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Meet Our Health Professionals in Mukwonago

Mukwonago Psychology Group

123 Wolf Run, Suite 3

Mukwonago, WI 53149

Main Office: (262) 223-6125

referrals.lifespan@gmail.com

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Kimberly is a psychotherapist and nationally certified counselor who received her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Lakeland University, Sheboygan, WI, and her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ. She has worked in the behavioral health field for over ten years, and is the Director of Mukwonago Psychology Group, an affiliate of Life Span Psychological Services in Brookfield, WI. "My passion is to help those who seek behavioral and emotional changes, and to give hope during times when it may feel like no one understands or listens. Together, we can get through the hard things."
Kimberly works with adolescents and young adults specializing in suicidal ideation, self-harm, borderline personality disorder, anxiety and depression. She is an LGBTQ+ ally, an advocate for suicide awareness and committee chair for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Kimberly is a supporter of ESAs, and often brings her German Shepherd to work.
Additionally, Kimberly helps her patients understand their moods and emotions, process internal triggers and combat negative thought patterns. She tailors her approach to meet the unique needs of her patients and works closely with them to create a treatment plan for the best possible therapeutic outcome. Her goal is "to help adolescents find their way."

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TOU CHANG, M.A., LPC-IT*

My legal name is Tou (pronounced two), but I've been going by Chad for much of my adult life. I like helping young adults and kids figure life out. Growing up and even now, it has been difficult for me to balance the instability of life with whatever emotional turmoil comes with those challenges. Simply having someone to speak to and help you process through those frustrations is incredibly helpful. I didn't always have that person to talk to about my struggles and so I have made it my life goal to be that resource for everyone else!

Dealing with anxiety and depression, and simply having a safe space to cry and someone to encourage you in that moment, those are all things that I wanted help with and those are the things that I wish to provide to people who seek my services.

Reaching out to someone and asking for help is one of the most challenging things to do, but it is the first major step towards truly blossoming into who you are meant to be. It's a long process, but I'm willing to walk with you through it all if you're willing to let me. Reach out via email and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

*I offer telehealth!

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AMBER JAKUBEK, M.S., LPC-IT, SAC-IT*

I myself have once been where you are. I know how hard just taking that first step can be, to reaching out and finding someone that will help even when you feel like there may not be any help left. I have seen many family members and friends struggle with substance use and mental health. I will leave you with this, if you are willing to work on yourself, I'm your person to help you and work along with you to help you be the best you.

In practice I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Play therapy. I graduated with my Master's Degree from Concordia University and am currently a Licensed Professional Counselor in training (LPC-IT) and Substance Abuse Counselor in training (SAC-IT).

First hand, I have seen what wait lists look like for those needing therapy. Don't sit around waiting to hear back from someone else who has you on a waitlist, give me a call today and you won't have to wait months to be seen. I want to help you be the best version of you and love yourself.

*I offer telehealth!

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HANNAH RADKE, INTERN

I can help you through the messiness of life. Stress, anxiety, grief, fear, and uncertainty are just some of the many experiences that can knock any of us down and leave us wondering where to turn. No one should have to face life’s struggles alone. Counseling can help.

I believe in meeting clients where they are and providing a compassionate environment to generate well-being. Through drawing on your strengths, we can understand and process difficult emotions, gently confront and modify unhelpful negative ways of thinking, and engage in healthy coping skills and activities.

I understand how alone life can leave you feeling. From my own counseling journey to my professional experiences, I can attest that these feelings and circumstances do not have to persist. There is hope, and life does get better. I look forward to walking with you on your journey toward healing.

Specialties include: anxiety, depression, stress management, life transitions.

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