Erika attended Adler School of Professional Psychology,
now Adler University, where she received a Master of
Arts degree in counseling psychology in April 2006.
In January of 2008, Erika received her license as a
professional counselor and in April of 2009 she received a substance abuse specialty authorization.
She started working in private practice after graduation
and began working part time at Lake Geneva Wellness
Clinic in June of 2008. Erika became the owner and
clinic director of Lake Geneva Wellness Clinic in 2011.
She has experience working with children, adolescents,
adults, and families. In addition to helping people with
a variety of emotional and mental wellness issues; she
specializes in helping individuals who struggle with
substance use disorders. She is a WPATH member and regularly works with people who are transgendered as well as their families. She believes that people can find freedom to be who they are, realize their potential, while making life as fulfilling and meaningful as possible.
Duanne received a Master inSocial Work from Michigan
State University in 1968. He has been licensed as a
Clinical Social Worker since February 6, 1995 when the state of Wisconsin first began licensing social workers. Mr. Lafrenz has training in parenting techniques, trauma
counseling, HIV counseling, Men’s issues, hypnosis, and grief therapy. Mr. Lafrenz has a psychodynamic basis to his understanding of client’s issues and needs. He has
found that building on a client’s strengths and positive relationships to be a very effective tool to help the client move into a better mode of living in the community and with himself/herself. Mr. Lafrenz has 40 years experience working with people individually, in family groups, and in group therapy. Duanne works comfortably with adults of any age,adolescents and children.
John Noyer is a licensed professional counselor who works with individuals, couples and families seeking to improve the quality of their lives and relationships. “I take a wellness approach to counseling, striving to help people discover, recognize and celebrate their strengths and competencies.” All of us experience problems in life. Some experience life as joyful and fulfilling while others struggle with depression and anxiety. The difference is usually not the type of problems we encounter but our often inaccurate perceptions and understandings as well as the process we try to use in solving those issues. A second important focus of my therapy addresses self care. We all pretty much understand how to care for our bodies to remain healthy but many do not understand how to effectively care for themselves emotionally and psychologically. We all need to be able to self sooth and heal emotional wounds. For most individuals who are willing to put in the effort and do the difficult work of learning about themselves psychotherapy does lead to significant improvements in their quality of life.”
Bob Barnett is a seasoned compassionate professional with 30 years of experience in working with individuals, couples, and organizations. He brings his experience and training in EMDR, trauma recovery,sexual abuse recovery, and counseling psychotherapy to help people get “unstuck” and find healing, hope, and freedom. In concert with his Masters of Arts in professional counseling (2015), he has a Master of Divinity degree and a Bachelor of Science in professional counseling (2015). As a former pastor Bob has over 25 years of pastoral counseling experience and wisdom. As a Licensed Professional Counselor he brings skills, knowledge, and proficiency in the latest and proven methodology. He is trained in EMDR, an evidence based method that helps people find freedom from PTSD,
disturbing thoughts, memories, and body sensations.
Bob is a certified Clinical Trauma Professional (IATP), as well as a certified Prepare-Enrich facilitator for couples counseling, and a certified facilitator in the Genesis Relapse Prevention Process. As a former U.S. Marine Bob welcomes opportunities to work with veterans, law enforcement personnel, other 1st Responders and their families. Bob works comfortably in providing counseling
for individuals, couples, teens, and families.
Ashlie received her Master’s degree in Counselor Education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in May 2017. She meets her clients with a compassionate, nonjudgmental disposition and admires the strides (large and small) clients take as they
engage in counseling. Ashlie has experience working with children, adolescents and adults in individual and group settings. She works with individuals who present with various, diverse concerns which may include anxiety/depressive symptoms, relationship conflicts, substance abuse, grief/loss experiences and other life transitions that lead to feelings of hopelessness and
discouragement. Ashlie adheres to the belief that the client is the expert on their life experiences and she offers coping skills and support while encouraging her clients to meet their therapeutic and wellness goals.
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