Tori Raimann, MA, LPCC

Therapist – Assessment and Intake Department


Post Master’s Training: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Training
Master’s Degree: Masters of Science in Mental Health Minnesota State University, Mankato
Bachelor’s Degree:  Bachelors of Science in Community Psychology at Saint Cloud State University
Licensure: Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor

Tori first joined PrairieCare as a Needs Assessment Counselor at our Mankato location, coordinating the admissions to PHPs, while helping community members gain knowledge of what resources and level of care is most appropriate for each individual related to their current mental health symptoms. She also provides outpatient care to children, adolescents and family therapy in community mental health settings. Prior joining PrairieCare in November of 2019, Tori worked as a psych tech at an inpatient substance us facility for adults. She then worked as an outpatient therapist for domestic violence and sex offenders at CORE Professional Services, before joining Sioux Trails Mental Health as an outpatient therapist for children, adolescents, and families. During this time, Tori completed her post master’s training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.

Tori prioritizes a collaborative approach to therapy with patients and families, believing that building connection, with the ability to encourage and support patients, is essential. She enjoys using holistic approaches with patients such as art and connecting the mind and body, while providing a warm, safe, and non-judgmental approach to patients’ unique difficulties. Tori enjoys using person-centered, strengths based approaches as well as DBT, while specifically teaching patients and families skills of mindfulness, emotional regulation, and distress tolerance.

Tori enjoys building relationships both inside and outside of work, through spending time with family and friends. She find relaxation when making new foods and being with nature, exploring new areas, being on the lakes, and hiking.


Parenting & Family Relationships
Serious Persistent Mental Illness
Personality Disorders


Adults: Yes
Adolescents: Yes
Children: Yes