Virtual Introduction of our Clinicians
Luke Fedie, MS, LPC
Clinical Services Manager
Luke earned his Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Wisconsin - Stout and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Luke's primary approaches include solution focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and interpersonal approaches to counseling. Luke also uses a variety of mindfulness approaches with clients, including meditation, guided imagery, and breathing exercises.
Luke enjoys working with students with a variety of concerns, including depression, identity issues, family concerns, anxiety, relationships, personal growth, adjustment issues, and grief and loss. Luke works as the clinical services manager, a clinician, and a case manager in Counseling Services
Jenny Hlava, MS, LPC
Jenny earned her Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Wisconsin - Stout. She uses a primarily cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused approach when working with clients. Jenny enjoys working with students with a variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety, relationships, personal growth, and adjustment issues.
Roberta Holman, MS, LPC, SAC
Roberta earned a Bachelor's Degree from UW-Eau Claire and Master's Degree from UW-Stout in Guidance and Counseling with an emphasis in Substance Abuse Counseling. She has extensive history working with a broad spectrum of people. Her specialties include: women's issues, depression, anxiety, substance abuse and other addictions, self-esteem issues, and post-traumatic stress disorder (EMDR trained clinician). Roberta is also the AODA Coordinator and First Offender Alcohol Education Class Coordinator.
Jordan Gilbertson, Master's Level Intern
Jordan is currently an intern at Counseling Services and is supervised by Dr. Rosie O'Brien. She is in the process of completing her Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling at the University of Wisconsin - Stout, and will graduate in December 2016. Jordan’s areas of interest include anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, and concerns regarding identity and self-esteem. Her main theoretical orientations revolve around components of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person Centered Therapy, and Mindfulness.
Ashley Walton, Master's Level Intern
Bio coming soon!
McKenzie Erickson, Master's Level Intern
McKenzie is an intern at Counseling Services and is supervised by Roberta Holman. She is in the process of completing her Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Wisconsin - Stout and will graduate in December 2016. McKenzie's areas of interest include anxiety, depression, issues related to domestic violence, grief and loss, and adjustment issues. Her primary theoretical orientations include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Person Centered Therapy.
Pete Chellman, MS, Guidance & Counseling
Pete earned his Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Wisconsin - Stout. He is the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Coordinator at UW-Eau Claire. As the Coordinator of the EAP Program, Pete assists in administrative tasks relating to the program. His interests include anger managment, depression, and relationships.
Rosemary O'Brien, Ph.D.
Rosie received her doctorate degree from the Minnesota
School of Professional. She is particularly interested in helping clients with a variety of issues, including adjustment to college, interpersonal/relational concerns, anxiety, depression, multicultural concerns, concerns related to sexual orientation and gender identity, family dynamics, acculturation, grief and loss, and working with survivors of sexual assault or abuse. She works from a client-centered, interpersonal, and brief psychodynamic approach and places great importance on clients' relationships with others and themselves. She seeks to provide a therapeutic relationship that serves as a vehicle for new experiences and deeper self- understanding for clients. She believes the counseling relationship to be a collaborative one that empowers clients to grow and change using their inherent strengths both during and after counseling has ended.