Our licensed staff of psychologists, counselors, therapists and social workers welcome people of all ages, regardless of faith, culture or economic status. Each is specially trained in dealing with issues that affect the mental health and well-being of our community members. With compassion, respect and dignity, they will work with each person to empower them with the strength, tools and confidence they need to move forward in life and into the future.
During times of crisis or concern, you do not have to go through it alone. We are just a phone call away. To schedule a confidential appointment or for more information, please call us at 414-536-8333 or 800-291-4513.
Many of our therapists work out of our main office in Wauwatosa, but we also have satellite locations throughout the state. See our listing below.
If you belong to an organizaton that is looking for a speaker, please consider us! Our counselors and therapists are prepared to address organizations, church and school groups, or present at conferences or in-services for professional staff. We can speak on a wide variety of topics ranging from anxiety to bullying to addiction awareness and education. Contact us at 414-536-8333 for more information.
Therapists - Lutheran Counseling and Family Services of WI is currently looking for an individual with a Clinical Master's degree or Psychologist to provide mental health counseling. This person must have their 3000-hours completed for third-party billing. The positions available are part-time, but can move to full-time for the right person. Fax resume to 414-536-8348.
Openings are for the following areas:
Chilton, Wisconsin - Clinical therapist
"When a client is allowed to experience, accept, and become aware of all of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in a non-judgmental environment and feel safe doing it, that is when resistance and obstacles become less threatening and change can take place. Then when clients feel ready for change, I see myself as a fellow navigator or traveler with them on life's journey. By working collaboratively together, I help clients work towards the goals that they want to achieve in their life."
I believe in a no-nonsense approach to counseling. I am well versed in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in which we identify your goals and make it happen through honest discussion and practice. Because of my doctorate education through the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I know there are many ways to reach one's goal. We will try hand in hand to make satisfactory progress. I am an Elder with life experience. I enjoy working with children and adults. Life gives us many trials I am amazed by my client's resiliency and commitment to succeed.
I see counseling as a way for people to see healing and positive change in their lives, and I see my role as a therapist to facilitate and support the person working toward that goal. I am especially interested in the healing dynamic a person generates as he/she incrementally and actively increases positive events/actions in all spheres of life (cognitive, social, spiritual, physical, recreation etc.) Setting this dynamic in motion, we work collaboratively to design and carry out a plan that is best suited to the person uniquely and to the presenting issue specifically. This plan may include: cognitive restructuring, emotion processing skills, practicing relational assertiveness, reading books on the topic etc. I, personally, trust my Savior Jesus as I carry out this work with all people.
"I am a Marriage and Family Therapist where I enjoy working collaboratively with families, couples, and individually with adults and teens. My professional practice includes working with depression, anxiety, communication skills, emotional connections, stage of life concerns, and coping skills for stress at home or work. I believe therapy is a place to develop and achieve goals and remind ourselves of our strengths."
"I seek to combine a Christian approach toward family and individual counseling with current insights from the areas of psychology, religion, medicine and science. My particular passion is marital therapy, using a combination of Rational EmotiveTherapy and other counseling methods to strengthen the clients' personal motivation for change and growth."
"I approach therapy with children and families in a holistic way, looking at all aspects of the child, family or individual. I enjoy working with children, families and adults on many issues including mood and thought disorders (depression, anxiety, adjustment disorder), self esteem, grief, loss, parenting issues, postpartum depression and trauma."
"I hold a BA degree in Sociology from UWEC, an AAS degree in Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Counseling from Chippewa Valley Technical College and a Master's Degree in Guidance and Counseling Mental Health from UW Stout. I have been practicing since 2001 and have been very fortunate to be able to work with several different populations in many different modalities. I view my career as not only my helping and teaching others but also recognizing that the patient is teaching and helping me in return. That sharing to me is a huge gift that I will never take for granted. I specialize in working with adolescents and adults. Mood disorders, anxiety disorders and trauma are areas of interest for me."
Northern Wisconsin Area
Ron brings a vast background of leadership, knowledge and organizational expertise to LCFS. He and his wife, Beatrice, have deep roots and commitment to the Lutheran community. As members of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Brookfield, Ron has served the congregation as Chairman of the Building Committee for two expansions, Chairman and President of the Voters Assembly, and a former Director and Chairman of the Lutheran Home, Inc. Together, Ron and Bea received the Altenheim Award for their service to the Lutheran Home. Ron has also been active in a variety of Lutheran organizations including the Lutheran High School Association of Greater Milwaukee, Harwood Place, Concordia University Wisconsin, Martin Club, A Place of Refuge, and the Lutheran Home Foundation. In 2000, Ron was honored by Concordia University Wisconsin with their Christo ET Ecclestine Award for his years of service to the University and to the Lutheran community at large.
By trade, Ron was a Registered Electrical Designer and held a Master Electrician’s License. He spent over 57 years at Lemberg Electric Company, where he was owner and partner. Lemberg Electric is one of the largest electrical contractors in Wisconsin. Ron is also a past president of the National Electrical Contractors Association – Milwaukee Chapter, and he served on the Wisconsin Code Correlating Committee, working to implement the revised NFPA electrical code in Wisconsin. He also served as Chairman of the Electrical Apprenticeship Committee for over 30 years. In addition to serving as LCFS’ Chairman, Ron is presently a trustee to the Wisconsin Club and on the Club’s Board of the House Committee.
In addition to all this, Ron and Bea enjoy spending their time with their four daughters, seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren!
Lutheran Counseling and Family Services of Wisconsin is a non-profit social ministry organization. We rely heavily on the generosity and support of others. Any donations, gifts, bequests or volunteer assistance would be greatly appreciated and will help us to continue our mission and ministry to serve all who seek our assistance.