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Jean Daute, MS, LPC, CSAC, MAC, ICS, Clinical Director

Jean has worked in the substance abuse and mental health fields for over 30 years.  She has extensive experience working with individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse issues. She started her career working with adolescents and their families.  She also has knowledge and experience working with the LGBTQI population. Jean is trained in EMDR and Brainspotting in assisting individuals with PTSD & trauma. Jean has been an Adjunct Instructor at Concordia University since 2008 in the Graduate Counselor Education Programs. Additionally, she supervises new counselors in getting their post-graduate hours. She has been a presenter for the UW Continuing Education for the Substance Use Disorders Certificate Program. Jean feels that developing the relationship with a client happens through truly listening, and is the most important element for emotional, physical and spiritual change.

Angie Rademaker, MS, LPC, SUD

Angie is a Licensed Professional Counselor who earned her Masters Degree in Counseling and Personnel Services from the University of Memphis and her Bachelors of Science in Psychology. She believes in the process of recovery and enjoys helping clients to live their lives to the fullest. She is trained in Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Her focus in treatment is on trauma, relationships, family systems, and alcohol and drug work through a strengths-based, nonjudgmental approach. She sees school-aged children, adolescents, and all adults. Angie is also trained in Brainspotting.

Stephanie Spieker, MS, LMFT

Stephanie completed a master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and works with families, couples, adults, and children.  She has been trained to see how surrounding systems and relationship dynamics impact an individual.  Stephanie has spent most of her career assisting individuals and families who have experienced sudden changes in their lives and/or trauma.  She has also worked with adolescents and teens who are building their self-esteem and identity.  She has assisted many families in the process of building emotional connections and a sense of collaboration while helping each family member ask for what they need in a healthy way.  Stephanie believes that every person is the expert in their own experience and contains innate resilience and the seeds of the solutions they seek. She teaches the elements of mindfulness as she uses other types of therapy, such as cognitive-behavioral, narrative, and dialectical behavior therapy, as well as experiential, structural and family systems therapy.

Carrie Stewart, MS, LPC, CSAC, CCTP

Carrie Stewart holds a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. She is also a Brainspotting Practitioner. Her experience includes providing individual, couples and group therapy for adults and adolescents. Carrie specializes in treating mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, substance/behavioral addictions, relationship issues and trauma. She is fluent in mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing as well. Using a holistic, Rogerian-based approach, Carrie helps clients to heal from trauma, recover from addiction and manage mental illness effectively so that they can live happy and productive lives.

Schaynna Olund, MS, LMFT, SAC-IT

 Schaynna is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Substance Abuse Counselor in the state of Wisconsin. She received her MFT from Edgewood College. She has worked in various professions geared towards ending stigma on mental health all over WI and providing a safe place for people to find their own strengths. She focuses on modeling healthy communication and supportive behaviors to address challenges that clients face. She works with clients on developing goals and strategies to improve daily functioning. She takes a systemic approach from many theories to address the needs of her clients. She has experience working with children, families, and couples. She also owned a daycare for many years, where she developed the passion to work with children with trauma and other mental health disorders. She uses a client centered approach and trauma informed care, while being culturally responsive to encourage redescription, allowing children, parents, and couples to re-author their lives into their preferred future! 


Sid Boersma, LCSW, PhD

Sid received his BSW from UW Whitewater, MSSW from UW Madison and Ph.D from Newburgh Seminary in Indiana.  He has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 1984.  Sid has worked as a therapist at a number of agencies and clinics to include Children’s Service Society, Dane County, the Department of Defense, the Department of Veteran Affairs and the Red Cross.  Sid specializes in Dialectical and Cognitive Behavior, EMDR, Brain Spotting and substance use disorder. He enjoys working with Adults, Couples, Families and Children, and Veterans.  Sid is a US Army Vietnam Era Veteran, a father, grandpa, licensed realtor, and a musician. 

Moira O'Brien, MSW, APSW 

Moira earned her Master in Social Work from the University of Denver. She believes strongly in the value and worth of each person and has been trained to consider the impact of the environment, relationships, and structural systems on an individual. She seeks to help clients leverage their individual strengths to achieve their goals using clinical techniques of motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused brief therapy, and person-centered theory, and is trained in Brainspotting Phase One. Moira is experienced in individual work with adolescents, teens, and adults on issues of anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, grief, self-esteem, increasing one’s supports and resources, and managing relationships. 

Sarah Quamme, MS, LPC-IT

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor in training who received her degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Wisconsin Parkside. She is experienced in providing individual and group counseling services for children, adolescents, and adults. Sarah has worked with clients experiencing symptoms of Anxiety and Depression, as well as with individuals who have experienced trauma. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Person-Centered Therapy to help her clients recognize and grow into their potential. She emphasizes building a trusting relationship with her clients as well as providing her clients with a space where they can feel comfortable to share and reflect on their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Sarah studied Spanish for many years and is more confident in understanding Spanish as opposed to speaking Spanish. 

Kaia Fowler, MS, LPC-IT

Kaia attained a Master of Science in Counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She is licensed as a professional counselor in training. Kaia has clinical experience working with children, teens, and adults across the lifespan—including older adults, and neurodivergent people. She provides trauma-informed care from a position of reverence for cultural diversity. A trained Brainspotting practitioner, Kaia supports people living with grief, trauma, pain, illness, depression, anxiety, negative body image, low self-worth, creative blocks, high sensitivity, perfectionism, procrastination, and other concerns as they move beyond coping to flourishing. A music artist, poet, and Reiki Master as well as a psychotherapist, Kaia integrates expressive arts therapy, mindfulness, narrative therapy, somatic experiencing, play, and other holistic approaches based on client preferences. She is also Motivational Interviewing (MI) certified. By setting the stage and providing a safe space for exploration, Kaia supports children, teens, adults, and families as they create their own experiences of healing and transformation!

Lynn Grenie-Poirier, BA, MSW 

Lynn completed her master's degree in clinical social work at Florida State University and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh.  She appreciates the uniqueness of every individual and works with clients to recognize their personal strengths and potential for change. Through collaboration, she assists clients in working through struggles and making positive changes.  Lynn uses Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Brief Solution-Focused Therapy modalities in her work. She has been trained in Cultural Competence, Trauma-Informed Care, and Suicide Prevention.  Her experience includes working with women with substance use issues and individuals struggling with mental health concerns. Lynn comes from a place of empathy, compassion, respect, and understanding. With a focus on mental wellness, Lynn believes building a trusting and nonjudgmental relationship is essential when working with others. She is comfortable with clients, ages birth and up and is here to support you on your journey of hope, healing, and happiness. 

Keri Austin, Licensed Massage Therapist, Reiki Master
Keri has always been interested in energy work and the possibility of healing. After a 20-year career in a corporate environment, Keri felt it was time for a big change. After taking personal growth & development training at Landmark in Chicago, she learned more about herself and what her life goals were. This led to her enrolling in TIBIA Massage School in Madison, where she earned her certification and has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for the last three years. Meeting others in the field opened Keri up to all kinds of modalities in natural healing. Keri took additional training to became a Reiki Master, studied intuitive energy work and the extraordinary healing benefits of Essentials Oils. Keri feels she has found her life calling and absolutely loves what she does!!

Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255
Veterans Suicide Hotline: 800-273-8255
Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233

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