Nancy received her master's degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. She has more than 30 years of experience in the mental health field in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Her ares of special interest include working with adolescents and their families., survivors of trauma, and clients with disordered eating issues. Nancy also works extensively with adolescents and adults who are affected by depression, anxiety, stress, relationship/communication problems, impaired self-esteem and compulsive gambling concerns. Nancy uses an eclectic style of therapy, drawing from cognitive behavioral and solution-focused models to best meet the needs of each individual.
Amanda received her master's degree from Marshall University in West Virginia in clinical psychology and a doctoral degree from Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology (WSPP) in clinical psychology. She has been providing mental health services since 2007. She specializes in the treatment of children and adolescents with developmental delays, traumatic brain injury, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and trauma. She also provides psychological screening for children and adolescents. Her therapeutic style combines psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral techniques to develop new ways to cope with stressors and problem solve. Treatment includes individual play therapy and a family focus to best meet the needs of her clients.
Kim received her doctorate degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) in Clinical Psychology under the Child and Adolescent Track in 2017. She is experienced in providing therapy to adults as well as children and adolescents, primarily addressing issues related to trauma. Kim is also experienced working with individuals who have difficulties related to identity/self-worth, mood and anxiety disorders, behavior issues, personality disorders, and psychosis. She is familiar with working with clients who interact with the criminal
justice system and child protective services. Her therapeutic approach is mainly humanistic, focused on self-exploration and empowerment.
Treatment emphasizes client-established strengths, values, and goals and may involve experiential and/or expressive activities, such
as play, art, and music. Treatment is aimed to adapt for the unique needs of the client.
Mariah received her master's and doctorate degrees from the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology (WSPP). She is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of clinical experience working in outpatient mental health and addictions with adults and older adolescents. She specializes in treating mood disorders, anxiety disorders, adjustment disorders, personality disorders and substance abuse/dependence. Mariah utilizes an eclectic approach to treatment in an effort to meet each client's unique needs. Her primary orientation combines elements of cognitive behavioral techniques and a humanistic therapy style.
Fred is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee having received a master's degree in Educational Rehabilitation Counseling. He has been providing mental health and substance abuse counseling for over 40 years. He has extensive experience working with a highly diverse population focusing on individual and couples therapy. He specializes in substance abuse, dual diagnosis, affected family members, depression, anxiety, stress management and relationship issues. Fred practices an eclectic approach, utilizing cognitive behavioral and solution-focused techniques. His clinical approach encourages individuals to take an active role in their therapy to utilize their strengths and resources while addressing their unique needs.