Phone (all locations): (262) 334-4340
Phone: (262) 334-4340 Ext. 23
Important note/Privacy notice:
I use this e-mail address only for routine matters, such as scheduling appointments. I do not use e-mail to discuss the content of your psychotherapy or other protected health information. My e-mail goes through a server that is not encrypted to protect health information. It is possible that a third party could gain unauthorized access to any message you send or receive from me. If you are contacting me regarding an emergency, including a last-minute cancellation, please do not use e-mail. I do not check e-mail daily. I generally respond to e-mail messages within 48 hours.
Desiree is a caring and genuine person who has had the experience of working with children, adolescents and adults for many years. She has been a certified teacher in Wisconsin for over 38 years and has taught many developmental skills. Desiree has worked in many areas with people from all walks of life helping them with educational plans, violence in the home, abandonment, anger management, homeless issues, attitude issues, life skills, and many other issues that affect their lives and well-being. Because of the many years of working with people, she returned to school to study Professional Counselor at Concordia University.
Since earning her master’s degree in 2017 and working in counseling for the past five years, Desiree has found that the area of counseling is a professional career that gives her the opportunity to help children, adolescents, and adults of various backgrounds and ages. In supporting people in counseling, says feels it will improve the mind, the body and the soul of the individual. Desiree also says that counseling requires patience, kindness, and a good listening ear.
Desiree’s areas of interest in working with clients are those who suffer with anxiety, depression, grief, anger management, behavior issues, relationship issues, divorce, domestic violence, self-esteem, alcohol problems, and PTSD. Some of the modalities she uses in counseling are: Client-Centered Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Reality Theory, Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Theory, and Coping Skills.
Desiree is under direct supervision by Julianne Morrison LPC NCC, and works out of the Oak Creek office.
Please call or email to schedule an appointment with Desiree.