Our Staff

Lois Cochrane Schlutter, PhD, LP, CCDPD
Dr. Schlutter got her Ph.D. in clinical psychology, has APA special certification in alcohol and substance use disorders, and has a CCDPD (co-occurring chemical dependency professional diplomat). She owns several clinics, including Schlutter & Associates, Northern Integrated Health (the parent company to PCC,) and Professional Counseling Centers. She has served as president of DLPP for several years, as well as on the executive committee for MPA in the past. Dr. Schlutter serves as the HPSP representative from MPA and has been for a number of years, and chairs the HCCCHP group which is the chemical dependency providers group for Hennepin County and has done so for several years. She gives professional presentations to a number of groups including MPA and MARRCH. In her spare time, she loves to travel.


Matt Gundlach, EdD, LP
Dr. Gundlach is a graduate of the University of South Dakota, has worked in education, consulting to schools, utilizing learning theory in all of his practice. He has had a practice alongside Professional Counseling Center for several decades. Dr. Gundlach’s passion is sailing.




Cheri Kuhn, MA, LPCC

Cheri Kuhn MA LPCC grew up in the Midwest and attended the University of St. Thomas Graduate School of Professional Psychology where she continues her education by pursuing a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology.  After completing her masters degree, she worked with co-occurring disorders at Tubman Chrysalis Center where she completed her masters level practicum and remained as a staff member.  In addition, she has experience working with college students and emerging mental health difficulties during her time at the University of Minnesota’s Student Counseling Services. Lastly, she has experience in psychological testing through completing her training at the Center for Attention, Learning and Memory (CALM) and has continued this testing at Northern Integrated Health.

“I believe in the process of healing and individual change. Part of my practice is to help facilitate this through working with clients to build insight into how they relate in the world and to themselves.  I believe in honoring where client’s have come from and meeting them on equal footing.  I have experience working in multiculturalism including with African American, Native American and LGBTQIA identified individuals.  My passion is helping individuals heal from trauma and addiction by providing a safe space for them to heal, develop trust and build a life that they want by achieving their goals.”


Tom Brown, MA, Doctoral Level Therapist
Tom completed his Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology at the University of St. Thomas, and has returned to St. Mary’s to pursue his Doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology. He provides individual and couples therapy at PCC, as well as psychological assessment. Tom’s specialties include sexual health, gender and sexual orientation, rape and sexual assault, grief and loss, and chemical dependency. In his spare time, Tom enjoys science fiction and fantasy culture, including Star Trek: The Next Generation – a passion instilled by his parents from a young age.


Jennifer Potts, MS, LPC
Jennifer is a graduate of the University of Houston, achieving her Masters of Science. She has also earned and maintains her license as a Practicing Counselor, providing dedicated mental health services. Her specialties include trauma-informed care, and working with military populations. Jennifer’s area of special interest is how nutrition and exercise impact mental health. In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family.





Rob Sutton, LADC
Rob is a graduate of Lakewood College and has been in the field of chemical dependency treatment for over 18 years. He has a wealth of experience, including working with prison populations, conducting gender-specific treatment, treating adolescents, and is clinically trained in culturally-specific treatment work. He has developed multiple culturally-specific and inclusive programs, presenting in San Antonio and Washington, D.C. for his unique work. He has previously worked at Professional Counseling Center, and we are proud to welcome him back as Program Director. In his spare time, Rob enjoys quality time with his grandchildren.


Todd Wilson, BS, LADC
Todd has a Bachelor of Science degree from Metropolitan State University, as well as his license in Alcohol and Drug Counseling. He is also trained in Driving with Care, Rule 25 assessments, and CPR. Todd has been working at Professional Counseling Center since September of 2013 – and serves the clinic in its versatile needs as a flexible staff.  Currently, he leads CD groups, conducts intake interviews, is a resident evaluation specialist, and completes rule 25 assessments. In his spare time, Todd enjoys being active and maintaining his physical fitness.


Natalia Kuzdzal, M.S, LADC
Natalia completed her Masters of Science degree in Organizational Psychology with Capella University and her Addictions Counseling certificate at Minneapolis Community & Technical College. She plans to earn a certificate in yoga teacher training so she can provide meditation and trauma sensitive & recovery yoga to clients in treatment. She honors the unique strengths and challenges of her clients, while working to enhance life skills, coping strategies, and interpersonal relationships. She works in a humanistic and strengths based approach to increase self-awareness and self-worth.


Glen Oglesby, MA, LADC
Glen attended Minnesota School of Professional Psychology for a Bachelor’s Degree, as well as his Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology. He completed a Doctorate Level counseling and assessment practicum with Wilmar Regional Treatment Center, working with children and adolescents suffering from severe and persistent mental illness. Mr. Oglesby also attended Hazelden School of Addiction Studies, earning his Master’s Degree in Addiction Studies, becoming an LADC in 2011.  Glen has over 2 years experience as a clinical director of Intensive Outpatient Facility, but he decided he would rather focus on facilitating the recovery of those suffering from chemical dependency full time while taking steps towards his LPCC licensure. Glen enjoys working with a multiple disciplinary treatment team, and is capable of aiding people suffering with Co-occurring disorders.


ReAnna Fettig, ADC-T
ReAnna earned her Associates of Liberal Arts at Ridgewater College and completed her Chemical Dependency program and internship in the summer of 2016. She plans to continue on to earn her Bachelor of Arts in Social Work at St Scholastica, and become an LADC in the future. Her special interests include mental health, gang culture, community sentencing, and criminology. She currently leads group and individual meetings and conducts Rule 25 Assessments. In her spare time, ReAnna enjoys yoga, hiking, and boating.
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Steve Grove, MA LADC
Steve attended Luther College for a Bachelor’s Degree in English and Speech, followed by dual Master’s Degrees in English and Library Science.  He engaged in a career as a librarian for several years, until deciding to switch careers in 2013. He attended Betty Ford Hazelden School of Addiction Studies, graduating in 2016 – and subsequently obtained his LADC. He enjoys theater, classical music, and the joy of eating at the diverse offering of restaurants in the Twin Cities.