About Us



BOTH/AND Resources, PLLC is a collaborative group of mental health professionals who provide therapy services, clinical supervision and consultation. We are all independent contractors committed to providing a successful experience to those we serve. Our work is guided by these organizing principles:


  • We take a relational and systemic approach to our work
  • We help you find your own best solutions to life's challenges
  • We embrace the diversity of culture, lifelstyle, spirituality, age, and life experiences
  • We take BOTH/AND position in an either/or world.



Ginny D'Angelo, MS, LMFT, LICSW has helped families with parent-child problems and now focuses on couples with issues of fidelity, trust, and intimacy, and individuals facing anxiety, depression, and other issues of adjustment. She operates from a strength-based philosophy based on dropping either/or thinking and focusing on the both/and.
She also provides supervision for therapists seeking licensure. You can find more information about this on the Training page of this website. Ginny is approved by the Minnesota Boards of Marriage and Family Therapy, BBHT, and Social Work. 
In her spare time, Ginny enjoys fly-fishing, camping, gardening, and painting. Pronouns: she, her, hers.
Ginny is located at the Apple Valley office. Contact her at (952) 432-0043, ext.1 or email at ginny@bothandmn.com.
Mary Banwell, MA, LMFT is a seasoned therapist who particularly enjoys working with adults and couples to address issues of mood, communication, and conflict. She has a lengthy history of working with individuals and families, both to improve their ability to make themselves heard as well as to work through issues of disagreement. Mary has also had extensive training around the complexities of domestic abuse. To improve access for working families, she has afternoon, evening and occasional weekend appointment times. Pronouns: she, her, hers. Contact her at (952) 432-0043 ext. 6 or email at mary@bothandmn.com
Edi Connor, MS, LMFT enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. She uses a collaborative, strength-based approach to help clients navigate through and support current issues and concerns. Her specialty areas include working with adolescents, special needs, trauma, life transitions and parent-child conflict. Edi accepts most insurance plans and can discuss payment options with you. Students and their families who are enrolled at Apple Valley High School may also choose to see her at AVHS. Edi offers a Teen DBT Group; look to our Child and Adolescent page for specific information. Pronouns: she, her, hers.
Contact her at 952-432-0043, ext. 4 or email at edi@bothandmn.com.
Joseph R. Jefferson MA, LMFT, CPRP has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults ages four and older addressing issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, grief/loss, neurodevelopmental disorders, attachment issues, anger management, stress management, emotional and behavioral dysregulation, life and family transitions, LGBTQ issues, sexual health and sexual identity. He utilizes a variety of different therapeutic techniques and interventions that are adjusted to best fit the needs of the client. Practice includes individual, couples, group, and family therapy. Ages 4+
Joe sees clients at the Apple Valley office and accepts most insurance. Pronouns: he, him, his. Contact him at (952) 432-0043 ext. 2 or email at joe@bothandmn.com.
Meggan M McQuillan, MA, LMFT collaborates with couples, families, and individuals by listening first to their concerns and challenges. She then works with them to recover their relational stability, natural mental health, and wisdom. As people begin to calm down and regain their sense of well-being, they are able to see answers and solutions from a healthier state of mind creating better outcomes for themselves and others. Meggan is also EMDR certified to address issues related to trauma.

She has a therapy dog named Harry who has been coming to work with her since 2010. Harry is a calm and gentle Standard Poodle and is hypoallergenic. Research shows that dogs can have a positive and calming influence on human beings especially in clinical settings and Harry has shown the research to be right.
Meggan sees clients at the Apple Valley office and accepts most insurance.  Pronouns: she, her, hers. Contact her at (952) 432-0043, ext. 7 or email at meggan@bothandmn.com.
Eleanor Miller, MA, LMFT, is passionate about supporting children, teens, couples & families through coping with transitions and life difficulties. She applies her own experience and wisdom and approaches your concerns and joys together with you. Particular interest/experience includes navigating through elementary, middle & high school, divorced/blended families, coping strategies for managing anxiety, stress, mood changes, & difficult behaviors, making and keeping positive friendships & social activities. She commonly incorporates families into therapy because it is more effective and more dynamic. Every family is different, so together you will decide who is in sessions.  Eleanor approaches therapy as an art more than a science believing that it is mostly about building relationships and hope. I am not interested in labeling you or your child, but in promoting well-being in all of us. Play, art, games and creativity are a common part of my therapy. It is more fun for children and keeps them more engaged. “I understand, I think it’s more fun too.”  Eleanor also enjoys working with couples in a way that is usually quite practical, focused on improving communication, increasing healthy and positive interactions, helping couples navigate their own personal needs with the couple's needs. She provides a free phone consult and before scheduling an intake appointment. Pronouns: she, her, hers. Contact her at (952) 432-0043 ext. 9 or email at eleanor@bothandmn.com. Minneapolis office only.
Jessica Parker, MA, LMFT "The way out is through" - Robert Frost. As human beings navigating this complex world, we often avoid problems as a form of self-protection. In order to find more contentment in our lives, it is essential that we face our difficulties in a safe environment. Jessica enjoys working with teens and adults struggling with self-esteem, addictive behaviors, self-care, life-transitions, childhood trauma, parenting/step-parenting, relationship issues and more. Jessica utilizes an empathetic, genuine and kind approach in session, creating a safe space for people to work through and explore their difficulties. As a former actress/comedian, Jessica often uses humor to assist in calming client's anxieties and revealing what is beneath the surface. Jessica’s artistic background and extensive personal knowledge of the media's impact on individuals and society also influences her work. Pronouns: she, her, hers. Jessica practices out of the Apply Valley office and can be reached by phone at (952) 432-0043 ext.5 or email at jessicap@bothandmn.com.
Denae Ruble, LMFT enjoys working with adolescents, families, couples and individuals. She uses a strength-based approach while helping others gain insight to the causes of their struggles and empowering them to learn to cope with, accept and work through life struggles that would otherwise seem overwhelming and out of their control. She has extensive experience working with individuals affected by trauma and assisting couples and families with relational issues. She uses a nonjudgmental approach, understanding that current problems often come from past experiences and life story. “I want to understand your story so I can join with you in healing.” Pronouns: she, her, hers. Contact her at (952) 432-0043 ext.8 or email at denae@bothandmn.com.
Tracey Srenaski, MA, LMFT utilizes a strength-based approach in therapy focusing on possibilities and empowerment. She believes in a systemic and relational approach for therapeutic success. She works with children (6+), teens, individuals, couples and families. Specialty areas include Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, children and teens, Prepare/Enrich, trauma, and infertility. Tracey has completed the level I and level II in EMDR. EMDR certificate is expected in the spring of 2019.
She and her husband are parenting a preteen and teenager - plus their Golden Doodle named Oscar. Tracey lives in the 196 school district. When she has free time, Tracey enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, gardening, cooking/ entertaining, movies, games, working on home improvements, and being outdoors.
Tracey has been at BOTH/AND Resources for over 10 years; she accepts most insurance plans and can discuss payment options with you. Pronouns: she, her, hers. Contact her at (952) 432-0043 ext. 3 or email at tracey@bothandmn.com.
Jessica Dooley, MSW, LICSW is available for SW supervision. She has been working in community mental health since 2008 with adults and adolescents in a variety of settings. She completed her supervision training through St. Thomas/St. Catherine University School of Social Work, and she brings a unique and all-inclusive perspective to her work. Her supervision specialties include self-awareness, burnout, compassion fatigue, and the importance of spirituality in social work. She can arrange supervision sessions at either the Apple Valley or Minneapolis locations. Pronouns: she, her, hers. Contact her at jadooley0718@gmail.com.
Bruce Minor, MS, LMFT has worked as a community healer/activist/leader in the Minneapolis Metro area for more than thirty years. He believes that relationships, family and community are central to health and healing, and brings these values to his consultation with therapists, practices and community agencies, his teaching, supervision and mentoring, and his clinical work with individuals, couples and families. Bruce is located in the Minneapolis office. Pronouns: he, him, his. He can be contacted at bminor2255@aol.com or (612) 501-9531

Bruce and Brier

Brier Miller, MS, LMFT
 has officially retired from the practice. She continues to fill her life with the values of strength, diversity, humor and authenticity that are her trademark characteristics.