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Tina’s work experience is varied. She has worked with emotionally disturbed children and their families in residential treatment, with children and teens as a school counselor K-12, opened her home as a licensed foster home for children and teens for several years, and been in private practice with various agencies since 1992. Tina integrates spirituality into her counseling when so desired by her clients. She works with children, teens, families, adults and couples. Tina is comfortable with and advocates coordinating treatment with school personnel, doctors, social workers and other resources as needed.
Tina received her master’s degree from UW-Oshkosh with a dual emphasis in K-12 School Counseling and Community Counseling. She has also completed extensive training in Internal Family Systems Therapy, a model of therapy that believes that people already have the internal resources needed to heal and grow. Tina’s areas of interest and expertise include
Tina works in the Sheboygan office on Mondays and Tuesdays from 3 pm-8 pm and in the Plymouth office Wednesdays 10am-7pm, Thursdays 9am-6pm, Fridays 9am-3 pm and an occasional Saturday. Hours subject to change.
Julie is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC) in the State of Wisconsin.
She has always been interested in working with people. Her style of counseling is to look at the individual needs of each client. She does not believe in generalizing clients based on a diagnosis. Her approach considers the whole person-thoughts, feelings, physical, and spiritual.
Julie received her Bachelors degree in Psychology, with a Concentration in Applied Psychology (CAP) from UW-La Crosse and her Graduate degree in Community Counseling from the University of Winona (MN).
Her experience includes a variety of settings in the mental health field. This includes: residential settings for the mentally ill person, group home settings, inpatient, day treatment and outpatient settings. In the past 20 years, she has primarily worked with adults and adolescents in an outpatient setting.
Julie provides individual and group counseling for AODA needs, individual counseling for mental health needs. The counseling approach does depend upon the individual needs of the client. Overall, the cognitive-behavioral approach is the primary approach, however the eclectic approach seems to be the best to retain clients’ involvement within counseling and to assist them in meeting their goals. She encourages clients to take responsibility for their choices past, present and future. The primary motivation, to change thoughts and behaviors now to improve your life for your future.
Julie works Mondays-Thursdays. Her hours vary.
Danielle has been on staff at Life Point Counseling for over a year but has been in the field of counseling for about 10 years. Danielle has worked with a variety of populations including children and their families in their homes, bereaved individuals through a hospice program, adolescents and their families in a therapeutic boarding school, the elderly in assisted living facilities, and adults and couples in private practice. Danielle received her Master’s degree from DePaul University with an emphasis on Community Counseling. In working with children and teens, Danielle has used art as a means of expression. This also provides a reminder of the work done during the therapy session. With many clients Danielle has found success using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, which helps clients become aware of inaccurate or negative thinking and challenges them to reframe their thoughts in order to handle challenging situations more effectively. Danielle is very pleased to be a part of the team of therapists at Life Point Counseling.
Danielle’s small dachshund, Bejoe, is present for sessions and is certified by the National Service Animal Registry as a therapy/emotional support dog.
Danielle’s areas of interest and expertise include:
Danielle works out of the Plymouth office on Tuesdays, Thursday mornings and Fridays, out of the Port Washington office on Wednesdays and the Sheboygan office on Thursday afternoons.
Sheri graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in 2002 with a Master’s Degree in Education, Counseling Emphasis. Prior to working as an outpatient therapist, Sheri obtained experience working with a variety of mental health issues on an inpatient psychiatric unit, both with adolescents and adults. She also did both of her Graduate Internships in family systems therapy, working with a team of family systems therapists.
Sheri has been working as an outpatient therapist since 2005. She works with adolescents (12 years and above) as well as adults. Sheri provides individual, couples, and family therapy for her clients. She uses a solution focused and cognitive behavioral therapy approach which focuses on working collaboratively with clients to achieve his/her desired goals using a strengths based approach and evaluating and modifying thoughts. She also incorporates mindfulness skills into her work.
Sheri’s areas of expertise include the following:
Sheri approaches her clients with compassion, warmth, and kindness. She is available to meet with you on Wednesdays at the Sheboygan office from 2 PM- 6 PM and on Saturdays at the Plymouth office from 8 AM- 4 PM.
Kyle is an LPC-IT whose professional experience includes over three years in the counseling field and over five years working in residential treatment settings, serving populations ranging from adolescents to adults to the elderly. He has extensive experience with behavioral modification programs in these settings. In outpatient settings, Kyle operates from an eclectic mix of cognitive-behavioral, positive psychology, systemic, and solution-focused theories. He has worked with a wide range of clients, including juvenile and adult offenders, individuals struggling with substance abuse issues, families, couples, groups, and individual clients. Kyle also believes in collaborating and coordinating with other professionals (where appropriate) to provide the greatest level of continuous care possible. Finally, Kyle has a strong desire to provide counseling services to veterans and their families, given his strong family history of military service.
Kyle graduated from Lakeland College in 2015 with a Master’s degree in Psychology, with an emphasis in Community Counseling. He also holds another Master’s degree in Psychology with an emphasis in criminology and justice studies. Kyle completed his undergraduate studies at UW-Whitewater in 2010, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.
Kyle’s specialties include:
Anger Management, Domestic Violence, Men’s Issues, Counseling Criminal Offenders, Veteran’s Issues, Couple’s Counseling, Family Therapy, Working with Teens and Adults
Kyle works in the Sheboygan and Plymouth offices, and has appointments available in both locations on request.
Kay holds a Master’s in Guidance & Counseling from Univ. of Wisconsin-Stout with an undergraduate degree from UW-Eau Claire in Elementary Education and Special Education. After her Master’s degree, she spent a year at Georgia State University-Atlanta in advanced studies in Marriage & Family and Integration of Theology and Psychology.
Kay initially worked as a Special Education teacher and then a school counselor in both the elementary and secondary school setting. Her desire to work with couples and families came from that early experience as she felt children and youth would do better in the school setting if their families were stronger. She has worked as an in-home family therapist as well as counselor to emotionally disturbed elementary school children.
Kay is committed to keeping couples and families together and emotionally healthy, whenever possible. PREPARE/ENRICH and Gottmann Institute materials are used to identify strengths and difficult areas of the marriage. Then a plan unique to that couples’ needs is developed. Couples of all ages and stages of life can benefit from a fresh look at the marriage and ways to improve the relationship.
Kay has worked in the field of counseling over the past 25 years working with couples, families, children, women’s issues, anxiety, and depression. She uses cognitive behavior therapy, relaxation techniques, family systems therapy, bi-lateral stimulation, and eclectic methods to meet the clients individual needs. Kay works with all ages including children as young as 4-5 years and adults of all ages. Kay works from a Christian worldview.
Kay works out of the Plymouth office on Mondays and out of the Port Washington office on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.