaches in many areas including, but not limited to:

  • Domestic violence
  • Sexual assault
  • Suicide assessment/prevention
  • Mood Disorders (depression, anxiety, and self-esteem, etc.)
  • Grief and loss
  • Post traumatic stress disorder
  • Transition (relationships, life events, job loss, medical, etc.)


Training sessions on domestic and sexual abuse and any related topics are available to general public and professional groups. Contact us to schedule a time to come and speak with your group, staff, or to be a conference speaker. Andrea is an approved continuing education provider. Past presentations topics have included:

  • Dynamics of domestic violence for victims, batterers, and children
  • Sexual assault effects and treatment
  • Healthy relationships
  • Connection between self-esteem and depression
  • PTSD treatment and traumatic bonding
  • Shame and Guilt
  • Batterers Treatment


Soul Survivor is often asked to testify, provide records, and write affidavits for both criminal and civil court proceeding on behalf of SSCS clients.

Successful therapy must include protection and must include a positive relationship between therapist and client. Therapist involvement in court matters for clients can adversely affect both. After careful consideration of a client’s best interest, court involvement may be provided as an EXCEPTION and is not an obligation of mental health services provided by Soul Survivor unless otherwise court-ordered.

All other participation in legal matters is voluntary even if the client requests or agrees to release their confidential information. An attorney does not have the legal authority to require therapist involvement without a court order.

Counseling Supervision

Please contact our office if you are interested in counseling supervision throughout the state of North Dakota.