Melissa Dansby is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and graduate of the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. Melissa received her bachelors, with a major in psychology in 2008, and Masters of Science in educational psychology with an emphasis in community counseling, in 2011. She has 6 years of experience in the human services field, which include, mental health consultant for SDC, guidance counselor internship, and in a variety of roles in residential treatment. Melissa specializes in counseling children and adults with anxiety and depression. Her interests include therapeutic work with sexual abuse survivors and individuals with posttraumatic stress disorder.
Leng has undergraduate double majors in Psychology and Social Work and a graduate MSW degree in the concentration of Mental Health and Substance Abuse from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Leng is a Hmong therapist, practicing in Milwaukee, WI under an LCSW and is a dual clinician with Substance Abuse Specialty Authorization. Leng further specializes in serving the Hmong community, as well other refugee groups, who struggles with mental health and AODA challenges. Leng oversees the Refugee Mental Health program and has over 10 years of experience doing therapy and substance abuse counseling.
Mai Kue received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin- Green Bay, and completed her Masters of Social Work from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. Mai Kue a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and her clinical interests lie in working with children and adolescents as well as individuals who have experienced trauma and/or are survivors of domestic violence. Mai Kue is a female Hmong therapist. She works with the general population but also specialized in working with Hmong and other refugees.
Andrew obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Andrew has a vast array of experiences in working with families, adolescents, and children through Milwaukee County’s Child Welfare System for approximately five years. Andrew is adept to working with clients who struggle with AODA and Mental Health related issues. He is well versed in working with culturally diverse populations. Andrew is practicing under a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW).
Sarah La Follette earned her Master's Degree in Social Work and a Certificate in Trauma Informed Care from the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare at UW-Milwaukee. Sarah has an LCSW and her passion is working with children, adolescents and families in the Milwaukee area. Ms. La Follette believes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), trauma focused CBT, child-centered play therapy, Theraplay, Filial Therapy (working with a parent and child together), Behavioral Therapy, and in helping individuals strengthen their social and coping skills. Ms. La Follette believes that individuals can greatly benefit from mindfulness meditation, which includes training the brain through paying attention to the breath, letting go of thoughts and worries, and focusing on the present moment.
Dawn Shelton-Williams received her undergraduate and graduate education from the UW-Milwaukee and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has over 18 years of experience in working with children and families in the private and public sectors. Her clinical interest lies in working with victims of child abuse and neglect, women's mental health, and parent education issues. Ms. Shelton-Williams is a strong advocate of Family-Centered Practice, Family System's Theory, and cultural competent mental health services. Ms. Shelton-Williams is also a Co-Founder of the Wisconsin Clinicians of Color, LLC. In addition to her clinical skills as a psychotherapist, Ms. Shelton-Williams has provided numerous trainings in the area of cultural competency. Ms. Shelton-Williams provides psychotherapy services to children, adolescents, adults, and families.
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Mary S. Enright, Ph.D., LPC, CRC
Dr. Enright received her Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her background includes 20 years of teaching experience at the university level and applied research in rehabilitation and education as a principal investigator, project coordinator, research consultant, and program evaluator. Dr. Enright received her certification as a rehabilitation counselor (CRC) in 1988. She began her broader clinical training in July 2014, receiving her LPC in April 2015, and is currently completing the requirements for her licensure as a psychologist. At SFPP, she works primarily with elementary school children and refugees, emphasizing cognitive-behavioral techniques.