Family Counseling

We tell young people that “asking for help can be the bravest thing to do.” We know that growing up is hard. MoveFwd masters-level counselors also know that it’s challenging to be a parent when kids are struggling with the process. Conflicts at home and school can lead to serious problems such as truancy, dropping out of school, running away and even homelessness.

Students who attend Main Street School of Performing Arts and/or reside in the Eden Prairie, Hopkins, St. Louis Park or Wayzata school district boundaries can use our counseling services.

Our counselors will tailor our meetings to fit your family’s needs. We can meet with you as a group, separately, just you or just your young person.


MoveFwd offers barrier-free, no-cost counseling for

young people and their families

No insurance or referrals needed, you can come to our offices or we will meet you in your community.

Our experienced, masters-level counselors are trained to help keep families together when it’s possible and to help keep kids safe when it’s not.


MoveFwd Parenting Support Group for those parenting adolescents: "We're In This Together Will meet the 2nd Monday of each month January - June 2018, 6:30-8:00pm at MoveFwd (Eisenhower Community Center)

An opportunity to gather with others who are parenting adolescents, support each other and learn about topics and resources that are important to you!

January 8th :  Meet and Greet the MoveFwd Counselors, and give feedback on topics that are important to you as parents

February 12th:  Communication and Conflict Strategies within families

March 12th:  How to respond to your teen's peer relationship issues or "drama" and/or bullying.  What's the parent's role?

April 9th:  Dating relationships and sex.   Helping parents through this time of life and how to talk with adolescents about it

May 14:  Depression and Anxiety in Adolescence.  What are the warning signs, and how to support your young person and each other

June 11th:  Caregivers of adolescents need strategies to take care of themselves.  What are some practical ways to do that?