"empowering clients and clinicians through a Continuum of Services"
Mental Health Collective (The Collective) empowers clients to take control over their mental health and well being by bringing together an array of Independent Providers within the mental health and wellness fields, who offer a continuum of services and who strive to bring culturally competent, holistic, client-centered care to their clients. The Collective is an innovative approach to business supports and services that allow Independent Providers to focus on client care and not company management.
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Christie Gause-Bemis is a Licensed Clinical Therapist with over 16 years of experience in private practice. She sees couples and individuals. Compassion fatigue, stress, trauma, anxiety and depression are areas of interest in treatment. You can use out of network insurance benefits or in network with: Alliance, DEAN/SSM Health, Humana, UHC, Medicaid and various EAPs.
Guy Smith, LPCIT, works with those with disabilities and/or chronic health issues from teen to adulthood. Guy also see clients of all abilities who have sexuality concerns. Guy is currently working on securing insurance contracts and offered limited reduced rates spots in his schedule.
Lolly Coleman, LMFT, works with individual adults facing anxiety, depression, life changes, chronic stress, and grief. She also works with couples as well as those with Autism (adults).
Amanda Case, LCSW, see clients aged 13+ and specializes in ADHD, anxiety/depression, trauma and stress, women's issues, disordered eating and more.
Lori Pulkrabek is an LCSW with over 20 years of experience working with those who struggle with disordered eating. Lori is accepting new clients and is in network with Quartz, BCBS, GHC, Alliance, UHC, UW Ship and FH. You can reach out to her at 608-358-3299 or email@example.com
Kaite Olund, LPC-IT works with individuals aged 13+ and specializes in LGBTQ+ issues (including assessments for HRT and gender confirmation surgery), Anxiety, Depression, Gender/Sexuality, Eating Disorders, Mindfulness, Self-Esteem, Trauma, and Wellness. Kaite accepts Quartz HMO and Quartz FH, as well as straight FH. Kaite is working on credentialing with other insurers at this time.
Amanda Meyer with Meyer Therapy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in working with couples and those with infidelity and intimacy concerns. Amanda has been in practice for over 10 years. She accepts private pay, many out-of-network plans as well as Aetna, BCBS/Anthem, ComPsych EAP, Partners in Behavioral Health and the Alliance/UW SHIP.
Maria Hackbarth is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who sees individuals, couples, and families. Specialty areas include postpartum depression and anxiety, relationship struggles, parenting challenges, and stress from life transitions. She accepts Alliance, Blue Cross Blue Shield, SSM Health/Dean, Medicaid, United Healthcare, and offers an accessible sliding fee scale for clients paying out of pocket.
Joe Leonard is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He specializes in treating anxiety, depression, mood disorders, substance abuse, and couple/family conflict and communication issues. He works with individuals, couples, and families ages 18+. He is trained in Prepare/Enrich marital counseling and Gottman couple counseling. He accepts Forward Health, Quartz, and The Alliance insurances. An income-based sliding scale fee is also available on a limited basis.
Laura Long is a LMFT-T at Rainbow Mental Health. Laura sees clients who are 14+ years in age, as well as those in the LGBTQ+ community. Laura specializes in anxiety/depression, mood disorders, grief, stress, self-esteem, boundary setting, communication, school-related issues, life transitions, sexuality/intimacy, relationships (kink & poly friendly), gender identity, and sexual orientation concerns.
The Collective strives to give clients access to a continuum of services by numerous Independent Providers, in a shared space.
The Collective strives to support a collaboration of care (with client permission) across providers while strictly upholding all of the client's legal and ethical rights.
The Collective strives to support timely provider referrals allowing clients access to new care and services quickly.
The Collective strives to support IPs in their private practice endeavors by offering access to business essentials and services.