Integrated Family Care Clinic
Psychologist Cheryl Roets believes that physical health and emotional wellbeing are interrelated. Her professional goal is to help individuals and families care for themselves in ways that help them live better physically and emotionally. “I enjoy working with individuals of all ages, from the very young to the elderly.” Cheryl primarily uses evidenced based cognitive-behavioral treatment to assist patients in achieving their overall health goals.
Cheryl has enjoyed living in Jefferson County for more than twenty years. “I have four children that are young adults, including twin sons. We enjoy biking, swimming, kayaking and ping pong.”
Fort HealthCare Behavioral Health services are here for you and your family when you need help. Our convenient integrated care model provides an outpatient program of assessment, counseling and treatment that is available to help you and those you care about work through mental illness, behavioral issues and find ongoing behavioral health care when needed.
This program will provide more immediate, solution-focused strategies to address behavioral health needs, offer continued access to psychiatric services and improved communication and coordination of care between primary care clinicians, mental healthcare providers and agencies. Most important, we believe this program offers improved overall health for our patients by delivering preventive and acute behavioral health care in the most effective manner.
Cheryl Roets, PhD, is providing psychology services at our Integrated Family Care clinic in Fort Atkinson.