Trish Fitzgibbons Anderson, MA

Core Faculty Member
Education: 

MA - Adler Graduate School, Richfield, MN
BA - Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA

Licensure: 
LMFT
Email address: 
Office Phone: 
952-933-4979
Fax: 
952-475-4429
Professional Membership: 

Clinical Member, American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT)

Professional Practice: 

Trish has a private practice in which she works with individuals, couples and families. She is a court-appointed family mediator and parenting time expeditor. Her individual work specializes in adult anxiety and depression, relationship issues and life transitions. Her couples' work spans the continuum from pre-marital to post-divorce co-parenting consultation, and includes same-sex couples. She has special expertise in divorce and re-marriage issues.

Select Publications: 

Understanding Your Dreams for Personal Growth

De-stressing for the Holidays

Self-care for the Caregiver with Aging Parents

Successful Co-Parenting After Divorce/SeparationStrategies for Creating Effective Blended Families

Utilizing Dream Work in Your Professional Practice

Understanding the Legal Processes for Child Custody and Co-Parenting Plans

Family Therapy Strategies for Eliminating Overindulgence

Re-examining Your Self As Therapist

Select Presentations: 

"The Overindulgence Research Literature: Implications for Family Therapy"National Council on Family Relations, 2004 Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida.

"Distance Education Methods and the Preparation and Training of Family Life Educators"

National Council on Family Relations - 2003 Annual Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Academic History (higher ed experience): 

Concordia University, St. Paul, MN

Areas of Interest: 

Divorce, Remarriage, Depression, Anxiety, Dreams

What I like about Adler Graduate School: 

"I had only a superficial knowledge of Adlerian psychology when I began my graduate study", says Trish of her education at Adler. "My continued connection is based on a strong appreciation for the foundational principles of Adler's Individual Psychology." She also says she appreciates how those principles can be integrated with a variety of other psychotherapeutic frameworks.