Sydney Glende, LBSW, MS, LPCC

Mental Health Therapist

Fargo, North Dakota

Sydney has been working in the human service industry for over 15 years and had enjoyed helping the community in various ways far before that. Sydney works with individuals of all ages, backgrounds, abilities, is LGBTQIA+ friendly, and is culturally responsive.

Sydney has over 3 years of experience counseling people with a multitude of concerns including, but not limited to: Anxiety, Anger, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism, Behavioral concerns, Communication concerns, Crisis intervention, Depression, Domestic Violence, Grief/Loss, Relationship concerns, Self-esteem, & Stress. Sydney is trauma informed and will soon be in the process of furthering training to treat trauma in children, adolescents, & adults in the near future.

Sydney takes an integrated, evidence-based approach, combining cognitive-behavioral, acceptance and commitment therapy, person-centered, & strengths-based modalities (to name a few) to work collaboratively on goals defined by you, and if she can’t help you with a concern, she will assist in finding out who, or what, can.


  • Bachelor of Science in Social Work from MSUM
  • Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from University of Mary


  • Licensed Bachelor Social Worker (LBSW) ND
  • Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) ND
  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) MN

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