Porsche Peak Gordin is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, with nearly a decade of experience in mental health and addiction counseling. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Social Science from the College of St. Scholastica, a Master's in Marriage & Family Therapy from UW-Stout, and a Graduate Certificate in Addiction Studies from the University of Minnesota. Porsche is known for her honest and effective approach to therapy, using culturally-informed techniques that consider factors like gender roles, community, and family history in relation to mental health and relationships.
In her practice, Porsche focuses on fostering connection and building meaning. She offers individual therapy for those working through unresolved issues, seeking self-confidence enhancement, or managing life stressors. Porsche also works with couples addressing communication and conflict resolution challenges, assisting those who feel 'stuck' or are merely seeking a relationship 'check-up.' Further, as a licensed alcohol and drug counselor, she extends her expertise to individuals struggling with addiction and those affected by a loved one's addiction. Her therapy style is described as authentic and compassionate, yet assertive and direct, emphasizing an open conversation where clients can be comfortable expressing vulnerability. Porsche firmly believes in collaboration and empowering clients as experts in their healing journey.