LifeCare provides behavioral health (counseling and psychotherapy) services on an out-patient basis.

Behavioral health therapists perform assessments, diagnose emotional and mental disorders, and plan treatment. Follow-up care after inpatient hospital stays is also available.

Psychological testing is part of the assessment when appropriate, including gastric bypass (bariatric surgery) evaluations and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder evaluations. These services are available to individuals, families and couples.

Treated conditions include anxiety and depression, issues of past abuse or neglect, self-esteem, personality disorders, anger control, eating disorders, family problems with child behavior issues, relationship difficulties, substance abuse effects, domestic violence, custody issues, and pre- and post-divorce issues.

Services can be accessed through self-referral, physician referral or another agency referral.

  • Jan Carr-Herseth
    Jan Carr-Herseth LICSW, Director of Behavior Health

    Jan Carr directs the Behavioral Health Department of LifeCare Medical Center in Roseau.

    Jan has been an employee with LifeCare Medical Center since 1990. When she began her career with LifeCare as a hospital and long-term care social worker she discovered that mental health needs of the community were unmet due to a lack of mental health professionals. Because of this she decided to pursue an educational path that would allow her to help provide these much needed services. She attended the University of Minnesota and in 1997 completed the Master of Social Work program and earned her degree in clinical social work. After completing the necessary requirements for licensure she began researching how to provide mental health services. In 2002, Jan began seeing patients as the first therapist for LifeCare Medical Center. Recruitment processes began shortly after and today LifeCare Medical Center has six therapists and serve patients with all mental and behavioral health needs.

    Jan also is the Director of Social Services, Discharge Planning and Utilization Review for LifeCare Medical Center.

  • Anna Stein
    Anna Stein Psy.D., LP

    Anna Stein, PsyD, LP, has worked for LifeCare Behavioral Health since January 2014. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Olaf College in Psychology, Women’s Studies, and Family Studies, and graduated from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Eagan, MN in September 2013 with a PsyD in Clinical Psychology. Previously, Anna completed her internship at the Ramsey Country Mental Health Center; working primarily with adults diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illnesses. In this position she provided services in the Partial Hospitalization Program and for a weekly trauma group, as well as working with individual clients in psychotherapy and testing. In addition, her background includes mental health crisis work, social security disability evaluations, and college counseling center services. Anna has past experiences working with clients diagnosed with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, learning disorders, chronic mental health issues, personality disorders, self-injurious behaviors, people experiencing suicidal thoughts, substance abuse issues, behavioral issues, and individuals experiencing distress over life changes. Anna works with clients in the Roseau, Warroad, and Baudette offices; working with adults, children, and couples with a wide variety of presenting problems in individual therapy and psychological assessments. Psychological assessments include cognitive testing, memory testing, personality testing, parenting evaluations, bariatric evaluations, and pre-surgical evaluations.

  • Jen Galbraith
    Jen Galbraith LMFT

    Jen is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the Behavioral Health Department. She joined LifeCare Medical Center in January 2012. Jen received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Central Michigan University in 2000 and her Master of Science degree in Applied Child and Family Studies with a Specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northern Illinois University in 2002. She provides therapy to children, adolescents, and adults with many different mental and behavioral health needs.

  • Brady Anderson
    Brady Anderson LGSW

    Brady has a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of North Dakota. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. During his educational career, he sought clinical and job opportunities that would make him a well-rounded clinician including internships at Hope Changes Everything and Sanford Health in Thief River Falls, Minnesota.

    Since his graduation, Brady’s focus has been on promoting hope and providing compassion. He also has received extensive training and education in AUTPLAY therapy. A play therapy and behavioral therapy-based approach for treating autism, neurodevelopmental disorders, and developmental disabilities. Brady has clinical experience with a wide range of clientele. In addition, his background includes mental health crisis work, community-based services, working with clients diagnosed with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, learning disorders, chronic mental health issues, personality disorders, self-injurious behaviors, people experiencing suicidal thoughts, childhood behavior problems, and individuals experiencing distress over life changes. Brady will be seeing clients in the Roseau, Warroad, and Baudette offices; working with adults, children, and couples with a wide variety of presenting problems in individual and group therapy.

    Brady has a passion for helping children, teens, couples, and families. He is eager to promote mental health wellness and bring hope to children, adults, and families in the midst of life’s challenges.

    When Brady is not at work, you will find him on a golf course, playing hockey, running, curling, spending time with his family, and walking his Goldendoodle puppy.

  • Renee Sandvik
    Renee Sandvik LAC, LCSW, LADC, LICSW

    Renee Sandvik, LADC, LICSW, is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who has rejoined the Behavioral Health Department in March 2020.  Renee previously worked for LifeCare Medical Center from April 2013 to July 2015 and returned to provide therapy services to clients. She is certified in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Refocusing) therapy which is beneficial to clients who struggle with anxiety, depression, addiction and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.  Renee is also a licensed drug and alcohol counselor specializing in providing mental health counseling for clients who are dually diagnosed with mental health and addiction issues.  She has been providing therapy and chemical dependency services for fourteen years within the Fargo/Moorhead and Roseau/Warroad/Baudette areas.  Renee currently provides therapy services for youth, adults and older adult/elderly populations addressing issues related to mood disorders, life transitions, trauma, addiction/alcoholism, relationships, couples and family counseling, life stress related to financial, employment, relationships, health or other issues, grief/loss, family concerns, and parenting issues.  Her work experience also includes providing therapy services to clients in various levels of care including outpatient and inpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment centers and three Sanford hospital sites within Fargo, ND.

    Renee has both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Social Work form the University of North Dakota, as well as minors in Psychology and Chemical Use and Abuse.  Following obtaining her master’s degree, Renee has worked as an Adjunct Professor instructing both undergraduate and graduate students in the Social Work Departments at the University of North Dakota and Minnesota State University-Moorhead from 2007-2018.  She is passionate about providing support and education to clients in efforts to improve their mental health and overall wellbeing as they deal with life events and transitions.  Specialty areas include EMDR, trauma, addiction and mood disorders.  Renee will be seeing clients in the Roseau, Warroad and Baudette offices.

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