MCPST Therapists

For more information about any of our therapists please click on their name.
To reach a therapist’s confidential voice mail, dial our main clinic number at (608) 237-8000 and use the direct extension listed after the therapist’s name.

All therapists have expertise in general psychotherapy issues including stress, depression, anxiety, self-esteem and relationship concerns.  Each therapist has special interest areas and specialized training in additional areas.  These are listed below:

Dawn Brubakken, LCSW, S.C. x108

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Young adults, adolescents, adults. Individuals, parents, families, groups
  • Specialty areas:  Sexualized behaviors, offending behaviors, sexual orientation issues, gender dysphoria, adjustment issues and conduct disorders, treating parents of sexualized children – specializing in intra-familial sexual abuse.  Family therapy (addiction issues and blended family dynamics).  Consultation, evaluation and treatment of the adolescent female with sex offending behaviors.

Shari Cohn, MSSW, LCSW, S.C. x109

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • IITAP Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT)
  • Adults, young adults, seniors. Individuals, couples, families, group
  • Specialty areas:  Sexual addiction and compulsivity; partners and spouses of sex addicts; adult children of addictions; sexual dysfunction; survivors of abuse-assault; trauma resolution; sexual issues after trauma; PTSD; EMDR; sexual orientation; couples and marriage counseling.  Group for Partners and Spouses of Sex Addicts

James K. Gerndt, Ph.D., S.C. x103

  • Licensed Psychologist
  • IITAP Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT)
  • Director of STOP program
  • Adults, older adolescents, young adults, seniors. Individuals, couples, families, group
  • Specialty Areas:  Psychological and risk assessments; sexual dysfunction; compulsivity/addiction; assault/ perpetration; and male survivors.  Anxiety disorders; depression; anger management.

Corey Lewis, MS, LPC, S.C. x105

  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • CSAT-Candidate
  • Adults, adolescents, children. Individuals, couples, families.
  • Treatment for anxiety, depression, life change, adjustment, ADHD, identity (gender, sexuality), conduct, divorce, separation, trauma, grief.
  • Specialty areas: sexualized behaviors and offending behaviors with children and adolescents.

Jennifer A. Miroslaw, MS, LPC, S.C. x207

  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Adolescents, adults. Individuals, couples, families
  • Specialty Areas: Sexual problems;  sexual dysfunction; sexual trauma; couples and marital sex therapy; pre-marital sexuality; sexuality/adjustment for new parents. Trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy.

Stephanie L Oestreich MA, LPC, S.C. x102

  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Children, adolescents, adults. Individuals, families
  • Specialty Areas: Child and adolescent behavioral and emotional concerns; Parenting; Trauma specific treatment; Young adult and women’s mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, self esteem and relationship concerns.

Kathryn Webster, MSSW, LCSW, S.C. x209

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Adults, children, adolescents. Individuals, couples, families
  • Specialty areas:  Behavioral concerns of children and adolescents; effects of domestic abuse in adults and children; effects of child abuse, sexual abuse and assault issues for children ages 3 and up; and, adults with issues in divorcing and blended families.

Jennifer Wilgocki, MS, S.C., LCSW x107

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Children, adolescents, adults. Individuals, families
  • Specialty areas:  Adolescent emotional and behavioral problems; EMDR: trauma specific treatment.

Nick S. Yackovich, PhD, S.C. x482

  • Licensed Psychologist
  • Adults, older adolescents, young adults, seniors. Individuals, couples, families, group
  • Specialty Areas:  Forensic Psychological/Psychosexual and risk assessments; general psychological evaluations; substance use disorders; and behavioral disorders.  Anxiety disorders; depression; anger management
  • Trainings and workshops regarding a variety of forensic issues including sex offender treatment and assessment; working with personality disorders; treatment program development; and inmate re-entry.
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Midwest Center for Psychotherapy & Sex Therapy · 6300 University Avenue, Suite 125 · Middleton, WI 53562 · (P) 608-237-8000 · (F) 608-237-8005