Virtual Introduction of our Clinicians
Laura G. Chellman, RN
Interim Counseling Services Director
Luke Fedie, MS, LPC
Clinical Services ManagerLuke 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 for Counseling Services
Wendy Brousseau, MS, MFT
Wendy earned a Bachelor's Degree from UW - Eau Claire and Master's Degree from Argosy University - American School of Professional Psychology in Marriage and Family Therapy. Her history includes working with individuals, couples, families, and groups. Her specialties include: grief/loss, sexual orientation, gender identity, multicultural concerns, depression, relationships, anxiety and self-esteem issues. She primarily uses solution -ocused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing. Wendy works as a clinician and intern supervisor in Counseling Services.
Jenny Hlava, MS, LPC
Roberta Holman, MS, LPC, SAC
Rosemary O'Brien, Ph.D.
Virtual Introduction of our Interns
Master's Level InternKristen is currently an intern at Counseling Services and is supervised by Roberta Holman. She is in the process of completing her Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling at the University of Wisconsin - Stout.
Master's Level Intern
Bio coming soon!
Master's Level Intern
Ashley is a Master's level intern at UWEC Counseling Services. She is supervised by Luke Fedie. She is in the process of completing her Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling at the University of Wisconsin Stout. Ashley's areas of interest include depression, anxiety, adjustment to college,and concerns related to gender identity and sexual orientation. Ashley works from a humanistic and cognitive behavioral approach. Ashley also teaches the First Offender Alcohol Education Class.