Chelsea Q. Mangen, M.A., LMFT
I’ve lived in southern, rural Minnesota my whole life and never had the desire to live in a larger city. I enjoy working with people and knew growing up that I wanted to work in a helping profession.
I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology, with a minor in social welfare, from Southwest Minnesota State University in 2011. I graduated with a Master of Arts degree in marriage and family therapy from Argosy University-Twin Cities in September 2014. I am now a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.
I have been with Eunoia Family Resource Center since 2012. I’ve worked closely with Dr. Ramie Vetter in co-leading the men’s domestic violence group and have been helping to provide couples with therapy to improve their relationships. In the past, I have worked at an assisted-living facility and I currently also work at REM Heartland, helping the elderly with their day-to-day activities. While completing my bachelor’s degree, I volunteered at New Horizons Crisis Center in Marshall, MN, helping victims of sexual assault. I look forward to gaining more experience in the field of psychology and growing further as a therapist.