Mandy Malecha, MA

Mandy Malecha, MA, enjoys providing therapy to children, adolescents, teens, and adults in various settings including individual and family.  She is also especially trained in working with children from birth to age three.


Mandy uses a client-centered and systemic approach to therapy by placing emphasis on client’s symptoms, getting to know them as a person, and focusing on the external, relational, and family history patterns that contribute to the client's current concerns.


She has experience working with anxiety, depression, trauma, abuse, and autism spectrum disorder. She also works to consciously address multicultural concerns, beliefs/spirituality issues, and stressors brought on by society.

Mandy earned her master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Bethel University - St. Paul.


Outside of her work at SBCC, Mandy enjoys spending time on her boat in the summer and spending quality time with family and friends.