Caitlin Campbell, MS, LPC
Eau Claire Oakwood Mall Clinic Lead
Areas of Focus: Children, Adolescents, & Adults
I’m passionate about working individually with children, adolescents, and adults going through major life events or transitions. I encourage parents to be involved in their children’s treatment when possible and part of their positive change. By learning new coping strategies and seeking new perspectives through their experiences, I know people are capable of living healthier, happier, and more meaningful lives.
I strive to provide a safe, accepting, and warm environment to allow for self discovery, increased self awareness, and healing from the past. My areas of interest include treating ADHD, anxiety, depression,
conduct/disruptive behaviors, trauma, grief and loss,
low self esteem, and interpersonal distress.
Marie Miles, MS, LPC
Areas of Focus: Adults, Elderly, Women's Health
I have experience working with adults and elderly who are experiencing struggles in their everyday life. I am passionate about meeting the needs and wants of clients with a person-centered approach in order to reach their goals and ultimately improve their quality of life. By sharing thoughts, feelings, and meaningful life goals, I strive to empower individuals by assisting in nurturing their strengths and creating positive relaxation and coping skills to better their life.
Some interests include meaning making with everyday activities (sports, relaxation, mindfulness), acceptance and commitment, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, women's health, grief and loss. I am also trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and am currently working on my Perinatal Mental Health Certification (PMH-C).
Kiersten Buck, MS, LPC, SAC
Areas of Focus: Adolescents (ages 12+), & Adults
I am an empathetic and compassionate therapist who takes a person-centered and trauma- informed approach. This approach allows me to meet each and every client where they are at by providing a warm, safe, and supportive environment to explore thoughts, feelings, and experiences. I strive to empower my clients by aiding them in identifying and building off of current strengths while learning and implementing new healthy coping skills.
I have interest and experience working with adolescents (ages 12 and up) and adults who have been impacted by trauma, behavior challenges, anxiety, depression, addiction, PTSD, and life transitions. I am also a trauma certified therapist.
Kristen Cowell, MS, LPC
Areas of Focus: Children, Adolescents, & Adults
I have experience working with adults, children, and adolescents who are coping with the effects of trauma, anxiety, and depression. I believe in the power of family systems and, in many cases, family member involvement is encouraged. I am a compassionate therapist who utilizes cognitive behavior therapy and narrative therapy to help individuals overcome challenges and create the life they hope to live.
I have experience working with grief/loss, trauma, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and mindfulness. I teach the power of self regulation through incorporating present experience and past success.
Grace Grambort, MS, LPC-IT
Areas of Focus: Teens (16 and up) and Adults
I have experience working with teens (16 and up) and adults struggling with mental health concerns and those looking to improve their quality of life through individual therapy. I have additional training in treating addictions and eating disorders. I utilize cognitive-behavioral therapy and strive to be trauma-informed in every aspect of therapy to provide compassionate, empathetic, and evidenced-based support. I also value strongly the role of identity when understanding and treating mental health. I work to help my clients use insight and self-empowerment to better understand themselves and improve their lives.
I enjoy working with clients to manage and treat a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, trauma-related distress, eating disorders, addictions, identity development, interpersonal concerns, life transitions, grief, and loss.
I am under the supervision of Diane Garves, MA, LPC.
Lani Osicka, MS, LPC-IT
Areas of Focus: Teens (ages 12+) and Adults
I work with teens and adults facing a wide array of mental health issues, primarily: body image, eating disorders, trauma, addiction, relationships, grief/loss, mood and anxiety disorders. Whatever someone is going through, I encourage authentic expression and self-compassion. I am here to help clients gain insight, build strength, and find hope to endure the inevitably painful trials of life. My theoretical approach is eclectic based on client needs, however, is foundational in Interpersonal, Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioral, and Existential therapies.
I am under the supervision of Kathy Guilhas, MS, LPC.
Sarah Constantine, MSEd, LPC-IT
Areas of Focus: Adolescents, Young Adults,
Adults, & Trauma
I have experience working with adolescents, young adults, and adults who are facing life transitions and mental health challenges. My goal is to empower clients to live authentic and meaningful lives by overcoming barriers, exploring emotional needs, and building valuable social relationships. I strive to create a safe, empathetic environment to build impactful connections with clients through a person-centered, holistic, and strength-based approach.
I have a broad range of interests including trauma, depression, anxiety, barriers related to disability, self-esteem, identity development, mindfulness, women’s issues, adoption, and attachment concerns.
I am currently under the supervision of Jennifer Elkin, MS, LPC