Andrea Bowes has over 25 years of clinical experience helping children, adolescents and adults navigate life’s transitions. Combining cutting edge innovative techniques with a broad assortment of traditional approaches, Andrea provides a unique approach tailored to the individuals and families that she works with. As a certified trauma specialist she works with both acute and complex trauma issues, in the understanding that trauma truly is in the eye of the beholder.
Therapist and clinical supervisor, Susan works with individuals, couples, LBGTQ and families struggling with anxiety, depression, addictions, trauma, grief, ADHD, eating disorders, relationship and career issues. Deciding to seek out help and finding a counselor can sometimes feel like a daunting task, especially if you don’t feel good. The best way to find a counselor is to get a referral from someone you know and trust (friend, family member, minister, doctor, etc).
Eric has spent 30 years combining Western and Eastern wisdom traditions designed to help people strengthen their mind, body and spirit. He provides individual, couple and family therapy for adolescents and adults. For many years he has taught workshops on relationships, self-healing and expanded levels of consciousness.
- Energy Psychology
- Mind/Body/Spirit Integration
- Couples Counseling
- Relationship Counseling [all types including gay and lesbian]
- Family Therapy
- Adolescent Therapy
- Meditation, Healing
- Mentoring Training
Joan Felski has worked extensively with children, adolescents and their families for more than 20 years. Joan enjoys working with young adult women. Her approach is to enhance and develop strengths within
My work in psychotherapy is client centered and strengths based and I believe the client is the expert. During the development of the therapeutic relationship, my work is to guide my client through the process of healing.
Dr. Gielow works with a wide spectrum of emotional conditions that stem from relational and environmental stress. His therapeutic style is interactive, engaging, and collaborative. I believe that many problems that people have are due to their reliance on past coping skills that are no longer functional. I assist in identifying these current inefficient ways of functioning and then help discover more adaptive coping skills.
Margaret has been providing outpatient psychotherapy for adults, older adolescents, couples, and families for over 25 years. Her work rests on the belief that each person carries the potential for resolution and deep contentment within themselves. She continues to feel deep respect for the privilege of witnessing client’s journeys in dealing with a wide spectrum of personal, couples and family issues related to adjustment, mood disorders of depression and anxiety, disordered eating, trauma recovery, marital and relationship issues, life changes related to divorce and divorce recovery, blended families, personal and occupational stress and life transitions
Trish Miller, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker offering holistic counseling services to individuals, couples and families. Trish offers a compassionate, non-judgemental approach. She believes psychotherapy is a collaborative relationship that is built on trust, respect and mutual participation
My approach to psychotherapy is dynamic, unique, and holistic. While I incorporate an array of contemporary counseling methodologies and techniques, I add a layer of depth to my approach that is founded on the rich history of western philosophical thought and the ancient wisdom traditions of the east. I work to help my clients tap into their inner wisdom to solve problems effectively, overcome emotional pain and suffering, and attain a life full of balance, meaning, purpose, connection, and emotional well being.
Although Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness are key elements of my methodology, I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding I work with individuals to help them build on strengths and maximize their full potential. I provide both individual counseling and couples counseling.
Each of us faces times in our life when we experience emotional pain that needs to be handled in skillful ways. In those times, we need to see ourselves more clearly, find new responses to the same old triggers, and change patterns that no longer fit who we are. For over 30 years, I have been able to support others as they do this meaningful inner work.
Carney focuses on the treatment of depression, anxiety, unresolved anger, grief and loss, and the complexities of relationships in all their varieties and developmental stages. Additionally, Carney has been trained in divorce mediation and the ensuing process of recovery and rebuilding. Of particular interest are the unique coping strategies of men and women.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and sex therapist, I specialize in sexual health and treating sexual concerns. I love helping couples, individuals, and families. I currently see teens and adults ages 14-65.
Nicole “Nikki” Zellner is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Substance Abuse Counselor in the State of Wisconsin. She conducts individual and group therapy primarily with adults. Nikki’s approach is casual, warm and nurturing; she focuses on building a therapeutic relationship that allows for self-exploration and healing. Nikki has experience working with trauma, mood disorders, addictions and life transitions. In addition to individual and group therapy, she also provides mental health consultation and program development, and supervision for developing mental health professionals.