All our therapists are down to earth, approachable, and make the extra effort to ensure that you feel comfortable in therapy. After getting to know you and developing an understanding of your situation, your therapist will select the tools and techniques that are right for you. We understand that every client is different, and deserves a warm welcome, a listening ear, and effective, fully customized therapy catered to their needs.
Everyone has their own story to tell. Your experience in therapy will be unique, depending on your background, needs, wishes, and goals.
Katie can help you navigate the best therapist for your needs. Her kind and compassionate demeanor makes starting the therapeutic process easy.
After 18 years as a child care director in the Reedsburg community, Sabrina has joined our Reedsburg location as our Office Manager. She has been a licensed foster parent for Juneau County for 6 years. She enjoys helping others and welcoming you with a warm smile. When not in the office she enjoys camping with her family, reading, attending sporting events, and being an active part of her community.
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MaCall received her Masters in Marriage in Family Therapy from Capella University. She believes that therapy is a collaborative process and guides clients to increase self-awareness, gain new perspectives, decrease symptoms, and increase personal strengths to have a more meaningful and positive life experience. She believes in a safe space to process, without judgement, and nurtures the courage to be imperfect. MaCall enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families of all ages, backgrounds, abilities, and is LGBTQIA+ affirming.
MS, LPC, CCAT, SAC-IT
Grady received her Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling from Viterbo University, and has been providing therapy to all ages since 2018. Grady has credentialed specialties in Clinical Adventure therapy and Substance Abuse counseling, but practices from a person centered and trauma informed approach with all of her clients. Grady is committed to guiding you through your process of healing and self discovery while creating a safe, therapeutic environment that draws from several evidence-based modalities. Grady enjoys working with teenagers, young adults, and adults providing individual or family therapy.
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John completed his Master of Science Degree in Mental Health Counseling at Viterbo University. John’s area of concentration is child and adolescent therapy.
John feels a person-centered approach to counseling is the foundation for successful treatment. He utilizes components of cognitive behavioral therapy and believes the client determines their path to healing. John has a relaxed, easy-going demeanor and it is important to him that clients feel comfortable.
While John will have experience with clients of all ages, he has a particular interest in counseling children and adolescents.
Shannon uses a relational approach to develop a warm and trusting connection with her clients. Her work focuses on providing psychoeducation on the body/brain relationship, as well as targeting ineffective behaviors, habits, and thoughts impacting one’s mental health. She believes in taking a collaborative approach to help clients reach their goals. She enjoys learning about neuroception to enhance the safety, trust and comfort in how people connect with one another.
Donyell received her Master of Science Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Viterbo University. Donyell takes a person-centered approach and approaches individuals with unconditional positive regard. Donyell is committed to walking alongside and guiding you through your process of healing and self discovery while providing a safe, therapeutic environment. She uses an integrated approach that draws from several evidence-based modalities. I enjoy working with young adults, adults, and the 55+ community, providing individual, couples, or family therapy.
We Service: Sauk, Monroe, La Crosse and Columbia County
Kacey received her Master's in Social Work from Edinboro University in 2018 and has since provided psychosocial services for the Sauk County Comprehensive Community Services program. She currently provides service facilitation for youth, adults, and families enrolled in the CCS program. She believes in the wraparound, holistic approach CCS offers to work as a team to support you in achieving your goals and supporting your mental health.
Lindsey graduated with her masters degree in social work in December of 2020 from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. She is working toward her licensure with the goal of being a licensed clinical social worker. She works with mainly adults in the Sauk County CCS program as a full time service facilitator. In her free time she enjoys hiking, fishing and being outside.
Jordyn is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point with a Bachelor’s degree in Family Consumer Sciences- Family Life Education. Through her work history and studies, she has developed a passion for helping youth, adults and families to reach their highest potential and meet desired goals. Jordyn currently works with youth and adults providing service facilitation through the Sauk County Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, crafting and camping.
Mark is a retired school counselor who works with children and adults in the CCS program as a community or therapeutic mentor.
Jena earned her MSW from St. Mary's University. As a service facilitator, Jena enjoys working with adults and youth while believing in a collaborative approach and wrap around support. Jena has a background working in a CSP and 16 years in special education and early childhood education. When not at work, Jena enjoys being outdoors and spending time with family
Corina is a provider who works with adults and children as a community mentor in the CCS program. She enjoys family time, reading and UTV rides. She believes you are worthy of a life filled with joy and happiness.
Christina received her Bachelor of Psychology: Crisis Counseling, along with her Master’s in Human Services Counseling: Crisis Response and Trauma at Liberty University. Christina is passionate about helping others and has worked in the human services field for over 7 years, working with adults and youth. Christina is a travel enthusiast and enjoys spending time with family and being out in nature.
Tanner received my Master's Degree in Psychology in May of 2023. He enjoys working out, playing video games, and golfing. Currently, he is working toward my Substance Abuse Counselor license and will move on to obtaining my Doctorate in Psychology at some point in the near future.
Laura received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Human Development and Family Studies from UW-Stout in December 2019. Laura works with both children and adults as a service facilitator in the Sauk County CCS program. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. She believes in supporting others to find positive relationships throughout their lives to better their well-being. She believes in the holistic, wraparound, and collaborative approach that CCS offers to help youth, adults, and families achieve their goals.
Debby is a retired teacher who works with adults and children as a community mentor in the CCS program. She enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, and organizing.
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Karla Saylor is a secondary Spanish/English teacher who works with adults and children as a community mentor in the CCS program. She enjoys spending time with her four adult children, going on adventures with her husband, growing flowers, and spending time outside.
Olivia a CCS service facilitator servicing Sauk County and graduated from UW-River Falls in 2018 with a Bachelor's of Science degree in psychology. She believes in a holistic approach to mental health and am interested in studying how our mental health can affect our physical health. She also a 200-hour certified yoga instructor and has been teaching since March 2018.
Cole is a mentor through the CCS program who primarily works with adolescents. He received his Bachelor's of Science in Nursing at the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire. He is passionate about helping others succeed and grow, and enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, and canoeing.
Brigette graduated with her Masters in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Brigette works in the CCS program as a service facilitator, therapist and group facilitator. Brigette is passionate about DBT and utilizes a person-centered approach. She believes in being easy going and remaining curious, open and a strong advocate for the underdog in all of us, during each stage of recovery.
Lisa enjoys being outdoors and lives an active lifestyle! She grew up in New Lisbon and loves the area and small town atmosphere.