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Applies a culture-first approach to trauma informed care
Heals with a holistic treatment plan
Builds personal resiliency
Empowers people to be experts in their own lives
Meet Our Therapists
Sheng Lee Yang
I am a bilingual Hmong and English therapist with experience in co-occurring diagnoses. I enjoy working with people from all ethnicity, age groups and walks of life. My counseling style is warm, interactive, and compassionate. My therapy style is a combination of cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, psycho-dynamic and rational-emotive techniques. I tailor dialog and treatment plans to meet my client's unique needs.
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I currently work with individuals ages 10+ and couples. In therapy, I focus on each individual person’s needs, strengths and preferences. I frequently use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), solution-focused approaches, and motivational interviewing. I am trained in Brain Spotting, a treatment modality effective in trauma, and certificated in substance abuse treatment.
I was born and raised in Western Wisconsin and have been living 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.
I work with clients of all ages and backgrounds. My counseling approach includes strengths-based and person-in-environment while applying cognitive-behavioral therapy. I believe that therapy is centered in rewriting narratives, empowerment and advocacy.
My education is rooted in Psychology, Spanish and Social Work. I have broad cultural experiences having lived in 24 countries and studied in South Africa and Spain. My professional experiences include refugee resettlement, refugee family reunification, psychotherapy, AODA treatment, domestic abuse and child bereavement in a variety of settings such as community centers, bereaved children camps and international rape crises centers.
I am a trained LGBTQ+ safe ally and passionately advocate for this community.
I work with clients 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. My therapy style is informal and strive to ensure the client feels comfortable.
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, you can find me 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.
Sadie Cheyenne Wilson
Accepting New Clients
She·kú/Hello! I am a recent graduate of Lakeland University’s Master of Arts in Counseling program and previously served at Oneida Behavioral Health where I was able to work closely with the local Native American population. I myself am an enrolled member of Oneida Nation and have been an engaged member of the tribal community for years. Because the term psychotherapist literally translates into “soul healer,” I believe in approaching therapy from a stance where the body, mind and soul are given a chance to heal simultaneously.
In addition to frequently using a mixture of person-centered, humanistic and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), I am also certified to practice Reiki. Reiki is a Japanese energy healing approach that aims to reduce stress and promote relaxation. Because Reiki raises the vibratory level in and around the body where negative thoughts and feelings are stored, the negative energy is forced to break apart and fall away. Thus, Reiki clears, straightens and heals energy pathways.
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