Pat Ann St. Germain, MA, LPC
Pat Ann is the Director and Owner of Healing Hearts Family Counseling Center, LLC. When Pat Ann worked with children and adults who were adopted, she saw the potential for change. She found with therapy alone, something was still missing. She became curious about the underpinnings and committed her career to understanding what those things were and what was missing to make lasting change. On that journey, Pat Ann discovered underlying neurological implications of many mental health-related issues. This journey led her to develop the program she has created at Healing Hearts.
Pat Ann originally received attachment training through the Attachment and Bonding Center of Ohio by Arleta James. She has also trained with author and researcher, Dr. Arthur Becker-Weidman, through The Center for Family Development and is certified as an Attachment-Focused Family Therapist. In addition, Pat Ann has training in HEG and EEG Neurofeedback with Dr. Ed Hamlin.
Pat Ann has trained twice at the BTTI for the treatment of OCD; once for children and adolescents and another time for general OCD. She has trained in Heart Math, Interactive Metronome, and Sensory Processing and Regulation issues. Most recently, Pat Ann completed a certificate in Animal Assisted Therapy.
Pat Ann was a recipient of the 2019 In Search of Excellence Award, sponsored by the Wisconsin Family Based Services Association. In addition, Pat Ann was on the Board for the Association for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of Children (ATTACh) from 2009-2011. She was a contributing author in "Hope for Healing: A Parent's Guide to Trauma and Attachment," by ATTACh.
Heather Edge, MSW, LCSW
Heather is passionate about helping children and families heal from past trauma and find success in building healthy relationships. Heather strives to create a safe space where clients can feel supported and understood, even as they deal with challenges and painful experiences. She works with a wide range of presenting issues such as depression, anxiety, self-esteem, trauma, attachment, relationship and parenting concerns. Heather has worked extensively with foster youth, families, and children who have been adopted and seeks to find ways to help with healing. She uses a strength-based perspective to help families produce the change that is desired.
Heather has trained in EMDR, at the Behavior Therapy Institute Training for the treatment of OCD, the STAT™ model for treatment, the Attachment Focused Family Therapy Institute, and has trained in the Aroma Freedom Technique. Heather is an associate lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the School of Social Work.
Heather is available Tuesday-Friday
Trischia Bindley, Office Manager
After 20 years in retail management, Trischia changed career paths hoping to make a difference.
Trischia joined Healing Hearts in 2016. Trischia strives to make a difference in children’s lives. Trischia has been an active member of her children’s parent group at school for the last 6 years, coordinating fundraisers and family fun nights. She is responsible for all office procedures/needs, scheduling, maintaining accurate systems, working with outside agencies and staff to ensure smooth and accurate patient care. In addition, Trischia answers the phone and staffs the reception desk. She is always there to help any patient that comes in as well as her Healing Hearts family. Trischia enjoys being a witness to the benefits of mental health therapy.
Amanda Field, Billing Specialist/Book-keeper
Amanda enjoys working with the people at Healing Hearts. Many have become like family, and she loves watching them continue to make a positive difference in the lives of friends, families, and the community. Amanda has been with Healing Hearts since 2011. She is the clinics Billing Specialist and manages patient accounts and billing records at Healing Hearts. Amanda has a Liberal Arts Degree, Civil Engineering Technician Degree, and a Medical Billing Specialist certificate.
Emily Krause, MSW, LCSW
Building a positive and trusting therapeutic relationship as a vehicle for growth is at the core of Emily's practice. She is compassionate about providing clients with a warm, supportive space to explore and discover the possibility of change. Emily enjoys working with clients to find helpful tools and strategies to cope with challenges. She is dedicated to identifying and building on clients' strengths, promoting self-awareness, and helping clients build meaningful relationships.
Emily is a WI Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has worked extensively with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings and has experience helping people with a wide range of psychological and emotional difficulties. Emily uses a humanistic and strengths-based perspective and employs a range of approaches including solution-focused, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral techniques.
Emily is available Tuesday and Friday
Olivia Gilkey, MS-LMFT
Olivia strives to provide a welcoming and safe environment for her clients while offering them unconditional support. She loves working with kids with disabilities and supporting their parents. Olivia likes couples work and values family dynamics. In addition, she enjoys working with clients to discuss effective communication, improve parenting skills, and foster independence. Olivia is passionate about animal-assisted therapy and and has experience in training service dogs. Olivia and her dog Clyde have worked to become a certified therapy dog and handler team, providing comfort to others in association with the GO Team Therapy, Crisis and Airport Dogs. Prior to becoming a therapist, Olivia worked with children and adolescents with Autism, teaching them social and developmental skills. Olivia is a certified PREPARE/ENRICH marriage facilitator, and has received specialized training as a Neurofeedback Specialist, Interactive Metronome practitioner, Integrated Listening Systems-Focus Systems provider, and has an Animal Assisted Therapy Certificate. Currently, Olivia is engaged in an Adoption Competency Training (TAC).
Olivia is available Monday through Friday
Taylor Morrison, MS, LMFT
Taylor works within an environment that is both welcoming and inclusive, as well as supportive. Taylor strives to recognize all parts of a person’s system to best understand the narrative that has shaped their reality. Taylor enjoys working with children with disabilities, as well as working with parents on how to best help their child. Taylor has experience working with children on the autism spectrum as well as those who have a neurocognitive disability. Taylor also works with children and adults experiencing anxiety. She helps to engage the client in a way that provides them with confidence, autonomy, and support in their every day lives. Before working toward her master’s degree, Taylor worked with children on the autism spectrum, doing intensive in-home therapy. Taylor also has background in working with alternative treatment modalities as well as conducting couple’s counseling. Taylor is a PREPARE/ENRICH marriage facilitator.
Taylor is available Monday-Friday
Rex Connely, Operations Manager
Rex Connely is the newest addition to the Healing Hearts management team. Rex has worked in the healthcare industry since 2002. He has extensive experience in safety and training and worked several years in child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry programs. His most recent work experience was Director of Operations at a multicomplex assisted living facility specializing in memory care. Rex enjoys “helping people help others” and that is what brought him to Healing Hearts. Rex’s role is to give business structure and support to our team of therapists so they may give the best possible care to their clients and operational support to the administrative side.
Outside of work, Rex enjoys spending time with his wife of 22 years and 3 children. Their favorite family activity is to travel and experience diverse places of interest throughout our country and the world. His entire family has been to all 50 states and nearly all national parks.
Rex is available Monday - Thursday
Jennifer Hector, MA, LMFT
Jennifer loves using play-based techniques to help children heal and has spent the past 15 years enjoying every minute! She has specialized training in Theraplay, Play Therapy, Sand Tray Therapy, Sensory Processing Disorders, ABA, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Developmental Trauma Treatment, and Yoga Teacher Training for the Special Child. In addition, She uses the Nurtured Heart Approach, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Child-Parent Psychotherapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Somatic Therapy.
Jennifer has vast experience which includes working in public schools, behavioral support in the home, and general and specialized therapy in clinics. Jennifer has extensive training in sensory processing disorders, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, attachment therapy, trauma resolution and mindfulness practices.
She holds a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from John F. Kennedy University specializing in Somatic Psychology and Developmental Trauma and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Antioch University.
Jennifer is available Monday through Thursday
Lindsey Reeves, MSW
Lindsey is a dedicated social worker with 10 years of work in crisis and trauma intervention, adoption, social services, family, and child advocacy fields. Lindsey has extensively trained in trauma, CBT, attachment therapies, pregnancy loss, pre and post-adoption counseling, sexual abuse, and human trafficking. Over the course of her career, Lindsey has been privileged to work alongside adoptive and foster families in various capacities. Her background includes working as a Director of Social Services where she conducted adoption home studies and post-placement follow-up, managed a shelter, and as a therapist in both outpatient and inpatient counseling settings. Lindsey is passionate about providing a safe, non-judgmental and supportive space where individuals are able to discover healthy and creative ways to communicate their needs.
Lindsey is available Monday through Friday
Chelsea Rinehart, MA, LPC
Cultivating resilience and providing clients with the tools to find meaning and healing are at the core of Chelsea's practice. Chelsea's engagement style is warm, compassionate, and creative. Chelsea endures to provide a safe space that honors an individual's gifts while engaging them in the development of self-compassion.
Chelsea has worked with a multitude of presenting issues including anxiety, depression, and substance use disorders. She has worked with individuals and groups in outpatient substance abuse, anger management, partner abuse intervention, and community mental health. Chelsea has also worked on behalf of adoptive parents and birth mothers as a liaison in the completion of domestic infant adoption casework. She uses Motivational Interviewing, Strength-Based Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Existential-Humanistic Therapies in her practice.
Chelsea holds a Masters of Clinical Counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She is a WI Licensed Professional Counselor. Chelsea is passionate about uncovering an individual's joy and inner-strength while walking alongside them during life's challenges
Chelsea is available Monday through Friday
Kayla Van Den Busch, MSE, LPC-IT, NCC
Kayla is optimistic about working with individuals who are feeling “stuck.” She focuses on creating a comfortable setting for each client. She likes to explore the deeper causes of clients’ symptoms and provide education on ways to grow. Her approaches to therapy include using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Solution-Focused Therapy (SFBT).
Kayla has experience with both children and adults in the inpatient psychiatric setting and specializes in helping those struggling with depression and anxiety. She is a LGBTQ+ advocate.
Kayla holds a Master of Education in Science from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and is a Nationally Certified Counselor. Kayla has received specialized training as a Neurofeedback Specialist and is an Interactive Metronome practitioner.
Kayla is available Monday through Friday
Debra Lins, MS, E.D.
Debb has spent the past 20+ years enjoying working with children, adolescents, teenagers, families and adults. Debb is exceptional at developing a safe space to build a trusting relationship. She is passionate about meeting people where they are while empowering and supporting them in achieving their goals. Debb enjoys guiding people through change, helping overcome the effects of trauma, identifying and solving problems, and helping others let go of what could be holding them back.
In addition, due to Debb’s background working in the educational system, Debb is passionate about working with school-aged children, providing support and tools for parents, and working with schools and educational staff to promote success for every child. This work often includes emotional regulation, establishing healthy boundaries, relationship building and identification of triggers.
Debb has experience in both community mental health and educational settings. She employs a strengths-based perspective and utilizes a range of approaches including mindfulness, dialectical behavioral therapy, trauma-informed care, solution-focused, and cognitive-behavioral techniques. Debb holds two Master's Degrees; one in Counselor Education and another Master's Degree in Educational Leadership.
Deb has training as a substance abuse counselor, in dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy,. and domestic violence. Debb is also a Licensed School Counselor who works full-time as a school counselor and part-time at Healing Hearts.
Debb is available Monday and Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings.
Marcia Signorile, Receptionist
Marcia joined Healing Hearts in 2019 to continue to make a difference in peoples’ lives. Marcia has 10-years experience in healthcare and 9 years experience in child education. Marcia has 6 grandchildren that make life worth living. :-) In addition, Marcia tries to travel whenever she can! In her downtime, she enjoys reading and walking outside. Marcia works afternoons and evenings as a receptionist at Healing Hearts.