About Fraser, Ltd.'s Valley Hope Counseling Therapists

Amanda Lindstrom – Valley Hope Counseling

Amanda Lindstrom

Amanda received her Bachelor's Degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead in Social Work and her Master's degree in Social Work form the University of Minnesota - St. Paul. Amanda specializes in trauma based therapy approaches including TF-CBT and EMDR. She is also experienced in grief/loss, abuse/neglect, depression, anxiety, adjusting to life transitions, divorce, stress and other mental/emotional concerns.

Katie Renner – Valley Hope Counseling

Katie Renner

Katie has her Master's Degree in Counseling. She is the recipient of the 2016 Provider Award from the ND Family Based Service Association. Katie has specialized training in trauma including EMDR and TF-CBT. She helps children, adolescents and adults with issues related to trauma, adoption, depression, anxiety, loss/grief, divorce, abuse/neglect, family therapy, and other mental health related concerns.

Tracy Hansen – Valley Hope Counseling

Tracy Hansen

Tracy has a Master's Degree in Counseling both from North Dakota State University. Tracy has been an Advanced Certified Trainer in the Nurtured Heart Approach since 2011. She believes strongly in the importance of relationships and empowering people to build and grow strong and healthy relationships. She enjoys working with clients on the autism spectrum and their families, and has special interest in trauma, anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, and other mental health/emotional disorders. Tracy also enjoys working with couples and utilizes many strategies from the Gottman model of couple's therapy. Tracy is also interested in neuroscience and brain development as it relates to trauma and resiliency. 

Andi Wheeler – Valley Hope Counseling

Andi Wheeler

Andi has a Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from North Dakota State University. She is passionate about mental health and believes in advocating for holistic wellness. She enjoys helping people manage anxiety and depression, navigate life changes and grief, build self-worth, and cultivate healthy relationships. Her areas of special interest include mindfulness, meditation and yoga, and she incorporates these practices into the counseling process as appropriate. Andi's goal as a therapist is to provide a safe, accepting space for people to grow and find peace within themselves and their lives. She has experience working with adults, adolescents, children and families.