Mental Health Professionals
Referral Information

The following people are Mental Health Professionals who have agreed to be listed as therapy and/or counseling resources for law enforcement personnel and their families. They are listed alphabetically. This web site does not support or endorse any of the following professionals. This list is for informational purposes only and does not make recommendations. The information listed below consists of the professionals name, office location, work phone number, email address and/or web site affiliation, and specialty areas. All of the professionals listed are trained to work with individuals, couples, and families. Peace and Police Officers and their families may also access mental health supports directly through Critical Incident Stress Management Teams and/or the Minneapolis or St. Paul Employee Assistance Programs

Provider List
Dr. Michael Keller, Ph.D
Licensed Psychologist
Psychological Service Associates
121 Adams Street
Cambridge, MN 55008
Off 612-600-9528
Cell 763-442-4111
Fax 224-649-4658
Bus Office 763-434-4555

Member - American Psychological Association
International Chiefs of Police Association (Police Psychological Services Section)

University of Minnesota Medical Center
Empathia Employee Assistance Program

Jackie Skog, LICSW
Peace and Safety, LLC
1935 Country Rd. B2, Suite 57
Roseville, MN  55113
651-528-6400 (a message can be sent to me on this site from the contact page)
Family in law enforcement

My practice is fee for service and I don't take insurance.  I work with clients to arrange a fee that's affordable

Sue Johnston, LICSW
4306 Bryant Ave. S.
Mpls., MN 55409

17 years providing
Contracted services with Hennepin
County Sheriff Department and St.Paul Employee Assistance Program

Medica, BlueCross/Blue Shield, Preferred One, HealthPartners,
Ucare, Cigna, UHC

Abby Dawkins, LICSW    
311 Ramsey Street,
St. Paul, MN. 55102

I have been part of the Saint Paul Police Department Employee Assistance Program  program since 1992

Medica, Blue Cross/ Blue Shield: Health Partners: MN Care: Medicare: TriCare: Different ones pay some, not at all, or all. Depends on the person's plan. I also have a sliding fee scale and a "police rate" for police and family members.

Beth Jordan, M.A., LPCC & LADC
Ret. Law Enforcement    
Jordan Consulting and Counseling
10605 County Road 81, Suite205
Maple Grove, MN 55369
Ph. 763-424-2100

21 years Law Enforcement Officer
Counseling, Training
CISM, EMDR, QPR suicide prevention trainer.

Blue Cross & Blue Shield
Preferred One
Health Partners
Sand Creek EAP
Network Advantage EAP
Also accept cash, check or credit card

Steven C. Norton, PhD, LP
Norton Psychological Services:
Law Enforcement/Correctional/Forensic Psychology
Rochester MN

Susan Powers Olson, Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist
17508 Minnetonka Blvd
Minnetonka MN 55345

Karrol Butler, M.A. L.P
580 Laurel Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55102
Family members worked for LE

Insurance: Works with all health plans as an out of network provider. She provides the needed paperwork for clients to get insurance reimbursement.

Kate Cavett, MA, LADC
Licensed Alcohol Drug Counselor
Rule 25 Qualified, ASUDS-R Trained

Kate Cavett Associates
313 Selby Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55102
Office: 651-227-5987
Cell: 651-470-4410

Member: NAADAC—National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors

As Saint Paul Police’s oral historian I have listened to over 50 officers share their stories, which gives me a deep
understanding of the law enforcement culture. I am a founding member of the Saint Paul Police Historical Society.

My practice is fee-for-service, and I don’t take insurance. I work with clients to arrange a fee that is affordable