It has been an extraordinary few weeks as we face these challenging times amidst the growing COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
TTCS has closed our office indefinitely for in-office face to face therapy sessions, but we remain dedicated to you and your wellness journey. In these difficult times, we want you to know that TTCS is here to support you while we practice social distancing. We are adapting new ways to meet your needs, including how to conduct our administrative and clinical services remotely so that you and your loved ones can remain safe and healthy.
At this time, all our therapy services have moved online via thera-LINK. For more information or to book your appointment, please contact us at 651-771-2155 or click Schedule an Appointment to set up an appointment. Please select your Appointment Type and then select your requested date and time.
Drawing from the founder’s extensive clinical work in the last thirty years in community-based mental health organizations and clients of many ethnics and cultural heritages, True Thao Counseling Services (TTCS) was established in 1997. With a diverse staff who are well versed in contemporary evidence-based clinical practices, TTCS has been a steady presence in the Twin Cities, committed to serving diverse inner-city clients of all ethnics and cultural backgrounds.
TTCS also has a unique focus on serving clients who are refugees and their descendants. Drawing from the founder’s own experience as a refugee and extensive clinical work over the last thirty years, TTCS offers a cultural-specific perspective of counseling services that combines contemporary evidence-based clinical practices in the context of the refugees and their descendants’ heritage, traditional values and beliefs to effectively address issues such as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and/or issues rise from the integration of a new life in the US.
Our clinicians are trained in contemporary evidence-based clinical practices: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET), Managing and Adaptive Practice (MAP), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Positive Parenting Program.