​I draw from a variety of lenses in my work with clients including; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, early development and attachment, mindfulness approaches, feminist, trauma-informed perspectives, and play-based interventions for my youngest clients.


In therapy we can collaborate to examine patterns playing out in your life, and also practice skills to help you feel better day-to-day. I believe that engaging in the therapeutic process within a safe and authentic relationship can be transformative; leading to more openness, hope, and a greater sense of belonging.


I have experience working in schools, outpatient mental health programs, and nonprofit clinics. I enjoy working with individuals across the lifespan- from birth through adulthood. My training and work have prepared me to support clients struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, relationship challenges, identity, work conflicts, and issues that arise during times of transition. 


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7301 Ohms Lane #450, Edina, MN 55439    
401 Groveland Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Phone: 952.831.2000   Fax: 952.835.6134
info@cabotpsychologicalservices.com

Laura C. Battaglia, MSSW, LICSW

Minnesota License #24875

Laura is an independent contractor working with Cabot Psychological Services.

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Meet the Rest of the Team

Cabot Psychological Services has a team of highly trained professionals to assist you with your specific needs. Meet The Team

Laura C Battaglia Cabot Psychological Services

Education
University of Texas at Austin

  • Master’s of Science in Social Work (2015) 


University of Minnesota

  • Bachelor’s of Science in Family Social Science (2010)


Experience and Training

  • Preschool Mental Health Program at Fraser
  • Early Childhood Program at Domestic Abuse Project
  • Treatment Resistant Depression Program at University of Minnesota Physicians

  • Child-Parent Psychotherapy - A modality to help children and parents process trauma and relationship concerns through play
  • Circle of Security - Caregiver support program to explore the foundations of a healthy relationship between themselves and their child
  • Beck Institute CBT - Evidence-based therapy designed to help clients better manage distressing thoughts and feelings
952.831.2000

Seeking support in psychotherapy is a brave first step on a path to a stronger relationship with yourself and with those who are important in your life. My role is to help you feel valued, understood, and supported as you develop deeper understanding and meaning within your life. 

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