Philosophy
We are infinitely complex beings who have a psychological need to feel understood, to bond, and experience a sense of belonging.
There is no one-size-fits-all-approach and traditional methods of therapy may not be best for everyone. Overall well-being requires more than a label or a specific diagnosis.
Our past has influence, but does not determine the future.
We have the inherent dignity, wisdom, and power to heal.


What to expect
A non-pressured environment to explore what has happened, where you are, and where you would like to go. Dan does not impose solutions. That said, he doesn’t shy away from offering feedback.  

Dan’s orientation is influenced by

Humanistic Psychology
Motivational Interviewing
Positive Psychology
Existential Therapy


About
Dan is a person in recovery and also an experienced licensed therapist.


He is a long-time pursuer of novelty, which has led him to experience some of life’s greatest highs as well its painful lows. In all of these instances, he has sought deeper meaning. Dan’s hobbies include biking, yoga, learning, eating sushi, reading, hiking, skiing, camping, and travelling. He has been described as kind, positive, adventurous, joyful, entrepreneurial, and a risk-taker.

Investment
Individual session $135 (50 mins)
5 Session Package $540 (20% discount)

**Sliding fee available for those with financial constraints**
**Saturday appointments available in addition to weekdays**

Dan Ronken, LPC, LAC is the founder of www.inclusionrecovery.com and holds licenses in both Colorado and Minnesota. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Addiction Counselor. He holds an MA in Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy from Adler Graduate School.

Contact Info: dan@inclusionrecovery.com or (651) 260-7728

Dan Ronken, LPC, LAC, specializes in helping people with a holistic approach to mental well-being. Everyone brings a story that is unique to them. By working collaboratively with Dan in the four dimensions of the human experience (physical, emotional, mental, and meaningful), you can increase awareness and live your best life as defined by you. As part of his psychotherapy practice, Dan has a special interest in addiction recovery. He defines recovery as a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.


Dan Ronken, LPC, LAC​