BS in Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
MS in Education, Counseling and Guidance, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Substance Abuse Counselor
Nancy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Substance Abuse Counselor with extensive experience providing mental health care. She specializes in treating anxiety, mood problems, life transitions, and families affected by alcoholism or mental illness. She has specialized training and experience working with individuals overcoming eating disorders and addictions. Nancy has completed certification level training in Motivational Interviewing and training of mindfulness techniques in psychotherapy.
“I am interested in helping individuals overcome obstacles in emotional experiences, thinking or behaviors that keep them from living the life they desire to live. I hope that my patients will feel heard, understood, and helped.”
“I have been a long time resident of Jefferson County and look forward to serving the Behavioral Health needs of individuals in the area. I am drawn to help serve those in need in my own community.” When not at work, Nancy enjoys reading, walking, visiting area parks, and bird watching. “I also enjoy involvement in local poetry events.”
Working as a team, an Integrated Behavioral Health Provider (IBHP) and your Primary Care Provider (PCP) consider the physical, behavioral, social and emotional aspects of your health and help you determine a course of action that will work best for you.
Fort HealthCare’s IBHPs are psychologists or licensed clinical social workers that understand the connection between the mind, body and spirit, as well as the impact of these areas on a person’s health. They can help you and your PCP develop treatment plans for smoking cessation, unhealthy eating, physical inactivity, alcohol use, or other necessary lifestyle changes. The IBHP can also help you to develop skills to effectively manage social, emotional or behavioral difficulties.
The new 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.
Our board certified psychiatrists provide assessment, evaluation and treatment for individuals with a variety of mental health needs. Psychiatrists are medical physicians who specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental illnesses including substance abuse and addiction. They are uniquely qualified to assess both the mental and physical aspects of psychological conditions. Because they are medical doctors they may also determine if there is a need for medication to restore imbalances in body chemistry that are often contribute to your mental health and well-being.
Created by the Dodge Jefferson Healthier Community Partnership and the City of Watertown Department of Public Health
Created by the Jefferson County Drug Free Coalition
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