Main Office: 2209 Eastern Avenue Plymouth, WI 53073 920-892-7606

Northshore Campus – Sheboygan: 805 North 6th Street Sheboygan, WI 53081 920-457-8866

Port Washington Office, 1000 N. Wisconsin Street, Port Washington, WI 53074



Mental Health Counseling for Adults

Our experienced clinicians treat a wide variety of concerns including but not limited to:

  • Adjusting to various life challenges such as changing jobs, moving, care for special needs children or elderly parents
  • Past or present emotional/verbal/physical or sexual abuse
  • Grief and loss
  • Divorce
  • Incarceration of a loved one
  • Existing military service
  • Major illness/diagnosis

Our clinicians also provide services for process addictions which include:

  • Compulsive gambling
  • Compulsive sexual issues.

Assessment and treatment of mood disorders such as:

  • Anxiety
  • PTSD-Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Depression
  • Bipolar
  • Adult ADHD – Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Care coordination with physicians, social services or legal services is available upon request.

Support and assistance with coping with another’s addiction or mood disorder. Anger management skills. EAP services.

Therapists use a variety of treatment approaches including:

  • ACT – Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • DBT – Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • IFS – Internal Family Systems
  • CBT – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Biofeedback
  • Mindfulness


Goals for treatment are discussed and agreed upon. Length of treatment varies.

Mental Health Counseling for Children and Adolescents

Our therapists treat a wide range of concerns for children and teens ages 5-17. If a child is exhibiting behavioral or emotional issues prior to age 5, we work with the parents/caregivers to assess and intervene in meaningful ways to assist in addressing the child’s needs.


Some of the many areas we can be of assistance:

  • Academic/Educational Issues
  • Adjustment to variety of life stressors: moving, divorce, parents incarceration, loss of loved ones or pets.
  • Coping with traumatic events – physical, verbal, emotional or sexual abuse
  • Coping with a parent or parents with mental health and/or addiction issues
  • Sleep problems
  • Social skills- friendship conflicts


Assessment and Treatment For:

  • Mood disorders – anxiety, depressions, bipolar, disruptive mood dysregulation disorder
  • Behavioral disorders – ODD (Oppositional Defiant Disorder), ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and Autism Spectrum disorders
  • Gender identity and gender dysphoria
  • Traumatic Brain Injury and recovery from


Clinicians utilize art and play therapy, along with family therapy and a variety of approaches tailored to the child/youth’s unique goals. Communication with doctors, school staff, social workers to provide coordinated care is also recommended.

Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling

Life Point Counseling is a Wisconsin State Licensed AODA clinic. Our experienced clinicians provide assessments and recommendations for AODA needs. This would include referrals as needed to higher levels of care.

We provide assessment and individual services for adolescents as well. Within the office, we provide individual, group and family counseling.


We accept referrals from:

  • Probation and Parole
  • Attorneys
  • Suboxone programs
  • OWI programs
  • Schools
  • Family
  • Self-referrals


Our clinicians also provide services for process addictions which include:

  • Compulsive gambling
  • Compulsive sexual issues


Therapists use a variety of treatment approaches matched to the client needs. These include:

  • Cognitive/behavioral
  • Psychoeducation
  • 12 Step approaches
  • Other spiritual approaches as specific to each client

Marriage/Relationship Counseling

One of our therapists utilizes the Gottman Inventory for her marital and pre-marital counseling. Couples take an online inventory that covers a wide variety of relationship areas. When completed, the therapist gets back 65-80 pages of information about the strengths and areas that need work in the relationship.

She uses a variety of Gottman materials during the couple counseling sessions to teach the couple new skills in relating to one another. The majority of couples find it a rewarding and helpful experience as they work to build a deeper bond.  Homework assignments are given as needed. After the couple has reached a greater understanding and awareness of their issues, they are seen less and less often. Then a 6 month appointment is usually made to insure that they are continuing to use the skills they have  learned.

This program was developed at the Gottman Institute in Seattle, Washington, where John and Julie Gottman have spent the last 35+ years videotaping and studying what it takes to make great relationships.

2209 Eastern Avenue
Plymouth, WI 53073
(920) 892-7606

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