David Byrne is a licensed clinical psychologist who provides psychotherapy, psychological assessment, and consultation. His specialties include mood difficulties, anxieties and fears, sexual and physical trauma, and marriage/relationship issues. He is especially interested in working with children and teenagers in the areas of school-related problems, ADHD evaluation and treatment and parent-child conflicts. Dr. Byrne is also available for speaking events and presentations (free of charge). He sees clients in Watertown.
Our locally-owned clinic is ready to provide confidential counseling for each stage of life.
Carol Erdman is a master’s level licensed clinical social worker and certified substance abuse counselor. She specializes in AODA, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder and survivors of abuse. Carol sees the potential that anyone can change and that sometimes that process is uncomfortable, but together, whether individually, in families and/or in groups, change is possible. Carol sees clients in Watertown and Jefferson.
Teresa Grimes provides medication evaluation and management services to adolescents and adults. She has extensive medical experience in outpatient, emergency room, and inpatient settings. She has spent over one thousand hours in study, attending Harvard psychiatry education seminars and working with area psychiatrists to gain additional expertise in the field. She sees clients in Watertown and Jefferson.
Roger Klein is the co-founder of Family Resources Associates, Inc. He is a licensed clinical and school psychologist providing evaluation for learning problems and ADHD, consultation and therapy. His specialties are working with depression and anxiety, child and adolescent issues and family therapy. He also has extensive experience providing therapy for traumatized children and their families.
Dr. Klein has worked as a public school teacher, therapist, school psychologist and clinical psychologist. He taught graduate courses for Aurora University, is on the teaching faculty of The National Institute for Trauma & Loss in Children and is the co-founder of Inner Coaching, a company that specializes in products and programs to help children deal with and conquer stress (www.innercoaching.com). Dr. Klein is a frequent presenter at local, state and national conferences and workshops. He is the co-author of the book; Ready, Set, R.E.L.A.X., A Research Based Program of Relaxation, Learning and Self-Esteem for Children as well as the book RELAX.calm, Helping Teens Manage Stress Through Relaxation & Imagery. He also contributed a chapter to the book Creative Interventions with Traumatized Children and is a consultant to the Healing Images for Children, a program designed to teach relaxation and imagery to children facing cancer and other serious illnesses. Roger sees clients in Watertown and Jefferson.
Amy Middleton is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a master level psychotherapist. She has experience working with families, couples, and individuals. She has experience working with adjustment issues, stress, trauma, grief, anxiety, depression, abuse, parenting issues, relationship issues, conflicts, medical issues, and other life challenges. Amy has extensive training and experience in hypnosis. Amy believes in treating the "whole" person: mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually and works regularly in coordination with the client's physician and/or resource people. Amy also has experience in mediation and has worked in both divorce and workplace disputes. She currently sees clients in Watertown.
Vicki Milbrath is a licensed professional counselor and a master level psychotherapist. Vicki specializes in grief and loss counseling. Other areas of counseling include, but are not limited to, adjustment disorder, depression, and anxiety. Vicki counsels individuals, couples, families, adolescents, adults, and children. She has training in critical incident stress management. Vicki sees clients in Watertown and Jefferson.
Leslie Ofner is a licensed clinical social worker and masters level psychotherapist. She has many years of experience working with adults and children of all ages. Leslie works with a variety of issues including anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, coping with life stressors, behavioral challenges, school problems and many more. She sees clients in Watertown.
Ryan Parys is a State of Wisconsin Licensed Professional Counselor. His specialties include working with children, adolescents, adults and families in times of crisis, as well as those who have experienced symptoms of Asperger’s Syndrome, reactive-attachment disorder, depression, anxiety, adjustment and mood disorders. Ryan has worked extensively with adoptive and foster families. Other areas of counseling include, but are not limited to, relationship and marriage issues, parenting stressors, abuse, addiction, anger control and career counseling. Ryan sees clients in Watertown and Jefferson.
Ryan has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and earned his Master of Science in Community Counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He performed his internship at Family Resources Associates, Inc. and obtained his clinical licensure experience at Rogers Memorial Hospital’s Child/Adolescent Inpatient Psychiatric Unit. Ryan has also worked extensively with troubled adolescents in a residential treatment setting at Lad Lake, Inc.
Amanda Donath is a licensed professional counselor and master level psychotherapist. She received her degree in Rehabilitation Psychology at UW-Madison, and is currently working to pursue her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at The Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology. She has previously worked with The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) assisting individuals and families experiencing disability, as well as providing services for individuals undergoing cancer treatment and mental health needs at Mercy Health Systems. Amanda has a passion for working with individuals who are experiencing disability related difficulties related to physical, mental health diagnosis, intellectual disabilities, or learning disabilities. She also works with individuals. Amanda provides services for adjustment issues, stress, depression and anxiety. Amanda works with adolescents, adults, as well as families. She sees clients in Watertown and Jefferson.
Michelle Leverence is a State of Wisconsin Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Professional Educator who provide children, adolescents, and adults with individual, couple, and family counseling. Her areas of specialty include issues related to coping with stress, conflict, adjustment, parenting, relationships, medical, school, trauma, grief, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, learning difficulties, attention deficit and hyperactivity. Michelle believes in the importance of a collaborative therapeutic relationship and focuses on supporting clients in self-discovery and empowerment. Michelle sees clients in Watertown and Jefferson.
Daniel Mertins is a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2012 with special training in depression recovery using the Dr. Nedley Depression Recovery Program. He has a Master of Science in Community Counseling from University of Wisconsin-Whitewater completed in 2012. Other areas of special interest include improving frontal lobe using lifestyle, exercise, cognitive behavior therapy, and solution focused therapy techniques. Prior to a career in counseling he spent 23 years working as a grower at Eberts’ Greenhouse Village. He received training using CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training) in 2016 and would love to help concerned significant others help get their loved ones into treatment for their substance misuse (see https://www.robertjmeyersphd.com/craft.html for a video of what CRAFT is). Daniel resides in Watertown, WI with his wife Sara and their 4 children. He sees clients in Watertown and Jefferson.
Courtney Quast, MS, NCC, LPC, SAC graduated from UW-Stout with a master's degree in K-12 Guidance and Counseling and attained her Community Counseling and Addictions Certificate from UW-Whitewater. Courtney has over 13 years of experience working with children and adolescents within the school system, as well as their families. Her areas of interest include treating all-aged individuals with anger control issues, substance use, trauma, attachment disorders, and mood, anxiety, eating, and adjustment disorders. She is dedicated to helping individuals overcome conflicts and to build healthy relationships with each other.
Audra Hoffman is a State of Wisconsin Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Audra has experience working with individuals, couples, families, adults and youth. Audra's primary areas of clinical interest and treatment are; depression, anxiety, couple/marriage counseling, relationship dynamics, life transitions, stress, parenting, trauma and grief. Audra sees clients in Watertown and Jefferson.
Janet Parker is an LCSW and Grief Specialist with over 25 years as a mental health clinician. Janet works with adults, couples, and children dealing with a wide variety of issues and symptoms. She is also specially trained to conduct 1:1 treatment sessions for older adults with dementia. “JP” primarily weaves Cognitive Behavioral Techniques (CBT) and Mindfulness Exercises into her therapy; with sessions that are, by design, highly-individualized, strength-based, compassionate, and collaborative. Janet is a firm believer that the exploration, problem-solving, and the courage needed for candor that accompany the challenging aspects of therapy (introspection, analysis, a willing-ness to change) can result in ever-lasting and meaningful rewards. And that “You can achieve a better, more-fulfilling, way to live. The way, I just bet, you wanted to live all along."
Kelly Enger is a licensed professional counselor and registered art therapist. She graduated with her Masters in Art therapy from Mount Mary University. Kelly has over 9 year of experience working with children, adolescents, and Families. Kelly has training in EMDR, TFCBT, and Motivational interviewing which are all evidence based therapies. Kelly enjoys providing therapy for children as young as 3 years old though young adults as well as family and parenting struggles. Some of the disorders that Kelly is trained to work with included but are not limited to trauma and abuse, adjustment disorders, Anxiety, behavioral disorders, and attachment. Kelly was a family and individual therapist for a children’s residential organization for 3 years. Kelly recently worked as a therapist for Children, adolescents, and parents proving individual and family counseling for Children’s Hospital Wisconsin Community Services in Kenosha for 5 years and then most recently was a clinical supervisor for CHWCS in Milwaukee.