Hudson High School
Mental Health Services

Hudson Area Counseling Resources

The Hudson School District does not endorse any of the listed resources.  Choice of agency is entirely the responsibility of the caregiver. Always check with your insurance company and agency to verify benefits.    

*Asterisk denotes accepts Badgercare.          

Bob Downs, MS, LMFT

305 S. Greeley St. Suite 302; Stillwater, MN

651-399-4070

Family Innovations, Inc. *

(Psychological Evaluations)

131 Carmichael Road, Suite 206; Hudson
715-808-0607

Midwest Psychological Services *

2501 Hanley Road; Hudson

715-381-1980

Boorman Counseling

(Counseling, Assessment & Testing)

Baldwin & New Richmond

715-977-2441

Family Means

Hudson/Stillwater

651-439-4840-appointments

Mike Moller, Psy.D. *

North Hudson

715-386-0856

Canvas Health (formerly HSI)

(Assessment, Therapy & Psychiatry)

Stillwater/Oakdale/Cottage Grove

651-777-5222-appointments

Gloria Guinee, MSW, LICSW

6381 Osgood Ave N.; Stillwater, MN 

651-430-3182

Minnesota Health Clinics

1000 Radio Dr. #210; Woodbury, MN

651-365-8209

Children’s Hospital-St. Paul Psychological Services

(Assessment, Therapy & Psychiatry)

651-220-6753

Health Partners Behavioral Health Clinic

Woodbury/St. Paul/Maplewood

952-967-7992-appointments

Northwest Counseling *

Baldwin/Roberts

715-684-6777

Collaborative Counseling & Psychology *

901 Fourth Street; Hudson 

763-210-9966

Hudson Counseling Services

901 Dominion Drive; Hudson

715-808-8070

NuView Psychological Services

6120 Oren Ave. N.; Stillwater, MN

651-430-0888

Counseling Psychologists of Woodbury & St. Paul

7616 Currell Blvd. Suite 185; Woodbury, MN

651-739-7539

Integra Counseling Services

Jill Zimmerman, PhD, LMFT, LPC

522 2nd St. #3; Hudson

715-386-9011

Psychological Resource Group

8490 Woodbury Crossing; Woodbury

651-739-1128

Catherine Olson Counseling * 815 Davis St.; Hammond

651-269-0924

Jackie Niemand, MA, LP

6750 Stillwater Blvd. N.; Stillwater, MN

651-275-9680

River Falls Counseling, LLC

James Davis, LMFT

112 E. Walnut St; River Falls

715-222-9878

Couples and Family Therapy Ctr

2217 Vine Street Suite 206; Hudson

715-440-0090

Janet Whaley

540 Fairview Ave. N. Ste. 302; St. Paul, MN

651-233-4100

St. Croix County Health & Human Services *

1752 Dorset Lane; New Richmond

715-246-8287

David Morris, PhD, LP

6381 Osgood Ave. N.; Stillwater, MN

651-439-4040

Marriage and Family Health Services *

Migisi Program (ages 5-11), Mikan (teens)

2910 Enloe St.; Hudson

715-381-5437 

Youth Service Bureau

Stillwater/Woodbury/Cottage Grove

651-439-8800

Family Therapy Associates * 

1477 S Knowles Ave, Suite 130; New Richmond

715-246-4840

St. Croix Therapy *

742 Sterbenz Drive; Hudson

715-386-2128

2-1-1

United Way St Croix Valley- nationwide service connecting people to local resources. www.211.org

Dial 2-1-1 from service area 

Neuropsych Services

Collaborative Counseling 

Dr Sally Frutiger – Life Span

763-210-9966

Yes-Badgercare

No-Group Health HMO

Midwest Psychological Services

715-381-1980

Emily Anastasio –

No Badgercare, Yes-Health Partners

Psychiatrist: Jeffrey Holmgren

Caillier Clinic

715-836-0064

Menomonie, WI

Yes-Badgercare

Vantage Point

715-832-5454

Eau Claire, WI

Yes-Badgercare

CDL Psychological Services

Dr. Greg Anderson

715-497-7230

Hammond, WI

Yes-Badgercare


The following Mental Health Series were developed by HHS HealthCare Academy students


Annual Depression Screening

During the fall of each year, the incoming freshman class is screened for depression. Students who show signs of critical indicators are referred to their counselor for support. For more information on the screening process, contact one of the High School’s counseling staff. Contact information for the counseling staff can be found by clicking here.

This screening does not identify all students who may be in need of support due to depression, anxiety, bipolar disease or other mental illnesses experienced by teens. Below, and in the right hand column, are resources that may be helpful to students and families. We encourage you to reach out to a school counselor or other trusted adult if you or someone you know is in need of additional information or support.


Mental Health Quick Reference

Depression

365体育投注Depression is a mental illness commonly experienced by teens. It is characterized by frequent (almost daily) occurrences of at least a few of the following symptoms for two or more weeks:

  • Persistent sad, anxious, or ’empty’ mood.
  • Hopelessness, pessimism, or irritability.
  • Feelings of guilt, helplessness, or worthlessness.
  • Loss of interest in hobbies or activities.
  • Decreased energy.
  • Moving or talking more slowly.
  • Restlessness or fidgety.
  • Difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions.
  • Oversleeping or insomnia.
  • Appetite changes.
  • Unexplainable aches or cramps that persist after treatment.
  • Suicidal thought or attempts.

These symptoms have been quoted from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).

365体育投注It is not necessary for all these symptoms to be present for depression to be diagnosed; all that is required is persistence of a key few, such as a persistent low feeling that occurs almost daily for at least two weeks.

365体育投注Although symptoms may not be present or persistent to the degree required for an official diagnosis of depression, these symptoms may still indicated other mental health problems. If you have any questions contact your school counselor or other trusted adult.


Anxiety Disorder

365体育投注Anxiety disorders are a family of mental illnesses (often simply referred to as anxiety). Within this category are found generalized anxiety, panic anxiety, and social anxiety.

Generalized anxiety disorder 365体育投注symptoms may include:

  • Feeling restless or on edge.
  • Being easily fatigued.
  • Difficulty concentrating.
  • Irritability.
  • Muscle tension.
  • Difficulty controlling worry.
  • Sleep problems (insomnia or restless sleeping).

Panic anxiety disorder365体育投注 is distinguished by the presence of “sudden and repeated attacks of intense fear” (panic attacks). Additional symptoms include:

  • Feelings of being out of control during a panic attack.
  • Intense worry about when the next attack will occur.
  • Fear or avoidance of areas where past attacks have occured.

Social anxiety disorder365体育投注 is characterized by fear of social situations and interaction. Its symptoms include:

  • Feeling highly anxious during interpersonal interactions and having trouble talking to others.
  • Feeling very self-conscious around others and being fearful of rejection, humiliation, embarrassment, or causing offense.
  • Fear of being judged by others.
  • Worrying for days or weeks about attending an event where other people will be.
  • Avoiding places where other people will be.
  • Having a difficult time making or keeping friends.
  • Blushing, sweating, trembling, or nausea around others.

These symptoms have been quoted from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).

If you have questions or feel that you may be experiencing an anxiety disorder, contact your school counselor or other trusted adult.


Bipolar Disorder or Manic-Depressive Disorder

Bipolar disorder or manic-depressive disorder, is a mental illness that induces periods of elation and energetic behavior (manic episodes) coupled with periods of sadness and hoplessness (depressive episodes). The types of bipolar disorders are characterized by the severity and length of these periods.

Bipolar I Disorder365体育投注 – involves manic episodes at least seven days in length or of such severity that hospital visits may be required; depressive periods in turn will often last at least two weeks. It is also possible for the periods to overlap ( having both manic and depressive symptoms at once).

Bipolar II Disorder – is characterized by less severe manic (or hypomanic) episodes.

Cyclothymic Disorder365体育投注 (or Cyclothymia) – is defined as numerous hypomanic and depressive periods, less severe than those found in Bipolar II Disorder but lasting at least a year in teens and children (two years for adults).

365体育投注There are other, less common disorders characterized by symptoms not seen above.

365体育投注Manic episodes are characterized by the following behaviors:

  • Feeling high or elated.
  • Excessive energy.
  • Increased activity levels.
  • Feeling “jumpy.”
  • Having trouble sleeping.
  • Talking fast.
  • Agitation and irritability.
  • Racing thoughts.
  • Risky behaviors.

365体育投注Depressive episodes are characterized by the following behaviors:

  • Feeling sad, hopeless, or empty.
  • Low energy.
  • Decreased activity levels.
  • Having trouble sleeping or sleeping too much.
  • Feeling unable to enjoy anything.
  • Worrying/anxiety.
  • Difficulty concentrating.
  • Forgetfulness.
  • Eating too much/too little.
  • Suicidal thoughts.

These symptoms have been quoted from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).

365体育投注If you have any questions or worry that you may suffer from a bipolar disorder, contact your school counselor or other trusted adult.