Lynn has been working with children, adults, couples, and families since 1998. She is trained in EMDR, the Stress Model, Cognitive/Behavioral as well as Narrative Attachment Therapy. In the past, Lynn has worked in a crisis nursery and residential treatment facility, and currently works as an in-home therapist for at-risk youth and in the outpatient setting providing therapy to both children and adults. Her continuing studies of stress management, psychological trauma, attachment, adoption issues and relationships allow Lynn to provide unique, client-centered treatment to a diverse population.
Josh has been working with children, adults, couples, families, and groups since 1997. He is trained in EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Brainspotting, HeartMath, the Stress Model, Ego States, Cognitive/Behavioral as well as Family Attachment Narrative Therapy. In the past, Josh has been an AODA counselor and created and directed an AODA day treatment center for high school students. Josh is currently an instructor of Psychology and Ethics at Waukesha County Technical College as well as an adjunct professor for the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare at UWM. He also works as a Clinical Specialist for New Vision Wilderness, a therapeutic outdoor program in Northern Wisconsin. His continuing studies of the brain, psychological trauma, attachment, relationships, and mindfulness allow Josh to individualize treatment for a wide range of clients.