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2067 N. Grandview Blvd. Suite 160B
Waukesha, WI 53188
Sarah approaches therapy holistically, considering many factors that impact one’s welfare, such as the well-being of an individual’s body and spirit, for example. Sarah recognizes that the decision to seek therapy is rarely an easy one, so she works hard to create an atmosphere of warmth and collaboration. She firmly believes that real-life, tangible results are an integral part of therapy; her clients leave feeling empowered and with a specific understanding of themselves that leads to long-lasting change.
Sarah works with a wide variety of populations but has a special interest in students and young adults struggling with family and intimate relationships, individuals or couples grappling with sexual issues, and those healing from trauma. Non-judgmental acceptance, humor, and flexibility are essential pieces of her work.
Sarah received her clinical training in Couple & Family Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In her free time, she loves being outdoors, partaking in various fitness endeavors, and relaxing in the sunshine.
JAMIE VELVIKIS, LPC-IT, CSW
Jamie is a Therapist and a Certified Social Worker, who has worked with individuals that have varying types of disabilities, over the past fifteen years. She has several years of experience working with individuals on community integration, vocational services, and obtainment of public benefits-such as Medicaid, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
She is also a committee member of the County Communities on Transition (CCOT) of Washington County; which helps youth with disabilities transition into the adult world.
In the past, she was a volunteer assistant coach through Special Olympics. She has worked with children (ages 3-18 years), with a variety of challenges including anxiety, autism, divorce, mood disorders, and social skills.
Jamie enjoys working with people to empower their lives, while utilizing all supports and services available.
Jamie has a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Concordia University. In her free time Jamie enjoys spending time with her family.
Amy is a Counselor who received her Masters of Science in Professional Counseling through Concordia University of Wisconsin. Using holistic and integrative approaches, she has worked closely with clients suffering from various levels of trauma, sexual addictions, partners' recovery and childhood issues. Amy is an effective, caring and adaptable Counselor with previous experience in private client consulting business. She's a mindful listener and strategic thinker with the ability to manage the many facets of client's concerns and goals. She aids in developing effective and efficient options, plans and action steps.
Seeing the uniqueness of others, Amy fosters creating awareness and motivation in her clients. A life long learner with many experiences from which to draw, she respects and identifies the many layers of trauma symptoms, and is willing to work outside the box in healing modalities.