Dr. Dan Feaster
D. Min, MSW, LCSW, SACDr. Dan Feaster is the Executive Director, and a Psychotherapist. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC), and an ordained Lutheran minister. Dan has over 35+ years of clinical and teaching experience. He works with individuals ages 8+ and he works with a lot of couples. Dan also works a lot with clergy and he is certified to do EMDR in helping those who have experienced trauma and mental health issues.
MDiv, MA, LMFTBrenda Lovick is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and an ordained ELCA Lutheran minister. She practices therapy with individuals 5+ in age, couples, and families. She is also experienced in accompanying LGBTQ+ individuals and families, and she strives to create an affirming space for all people that is collaborative, nonjudgmental, and supportive. © Photo taken by Natasha Zinzow
MSW, LCSWJane McCauley is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who specializes in individual work with Adolescents (16+), Adults (Ages 18+), and Senior Adults (Ages 60+). Jane’s focus is helping clients achieve their goals and live the life they truly want to live. Jane offers both individual and couples counseling and is also certified to do Brainspotting which can be effective for helping those that have experience abuse and/or trauma.
William (Rick) Badger Jr.
MA, LPCWilliam (Rick) Badger, Jr. is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Rick is an Ordained Minister and has served Congregations as an Ordained Minister in Illinois and Wisconsin. He is also a retired senior Federal Probation Officer for the Western District of Wisconsin. Rick does a lot of work with adult individuals as well as pre-marriage/marriage and couples counseling.
MSSW, LCSWSue Gruen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who does a lot of marriage counseling and integrates her knowledge of Gottman training. Sue also does a lot of individual work and is certified to do Brainspotting which can be effective for helping those that have experience abuse and/or trauma. © Photo taken by Kimberly Arneson