(Appleton, Wis. – Jan. 3, 2014) – Catalpa Health recently hired five providers, including two mental health therapists, a mental health resident therapist, an advanced practice nurse prescriber and a psychologist. Catalpa Health now has a total of 26 providers on staff.
Holly Wohlfeil, MA, LPC, joins Catalpa Health as a mental health therapist who treats abuse and trauma; issues related to adoption and foster care; self-harming behaviors; and depression and anxiety in children of all ages. She has special interest in treating those with abuse, trauma, attachment and adoption issues. Wohlfeil graduated with her Master of Arts degree in community counseling from Marquette University.
Amy M. Morrissey, MSE, LPC, is a mental health therapist who treats a wide range of topics including trauma, abuse, depression, anxiety and family system issues. Morrissey has special interest in the utilization of play and art interventions (symbolic language of self expression). She treats children ages four years and older. Morrissey received a bachelor’s degree in social work and master’s degree in counseling from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. She is a nationally certified counselor through the National Board for Certified Counselors, a licensed professional counselor through the state of Wisconsin and a member of the Association for Play Therapy.
Gina Leonardelli, LPCIT, is a licensed professional counselor in training who treats patients with ADHD, anger, anxiety, behavior management issues, self-esteem issues, social skills, autism spectrum disorders and depression. She has a special interest in homelessness/displacement issues and Spanish-speaking clients. Leonardelli sees patients ages birth to five years of age and adolescents. She holds her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and Spanish from St. Norbert College and her Master of Arts degree in community counseling with child/adolescent specialization from Marquette University. Leonardelli has a professional counselor training license credential through the state of Wisconsin. She is working toward her 3,000 hours of supervised clinical practice needed to obtain full licensure. Leonardelli receives weekly supervision from a state-approved clinical supervisor and attends regular clinical collaboration with other Catalpa Health therapists, nurse practitioners and clinical psychologists.
Jillian Schuh, Ph.D., joins Catalpa Health as a psychologist. She provides neuropsychological assessments for children and adolescents with difficulties related to attention and hyperactivity; communication; memory; learning; and social and emotional functioning and behavior. Schuh has specialty training in neuropsychological assessment with children who have medical or neurological complexities and treats children ages 2 – 18. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, her Master of Arts degree and Ph.D. from University of Connecticut, completed an internship at the University of Chicago Medical Center and completed her fellowship and two-year training program specializing in neuropsychological assessment at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Beth Boehnlein, MS, RN, joins Catalpa Health as a psych-certified advanced practice nurse prescriber who focuses on treating those with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), mood disorders and psychotic disorders. She sees patients ages 13-18. Beth received a Bachelor of Science in nursing from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, her Master of Science in psychiatric nursing from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and is ANCC certified as a psychiatric/mental health clinical nurse specialist.