Dan Dimick is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with thirty-five years of experience in helping people. He works with individuals, couples, and families. In addition, he provides a range of group therapy and educational programs focused on a variety of issues and concerns. He has extensive background in working with individuals, couples and families.
His approach in therapy is straightforward. He treats his clients in a supportive, compassionate, and respectful manner. His immediate goals in therapy are to help people reduce their anxiety, think more clearly about their concerns, and bring resolution to their problems. His larger focus is to address underlying issues that make them vulnerable to mental health concerns and relationship conflict.
He is a graduate of St. Olaf College, the Alfred Adler Institute, and Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. He is happily married, has three wonderful children, and three delightful grandchildren. He enjoys canoeing, hiking, and exploring state and national parks.
Andy Dimick is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. He is a graduate of St. Olaf College and the University of Wisconsin Madison where received his Master's degree in social work. For the past decade he has worked in the mental health field serving children in the greater Rice County area. He has previously worked for Rice County Social Services as a children's mental health case manager, and at the New Prague Senior High School as a school social worker. Most recently he served as the administrator at the Cannon Valley Special Education Cooperative where he directed mental health and educational services for students experiencing emotional and behavioral disorders. He has extensive experience with children, adolescents, and families. He has treated youth with depression, anxiety, oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, PTSD, and substance abuse.
He is a former Division III athlete and has a strong interest in providing mental health services to student athletes.
Andy is happily married and is the proud father of three children. He enjoys the outdoors, health and fitness, baseball, and cooking.
Angie DeNardo Meagher is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. She has extensive experience providing services to children, adults and families. She specializes in helping people with many kinds of issues including: relationship concerns, parenting, grief, anxiety, depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and adoption and permanency.
Angie has degrees from Hamline University and the University of Montana. Over the course of her career, she has worked as a school counselor, a mental health case manager, and a therapist. Most recently she has worked at Rice County Social Services as a mental health case manager, assisting families to find appropriate strategies to manage their mental health concerns. She is excited to once again work as a therapist through Dimick Counseling.
Outside of her professional life, Angie spends as much time possible with her husband, her three grown children and her pets. She loves spending time outdoors gardening and hiking, and she enjoys reading and cooking.