Professional Counseling & Consulting Services
These are incredible, indescribable, strange, and confusing times
but we fully believe that we will grow as more collective communities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted and continues to shift the ways in which we interact with each other and the world around us. While we will not know the true impact for years to come, we recognize that it can be summed up quite profoundly: Existential Trauma.
As trauma therapists, we are dedicated to navigating these times alongside you and are committed to providing you with the highest quality therapy and resources. If you are uninsured or under-insured, we have a team of Interns from UW-Oshkosh (see below) that are on-deck, ready to work with you or your loved ones at no charge. These interns are ready to support you for single sessions or a number of sessions; we will work to meet your needs. We are also continually assessing the need for small group sessions and large-group sessions.
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Collaborative Wellness works with area Universities, specifically UW-Oshkosh, to provide on-site internship training. By doing this, we offer our clients a unique opportunity to engage in student learning, and offer Masters-Level Clinical Counseling students an opportunity to be on-site. Please know that an intern's involvement in your care is optional. We respect your right to choose your clinician(s).
We practice from trauma-informed and neuroscience perspectives and utilize a range of therapies such as EMDR, brainspotting, art/play therapies, marriage & family therapy and groups...all aimed to meet individualized goals. We have independent training in topics such as sex therapy, LGBTQ+-, alcohol and other drug use, dissociation and trauma. We work with anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, adjustment disorders, behavior, and other 'generalized' areas of concern.