Catalpa Health continues to expand by adding three mental health therapists

(Appleton, Wis. – Sept. 24, 2014) – Catalpa Health recently added three mental health therapists to its care team. Two of these therapists will serve as United Way PATH providers within local schools.

Amanda Greening, LMFT, joined Catalpa Health as a mental health therapist who specializes in adjustment and family systems issues; depression; anxiety; grief and loss; low self-esteem; and behavioral and anger issues. Greening works with children and teens ages five to 18. She received her Master of Arts degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy from Pepperdine University. Greening serves clients out of the Oshkosh treatment center.


Danielle Schmidt, MA, LPC, is a mental health therapist who specializes in the treatment of ADHD; oppositional and defiant behaviors; family relationships; behavior management skills and mood stability. She sees clients ages three to 18 at the treatment center in Appleton and also provides school-based mental health services through the United Way PATH program. Schmidt received her Master of Arts degree in counseling from Lakeland College. She is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Wisconsin.

Stephanie Diamond, LCSW, is a mental health therapist who will be providing school-based mental health services to children and teens through the United Way PATH program. She specializes in narrative attachment therapy, reactive attachment disorders, autism spectrum disorders, trauma, abuse and neglect. Diamond received her bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and her master’s degree in social work from Aurora University.



Catalpa Health provides a full continuum of mental health, wellness and preventative services to children and adolescents in the Fox Valley. A collaboration of Affinity Health System, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and ThedaCare, Catalpa Health believes in community partnerships and works with other mental health providers to ensure that all children are receiving the care they need.

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