The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency ended on May 11, 2023. MCPST has made the decision that on this date masks will be optional in all locations of the clinic. Therapists will wear a mask or request that clients wear a mask at the therapist’s discretion in their own office. You are always welcome to wear a mask and masks will be available at the lobby door for you.
If you are feeling ill or showing symptoms of illness, please contact your provider to change to a TeleHealth appointment or reschedule your appointment.
Clinicians at MCPST continue to provide services to clients through Telemedicine with our secure EHR system and ZOOM or in person. Clinicians at MCPST are independent practitioners. Each provider is evaluating and making their individual decisions regarding doing In person sessions based on multiple factors including whether your insurance covers telemedicine services. Please talk with your provider about questions you may have about this.
For future updates, check this website and talk with your provider.
Midwest Center for Psychotherapy and Sex Therapy (MCPST) has been an Outpatient Mental Health Clinic since 1973. All of our therapists are licensed to practice psychotherapy by the Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing. Many therapists also have advanced training and specialized certifications by their professional organizations.
MCPST therapists are dedicated to providing quality mental health and evaluation services to individuals of all ages, couples and families. We have specialized training and expertise in a wide range of areas. We provide evaluation and treatment in the areas listed below:
- General mental health services
- Child, adolescent, and family difficulties
- Sexual health related issues
- Trauma resolution
- Sexual offender evaluation and treatment
- Sexual compulsivity and addiction assessment and treatment
- Assessment and psychotherapy for individuals with developmental disabilities
In addition to providing psychotherapy services, we provide psychological evaluations and consultations to other professionals and agencies and coordinate services to enhance treatment.