Client Care Coordinator
Not sure is you need individual or couple therapy?
Have questions about how all this works and where to begin?
Wondering what Emotionally Focused Therapy is?
At Evolve we have a person dedicated to help you make those decisions and provide you the answers to your questions.
Meet Lauren, our Client Care Coordinator. She will guide you through the first steps of your therapy process and prepare you for your first session. She can answer all of your questions. She will match you up with a therapist at Evolve that best fits your specific needs.
Feel free to call/text her at if you want to speak to someone at 763-200-8900 ext. 20 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can complete the form at the bottom of the page to begin the process of asking your questions and getting some support to help you through the process.
Send a message to our Client Care Coordinator to get your preliminary questions answered about Emotionally Focused Therapy, how it works and if its right for you.
It is my pleasure to support you in your therapy journey. I know that seeking therapy can be intimidating or complex, and wherever you’re at, I’m here to help guide you to find the support that is right for you.
I came to work at Evolve because I love connecting with people and creating emotionally supportive spaces in which people feel comfortable sharing and asking for support. I am just beginning my journey on the path to becoming a therapist myself, and aim to apply to graduate school soon for a degree in social work.
Outside of work, I enjoy spending lots of time outdoors, no matter the season -- hiking, biking, swimming, skiing, or just reading a book in the park. I also love baking, crafting, and social dancing (particularly contra dance!). In my volunteer time, I work with movements to stop climate change, and I support people to resolve conflicts as a volunteer community mediator.
I look forward to talking with you, and helping you find your fit at Evolve.
Helping clients on their transformational path is important to me.