Meet Our Team in Hudson, WI

The vision of Collaborative Counseling is to guide and inspire people to overcome the obstacles they face and strive towards their goals. Our goal is to help people bring more joy, laughter and love into their life. It is our mission to provide counseling that will help people live their lives to the fullest by supporting them through difficult times as well as teaching them skills that will allow them to make changes and progress towards a healthier, happier, more fulfilling life.

Katie Robinson, MS, LPC (WI), LPCC (MN)

Licensed Professional Counselor

Suite 205
Clinical Approach

Katie believes everyone deserves to live a life that is meaningful and fulfilling. During different points in our lives we all need guidance and support to help nourish the life we want to live. She understands that sometimes we get stuck and feel unable to change the thoughts or behaviors that contribute to our unhappiness.

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Victoria Walsh

Licensed Professional Counselor (MS, LPC) Licensed
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist (LAMFT)

Suite 280 (Second floor)
Education

Master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling
Graduate Certificate in Marriage and Family Counseling

Clinical Approach

Victoria's area of focus is working with clients with symptoms of depression, anxiety, stress or trauma-related suffering. Her experience includes helping individual and families address challenges with life transitions, separation/divorce, difficulties with children and young adults, grief, child loss and work/life balance.

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Emily Stevenson

Licensed Professional Counselor (MA, LPC)

Suite 165 (Main Level)
Education

Bachelor’s degree in Psychology - University of Minnesota
Master’s degree in Counseling and Psychological Services - Saint Mary’s University

Clinical Approach

Emily believes anyone is capable of creating positive changes in their life regardless of the circumstances. She believes that by working together through the process of exploring and resolving psychological conflicts and challenges, achieving personal goals, and enacting lasting changes can be attainable.

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Kelley Emerson

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (MSW, LCSW)

Suite 161 (Main Level)
Education

Bachelors degree in Social Work - University of St. Thomas
Master's Degree in Social Work - University of St. Thomas

Clinical Approach

Kelley is passionate about working with individuals who are ready to make positive changes in their lives. She will empower each person to become a more assertive and effective in handling difficult emotions and situations.

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Allison Heeter-Condon

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MA, LMFT)

Suite 163 (Main Level)
Education

Bachelor’s degree in Psychology - St. Cloud State University
Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Counseling - MN School of Professional Psychology

Clinical Approach

As an experienced Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Allison enjoys helping individuals, couples, and families find lasting solutions to the issues that are affecting their lives. She approaches her work from a holistic perspective, concerned with the long-term health of individuals and their families. Allison believes that with a trusting therapeutic relationship, growth and positive change will happen.

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Joan N. Fuller

Licensed Professional Counselor (MA, LPC)

Suite 119 (Main Level)
Education

Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology

Clinical Approach

As a licensed professional counselor (LPC), Joan collaborates with her clients to become more satisfied in their lives. She does this by helping them break negative patterns and replacing them with healthier, more adaptive ones. She works hard to ensure her clients a genuine, non-judgmental, therapeutic relationship, which encourages growth and allows positive change to occur.

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Caroline Marlow

Licensed Professional Counselor (MS, LPC - AODA Specialty)

Suite 201 (Second Floor)
Education

Bachelor’s degree - University of Wisconsin-Stout
Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in Alcohol and Drug Abuse counseling and Eating Disorders - University of Wisconsin-Stout

Clinical Approach

Caroline has a desire to help others by assisting them through the challenges they have encountered in life. She believes that as humans it is inevitable we will be faced with various life challenges. She believes the support we surround ourselves with, along with the degree of insight we contain about ourselves will inevitably prove to benefit us when faced with challenges. Caroline believes as a counselor she is provided with the privilege of assisting people in improving and strengthening their support, along with enhancing their insight and inner strength to work through life challenges. She enjoys helping people from all walks of life who are interested in overcoming their personal obstacles and life challenges to improve their well being.

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Andrea Beitler

Licensed Professional Counselor (MA, LPC)

Suite 65 (Basement)
Education

Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Bible - Northwestern College
Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology - Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University-Twin Cities

Clinical Approach

Andrea utilizes a strength-based and collaborative therapeutic approach, with an emphasis on building a positive therapeutic relationship. She has a passion for helping to make positive changes through developing healthy ways to navigate through life struggles and learn effective strategies to live a more balanced life.

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Sheryl King

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MA, MEd, LMFT)

Suite 289 (Second Floor)
Education

Master of Education degree - Western Washington University
Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy - St. Mary’s University

Clinical Approach

Helping clients to move through difficulties and create positive change in their lives is Sheryl’s greatest reward as a therapist. She believes the therapeutic process starts with a compassionate healing connection, where you feel safe to explore your struggles and share your hopes and dreams.

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Leah Burton

Licensed Psychologist (PsyD, LP)

Suite 210 (Second Floor)
Education

Bachelors degree from Carthage College
Master of Arts & Doctoral in Clinical Psychology, Argosy University-Twin Cities

Clinical Approach

Leah is honored to walk alongside others as they engage in their own personal journeys toward greater health and well-being. Her goal is to provide a safe, child-friendly environment for assessment and treatment. She begins by exploring developmental, biological, interpersonal, and intrapersonal factors involved in the difficulties that bring clients into therapy.

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Michelle Young

Licensed Professional Counselor (MS, LPC)

Suite 165 (Main Level)
Education

Bachelors in Psychology & Nutrition - College of Saint Benedict & Saint John's University
Master's in Mental Health Counseling with an Eating Disorder Concentration - University of WI

Clinical Approach

Specializing in compulsive behavior disorders and trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Michelle believes core beliefs, generally related to shame, fuel mental health disorders. Exploring this vulnerable space together is the key to sustained recovery and living life to your fullest potential.

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Kristine Hemauer

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist & Certified EMDR Therapist (MA, LMFT, EMDR)

Suite 55 (Basement)
Education

Bachelor's Degree in Social Work - University of St. Catherine
Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy - St. Mary's University

Clinical Approach

Kristine is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MN &WI) and is also certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Her passion is working with people who have been impacted by trauma, whether it is a medical procedure, car accident, sexual, emotional or physical abuse.

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Sally Frutiger, PhD, LP

Licensed Psychologist - Neuropsychologist

Hudson Physicians Clinic, 2nd floor, Women’s Health Center
Education

Master of Arts and Doctorate in Experimental Psychology (Behavioral Neuroscience), University of Minnesota
Respecialization Training in Clinical Psychology, University of Minnesota
Postdoctoral Training in Clinical Neuropsychology, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, University of Minnesota

Clinical Approach

Dr. Frutiger specializes in clinical neuropsychological assessment, an area of psychology which uses psychometric principles and knowledge of brain function, developed in clinical psychology and cognitive neuroscience, to understand how a person’s brain may contribute to thought, emotion, and behavior in the presence of neurological, medical, or psychiatric conditions.

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Kaitlin Holmes

Licensed Professional Counselor (MS, LPC)

Suite 175 (Main Level
Education

Bachelors degree in Psychology-University of Wisconsin-River Falls
Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling-with concentrations in eating disorders and substance use-University of Wisconsin-Stout

Clinical Approach

Kaitlin believes that everyone has their own struggle and needs someone that is willing to listen, empathize, be honest, and encourage them. Kaitlin utilizes a variety of approaches to fit each individual's needs. She enjoys assisting her clients in gaining insight into their strengths, core beliefs, and goals to make progress towards their overall well being.

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Elizabeth Paulsen

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)

Suite 165 (Main Level)
Education

Bachelor's Degree in Child Psychology - University of Minnesota
Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy - St. Mary's University

Clinical Approach

Therapy is a powerful tool that benefits clients in vastly different ways, depending on the desired outcome. Elizabeth’s goal is to bring clients into an emotionally safe environment, where they work together to identify problematic patterns, delve into healthy coping skills, which will ultimately bring about opportunities for personal growth and healing.

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