Hello! I’m Gloria and I take a holistic approach to health, wellness, and recovery. My goal is to partner with you to help you take ownership of your recovery journey and empower you on your road to healing. I believe every client is a unique individual, and therefore I tailor our time and work together to meet your unique needs. I am particularly passionate about helping clients caught in the cycles of codependency, whether from a partner, parent, or child’s destructive behavior. I also see clients for a variety of other mental health concerns including: anxiety, depression, relationship issues, family dynamics/family concerns, parenting, coping skills, life transitions, shame, grief and loss, trauma, anger, and adjustment issues. I see individuals, couples, and families at our Fox Cities and Oshkosh offices.
I like to meet clients where they are at. If they seek support and understanding, I offer them a listening ear. If they seek direction and coaching, I offer them guidance. If they seek to include the comfort and insight of their spirituality and faith, I welcome the opportunity to walk with them. My hope is that our time together brings healing, hope and empowerment for each of the clients that I’m privileged to serve.I work with adults, couples, families and adolescents. I utilize mindfulness, mental health awareness, and proven therapeutic techniques to help my clients find the peace and wholeness they seek. Anxiety, depression, loss and grief, anger management and ADHD are among the many issues I address with clients. I see clients in our Fox Cities and Oshkosh offices.
I am a licensed marriage and family therapist and a Wisconsin-licensed and nationally board certified art therapist. I specialize in work with children, adolescents and their families and adults. I am trained in the use of Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR), a healing resource that supports clients healing from trauma. I enjoy working with clients with a variety of mental health concerns including behavioral issues, parenting, bipolar disorder, abuse, pain management, relationships, marriage, among many others. I have been with Samaritan Counseling Center since 1999 and serve clients at our Menasha office.
I am a mental health and substance abuse therapist. My therapeutic approach focuses on healing the mind, body, and spirit. Therapy is a collaborative process in which my clients and I seek to better understand obstacles interfering with overall well-being. Together, we focus on their strengths, abilities, talents and resources — promoting the positive. I additionally integrate proven therapeutic techniques within a supportive environment so clients can attain their personal goals. I enjoy working with children, adolescents, adults and families for a variety of mental health concerns, including the following — among many others: depression, anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders, adjustment, trauma, anger management and relationship difficulties. I not only see clients in our Menasha office, but also works with Samaritan’s resident therapists as their training coordinator.
Hello! I’m Missy, and I am a resident mental health therapist. I believe it’s important to get to know and understand my clients and the environment in which they live, work and play in order to help them address concerns and bring about healing. I additionally enjoy working collaboratively with clients to help them identify and use their strengths to overcome the difficulty and challenges that they are facing. I work with children, adolescents and adults experiencing a variety of mental health concerns including: anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, life transitions and relationship difficulties. I serve clients in our Menasha and New London locations.
My passion is supporting individuals using a relational focus, because I believe that we are always making new bonds and creating families. I am a licensed marriage and family therapist that uses a systematic approach to help grow and heal families, couples and individuals recovering from trauma, anger, domestic violence, and many other struggles. I enjoy walking with clients on their healing journey, offering new perspectives, support, flexibility, humor, empathy and positivity as we work together to bring hope and resilience to their lives. I am trained in a wide variety of therapeutic services, including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). I serve clients age 5 and up in our New London and Menasha locations.
I look forward to meeting new clients and working with you to find healing from anxiety and depression. I have over 20 years of experience and enjoy working with marriage concerns, parenting challenges, finding creative solutions to family conflict, and helping individuals increase their confidence and faith in themselves. I am a person of faith and open to hearing how your sense of spirituality might give a spark of hope to your healing journey. Finally, I believe humor and imagination are powerful tools to make our lives better and hope we can make this journey to wholeness a creative endeavor we will enjoy together.
Every life is a story…Like any good book, the protagonist faces plot twists and unforeseen events. When the plot twists and the unexpected events come to your own story, they can become difficult to overcome. I strive to work collaboratively with my clients wherever they are in their narrative, to foster healing and overall wellness of mind, body, and spirit for future chapters.
I use a strengths-based, person-centered approach to help those I serve overcome their challenges and reach their personal goals. I enjoy working with children ages 12 and up, adolescents, adults, couples and families on a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship concerns, grief and loss, among others. I see clients in our Menasha and Oshkosh offices.
When walking toward goals in life, individuals, couples and families often encounter challenges that can be difficult to manage and that create conflict. I enjoy collaboratively working with my clients to develop coping skills and tools to be more successful in meeting their goals. I seek first to understand each unique person and their desires from counseling. If my client seeks to integrate their spirituality and faith into the counseling process, I welcome the opportunity. I am a bilingual English and Spanish therapist and serve children, adolescents, adults, couples and families facing concerns with depression, anxiety, anger management, behavioral problems, cultural adjustment, mindfulness, trauma and borderline personality disorder.
Counseling children and adolescents is a continuation of my life journey. I am a former teacher with more than 30 years’ experience working with youth of all ages and abilities. I believe all young people should be respected for their strengths and their inborn potential for growth and change. I work collaboratively with my young clients, and their parents, to build on the strengths of both to create positive change. I use a variety of therapy methods and am trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy. I work with children and teens facing a variety of challenges including: ADHD, autism, developmental disabilities, adoption, behavior issues, grief and loss, trauma, anxiety and depression. I work in our Kaukauna and Menasha locations.
As an experienced licensed clinical social worker, I work with people who have both mental health and substance use concerns. I enjoy collaborating with my clients as we identify their strengths and concerns and as we move together toward achieving their counseling and personal goals. I work with children – ages 8 and up, adolescents and adults dealing with a variety of challenges including relationship issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, behavioral problems, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, substance abuse, and compulsive gambling. I see clients in the Menasha and New London offices.
I am a licensed professional counselor and the executive director for Samaritan Counseling Center. I serve a limited number of clients in the Fox Cities and Oshkosh. I work with children, adolescents and adults, with a special eye for a client’s cultural diversity. I offer counseling in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Hola! My name is Catalina and I am a bilingual resident therapist. I speak English and Spanish fluently. I am working on Portuguese as well. In the therapeutic process, it is a team effort between my client and I to work together to attain their goals. My focus is bringing about positive healing environment for my client to overcome their adversity. I work with adults who struggle with abuse, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, depression, anger management, relationship issues, and alcohol and drug dependency. I utilize various therapeutic techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and mindfulness. I will be seeing clients at the Menasha and the Kaukauna location.
I understand that life happens and everyone has their struggles. There is no shame in asking for help from others.
¡Hola! Mi nombre es Catalina y soy una terapista bilingue. Hablo inglés y español. También estoy aprendiendo hablar en portugués. En el proceso terapéutico, es un esfuerzo de equipo entre mi cliente y yo para trabajar juntos para alcanzar sus metas. Mi enfoque es crear un entorno de curación positivo para que mi cliente supere su adversidad. Trabajo con adultos que luchan con el abuso, la ansiedad, la depresión, control del enojo, las problemas de relación y la dependencia del alcohol y las drogas. Utilizo varias técnicas terapéuticas como la terapia cognitivo-conductual, la terapia conductual dialéctica y la atención plena. Veré clientes en Menasha y en Kaukauna.
Entiendo cosas pasan en la vida y cada uno tiene sus luchas. No hay ninguna vergüenza en pedir ayuda a los demás.
Here at Samaritan we provide experience and education for therapists in training. You have the option to meet with our intern therapist, Kay Powers BSW, CSW, who is currently completing her Master’s degree. Outside of her Master’s program, Kay has been a working professional with extensive experience working closely with youth and families.
Kay honors the inherent dignity and worth of each individual, supporting client self-determination as she helps clients find their voice. Her strengths-based approach empowers clients to explore outside-of-the-box solutions to facilitate their recovery, healing and growth. Kay’s background includes working with children, adults and families through the county Child Protective Services and Juvenile Justice, in addition to youth focused non-profits. Kay works with clients with a variety of mental health concerns, coming from different backgrounds and all walks of life.
Kay sees adolescent and adult clients, six years old and up, at our Menasha location. She accepts full pay, Samaritan Fund or Project Open Door clients. Kay cannot take clients with Medicare.
Our counseling program is supported by United Way.