WILLIAM (BILL) SCHACHT
WILLIAM (BILL) SCHACHT, MS, LCSW
Psychotherapist, Business Consultant, Life Coach

As our Clinical Director, I am committed to have all of our therapists provide every client who enters our doors with the most time, cost, and outcome effective outpatient psychological services available.

If I have the privilege to be your therapist, I promise that we will quickly identify and keep each session focused on what you concretely and measurably want to accomplish in your counseling process.

My passion is working with people in relationships. I have worked with thousands of couples in creating and sustaining loving, joyful relationship in a range from pre-marriage counseling to couples who are struggling in family separation, divorce, and blending families. I focus couples and families on what works to have a relationship loving, healthy, and functional rather than on what went wrong? In 2013, I created PEOPLE OF DIVORCE The Association (www.peopleofdivorce.com) and teach a course for parents and other adults helping children family separation and divorce at www.divorce-classroom.com

I enjoy working with parents to learn, establish, and maintain a consistent, proactive, collaborative parenting process that children understand and embrace.

I also have expertise in trauma resolution, working with clients who have experienced physical, sexual, or emotional abuse, life threatening accidents, and trauma exposure to soldiers, police personnel, EMR/EMT/other medical personnel. I incorporate the use of leading edge technology and Somato-Emotional Release to resolve trauma quickly.

As a licensed clinical social worker with over 35 years of clinical experience, I have worked with thousands of individuals, couples, business owners, top executives & managers, athletes, and entertainers helping them and their organizations achieve and sustain peak performance. My blend of expertise is in human creativity, relationship building, effective communication, change process, problem-solving, and mind-body technology that sets me apart from other therapists in getting good things to happen for my clients.

I use a "functional" approach to counseling and am exceptionally active in therapy, creating a "dig down deep" and "see the big picture" experience for clients. My tendency to be fun-loving and playful in style provides clients with a sense of emotional relief, even in the most difficult situations. My "get down to business" approach keeps clients confident that good work is getting done in each session.

My clients range from age 16 through adult.

Master of Science Degree Educational Psychology: University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Bachelor of Arts Degree: Carthage College

Patric Mattek
PATRIC MATTEK Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Patric W. Mattek, Ph.D. is a licensed Psychologist in the State of Wisconsin. He offers assessment and psychotherapy to children, adolescents, adults, and families.

Dr. Mattek achieved his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Northern Illinois University, his Master's Degree in Psychology from Marquette University, and his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has experience in a variety of settings including outpatient clinics, inpatient hospitals, the court system, community crisis response, and day treatment. Dr. Mattek is an expert in the treatment of anxiety disorders and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). He is also a sport psychologist and member of the American Psychological Association's Division 47: Exercise and Sport Psychology.

Dr. Mattek's ability to blend humor, understanding, and genuineness helps to create a trusting therapeutic environment for children and adolescents. He utilizes talk, play, and experiential therapy in a manner that is interactive and engaging, but goal-focused. In addition, Dr. Mattek takes a "systems" approach by working collaboratively with other service providers such as schools, family physicians, pediatricians, psychiatrists, etc., when requested or necessary.

Typically, Dr. Mattek's clients find it very easy to connect to his engaging and personable style. This style facilitates the challenging task of personal enhancement and goal achievement.

Outside of the clinic, Dr. Mattek remains extremely active. He often speaks to schools, organizations, and professional groups and he has been interviewed on local television. Dr. Mattek also keeps busy following his children's sports and activities. He loves golfing, skiing, running, and playing volleyball. Dr. Mattek is also an avid Packers, Badgers, and Golden Eagles fan.

Sharon
SHARON L. SCHULMAN, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist

I am a state licensed psychologist, forensic specialist and expert witness. I enjoy teaching and supervising. I am a Fellow of the American College of Forensic Examiners, a member of the American Psychological Association, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers and am a Nationally Certified School Psychologist.

I am a native of Wisconsin where I received my bachelor's degree in psychology and sociology, master's degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire and doctorate degree in psychology from the University of Iowa.

I have extensive experience working with children, adolescents and adults with issues of physical, emotional, verbal and sexual abuse, ADHD, anger management, social skills, behavioral problems, mood disorders, self-harming behaviors and traumatic experiences including PTSD.

I actively work with substance abusing individuals and their families. I also facilitate mental health/illness counseling with individuals and their families, as well as consulting with other professionals.

I conduct psychological evaluations consisting of a battery of mental ability and personality scales, in-depth interviewing and educational testing if needed. Findings are given to the individuals/agencies in a concise report that includes extremely valuable information that not only identify strengths, but also identify areas of concern. The goal of the evaluation is assist in the overall treatment of the individual, as well as the wellbeing of all concerned.

I enjoy working with children, adolescents and adults individually, in groups, with families and couples. I view the therapeutic process as a collaborative journey with the client, their environment and myself as the therapeutic guide. Working together enhances the therapeutic process.

I use a variety of theoretical approaches including behavior modification, cognitive behavioral therapy and individualized play therapy with younger children.

My clients range in age from 5 through adults.

Norma Hoeger
NORMA HOEGER, RN, BSN, MSE, LPC
Psychotherapist, Child & Adolescent Counselor, Parenting Skills Instructor

I enjoy providing psychological assessments, psychotherapy and counseling to individuals of all ages with special interest in children/adolescents ages 3-16.

I have extensive experience working with children with issues of abuse - physical, emotional, and sexual, adoption, ADHD, anger management, anxiety, attachment issues, behavioral problems (home/school), bipolar, depression, grief, mood disorders, poor peer relationships, poor self esteem, self-harming behaviors, and traumatic experiences. I provide excellent parenting skills education.

I am a warm, genuine personality that helps me connect quickly with children quickly. I strive to create a trusting and safe environment in which your child will feel comfortable expressing him/herself honestly and deeply. I facilitate a childs natural tendency toward creativity by communicating through art, talk, and play therapy. My focus is to build on a childs strengths to help them learn strategies to best cope with their challenges.

I work with children to bolster self-esteem, identify and express feelings, enhance social skills, make better choices, improve family interactions and help your child to grow and succeed at school and in the home.

I believe in empowering parents to be able to take what is discovered in the childstherapy and apply the learned techniques to improve the home environment. I provide homework activities to my client and their parents to enhance the therapeutic progress. I view therapy as a collaborative process, reinforces clinical intervention with the child by strengthening parenting skills through on-going education and support.

I use a variety of theoretical approaches such as behavior modification, cognitive behavioral, individualized play therapy, and trauma informed care. I use play therapy techniques to help the young child express what is troubling them when they don't have the verbal language to express their thoughts and feelings.

I also work as an RN at Childrens Hospital of Milwaukee and have over 40 years of experience in the nursing profession. I use my extensive nursing background to provide psycho-education and psychiatric medication education. My diversity of life experiences contributes to my ability to empathize with yourc childs story.

In my free time, I enjoy reading, walking, playing pool, crossword puzzles, traveling, watching the Brewers and Packers, and designing therapeutic board games. I have 3 adult children and 3 grandchildren and enjoy spending quality family time.

Master of Science Degree Education Professional Counseling: Concordia University Bachelor of Science Degree Nursing: Concordia University