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Bridget Sigette


Bridget is a Licensed Professional Counselor and holds a Master of Arts in Counseling. 

Bridget guides clients through Ketamine-assisted psychotherapy and offers depth-oriented, somatic psychotherapy through private practice as well. Bridget holds prior experience as a Clinical Program Therapist at the Department of Corrections-Stillwater. 

Bridget is known for her warm, compassionate, and grounded presence. As a clinician, her priority is to create a space where clients feel seen, heard, understood, and supported.

Bridget completed Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy training through PRATI Psychedelic Research and Training Institute. In addition, Bridget is trained and certified in Brainspotting-- a therapy model used to support holistic trauma processing and resolution on the physiological, emotional, and cognitive levels.

Bridget is passionate about helping clients reconnect to themselves and learn to trust their inner guidance. Her areas of specialization include: complex trauma, religious trauma, spiritual abuse, divorce and relational concerns, grief & loss, life transition, stress, spirituality, and existential exploration. Bridget uses trauma-focused, body-based, depth-oriented, & person-centered therapy practices to support your healing & growth.

As a professional counselor, Bridget values practicing regular mind, body, spirit self-care that allows her to serve from the overflow. She further places high value on doing her own work through a lifetime commitment to personal and professional growth and evolution. Bridget grew up in North Dakota, though has resided in the Twin Cities for the last several years. Bridget describes herself as a true introvert who enjoys deep conversation, time spent in nature, hiking, reading, writing, and introspection. Bridget would be honored to support you in your healing journey!

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