Joe Greco, MA, LPC, CSAC
I am a master's trained psychotherapist who believes in the power and importance of interpersonal relationships and the empowerment/trust of the self. I bring a challenging, yet empathic, supportive, engaging and safe approach to psychotherapy.
I provide therapy to adults and adolescents to treat issues including, but not limited to depression, anxiety, addictions, substance use, trauma, relationship/marital issues, stress management and anger management.
My approach draws from a number of empirically supported treatment approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, internal family systems, dialectical behavior therapy, psychodynamic and solution focused therapy.
If you are seeking to alleviate emotional distress, make behavior changes, increase autonomy and/or seeking greater self understanding/acceptance, feel free to contact me.
Erica Browne, MA, LPC-IT, ATR-P
Erica Browne received her M.S. in Art Therapy and Clinical Mental Health Counseling from
Mount Mary University. Erica provides therapy to young people, adults, and postpartum parents
who are struggling to adjust to life transitions and/or experiencing anxiety and depression. She also works with folks who are challenged by addictions or have a history of sexual abuse, assault or other traumatic experiences. Erica believes positive, supportive relationships are central to our individual and collective healing. She offers a collaborative, validating, judgement-free space to safely explore who you are becoming and meant to be.
Erica utilizes multiple therapeutic modalities to support mental health and wellbeing. Talk therapy works well for some and others find creative approaches more beneficial. She specializes in trauma processing through art therapy techniques. Making art connects with areas of the brain that store traumatic experiences, where our language centers are blocked. Art therapy is used
to communicate when words cannot. You do not need to be an artist to try art therapy.
Marc Caron, MA, LPC
I am a licensed therapist with a master's in Clinical Psychology, and I have been treating adults, adolescents, and their families for the last 7 years. Throughout that time, my greatest strength has always been the ability to build a strong therapeutic relationship that relies on mutual understanding, respect, and, most importantly, a great sense of humor.
Interacting with others and guiding them to discover new ways of thinking about and approaching their concerns is one of my greatest passions in life. It is my belief that altering our perceptions and thought processes is the key to changing our state of mind. I am passionate about working with clients to find the silver lining in all things to alleviate the stressors we all find ourselves facing in everyday life.
I strive to produce a safe, non-judgmental environment in which to provide therapy to adults and adolescents to treat any presenting concerns including, but not limited to: depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship/marital issues, stress management, anger management, substance use and addiction.
I customize my approach to therapy based on each individual client and what is most comfortable and appropriate for them. I am trained in a variety of empirically supported treatment approaches including acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, motivational interviewing and psychodynamic therapy.
Whether we work together for a few weeks, months, or years my goal is always to empower clients with the tools to tackle life's challenges in new ways with a fresh and balanced perspective. I offer morning, afternoon, and late evening appointments to help accommodate your busy schedule. I look forward to working with you!
Kathy Del Rio, MS, LPC
My Master of Science degree is in counseling psychology, and I have been treating adults, couples, family, teens and children, for 20 years. This gift of assisting others of diverse backgrounds and personal histories is at the root of my passion in working with individuals, who are in the midst of positive behavioral change.
As a professional counselor, and as a life long student of life, I value my life journey, achieving greater insight into the emotions and challenging thoughts my clients may
be experiencing. Finding meaning of emotional and psychological pain is a vital part of one’s ability to view and accept themselves through a new lens, as well as, the challenges life can bring. Although, change can be difficult, it does precede personal development and success. I look forward to assisting you, as you move forward by taking action steps in creating a heart filled life.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic Theory, Narrative Approach, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and Duluth Domestic
Violence Model are counseling orientations I’ve used throughout my practice. In addition, I highly value Interpersonal Psychotherapy, as an evidence-based
approach that helps improve quality of relationships and social functioning, including resolving grief and loss issues.
If you’re looking to improve relationships, the ability to regulate emotions and behaviors effectively, please feel free to contact me at (401) 450-4878, or by
emailing me at email@example.com.
Karen Gottlieb, MS, LPC
I truly love my work and am driven by my desire to help people make positive change in their lives. Asking for help is difficult and I honor the strength and courage it takes to do so. I create an environment of safety, trust and non-judgement, which are essential elements for authentic healing and transformation to occur. My therapeutic style is supportive, authentic and collaborative. I believe, regardless of one's life circumstances, we all possess resilience, hope and possibility.
Together we will explore ways to navigate life's challenges while gaining insight and self-awareness. As each of us have unique life experiences and our own worldview, I will work with you to create a treatment plan and approach that is tailored to your needs and well-being.
My therapeutic approach is grounded in humanistic, strength-based and solution-focused modalities. I will integrate, among other techniques, mindfulness practices, cognitive behavioral principles and trauma-focused strategies such as brainspotting throughout our work. Whatever your reason for seeking therapy, I would be honored to join you on your healing journey.
Mandy Hanna, MSW, LCSW, CSAC
As a therapist, I believe in using the idea of a collaborative partnership to help you create the life you want. I believe in empowerment to help you gain insight and explore the things that may be keeping you stuck or left feeling unfulfilled. I strongly value the power of a therapeutic relationship and my goal is to help guide and support you in achieving self-satisfaction and acceptance.
My approach is client-centered and insight oriented. I use mindfulness as a therapuetic tool and believe in the power of self-care for the mind and body. Working together to understand how stress, trauma, and negative life events impact the mind-body connection can assist us in your healing process.
If you are seeking therapy to create more ease and joy in daily life, decrease stress and increase self-awareness and identity, feel free to contact me. I offer late afternoon, evening and Saturday appointments to help accommodate scheduling needs.
Susan Jost, JD, MSW, APSW, EEM-CP
I am a master’s level psychotherapist with a uniquely varied background, including a legal education and training and experience in mindfulness meditation and energy medicine. Helping others on their healing path is a calling for me and I feel humbled and honored to be able to do this work.
Drawing from person-centered, strengths-based, as well as cognitive theories, I believe in the power of self-actualization and self-compassion, and the importance of a warm and trusting therapeutic relationship. My approach is holistic and mindfulness is a cornerstone in my practice. Along with traditional methods, I often incorporate integrative modalities, including energy psychology, and techniques from yoga, qigong, and five elements Chinese medicine.
I work with adults to help manage and overcome anxiety, depression, relationship issues, self-esteem issues, chronic illness, grief, women’s issues and trauma. My goal is to create a collaborative environment where my client feels heard, validated and inspired. The decision to seek psychotherapy is a brave one. You may have endured a great deal to bring you to this point. I am here to honor that and to help lead you towards a less stressful and more joyful life.
Leah Keval, MSW, LCSW, SAC
I am a licensed clinical social worker and believe therapy is a unique opportunity to cultivate connection and personal growth in life. My goal is to create a safe and collaborative environment by authentically supporting clients and emphasizing their strength, to encourage change and overcome difficulties. Along with traditional talk therapy I use art, play and mindfulness to help clients feel in charge of their emotions and their lives.
My therapeutic framework consists of using Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. I emphasize the importance of developing a connection to both the mind and body to promote overall health and well-being.
By listening, implementing evidence-based therapy techniques and being empathetic, I am driven to empower and guide individuals to healing and growth. My specialties include: children of trauma, adolescents, anxiety, anger management, addictions, adjustment to a chronic illness, caregiver support and grief.
Madeline Ling, MA, LPC-IT
It is great privilege to join you on your journey in therapy. I am currently finishing an accelerated Master's program in clinical mental health counseling at Northwestern University and conducting my supervised field placement at private practice locations in Shorewood and Oconomowoc. I was drawn to the field of counseling by a passion to help others through self-empowerment and skills development. My aim is to make a space for you to feel empowered to create the change you hope to see in your life.
I have experience working with adolescents and adults with depression, anxiety, trauma, as well as major life transitions. I have a warm and caring approach with my clients, and I value client's personal preferences in their therapy experience. My approach is grounded in strengths-based and solutions-focused techniques.
I hope to create a safe, empathic environment for you, and I look forward to working with you to add more joy in your daily life, decrease stress, and increase insight. I offer morning, afternoon, and late evening appointments to help accommodate your busy schedule. I look forward to joining you on your journey to healing and self-empowerment.
Joe Mancuso, M.Ed., LPC, LCSW, CSAC, ICS, ABMPP
When we were born, no one ever gave us an “Operating Manual” for our life. We learned,
experienced and adapted using the things we knew in order to do the best that we could. When
something goes wrong, it is not helpful to have others tell us what we did wrong, what we
should have done or to “just stop it”.
As a medical psychotherapist, I help guide others through life challenges by providing that
“Operating Manuel” of life. An owner’s manual that shares what is known about our body,
mind and spirit, how to take ownership of our own thoughts, feelings and behaviors and
practice healthy life skills to nurture resilience.
No one wants to change their life course because others tell them to. We change and sustain
our life course because we want to. Additionally, change in our life paths can be imposed on us
due to disease, trauma, legal encumbrances or chemical imbalances entering our lives suddenly
or gradually over time. I support those who seek my help to learn and understand themselves,
others and the above life challenges in order to develop the practical skills to change what they
want to change and explore healthy strategies to regain their life quests towards true meaning
I graduated from Marquette University in 1984 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and
post-graduated in 1987 with a master’s degree in Educational Psychology. I am board certified
as a Medical Psychotherapist since 1988 and am licensed to practice in the State of Wisconsin
as a Professional Counselor, Clinical Social Worker, Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor and
Independent Clinical Supervisor.
I currently offer individual psychotherapy for adults utilizing the therapeutic techniques of cognitive and rational emotive behavior therapy.
Life can be hard, and yet, it can be fun as well. Don’t live it alone. Don’t think you should have
all the answers. Don’t believe that you’re just doing it wrong and lack will power. Allow me to
be your guide and show you how you are built, how to improve your navigation skills and regain
your pursuit of the goals that will bring happiness and well-being to your life journey.
Deidre Prosen, MS, LPC
It takes courage to seek help when you are suffering. Taking steps to improve the quality of your life is one of the most valuable gifts you can give yourself. I believe it is my job as a therapist to help people on their journey and that the therapeutic relationship is an essential part of this process. In therapy I strive to create an environment of trust where one feels safe to explore thoughts and feelings in a non-judgmental, supportive manner. In this atmosphere work can begin to identify strengths, and diminish self-defeating thinking and behavior so that you can move forward with your life.
I am a licensed psychotherapist in training who believes that therapy is most useful when it helps to develop strategies that aid in managing symptoms, while also working to understand what the underlying source for those symptoms are. My roll as your therapist is to help you gain insight and greater emotional understanding of yourself, allowing you to manifest growth and change. I use a therapeutic approach that incorporates psychodynamic, existential and person centered therapy along with cognitive behavioral techniques and trauma focused strategies such as brainspotting.
I provide psychotherapy to address many mental health issues such as stress management, trauma and PTSD, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, gender identity issues, substance use, suicidal thoughts, relationship/marital issues, anger management, intrusive thoughts and more.
My contact information is firstname.lastname@example.org and I can also be reached at (262) 957-6311
Lindsay Wolter, MS, LPC, SAC
I hope to walk with you on your journey whether for a couple months or a couple of years while sorting through the different topics you bring to session. I am here to support you and assist you with developing coping skills to deal with real life challenges. I have experience working with all different types of mental health concerns and if you choose to work with me I will do my best to meet you where you are at. I do not discriminate and hope to have a diverse caseload of different genders, age range, race, sexual orientation, etc.
The approaches I typically use are wholistic in nature focusing on the entire person and the environment surrounding them. I want to explore what type of therapy is best for you. It is always important to value self-care while working on collective goals and aspirations for your continued success.
I would like to work with individuals, families, and couples. Processing conflict, emotions, grief/loss, and change of life events is where my experience has been. Your care and desired treatment is what is most important to me.