Behavioral Health and Counseling Services

RSI’s Outpatient Mental Health Services offers confidential, person-centered counseling for adults and children using a variety of approaches to address each person’s unique needs. Our primary objective is to help individuals and families formulate and reach their unique therapy goals.

Areas of Support Available:

Trauma-informed care

Peer relationships

Family conflicts

Grief and loss

Gender exploration and transitions

Child and adolescent behavioral supports

Life transitions and adjustments

Managing chronic illness

Our licensed therapists are trained to use a variety of approaches and models, including:

Cognitive behavioral therapy

Solution-focused model


Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Family systems approach

Equine therapy

Applied behavioral analysis

Person-centered approach

Trauma focused and informed

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Referrals and Intake:

Self-referrals and support team-referrals are welcome.  Contact us for questions or to make a referral.

Download/View PDF of our sliding scale and Informed Consent form

Download/View PDF intake form

Meet our therapists

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Roni Horak, LPCC has extensive experience with children and families as a therapist and manager of the Children, Family, and Respite program at RSI. She has a Masters in counseling from the University of Wisconsin Superior and received her undergraduate in Psychology from the College of St. Scholastica.  Roni serves individuals and families the Duluth and North Branch and is fully licensed and credentialed on a variety of health plans and accepts private pay. Roni has been with RSI since 1994 in a variety of positions.

Professional areas of interest: children and youth, trauma based difficulties, person-centered recovery, solution focused therapy, anxiety, cognitive behavioral therapy, and depression

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Gordy Hoelsher, LICSW is RSI’s Clinical Director. He received his undergraduate in Sociology from Hamline University and his Master of Science in Social Administration (MSSA) from Case Western Reserve University. Gordy has many years of experience working in the mental health field, with over 25 years of experience as a clinician trained in family therapy, psychotherapy, biofeedback, group therapy, and hypnosis. He has been with RSI since 2010.

Professional areas of interest: diagnostic assessments and clinical supervision