About Us-Located in Lake Geneva, Wi

Katie Hepner, LCPC, NCC
The goal is to empower individuals to overcome personal obstacles that get in the way of them thriving in life. Using evidence based interventions; I have worked with clients for over 14 years.  Currently, I work as a counselor in a middle school and provide Telemental Health services in the state of Wisconsin and Illinois. Having a special interest in working with at-risk youth and school refusal issues; I assist in making the educational experience more enjoyable for both the parents and children. If you are a parent that is looking to help the family navigate struggles in life, you have come to the right place.
My passion is to work with adults and children that have concerns related to:
  •  Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Parent/Child Relationships
  • Behavioral and Discipline Management
  • Life Transitions
  • School Refusal
  • Health Issues
In today’s world, Teletherapy services (using secure video/audio hookups) make it possible for patients to get help without seeing a therapist in person. This type of therapy has been proven to be effective on many levels. It provides treatment to those that are bound by the home, live in rural areas and have busy schedules that don’t allow for an office visit.
As a breast cancer survivor, I have gained insight into what it means to have worries or struggles that come with cancer. My goal is to help individuals connect with their inner strengths and their authentic selves so that they can move forward with living life, instead of just surviving it.
My focus is to create a comfortable and therapeutic environment empowering you to make positive changes. In addition to traditional psychotherapy, I incorporate cognitive behavioral therapy.  A solution focused therapy that includes mindfulness strategies. If you are looking to uplift your mood; or reduce stress and anxiety, contact me to schedule a free initial consultation.
If at any time you are a harm to yourself or someone else, STOP and please call 911. This site is not intended, nor equipt to handle crisis situations.
 
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