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Are you anxious or depressed?
Are you worrying about your health, finances or relationships?
Are you sometimes waiting for your day to end so you can finally be alone?
You don't have to feel this way. Therapy can help.  
Together, we will address symptoms, set goals and expand your capacity for joy. There is hope.

Bonnie G. Resnick, Psy.D.                         
Licensed Psychologist

Client Focus:

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
Holistic
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Meditation and Breath Work

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Asperger's or Autism

​Examples of Client Concerns:

Qualifications: 

Trauma and PTSD

Depression

Location:                                                                     


4141 Old Sibley Memorial Highway                                   
Eagan, Minnesota 55122   

                                           
                                                                                        
Contact Information:


phone: 651-686-8818, extension 403
email: bgresnick@aslaninst.com

  • Clinical Psychologist with a doctorate in Psychology

  • Graduate School of Professional Psychology

  • License Number and State: 4708, Minnesota

  • Member of the Minnesota Women in Psychology  ​

Ethnicity: Any
Gender: All
Religious Orientation: Any
Age: Adults

ADHD

Eating Disorders

Grief and Loss

Personality Disorders

Chronic Pain or Illness

GLBT

Parenting

Bipolar Disorder

Eagan:  4 miles south of the Mall of America.
Nearby Towns: Bloomington, Burnsville, Eagan, Minneapolis, Richfield, St. Paul and Shakopee, Minnesota


Separation or Divorce
​Life Coaching

Spirituality

Anxiety or fears

Relationship Issues

Treatment Orientation:

Easy Access:

Bonnie G. Resnick, Psy.D., LLC

Specialties: 

General Information

  • Overwhelming stress at work due to anxiety

  • Loss of your job and you don't know what to do

  • Unable to control gambling, spending, drinking or other impulsive behaviors

  • Intense grief more than one year after the loss of a loved one

  • Worrying all the time about money or your health

  • Experiencing panic attacks

  • Feeling very alone and isolated from other people