Heather Reardon, MA, LPC
Heather has been working in service to others since 1999. During this time she has worked alongside of adolescent girls in a residential setting, with victims of domestic violence, supporting families with aging adults and also led a team responsible for empowering youth through professionally supported mentoring relationships.
It was after a personal family tragedy that Heather felt compelled to enroll in graduate school to become a licensed professional counselor. Her sincere desire to see others thrive and reach a renewed level of functioning can be seen in her strength-based approach. Heather creates a healing environment that explores what may be holding someone back from experiencing more everyday joy.
In addition to her counseling practice, Heather also teaches as an ad-hoc professor for the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in the Human Service and Leadership department. Heather enjoys being a part of team that works to inspire those heading into the helping profession.
Heather’s approach to treatment would be considered eclectic and she especially enjoys using creative approaches such as art and play whenever appropriate. Heather has also been trained in Trauma-Focused-Cognitive-Behavioral-Therapy (TF-CBT) where she works alongside of patients to free themselves from past traumas. Heather is passionate about supporting patients who are struggling with grief, loss, anxiety, depression, ADHD, childhood trauma and other adjustment difficulties.
Robin Fischer, MSE, LPC, CCTP
Before earning her master's degree in counseling, Robin was an elementary school educator for nearly twenty years. Working with youth and families in the schools inspired Robin to pursue higher education in mental heath.
As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Robin supports each of her clients in his or her personal journey to optimum health and well being. Robin often utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and experiential therapies such as Exposure Response Prevention (ERP), and Brainspotting in her work with patients with anxiety/OCD, depression, and other mental health issues. In addition to working in the the public schools, Robin's professional experience in the community includes working as an individual and family therapist and counseling incarcerated individuals during her clinical internship.
Robin is a Certified Brainspotting (BSP) provider with Brainspotting International, a graduate of the International OCD Foundation's Pediatric Behavior Therapy Training Institute, a registered yoga teacher (RYT200) with Yoga Alliance and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) with the International Association of Trauma Professionals. Robin is a member of the Midwest Brainspotting Institute, the International OCD Foundation, and the American Counseling Association. Robin is passionate about helping people to resolve symptoms experienced from anxiety/obsessive compulsive disorders, and post traumatic stress disorder.
Aeryn, Canine Counseling Partner
Before becoming a therapy dog, Aeryn lived at the Neenah Animal Shelter. Aeryn likes others to know that she has faced some of her own fears. For example, even though she was eager to join her new family, she was afraid to ride in the car to her new home! Aeryn has worked hard these past three years to overcome many fears and looks forward to becoming a part of the journey of the clients who wish to work with her. When Aeryn is not at work, she loves to roll in the snow, hide bones from her other dog friends, swim, snuggle, and lick faces!