Our Therapists
Dave Aardappel

David Aardappel, MSW, LCSW
Dave has been helping people achieve their goals and dreams for over forty-five years. He earned his Masters in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and Two Year Post Graduate Certificate in Marriage & Family Therapy from the Family Institute of Chicago. He has extensive leadership and management experience running organizations up to 450 employees, so he understands the needs and stresses of people in leadership positions.

At Northshore, David uses a full range of treatment options in his counseling practice including; Hypnosis, Cognative-Behavioral Therapy, Coaching, and work with spirituality and faith. His therapy style is gentle, encouraging and supportive at the same time, insightful and educational. He works with children through older adults. He works with a full range of mood disorders, life adjustments, grief and marriage and family matters.

Craig L. Abrams, PHD

Craig L. Abrams, PHD
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Craig earned his Ph.D. from the University of Vermont. After completing an internship at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, he served as the Director of Clinical Training at Chicago's Mount Sinai Hospital. In his Sheboygan practice, Craig treats adults, children, and families, concentrating his expertise on the treatment of:
-- Anxiety disorders (including panic, OCD, and phobias)
-- Behavioral and mood issues
-- Eating disorders
Craig is available to speak at local schools and community organizations.

Tanya Bricco Tanya Bricco, MSW, LCSW, SAC
Tanya has over 15 years experience with both children and adults in the behavioral health field, ten of those working with individuals in the criminal and court systems. She specializes in substance abuse treatment focusing on person centered treatment planning with a strength based approach. Tanya is trained in Dialectic Behavior Therapy, proven extremely useful for those with difficulty regulating their emotional state and Motivational Interviewing to help those deciding how and in what ways to make changes. Tanya can provide effective treatment for individuals and families experiencing:

--Alcohol and drug abuse/dependency
--Anxiety and mood disorders
--Anger Management
--Bipolar Disorders

Patti Brinkman, MSW, LCSW Patti Brinkman, MSW, LCSW
With more than 30 years of experience to benefit her patients, Patti specializes in treating victims of sexual assault, sexual abuse and trauma, and evaluates adolescent perpetrators of these behaviors. A member of the National Association of Social Workers and the Academy of Certified Social Workers, Patti is a Board Certified Diplomat in Clinical Social Work, and an instructor of social workers for the State of Wisconsin.
Experienced working with high-conflict parenting cases, and adults and children struggling with divorce, she also provides divorce mediation services and teaches "Remember the Children" for the Family Court in Sheboygan County. Patti's expertise may benefit:
-- Children, teens, adults, and families
-- Victims of sexual assault/abuse/trauma
-- Those experiencing depression and/or anxiety
-- Women and the unique issues they face
-- The best interests of children at the center of custody suits via custody studies
Jessica Burns

Jessica Burns, LPC-IT, MS
Jessica is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She earned her Master of Science degree in Educational Psychology with a focus in Community Counseling. She also has educational background in Art Therapy. Jessica believes that the counseling approach should fit the individual, but most often uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, or a Person-Centered approach. Jessica has experience working with individuals who have issues including:
--Bipolar Disorders

Lori Dielentheis, MSW, LCSW

Lori Dielentheis, MSW, LCSW, LMFT
A Licensed Clinical Social Worker with post-graduate training in Solution-Focused (Brief) Therapy, Lori has a special interest and training in counseling couples, and completed her studies at the Family Therapy Training Institute in Milwaukee to further enhance her skills. She has extensive experience counseling via Employee Assistance Programs, with a focus on helping employees develop their abilities in conflict resolution and communication. She is available to speak on a variety of wellness, mental health and workplace issues. Lori has experience and expertise in treating:
--Couples: affairs, communication problems, fighting, adjustment to life's changes, divorce decision-making and distance in relationships
--Individual Adults: grief and loss, depression including post-partum depression, relationship issues, workplace problems, and anxiety


Mike Hyduke Mike Hyduke, LCSW, SAC, IDP-AT  
Mike earned his Master's Degree from the University of WI-Milwaukee and has 24 years of experience working with adults, teens and families. He does voluntary, court ordered and employer referred assessments in the areas of Substance Abuse, Mental Health and Anger Management. He has extensive training in both Mental Health and AODA issues and has done individual, family, couple and group counseling. Mike uses reality based person-centered solution-focused models of counseling to affect desired changes in behavior. He assesses and works with clients that are dually diagnosed with issues in both Substance Abuse and Mental Health and supports readiness to change with clients in all forms of therapy. He is available to speak to local schools and community organizations on a variety of topics related to Substance Abuse and Mental Health.

Troy Krepsky Troy Krepsky, MA, LPC, CADC
Troy brings over 20 years of experience in the behavioral health field to his practice as a Licensed Professional Counselor. He works collaboratively with his clients to provide them with individualized treatment that focuses on their strengths. Troy has worked to develop and implement a non-profit program to improve the lives of individuals with mental health issues in Sheboygan County. He is trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and he is a member of the American Counseling Association. Troy has experience working with adolescents and adults to treat a variety of issues including:
-- Alcohol and Substance Use Issues
-- Anger Management
-- Depression and Mood Disorders
-- Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorders
Lisa Reinemann

Lisa Reinemann, MA, LPC
A graduate of Marquette University, Lisa earned her M.A. in clinical psychology from Bowling Green State University. She uses a person centered treatment approach while recognizing the impact that the outside environment (including home and work) has on a person. Lisa has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families with a variety of issues, including:
-- Depression
-- Anxiety
-- Relationships and Communication
-- Behavioral Concerns
-- Anger Management
-- Effective Parenting
-- Trauma

Jennifer Robers Miller, M.S., LPC

Jennifer Robers Miller, M.S., LPC
A licensed professional counselor specializing in infant and toddler mental health. She obtained her Master of Science Degree in Counseling Psychology in 2001 from Loyola College in Maryland. While at Loyala, Jennifer was part of a pioneering Head Start Mental Health Project targeting early intervention for children suffering the effects of exposure to trauma, poverty, and other mental health and behavioral issues. As an active member of the community, Jennifer regularly gives workshops and trainings to local daycare providers, early interventionists and parents. Jennifer is trained in the treatment of:
-- Effective Parenting
-- Multicultural Issues in Parenting
-- Behavioral/Interactional Problems in Young Children
-- Speech and Language Development
-- Sensory Integration Dysfunction
-- Reactive Attachment Disorder
-- Adoption Issues

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