Katie Huskey, LCSW, Owner
New Clients: Please email to inquire about availability.
Hours: M-Th by appointment only
Living through a traumatic event is a life-defining moment but we all have the choice on how that moment defines us.
My own personal experience with trauma has started me on a lifelong journey to help others who have survived their own traumatic event and want to move forward and thrive in their lives. I’ve sought help from a counselor, applied many of the principles and techniques I know advocate, and surrounded myself with loving and supportive people.
This journey has helped me find my purpose as a trauma counselor and deciding to focus on helping others who have experienced their own trauma learn to thrive again.
Specifically leading me to be a sexual assault and domestic violence advocate as I worked towards completing my Masters in Social Work.
As a Psychotherapist and Certified Trauma Professional, I help individuals gain a better connection to the skills and strength they inherently have. Together we work towards bringing those amazing qualities out of them so they can thrive.
Using clinically tested and evidenced-based interventions, I focus on you and where you're currently at. I work with you on helping regain your confidence in yourself, getting your power back, and making sure you can live your best life without the past holding you back.
I take a whole person, holistic approach to healing using a range of techniques and practices to ensure the most effective path to healing for you. No two journeys are the same, therefore I combine elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness and relaxation techniques, Reprocessing strategies, Solution-focused, and strengths-based approaches.
I love being outdoors and enjoying all of the great places to explore in the Fox Valley and Wisconsin. Whether it's a hike with my kids or sitting by the water, I try to be outdoors as much as I can.
From photography to painting, I love being able to express my creative side whenever I can. When I can't be creative I enjoy getting lost in the melodies of some old school R&B or jam out to Paramore, Lady Gaga, and Halestrom.
Cooking is a big passion of mine and I love a great home cooked dinner with my family. From Eggs Benedict to Beef Wellington I love trying any recipe!
Rochelle is now accepting new clients.
She can accept Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), Cigna, Prairie States, Aetna, Health Partners/Robin Health, straight Medicaid, and cash pay clients.
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Rochelle Gentele, LPC-IT
Life is a journey of self discovery that at times can be painful, challenging and confusing. I'm here to help guide you through these times and towards a more fulfilling life.
I am a licensed professional counselor in training, (LPC-IT). I have experienced trauma and life struggles that led me to seek counseling myself. Therefore, I know firsthand that the counseling process can work when one is patient with the process and themselves.
It's very important to me to tailor my counseling style to each client's individual needs. Thus, my counseling style is eclectic. I am passionate about assisting clients to better their mental health while working towards continued personal growth.
In my free time I enjoy photography, scrapbooking, traveling, reading, and spending time at the beach. I have a deep love for animals and have three cats that keep me busy.
Garrett is now accepting new clients.
He can accept United Healthcare, United Healthcare Community Plan, UMR, All Savers and cash pay clients.
Garrett Ellis, MSE, LPC
As a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with a background in the mental health counseling field since 2018 and a master's degree obtained in 2021, I bring a wealth of experience and a deep commitment to providing culturally aware and sensitive mental health treatment to clients in our community. Throughout my professional journey, I have actively worked to unpack my own privilege in society and continuously strive to cultivate a practice that values and respects the unique experiences and identities of every individual I work with.
With a focus on working with adults and adolescents, I firmly believe that building relationships with clients should be based on equality, mutual respect, and solidarity. I approach therapy with a genuine appreciation for people's stories, recognizing that these stories hold power and add meaning to the world we live in. I view therapy as a collaborative journey towards wellness, walking alongside my clients as we explore the difficulties they face and discover enrichment and hope together.
My therapeutic approach is grounded in empathy, active listening, and a strengths-based perspective. I believe that each person possesses inherent strengths and resilience that can be harnessed to overcome challenges and foster personal growth. I strive to create a safe and non-judgmental space where clients can freely express themselves, feel heard, and develop a deeper understanding of their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.
I bring authenticity and unconditional acceptance to guide my clients in opening them to their deeper potential selves. Additionally, I focus on building our therapeutic alliance to bring a secure, collaborative relationship. A secure, safe relationship provides a shift in our brains from a "flight or fight" mode to a more reflective, insightful mind.
It is both an honor and a privilege to walk alongside individuals on their therapeutic journey. I am committed to creating a compassionate and supportive therapeutic environment where we can collaboratively explore challenges, uncover strengths, and work towards a more fulfilling and empowered life. Together, we can embark on this transformative journey of healing, growth, and holistic well-being.
Beans is my little fur baby, cuddle bug, and blanket thief. I am a crazy dog mom and super proud of it.
She absolutely loves bananas and carrots and will bug you incessantly if she knows you have them.
I'm hoping to train her as a therapy dog so she just might be in your next session.