Westminster Counseling Center is a private, nonprofit organization staffed by counselors and guided by a board of directors.
The Westminster Counseling Center integrates the spiritual and psychological dimensions of human experience to promote hope, strength, growth, and inherent self-worth through counseling, education, and mental health awareness for individuals, couples, and families regardless of their ability to pay.
Respect for diversity:
Westminster counselors appreciate and enjoy the rich diversity of people in terms of ethnicity, relationships, education, sexuality, sexual orientation, religion, age and life experience. We do not impose our religious beliefs on others, and we respect your view of the world and your place in it.
Westminster Counseling Center has an accessible fee reduction based on income and general ability to pay. The Center can accept some third-party payments. You and your counselor will discuss the fee at the first visit.
Professional ethics and confidentiality
The Center's counselors conform to accepted psychotherapy standards, ethical codes and Federal and Minnesota state law, all of which protect the privacy and confidentiality of clients. These same standards, codes and laws, require the counselors to report any suspected cases of child neglect or abuse, vulnerable adult abuse, possible harm to others or self-inflicted. All information is treated as highly confidential.
More about us:
Westminster Counseling Center is a private, nonprofit organization staffed by licensed psychotherapists and guided by a Board of Directors. The board includes representatives from Westminster Presbyterian Church and numerous other congregations and organizations throughout the Twin Cities area who have a knowledge, commitment and expertise in the field of counseling, business operations, nonprofit management and development.
The Counseling Center had its beginnings in 1975 as a volunteer-staffed outreach ministry of Westminster Presbyterian Church. It opened its doors as Westminster Counseling Center in October 1987. It was formally established on October 22, 1992 as an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit with its own Articles of Incorporation. The Center continues to receive funding, office space and administrative support from Westminster Presbyterian Church.