Meet The Team
  1. Amy Anderson
    Amy Anderson
    Provides services to adults and older adults in individual, group and couples therapy. Practice areas include: marital/relationship concerns, singles, same gender couples, sexual dysfunctions, mood and anxiety disorders, grief/loss issues, alcohol and drug abuse, and co-occurring disorders. Group therapy: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Recovery, Enhanced Alcohol and Drug Abuse Recovery, Opiate Recovery, and Borderline Personality Disorder. Practices at the Kenosha office.
  2. Keri Bachand
    Keri Bachand
    Recovery Coach
    Currently providing services to IVDA, Heroin, other opiates, and cocaine population. Whether they are using now or if used in their history. I am here to encourage and support them in finding, establishing and maintaining their own path of recovery. Currently practicing at the Kenosha office, but can also meet with peers in public settings.
  3. Nyles Jackson
    Nyles Jackson
    Genuineness, warmth, and empathy are three things synonymous with my therapy style. My job is to honor your story. I am here to help you make your life better. YOU identify the areas to address, and WE will work together to get you there. A favorite Japanese proverb of mine is, "Fall seven times, stand up eight." I hope to promote perseverance through difficult and challenging circumstance(s). I provide services to adults through individual, family, and group therapy. My practice areas include: co-occurring illness (mental health and substance abuse), self-esteem, depression, anxiety, stress, anger management, communication/interpersonal skills development, and LGBT issues. In addition to my therapeutic work, I have several years of experience in providing support to individuals facing workplace/employment problems. I have enjoyed being a member of Oakwood Clinical Associates clinical team since May 2008. Although I may serve you as your primary therapist, I have a wealth of knowledge at my disposal from my diverse and clinically talented colleagues, who inspire me daily. Practices at the Kenosha office.
  1. Michelle Matthews
    Michelle Matthews
    Now that you are searching for a therapist please know it is not a sign of weakness or brokenness, but rather a sign of strength, courage, and hope. Searching for the right therapist can be frustrating and time consuming. However, every therapist can not be the best fit for everyone. I have served children, teens, and adults in private practice since 2008. My practice areas include: depression, anxiety, trauma, adjustment disorders, anger, communication and relationship issues, ADD/ADHD, OCD, adolescent behaviors, caregiver stress, parenting struggles, workplace issues, guardianship/foster care placement, adoption issues, and grief and loss. Oakwood Clinical Associates consists of many professionals who each have many years of experience. It is a wonderful opportunity to consult with such knowledgeable, skilled, and ethical group of professionals. For more information about me or Oakwood please contact our helpful staff. Practices at the Kenosha office.
  2. Mike Wrzesinski
    Mike Wrzesinski
    Certified Peer Specialist, SAC-IT
    Provides recovery coaching, peer support and substance abuse counseling to individuals and families. Provides services at the Kenosha office
  1. Rachel Zito
    Rachel Zito
    Provides services to children, adolescents and adults in individual and family therapy. Practice areas include: parenting/family conflict issues, anger management, depression, social skills training, adolescent disruptive behavior and delinquency issues. Practices at the Kenosha office.
  2. Susan Schneider
    Susan Schneider
    Susan has been in practice as a psychotherapist since 1985. She believes in empowering the client by the client or family owning their strengths, developing new ones, and collaborating with them to find both relief and change. Using solution focus, cognitive/behavioral therapy, communication improvement and the faith base of the client, she has been honored to be part of thousands of clients' successes. She works with individuals, couples, and families. Specialty areas include: marital work, grief, working with cancer as the patient or the family, family work, depression and anxiety. Susan offers a wide range of hours for new clients. She welcomes any new referrals and says that the greatest compliment for her work is when a new client has been referred by another. Practices at the Kenosha office.
  3. Jeannie Seefeldt
    Jeannie Seefeldt
    Provides services to adolescents and adults in individual, group and family therapy. Practice areas include: alcohol and drug abuse. Group therapy: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Exploration, and Alcohol and Drug Abuse Life Skills Training. Practices at the Kenosha office.
  1. Wendy Trefz
    Wendy Trefz
    Therapy is a collaborative relationship focused on goals and solutions. Challenges present themselves to us in life and at times restrict us in our daily functions. We will collaborate to identify and perfect your skills, creating the change you are seeking. I have a long history working with adults, adolescents, and families in diverse settings that include in-home, schools, and corrections. This experience provides the insight to understand how our life challenges are impacted by the external settings we operate in. I am fortunate to practice in a professional setting that maintains a high standard for consultation, professional development, and ethical practice. This environment affords me the opportunity to collaborate, problem-solve and learn from others. Practices at the Kenosha and Paddock Lake offices.
  2. Dan Willman
    Dan Willman
    My approach to therapy is eclectic, but what I believe is most important is the therapeutic relationship. If you don't feel comfortable and relaxed, your healing and growth will feel more like work than a journey. I try to create an atmosphere tailored to your specific needs and desires. Whether you're seeking a guide, a teacher, or a director; I can fill that role and ensure you feel comfortable enough to ask for a change of pace. Seeking therapy can feel like an intimidating ordeal, I aim to make it a tranquil hike through nature. I am a marriage and family therapist who is able to provide therapy for individuals, couples, and families for a variety of topics. I am skilled in helping with relationships, anxiety, trauma, substance use, mood, depression, family, self-esteem, and co-occurring mental health issues. I am part of a group of associates who work together to provide our clients the best care we can. If you do not click with me or I believe your needs are better suited for a colleague, our staff can help you choose another therapist stress-free. Practices at the Kenosha office.
  3. Jennifer Lila
    Jennifer Lila
    Provides services to teenagers, adults, and veterans in individual and group therapy. I was honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps after serving my country for eight years. I provide a person-centered approach to therapy using HeartMath, Mindfulness, Eating Disorder Intuitive Therapy (EDIT)™, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques. My approach emphasizes on the mutual development of goals for therapy and ongoing evaluation of the therapeutic approach. Practice areas include: eating disorders, depression, anxiety, anger management, pain management, schizophrenia, trauma, alcohol and drug abuse, and co-occurring disorders (mental health and substance use). Practices at the Kenosha and Paddock Lake offices.