Our Team



Camri Naseth, BA, BS, LADC, LAMFT
Marriage and Family Therapist 

Camri Naseth is a Masters level intern currently studying at Saint Mary’s University in the Marriage and Family therapy program and holds a  Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. She also holds a Certificate in Addiction Studies from Metropolitan State University. She is currently a licensed alcohol and drug counselor.

Camri has been working with adults in chemical dependency for two years in various treatment programs where she has done individual, group, and family work. She uses an eclectic approach which includes Gottman, Structural, and Cognitive Behavioral techniques among others. Camri enjoys working with families, couples, and adults. Some of the areas that Camri has taken a special interest in are addiction, couples, depression, anxiety, and family dynamics.


Brenda S Thomas, LADC, MSE-CC
Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Clinical Supervisor – LADC
Master of Science Education-Community Counseling
Master of Arts Marriage and Family Therapy – Expected Graduation Aug 2021

I provide a supportive, understanding, and healing environment for individuals, couples, and families. I have a passion and gift for people. I believe in a strength-based approach with emphasis on current functioning and skill building to seek positive solutions and work through problem areas to promote a healthier life.

I believe the therapeutic process can be creative and dynamic between many layers of each individual and the family system. By taking a systematic approach to struggles, it offers a depth of learning and understanding the can promote life-long changes for many individuals within the system.

It is important to create a special collaboration between a therapist and client. I firmly believe in recovery for everyone, whichever issue presents itself. For this collaboration, I value a person-centered approach while being ethical, competent, and culturally responsive. I have a creative therapeutic style that blends transgenerational, structural, narrative, and cognitive behavioral techniques.

I have over 26 years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families through varies forums. I specialize in substance use, mental health, and overall health and wellness recovery areas.

I am currently a master’s level intern studying at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program. Expected graduation date of August 2021.

Degrees & Certifications:

Psychological First Aid, 2019

Prepare & Enrich, 2019
Master of Science in Education-Community Counseling, 2003 UW-River Falls
Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, 1999 State of Minnesota

Bachelor of Science- Human Development and Family Studies, 1994 UW-Stout