Welcome to Plymouth Psych Group
WHO WE ARE
Plymouth Psych Group (PPG) is a full-service mental health clinic based in Plymouth. MN. We believe in a holistic approach for the treatment of mental illness – based on treating the “whole” person, taking into consideration the mental, emotional, physical, and social aspects of well-being. With compassion and understanding, our clinical team work with everyone to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing. While focusing on our work to perform comprehensive assessments, accurate diagnoses, and advanced treatment of mental disorders in children and adults, our mission is to provide excellent and compassionate mental health care.
WHAT WE DO
Our clinicians provide competent, professional and compassionate care and we are committed to helping you find the right therapist. Our goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. If you’re looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation, or you’re just ready to move in a new direction in your life, we look forward to working with you to achieve your goals. Our services include psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and individual, family, couples and group therapy. In addition, PPG offers comprehensive psychological evaluations for diagnostic clarifications of multiple disorders.
HOW TO REACH US
Plymouth Psych Group is conveniently located near the intersection of Interstate 494 and Highway 55, on Harbor Lane North just West of Fernbrook Lane.
Our mission is to provide excellent and compassionate mental health care.
Call us at 763-559-1640 to schedule an intake for any of our services.
Our vision is to become the preferred mental health care provider in the Twin Cities.
Our commitment to be a leader in improving the lives of children and adults by providing high quality behavioral healthcare and outpatient services is supported by our core values – R.I.S.E.
- Respecting the individual and their families
- Integrity and confidence building
- Supportive and patient centered care
- Excelling in service provided
Would you or someone you know be able to benefit from mental health care?
Identifying with things on this list may be an indicator that mental health treatment may be
- Feeling down, sad, or low energy
- Debilitating stress or worry that impacts your functioning
- Often feeling very intense, or irritable
- Memories of trauma that you can’t stop thinking about
- Unexplained and recurrent headaches, stomach-aches or a rundown immune system
- Using a substance to cope
- Receiving bad feedback at work
- Feeling disconnected from previously beloved