Tamara Kaiser has been a clinical social worker and marriage and family therapist for over 35 years. Currently in private practice in St. Paul, Minnesota, she offers psychotherapy for individual adults and adolescents, couples and families. Her areas of expertise include depression and anxiety, family of origin exploration, relationship conflicts, co-dependency, divorce and blended families, cross cultural issues and spiritual questions. She also provides clinical supervision and clinical consultation for other mental health practitioners, and consultation and training for supervisors. She is Professor Emerita at the St. Catherine University/University of St. Thomas School of Social Work and is the co-founder and co-director of the School’s Supervision Institute.
Upcoming Workshop for Couples: Wednesday Evenings, Feb. 5-26, 2014
Hold Me Tight®: Conversations for Connection
A Workshop For Couples Who Desire Lasting Emotional Connection and Closeness.
Couples will explore the nature of love and what helps couples strengthen their relationship. This workshop will help you learn to: stop negative patterns of interaction, recognize underlying reasons for your conflicts, repair and forgive, and deepen your emotional closeness.
Cost: $400 per couple, (early bird discount $375 before January 15th.)
Books in Print
Dr. Tamara Kaiser is the author of A User's Guide to Therapy, What to Expect and How You Can Benefit and Supervisory Relationships, Exploring the Human Element.
A User's Guide to Therapy
For clients who want to enhance the process of psychotherapy
For supervisors and supervisees to anticipate workplace issues