MPSI Psychotherapy Center


Clinical Fellows/Therapists

The therapists at the MPSI Psychotherapy Center are taking part in a one- or two-year clinical fellowship.  Each clinical fellow is at least a masters-level mental health practitioner working toward licensure or a mid-career licensed psychotherapist deepening their clinical skills. All clinical fellows receive intensive supervision, training, and consultation to support the therapy that they provide.

New Fellows are being adding. Please check back!

Brian Nolan

Brian earned his BA in Psychology from St. John’s University and is currently working toward his MSW degree at the University of St. Thomas.  He has experience working with those struggling with severe and persistent mental illness, connecting people to social services, and as a crisis counselor.  He believes listening, trust, and a nonjudgmental safe space are keys to helping people explore their lives.  He values authenticity, humor, compassion, and understanding others.  

Anna Weiland

Anna is currently completing a Master of Social work in Clinical Mental Health at the University of Minnesota. She studied Media Studies and Psychology at Vassar College, and has a Master’s in Early Childhood Education from Bank Street College. Prior to starting at UMN, Anna taught Pre-K in New York City and the Twin Cities area for 8 years. She continues to be committed to thinking deeply about childhood and honoring the importance of our experiences as young people. Anna’s undergraduate education centered on the role of media influence in our lives, and she values reflecting on her own and others’ relationships to popular culture, particularly its impact on our self-perception.