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Dr. MaiNhia Khang is the founder of Twin Cities Center for Psychology & Wellness, LLC. She completed her PsyD in Clinical Psychology from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology. Her doctoral residency at Aurora Mental Health Center in Colorado focused on providing integrative care to refugees and immigrants. Her areas of clinical interests are multicultural psychology, assessment, research, and supervision. In addition to her clinical role, Dr. Khang provides crisis de-escalation training to law enforcement and health care providers throughout the state of Minnesota.
Dr. Khang speaks English, Hmong, and conversational Japanese. She enjoys traveling, biking, and cheering on the Gophers and Vikings.
Dr. Tou Khang is a Licensed Psychologist with specialized training in pediatric neuropsychology. Dr. Khang completed his pre-doctoral residency at the University of Minnesota Medical School in pediatric neuropsychology and psychology. He completed a 2-year fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology with the University of Minnesota Medical School. Areas of interest include neuropsychological assessments, integrative care, research, and multicultural psychology.
He enjoys exercising, playing tennis, hiking with his Shiba Inu, and trying new foods during his free time.
GaoNou manages the day-to-day operations of the Twin Cities Center for Psychology & Wellness, including scheduling, credentialing, interpreter services, and care coordination. She is bilingual in English and Hmong.
She enjoys, reading, cooking, and spending time with her family.
Dr. Carin Wolfe is a Licensed Psychologist with training and experience in outpatient psychotherapy and assessment with children, adolescents, and families. Dr. Wolfe completed her doctoral training in Atlanta, Georgia and has worked in a variety of clinical settings including community mental health, private practice, and children’s hospitals. Her pre-doctoral internship was completed at Washburn Center for Children, where she remains a provider.
Areas of clinical interest are comprehensive assessment, trauma-informed care, culturally responsive practice, and supervision and training.
Dr. Wolfe enjoys cooking, hiking, hammock time, playing video games, and spending time with family, friends, and her two cats.