Thulr Odinsson, M.A.
Thulr Odinsson is an analytically-informed therapist, who strives to live and work from a place of Multiple Truth, acknowledging and honoring the unique, yet interwoven experience of each person. Each of us learns to find our way in the world from our earliest experiences onward, each impactful relationship shaping and informing how we come to see ourselves and the world around us. While much of how we see and act in the world comes from a place of conscious awareness, we are also moved by our unconscious, by feelings and beliefs of which lie outside our unawareness. Thulr sees the work of therapy as a collaborative effort, endeavoring to uncover, open space for, and understand influences at the root of a patient’s suffering, as a means of working through and finding healing. Thulr has experience working with trauma, dissociative disorders, depression, anxiety, life transitions, and existential issues. Thulr has experience working with people from a broad array of cultural backgrounds, including ethnic, religious, and LGBTQ diversities.
Thulr received his Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies from the University of Minnesota, wherein he focused on Esotericism and Religious Experience. Thulr continues to explore religion, spirituality, mythology, and philosophy in his spare time and maintains a daily meditation practice. This background informs Thulr’s way of being with patients, including an integration of mindfulness into his Analytically-informed method of therapy.
After a short hiatus of reflection in the Rocky Mountains, Thulr returned to Minnesota with a renewed sense of direction and completed a master’s degree in the Counseling and Psychological Services program at Saint Mary’s University in Minneapolis. Continuing on this path, Thulr also pursued the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Program through the Minnesota Psychoanalytic Society and Institute of Minnesota, from which he obtained his certificate of completion in the spring of 2020.
When not in the office, Thulr also enjoys reading, writing, listening to music, cycling on remote, gravel roads, and backpacking in the North Woods.