Minnesota’s first team-based clinic integrating psychology, nutrition & real life skills
Let us help turn your stumbling blocks into stepping stones.
we treat the whole person
Imagine feeling anxious all the time and desperately seeking relief. In a quick doctor visit, you may be asked about your symptoms and be prescribed a one-size-fits all medication.
Now imagine after testing, you discover that you have an underlying neurodevelopmental disorder and it’s being made worse by a nutritional deficiency. Together, this makes school and work challenging which then creates anxiety. While medication can be part of the solution, the root cause of your anxiety also needs to be addressed.
The root cause will only be discovered if the whole person is evaluated, treated and supported.
That, is exactly what Stepping Stone Clinic does.
We evaluate the whole person & use a team of service providers, each with a unique field of study, working together to help you feel better. After all, mind or body, health is health!
integrating mental health in three steps
This is our opportunity to discover what’s really going on. The process is customized for each patient and leaves no stone unturned.
We use a whole-person approach combining different kinds of treatments. This can include therapy, nutrition, and team-based care.
A Behavioral Health Coordinator walks each patient through every step – including real-life skills, wellness classes, and specialty support.
take the first step to wellbeing today
About The Clinic
Stepping Stone Clinic uniquely offers a step-by-step approach to mental health integrating different treatments all under one roof.
Come talk with our psychologists, nutritionists, executive function coaches, and wellness specialists about our whole-person approach.
Mon: 9AM - 8PM
Wed: 9AM - 8PM
Thurs: 9AM - 8PM
Fri: 8AM - 4PM
Sat: 9AM - 3PM
6625 Lyndale Ave South, Suite 500
Richfield, MN 55423
*Free covered parking in back
*For emergencies, please contact the MN mobile crisis line (call 612-348-2233 or send a text to 741741) or go to your nearest emergency room.