Lydia Fruth

Lydia uses a variety of therapeutic approaches with clients including Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Solutions-Focused Therapy, Advanced Internal Resourcing (AIR) Network Model, and the Immanuel Approach. She desires to meet clients wherever they are in their healing process without judgment. Lydia provides individual and couples therapy for women, men, and adolescents (14+) for a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, divorce and separation, relationships, affairs, low self-esteem, adoption, pregnancy loss, emotionally unhealthy relationship, adjustment to life changes, and trauma. Lydia has over nine years of experience working with teenagers and adults in a social service setting and she completed her clinical training here at The Center for Hope and Healing.

Her special interests include helping women who have or are enduring trauma, marital discord or affairs, divorce, adoption issues, those questioning their faith, and stress management. Her faith in Jesus as the true healer guides her and is her source of life. She believes a work-life balance is key and invests her time in the outdoors: camping, visiting National Parks, hiking, biking, daily walks, beach days, fishing, reading, and road trips with her husband, extended family, friends, and her 7-pound Miniature Pincher.

Lydia accepts most major insurance plans. Please call our office to schedule an appointment or ask about your particular insurance coverage.

Lydia sees clients in-person at the Elk River office on Thursdays and via TELEHEALTH on Mondays. She also sees clients in-person or via TELEHEALTH at our new Sartell office (located within the Chiropractic Performance Center, 2380 Troop Drive, Suite 201) on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

To check in to a pre-scheduled TELEHEALTH SESSION with Lydia, click this link to enter her virtual waiting room. Click “Allow” when your device asks for permission to use its camera and microphone. Type in your name and click “Check In”. Your therapist will be with you shortly.