Dr. Dan Lambrides, M.Div, D.Min
651-486-4828 ex. 205
lambrides@aol.com

About Dan: Dan Lambrides is a U.S. Army veteran who served with the military police in Germany before returning home to become a pastor. As part of his 10 years in pastoral work he frequently helped people with addiction problems and subsequently founded an alcohol and drug treatment center, which he directed for eight years. Dan was awarded a fellowship that provided the opportunity to earn a Doctor of Ministry degree in Family Systems and Family Therapy at Colgate-Rochester (New York) Divinity School and the University of Rochester Medical School.  While in private practice in St. Paul, MN, he received faculty appointments to the University of Minnesota Medical School and Bethel Theological Seminary. He served as a doctoral advisor at Bethel for 15 years and is currently an adjunct faculty member at St. Stephen's University in Canada. 

He served on the MRC board for two years before joining the staff in 1997. Dan began offering organizational consulting and executive/management coaching in 1985, and is currently involved with churches, hospitals/ clinics and commercial groups. Alongside his consulting practice he serves as a pastoral counselor with special interest in addiction issues, sexual concerns, and stressed marital, family, and organizational systems. He is also certified in negotiation and mediation, and greatly appreciates the opportunity to be part of the healing process of troubled organizations.

Dan co-authored the book Healing Relationships: A Christian's Manual for Lay Counseling with Stephan Grunlan. 

Specialties: Addiction assessment and recovery, anger management, christian counseling, couple/marital therapy, mediation, military related issues, organizational counseling, pastoral care, sexual healing, spiritual wholeness, stress response, transition

Types of Therapy: Dan works with adults in individual, couple, family or group formats. He also works with larger groups of people as a mediator including businesses, hospitals and other non-profit organizations, and churches.

Insurances Accepted: Dan does not accept insurance, but instead works on a negotiated sliding scale.