Meet Our Wisconsin Telehealth Team
Our Telehealth providers provide all counseling services via Zoom which allows you to receive the best counseling services from the comfort of your own home or from your office during a break.
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.
Note: If you choose to email a provider, you are doing so at your own risk. Collaborative Counseling is not able to guarantee secure email communications.
Jill AndersonMS, LPC-IT
B.S. Criminal Justice Administration M.S. Forensic Psychology
I believe relationships are the most important and significant part of our lives, whether it's your relationship with self or others. I am passionate about helping clients realize their unlimited potential and empowerment to create lasting change in their lives. During each session I'll create a safe space to allow growth to take place and set goals for the next steps in your journey.
I am educated, trained and experienced in a wide variety or therapeutic counseling approaches such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Positive Psychology, Trauma Informed Therapy, EMDR, Motivational Interviewing, Autism Therapy, and Co-Occuring Disorders Therapy.
I meet each client where they are at in their own season of life, using the best approach tailored to meet the needs of the client. I am most passionate about helping those who are struggling with relationships, grief, trauma, and anxiety, however I am always available for clients who are experiencing struggles outside of these areas. This is my calling, I am here for you.
I am an avid outdoors woman who lives on a lake in Northern Wisconsin. I love boating, water-skiing, snowmobiling, basically anything outdoors. I am also an avid book reader. I have two grown daughters who are both married with children.
Kathy GuilhasMS, LPC
Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Counseling - Texas A&M University, Commerce
Master of Science degree in Counseling - Texas A&M University, Commerce
Kathy is a Texas native, with roots in Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Wisconsin. She loves working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families. She is passionate about meeting her clients where they are on their personal journey and creating a safe space for them to take steps toward the changes they hope to make, body, mind, and spirit. With over 18 years of counseling experience, she considers it an honor to collaborate with her clients as a team to help navigate through the highs and lows that life can bring. Kathy believes in building a rapport with client’s and offers genuineness in sessions.
Kathy provides counseling for those dealing with the following concerns: stress management, anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship issues and/or divorce, family dynamics, as well as family planning (infertility/postpartum, and grief). Kathy also takes a holistic approach to her work and incorporates clients spirituality and faith in session, if desired by clients.
Kathy’s clinical approaches are as follows: Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Internal Family Systems.
Kathy has worked in a variety of settings such as: psychiatric inpatient, adolescent residential care, foster care and adoption, day treatment for adolescents and adults, school-based, and out-patient/tele mental health individual, and family counseling.
In her spare time, Kathy loves to travel, go to the beach, watch football, drink coffee and read a good book, spend time with friends and family, and enjoy the simple things in life that bring her joy.
Laura JohnsonMS, LPC, SAC
Laura Johnson MS, LPC, SACShe/Her/Hers Licensed Professional Counselor, Substance Abuse Counselor
Ph. D in Advanced Studies of Human Behavior- Capella University (In Progress)
Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling- Viterbo University
I graduated from Viterbo University in 2015 with a Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling. I am currently completing my Ph.D. in Advanced Studies of Human Behavior at Capella University. I have a passion for working with others to assist them in living “their best life”. I have been blessed to have a wide range of experience including working with parents with custody and placement issues, addictions, court systems and jail population, Alaskan Natives, children, adults, and military members and their families. I am experienced in individual, group, couples, and family therapies as well as psycho-educational groups.
I use an integrated approach to therapy which has a foundation in client-centered therapy. This means we will work together to develop a tailor-made plan just for you. I believe in working alongside each other as a team. This is your time and your plan. I believe most people will say I have a gentle demeanor and a caring personality. I want all my clients to have a positive experience in therapy and feel comfortable sharing their cares, concerns, and dreams.
In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family and dogs hanging out at the house, the camper, or riding the ATV/UTV trails.
Leah BurtonPsyD, LP
Leah Burton PsyD, LPShe/Her/Hers Licensed Psychologist | Suite 210 ( Second Floor)
Bachelor's Degree - Carthage College
Master of Arts & Doctoral in Clinical Psychology - Argosy University, Twin Cities
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.
Throughout the course of treatment, Leah will work with clients and their families to increase their ability to appropriately identify and express emotions, develop healthy coping strategies, process change and loss, gain relational skills, and increase self-regulation. The work she does frequently involves collaboration with families, schools, medical providers, and other parties involved in the lives of her clients.Leah has a passion for working with children and their families. She also enjoys providing therapeutic services to individuals throughout the lifespan. Some of her areas of interest include: play-based therapy, behavioral interventions, mindfulness, depression, grief/loss, anxiety, trauma, neuropsychological disorders, behavioral disorders, and difficulties related to parenting. Leah frequently works with children that have difficulty with adjusting to life changes.Leah was born and raised in the Midwest. She obtained her undergraduate degree at Carthage College. Following undergraduate study, she went on to obtain a Master of Arts and Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University-Twin Cities. Her areas of concentration included child and family therapy.
Outside of work, Leah enjoys spending time with family and friends, being outdoors, exploring, traveling, learning, relaxing, and finding new outlets for her creativity.
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