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Jess Pliszka

Jess Pliszka, LPC, NCC, ADHD-CCSP (she/her)

  • Licensure: LPC (#10135-125), Wisconsin
  • Services Offered: Individual Neurocounseling, Autism & ADHD Assessments, Neurodiversity Courses
  • Population Served: High-Performing Women or AFAB Questioning Autism & ADHD (Aged 18+).
  • “America’s Leading Female Neurodivergence Specialist” & Founder of NeuroJess Women’s Neurocounseling Center
    • Are you a high-performing adult woman (or AFAB) questioning Autism or ADHD? Do you feel different than everyone else, like you’re not “normal?” Do feel socially awkward and experience sensory concerns? You are hardworking and goal-oriented, but often feel overwhelmed to the point of feeling like you are having a meltdown. You strive to put your needs first, but struggle with perfectionism and self-limiting beliefs. It’s exhausting feeling out of control, but the good news is, together, we can help you discover your authentic self, accommodate your own needs, and develop effective coping skills so you can excel in life.
    • As the leading specialist for adult female Autism & ADHD, I will help you learn how your neurodivergent brain works, and what your true core beliefs are, so you can be you and stop masking to try to “fit in” to society. As an Autistic & ADHD person, I connect with you on a deeper level. Together, we will discover which diagnostic criterion you best fit into.
    • I provide you with a structured, neurodiversity-affirming space and offer you a variety of simple, cutting-edge tools you can use to learn how to work with your brain instead of working against it. My approach is empathetic, collaborative, & direct. I look forward to joining you on your journey of acceptance, ambition, & authenticity!
  • Website: neurojess.com
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NeuroJessLLC/
  • Instagram: @jesspliszka

Dana Butler, LMFT (she/her/they/them)

  • LMFT in MN 3212 and WI 1203
  • Services: Individual, family, specific training in MN to use DC0-5 for birth- age 5 assessments, Child Parent Psychotherapy rostered, Circle of Security Parenting Facilitator, EMDR trained, ACES Interface Trainer, Both in person and telehealth (I’ve done all of the listed tasks via tele and in person).
  • Dana’s message: I am an LMFT who was diagnosed with ADHD late in life. I specialize in working with children and families, GLBTQIA++, Neurodivergent folx and trauma. While I am an expert in mental health YOU are the expert in yourself, your family and your child. We work as a true team bringing our gifts together to create change, advocate to ensure needs are met in and out of therapy, and to bring about healing. When I am not working as a therapist I am laughing with my family which includes a late in life diagnose Autistic and ADHD husband, Autistic and ADHD son, and Twice Exceptional daughter. I am also active in our local communities advocating for equity, support, acceptance and systemic change.
  • (P) 218-297-0055 (F) 218-326-7961
  • Facebook: Embrace Mental Health, LLC
Amy Marschall

Amy Marschall, PsyD, she/her

  • Licensed psychologist in Florida, Montana, North Dakota, New York, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
  • Services: My practice is almost completely telehealth – I can do in-person for evaluations that can’t be done virtually (like if someone needs an IQ test for disability services or something) for those local to me in SIoux Falls, South Dakota. I do individual and family therapy as well as diagnostic evaluations. I have done groups in the past but don’t have any going right now.
  • Amy’s message: I incorporate evidence-based interventions as well as a client-centered approach to therapy that empowers YOU to be in charge of your treatment. My practice is trauma-informed, which means that I recognize the prevalence of trauma in the general population and take steps to create a comfortable environment that feels safe and empowering for all clients. All of my sessions are conducted via telemental health using HIPAA-compliant videoconferencing through Zoom. I believe each client is the expert on themselves. As a psychologist, I can offer insight into symptoms and mental health diagnoses, but no one knows you and your experience better than you. In addition, my psychology practice emphasizes social justice, cultural competence, and LGBTQ+ affirming care.
  • Facebook: Facebook.com/dramymarschall
  • Twitter: @DrAmyPsyD
  • Website: rmh-therapy.com
  • Other contact info is here: https://www.rmh-therapy.com/blank-2
Jessica Coleman

Jessica “Jessy” Coleman, LPC (she/they)

  • Licensure: LPC in Virginia, Texas, Colorado, Iowa, and Wisconsin
  • Services: Individual, Group, Teletherapy, In Person
  • In addition to being a therapist, I am also a LISPY trained as a 200-Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT), specializing in psychotherapeutic yoga (2020) and am a Certified Geek Therapist.
  • I believe in individualizing strategies in a collaborative process with the client. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), is my theoretical framework. Acceptance is defined in this therapy from a mindfulness and non-judgmental lens. This accepting perspective is a base to all of the services provided at Creekside Therapeutics.
  • Phone: (540) 583-6481
  • Email: jcoleman@creeksidetherapeutics.com
  • Website: www.creeksidetherapeutics.com
  • Social media: @creeksidetherapeutics
Jeremy Schumacher

Jeremy Schumacher, MA, LMFT (He/Him)

  • Licensure: Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (WI #978-124)
  • Services: Couples, Individual, In-person, Teletherapy
  • Payment: Private Pay – All major credit cards accepted, Google/Apple pay, HSA/FSA
  • Jeremy’s message: Hey! I’m Jeremy, a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. I specialize in working with couples, and am also a religious trauma specialist. Additionally, I have an extensive history working with sports psychology and mental performance. As you can guess by very distinct specialties, I also have ADHD. Being neurodivergent weaves through all of my work, whether with couples who are struggle with one neurotypical and one neurodivergent brain in the relationship, or people who grew up in high-control religions that forced them to mask their neurodivergence, or any other example you can think of, being neurodivergent can be awesome and it can also cause problems. My goal with all my clients is to figure out what is going well, build on that, and make necessary adjustments in the areas of life that could use some improvement. I’m laid-back and collaborative in my approach, working to co-create positive change with everyone I get the opportunity to work with. If we sound like a good fit, I’d love to chat and find out how I can help.
  • Website: www.wellnesswithjer.com
  • Email: wellnesswithjer@gmail.com
  • Phone: 414-751-8098
  • Social media: @wellnesswithjer on IG and YouTube