Warren FritzeLICSW, LADC, CGC
Warren is a licensed clinical social worker an addictions counselor, and a grief therapist. With a graduate degree from Augsburg College in Minneapolis, he has over 20 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and older adolescents providing therapy. He utilizes existential, cognitive-behavioral (CBT), schema, non-denominational, philosophical, flexible, and practical approaches to provide a client-driven method of helping clients.
He has extensive experience in chemical dependency issues and grief issues. He also specializes in working to heal emotional/narcissistic gaslighting abuse as well as providing life coaching, trauma, anxiety, life’s purpose/meaning, adjustment, and relationship issue therapy. Warren treats clients starting at 15 years old.
- Communication & Conflict Resolution
- Grief and Loss
Licensure, Certifications, Affiliations & Evidence Based Specialties
- MN Licensed Clinical Social Worker #20488
What can you expect in therapy? Therapy, to me, is about removing barriers to growth. These barriers, often deeply held beliefs, once identified, challenged, and lifted, allow the human spirit to become free. Therapy is to be a non-judgmental, supportive experience where you are in charge.