Quick contact: 651-456-8912 info@being-therapy.com

Stop The Hate

For years and years, going back well before my birth, all the way back to 1857, this country, the United States of America, has participated in intentional acts of hate towards the Asian community. In fact, it has sanctioned this hatred. This can be seen when the United States excluded Asian women because of “temptation for white men” and then excluded Asian men three years later.

And now, in 2021, we find this violence, bigotry, and dehumanization continue. Indeed, 150 years later, we saw our last administration continue to sanction hate and exclude members of the AAPI community. We saw people responding to the administration’s biased policies with hatred towards the AAPI community. And we saw and see people attacking those in the AAPI community with words and knives and guns.

The simple fact is that silence isn’t available. We cannot continue to watch the news at 10 and then go to bed. We can’t continue to sit idly by as members of the AAPI community, nay, all POC, are targeted with acts of hate, violence, bigotry, malice.

Being is a place of inclusion; believing those in the Asian community matter. Being believes all lives can’t matter until the lives of POC matter.

Being stands with the AAPI community.

One Tree Planted

In an effort to obtain carbon neutrality and help the planet, we’re happy to announce Being has partnered with One Tree Planted (@onetreeplanted) to plant trees! One Tree Planted is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to global reforestation.They plant trees to restore nature and biodiversity. They also raise awareness about the importance of trees, offer businesses like ours a simple sustainability solution, and motivate younger generations to do something positive for the environment. For every new client at Being, we will plant a tree.

To learn more about One Tree Planted and all the amazing work they do, check them out at: www.onetreeplanted.com.

At Being, we believe in a holistic and integrative approach to therapy, which leads to physical and mental health. The discomfort and symptoms you’re experiencing aren’t just a product of your mind and emotions, but can arise from your body, spirit, and soul; a feeling of disconnection to yourself and to the greater world. Your health is dependent upon many parts that communicate and work together in an integrative fashion, and therefore it’s important to address the whole you, to attend to your needs as a whole individual.

Our goal, in order to achieve true mental health, is to help you find and address the root causes of your suffering, rather than to label and treat the symptoms alone; after all, you’re more than just a label. In a relaxed atmosphere, we will work with you to address the mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical imbalances that are causing you stress and discomfort. We support effective, natural approaches to healing that support the body’s own ability to bring about balance and health. 

Video Therapy
(Just like when you use FaceTime or Skype with your friends or family, but with a therapist)

As we move through uncertain times, one thing you can count on is having access to the same high-quality services you’ve come to expect from the amazing therapists at Being. While the physical offices of Being are closed, we remain open via virtual offices. All you need is an internet connection and a device to connect to the video, like a phone or a computer. That’s it. Nothing else. No downloading. No installing. We’ll take care of the rest. 

Video therapy has been used for years and is a proven means to gain results. While it may be new to you, the therapists at Being have the expertise and experience to help you navigate using a new means of connecting and continue to work through these stressful times. Rest assured It is covered by all insurance carriers, requires no special co-pays or deductibles, and you can do it from the comfort and safety of your own home. 

To schedule an appointment or ask questions, please call (651) 456-8912 or email info@being-therapy.com.

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Being St. Paul

Being St. Paul is warm and welcoming, set on the corner of Victoria Street and Jefferson Avenue. From the warm reception room to the quiet meditation room to the comfortable and peaceful therapy rooms, the office is ideal for working through issues, feelings, and thoughts. Free public parking lot or on-street parking available. Convenient location near bus line.

Being Minneapolis

Being Minneapolis is centrally located on the corner of 48th Street and Chicago Avenue, next to Turtle Bread Company. Once you step inside you’ll be welcomed by the warm and calm energy dedicated to healing and help. The building – decorated with Fluer De Lis ceiling tiles, dark woodwork and doors, and 15 foot ceilings – is ideally located off 35w, is easily accessible by bus, and has convenient on-street parking.

Being St. Paul

Being St. Paul is warm and welcoming, set on the corner of Victoria Street and Jefferson Avenue. From the warm reception room to the quiet meditation room to the comfortable and peaceful therapy rooms, the office is ideal for working through issues, feelings, and thoughts. Free public parking lot or on-street parking available. Convenient location near bus line.

Being Minneapolis

Being Minneapolis is centrally located on the corner of 48th Street and Chicago Avenue, next to Turtle Bread Company. Whether you’re going to 4748 or 4749 Chicago, once you step inside you’ll be welcomed by the warm and calm energy dedicated to healing and help. Both the Parkway building – decorated with Fluer De Lis ceiling tiles, dark woodwork and doors, and 15 foot ceilings – and the Shenandoah Building – with a 20’s deco flare – are ideally located off 35w, is easily accessible by bus, and has convenient on-street parking.

Being. A Center for Mental Health

Start to live the life you want.

Being provides comprehensive therapy for children, adolescents, adults, and families. Daytime, evening and weekend appointments are available. We offer every new client a free 15-minute phone consultation. During that time we can further discuss the issues you are having and how to find solutions to them. We will also be able to tell you if we work with the particular issues you are experiencing. If not, we can refer you to someone who does.

So, what can you do? You’ve already taken the first step. The next one is to make the call 651-456-8912.