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Mental Health Therapists and Counselors in Wisconsin

Mental Health Crisis Response in Wisconsin

Prevent Suicide Wisconsin provides a list of local hotlines, sorted by area, here. If you are experiencing thoughts of suicide, or just need someone to talk to, you can call your local resource, or call the National Suicide Prevention hotline at 1-800-273-8255 - available 24/7.

The State of Mental Health in Wisconsin

Wisconsin currently ranks 13th in the United States for mental healthcare. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) oversees the improvements being made upon their current mental healthcare system, and they are responsible for providing the resources and quality care necessary to build resilience in their communities. The DHS determines the standard of care that all Wisconsin residents can expect when they seek treatment from a licensed counselor or therapist. Their website, found at the link above, is focused on educating residents on their right to quality mental healthcare, and promoting prevention and early intervention.

Currently, the DHS is working on establishing a strong integrative care model, with the support of community-based agencies and organizations. The DHS is improving accessibility in all phases of mental illness - from prevention, to treatment and recovery - and ensures that all residents have access to the resources that promote their well-being and ability to prosper. This includes access to therapists, psychologists, and counselors throughout the state.

For assistance in navigating treatment for substance abuse, call the Wisconsin Addiction Recovery Helpline at 1-833-944-4673.

If you are LGBTQ+ and you need support, contact The Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386.

NAMI Wisconsin

The National Alliance for Mental Illness, or NAMI, is open to anyone struggling with mental illness. NAMI is an inclusive and community-based resource geared towards raising awareness and supporting group members on their journey to recovery. With group counseling sessions led by a trained member with a diagnosis (past or present), meetings follow a set of 12 principles for support. NAMI meetings are meant to complement your existing treatment plan with your counselor or psychologist. There are many chapters of NAMI that meet in Wisconsin, including virtual meet-ups. Find yours here. 

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Therapists and Counselors in Wisconsin

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Madeline Patalano
Madeline Patalano
Together, we will:

We explore the issues that you are struggling with and look for ways that see manageable to move forward to get you to the next season.


Madeline Patalano
Together, we will:

We explore the issues that you are struggling with and look for ways that see manageable to move forward to get you to the next season.

Something to know about my approach is:

Empathetic understanding of where you are and encouragement and direction to meet your goals and desires.

  • Adjustment Disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Loss & Grief
  • Marriage Counseling
  • Parenting Issues
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Stress
  • Women's Issues
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Work stress
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