Sheng Lee Yang, MSW, LCSW
Sheng is a first-generation immigrant who arrived in the U.S. as a refugee at a young age and has remained a resident of Wisconsin ever since. Today, she is a practicing Licensed Clinical Social Worker, President and Executive Director for Us 2 Behavioral Health Care. Additionally, she teaches graduate-level courses in Clinical Mental Health and Diversity & Inclusion, and more importantly, is a proud mother of two young girls. Her previous professional experiences include direct care and leadership positions in public, private, government and nonprofit institutions. Her personal and professional experiences helped cultivate a vision to integrate social justice and cultural humility into mental health. On September 3rd, 2019, Us 2 Behavioral Health, led by Sheng, opened its doors with a mission to advance health equity by removing barriers and creating an inclusive community where people can reach their full potential.
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Jodi Hage, APSW
I am a clinical therapist licensed as an Advanced Practice Social Worker working with clients ages 4 and older. My therapy approach is taken from a variety of therapeutic modalities as no two clients have the same needs. I use cognitive behavioral techniques most often and enjoy using an informal style of therapy as having the client feel comfortable is a priority.
I earned my Bachelor’s in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point and my Master in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family and watching my children play sports. I love creative projects, gardening, baking, and enjoy snuggling and playing with my dogs.
Kinsey Pierre, APSW
I am a clinical therapist licensed in Wisconsin as an Advanced Practice Social Worker. I work with individuals ages 10 and older, and also couples. In therapy, I focus on each individual person’s needs, strengths, and preferences as I tailor my therapeutic approach. Approaches I frequently use include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), solution focused approaches, and motivational interviewing. I am also trained in Brain Spotting, a treatment modality effective with trauma-based situations, and certified in substance abuse treatment.
I have a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Human Development and a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay with 10 years of human services experience.
I was born and raised in Western Wisconsin and have lived in the Fox Valley for the past 12 years. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, traveling, practicing yoga, reading, gardening, camping, and biking.
Nhia Moua, APSW
Nyob Zoo! I am a bilingual Hmong clinical therapist. My therapy approaches include person-centered therapy, narrative therapy and mindfulness. I believe in bringing hope and healing by meeting people at their level.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and a Master of Social Work from the University of Wisconsin Madison.
In my free time, I volunteer in the community to support minority groups and am an active member at my local church. I enjoy a lifestyle that incorporates my personal and professional beliefs.