Shannon Juniper Neimeko, MAAT, LPC
Identifies as White, Queer, and Genderqueer
Mental Health Counseling, Art Therapy
Shannon is a counselor and art therapist with an emphasis on serving LGBTQ+ and TGNC people, identity development, and supporting those experiencing minority stress. In their practice, Shannon aspires to support you in building resilience, crafting and owning narratives in ways that honor your strength and knowledge, and partnering with you in the service of your therapeutic goals.
As the former coordinator for Trans & Gender Non-Conforming Mental Health Services at UW-Madison's University Health Services, they have extensive experience providing counseling for TGNC and gender expansive people and in writing letters in support of HRT and gender affirming surgeries. They also have experience supporting individuals who are dually diagnosed with mental health and substance use concerns, and are trained in utilizing harm reduction psychotherapy. Shannon operates from a feminist and anti-oppression framework.
WI Licensed Professional Counselor 5517-125
Heatherwynn Seeley-Schreck, MA, LMFT
Identifies as Queer and Genderqueer
Mental Health Counseling, Somatic Therapy
Heatherwynn holds an MA in Counseling Psychology with a focus in Somatic Psychotherapy from California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, California and is licensed in Wisconsin. They also do Trauma-Focused Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and hold certifications with Natural Lifemanship and EAGALA. They are currently working toward certification in Somatic Experiencing to further their education and integrate more Somatic work into therapies.
Heatherwynn practices Somatic Psychotherapy through integration of different healing modalities. As a Somatic therapist and one who has worked in the Mental Health field for 18 years, they are passionate about learning and integrating how to heal from different traumas.
Heatherwynn’s areas of specialization are LGBTQIQ identities, Gender, Sexuality, Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Communication and DBT skills education. They have worked with adolescents as well as adults in many capacities ranging from individual/couples counseling, crisis work, group facilitation, and outreach.
WI Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor 1036-124