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I was very pleased with the relationship that I developed with my therapist.  She was very helpful to me while seeing her and will use her again if ever needed.
- Kelli
Very nice place! My husband and I went to The Calli Institute this week and I was so impressed with everything!  The staff at the front desk is very polite and informative and our therapist, Amanda is incredible!  The atmosphere is very different than any other counseling place we have been and it makes a huge difference.  We plan to return weekly!
- Shauna
I am amazed at how well the staff and nurse practitioner work to help me get my meds and appointments met at a proper and efficient time!
- Sam
I have been to a bunch of different therapists, but this place is by far the BEST!  It is so comfortable, it is like being in someone’s home!  The staff is very respectful and my therapist, Nicole, is excellent!  I am so happy I found her!
- Kristen
I have been very happy with my care at Calli and felt very comfortable there.  I haven’t been there in a few months, but plan on scheduling an appointment soon.  Thank you for your exceptional care and great facility.
- Jody
We would not hesitate to recommend Calli.  My wife and I felt very comfortable from the very first call to Calli Institute.  The environment is warm and our therapist was very kind and professional.
- Ted

Eating Disorders 

Restriction, purging, overeating or relentless preoccupation with food, calories and exercise are typically seen as signs of an eating disorder. Eating disorders also involve an intense fear of gaining weight and unrealistic or irrational beliefs about body weight.

Eating Disorders involve strong emotions, extreme behaviors and unhealthy attitudes around food, exercise, body image and weight. Those struggling with eating disorders or eating disorder symptoms often have underlying issues around control, feeling unloved, defective, worthless or disconnected from themselves or others. Significant events like loss, abuse or family dysfunction can contribute to an eating disorder but are not predictors of an eating disorder.

Therapy can successfully occur in an outpatient setting for those who are experiencing mild to moderate symptoms. More intensive treatment with strong medical and nutrition components, is often required for those with severe symptoms. Different types of psychotherapies are used to treat eating disorders and may include Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT).


Contact Calli today at 763.255.2125

See What They Have To Say...

I was very pleased with the relationship that I developed with my therapist.  She was very helpful to me while seeing her and will use her again if ever needed.
- Kelli
Very nice place! My husband and I went to The Calli Institute this week and I was so impressed with everything!  The staff at the front desk is very polite and informative and our therapist, Amanda is incredible!  The atmosphere is very different than any other counseling place we have been and it makes a huge difference.  We plan to return weekly!
- Shauna
I am amazed at how well the staff and nurse practitioner work to help me get my meds and appointments met at a proper and efficient time!
- Sam
I have been to a bunch of different therapists, but this place is by far the BEST!  It is so comfortable, it is like being in someone’s home!  The staff is very respectful and my therapist, Nicole, is excellent!  I am so happy I found her!
- Kristen
I have been very happy with my care at Calli and felt very comfortable there.  I haven’t been there in a few months, but plan on scheduling an appointment soon.  Thank you for your exceptional care and great facility.
- Jody
We would not hesitate to recommend Calli.  My wife and I felt very comfortable from the very first call to Calli Institute.  The environment is warm and our therapist was very kind and professional.
- Ted

November 28th 2017

Chasing Happiness

I originally planned on writing a lofty blog piece using quotes by Aristotle, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln (though I still might use some.) After all, isn’t happiness a seriou… Read More

November 23rd 2017

Happy Thanksgiving!

Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. Happy Thanksgiving from the team at Calli Institute! The post Happy Thanksgiving! appeared first on Calli Institute. Read More

November 14th 2017

Self-injury: Cutting, Self-Harm or Self-Mutilation

Self-injury, also known as cutting, self-harm, or self-mutilation, occurs when someone intentionally and repeatedly harms herself/himself in a way that is impulsive and not intended to be le… Read More

October 31st 2017

Children and The Good Divorce

The Good Divorce. Is this some literary example of an oxymoron or a new way to think about a common dynamic in some relationships? It’s probably fair to say that couples don’t go… Read More

October 17th 2017

Let’s Talk About It!

This is the slogan that World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) uses for World Sexual Health Day, which is celebrated every September 4.Historically there was a fair amount of shame, disco… Read More

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The Calli Institute
11334 86th Ave
North Maple Grove, MN 55369
Ph: 763.255.2125 | Fax: 763.255.2126