Mary Gossett , LICSW

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Mary Gossett, MSW, LICSW is an individual and group therapist at Hamm Clinic. She completed her undergraduate degree in vocal music performance (2008) from Stetson University, in Florida and her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Minnesota in 2018.

Mary strives to provide humanistic, person-centered, and trauma informed therapy with additional emphases in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, mindfulness and psychodynamic interventions. In graduate school, Mary conducted research on Self-Compassion and passionately incorporates self-compassion skills into her work.

Prior to working at Hamm Clinic, Mary worked in MS Navigator Services Delivery at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, she also worked previously at a DBT adherent clinic as an individual and group DBT Therapist and in bereavement counseling with a hospice program. Mary is passionate about building therapeutic rapport with clients while holding space for healing. While she takes the healing journey seriously, Mary values incorporating laughter and fun in therapy sessions. Often individuals do not know the power and strength they carry within and Mary strives to partner with her clients to access one’s internal wisdom, strength and tenacity.

Mary specializes in grief and loss related to chronic illness, ambiguous loss, end-of-life complexities, bereavement, anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, substance use disorders and personality disorders.

In her spare time, Mary plays Pickle Ball, she makes jewelry, paints and creates art in various additional mediums. Mary is a trained classical singer and previous choir conductor. She grew up in Florida and moved to Minnesota 12 years ago and has built a new and full life in the land of 10,000 lakes.

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