Mental Health Therapist
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. Stephanie’s treatment philosophy involves encouraging clients to be active in their treatment and helping them improve their mental health by assisting them in achieving their goals. She is passionate about watching her clients grow within themselves to be the best and most fulfilled they can be. Stephanie chose to go into this field because she wanted to help advocate for clients and empower and educate them so they can better themselves. She enjoys working with the parents and families of the clients she serves to strengthen the family system and improve family relationships.
Stephanie 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. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, enjoying the summer months outdoors, and cooking.
When joining your therapist’s waiting room, please use your (PREFERRED FIRST NAME, LAST NAME) in the cue. Please be sure you and your parent/guardian are in a CONFIDENTIAL and SEDENTARY SPACE (not in a moving vehicle) prior to joining your therapist’s waiting room. Patients and parents/caregivers MUST be in Wisconsin for the appointment.
If you need to schedule an appointment or have questions outside of a scheduled appointment, please call our Catalpa Access Line: (920) 750-7000.