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During her graduate studies, Kate volunteered with Margaret Ann’s place where she was trained in grief therapy and co-facilitated grief groups. In addition, Kate also worked at Oconomowoc Developmental Training Center (ODTC), a residential facility of which cares for children and adolescents who are duly diagnosed with mental health and developmental disorders.
As an intern, Kate worked with Walworth County Health and Human Services where she met with clientele individually, facilitated parenting groups, children's behavioral groups as well as Intensive Outpatient groups for addiction recovery. She has also volunteered with women’s and children’s Horizons where she was trained to help victims of domestic abuse.
For several years, Kate worked closely with Kenosha County Department of Child and Family Services as an in-home therapist for adjudicated youth and their families. During this time, Kate’s focus was trauma, substance abuse and parenting. Kate also worked for Rogers Memorial Hospital where she gained experience as a therapist in, in-patient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization settings . Kate worked with children, adolescents, and adults in mental health, dual & addiction programs before working exclusively with children and adolescents in the day treatment program.
Kate currently works as a psychotherapist with KB Psychotherapy. Kate has worked extensively with children, adolescents and their families. She is trained in CBT, EMDR, DBT Motivational Interviewing, Person Centered, Active Parenting, and many more therapeutic modalities. Kate’s style is eclectic; she will incorporate different therapeutic modalities in order to address the unique needs of her clients. However, Kate feels that EMDR is the most effective therapeutic method available.
I believe it is a privilege to work with my clients.
It is my goal to provide all of my clients with personalized, unbiased and supportive care.
Sarah is open to seeing adults of all different walks of life. She believes strongly in the therapeutic process because she has seen it work first hand. Sarah feels that compassion is the bedrock upon which a good dynamic for change is established.
Sarah has worked in the fields of mental health and addiction since 2013 when she first started her internship at the United Community Center where her supervisor commented that she has a very "charismatic" style. Sarah graduated from Marquette University with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and French and received her master's from Springfield College in Milwaukee.
Sarah uses cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy and positive psychology which is a strengths-based model. Sarah likes to draw upon clients' spiritual lives to enhance the change process, incorporating Christian or easern traditions. Mindfulness and affirmations are often-utilized tools of hers.
Do you ever feel stuck in life? Unresolved things from the past prevent you from being in the present? The road to wholeness does not have to be travelled alone.
Holly Kegel, LPC, NCC who enjoys facilitating wholeness in order to move forward in life while putting the past behind.
Holly graduated from University of Wisconsin LaCrosse, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Recreation Therapy. Later she earned a Master of Education Degree in Agency Counseling from Whitworth University, Spokane, Washington.
Holly uses a variety of approaches to treat trauma, anxiety, depression and other life’s challenges by using Brainspotting (BSP), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Solution Focused Behavior Therapy as applicable to client needs.
Holly works with ages 3 on up teaching the following skills: coping,
Holly welcomes children, adolescents, teens, adults, singles and couples to increase their quality of life.
About Dr. Tim Caufield
Dr. Tim has been a licensed psychologist in Wisconsin since 1988.
Early in his career, Dr. Tim was also a certified school psychologist, and has extensive experience in caring for children, teens, adults, and older adults and their families. Dr. Time helped this population to resolve problems with anger, anxiety, alcohol/drug abuse, depression, learning and academic problems, and attention problems;
Dr. Tim also worked frequently with military and former military clients. This emphasized a focus in post-traumatic stress disorders, workplace violence and prevention, and with emergency services personnel.
Dr. Tim has been a member of the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology since 1994, and am a member of the American Psychological Association.