Neal is passionate about delivering DBT the way it was designed to help his clients move toward a life experienced as worth living as quickly as possible. He completed his Intensive DBT training in 2003 and received his individual certification as part of the first cohort of therapists in the nation to do so in 2015. He is the team leader of the Adult DBT team at the Center for Behavioral Medicine and was one of the first 4 programs in the country to receive program certification by the Linehan Board of Certification. In addition to his individual therapy and running skills groups for the past 20-25 years, Neal has done extensive training and consultation work around the state of Wisconsin, presenting at a number of conferences and over the years including the Wisconsin Psychological Association, the Midwest Conference on Childhood Sexual Abuse, and the Wisconsin Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. He has facilitated implementation of DBT at number of county programs and other agencies including Ascension Healthcare, Rock County, North Central Healthcare, Ozaukee County, Meta House, and the Norris Center. He also has a special interest in applying Exposure based techniques to help his clients through PTSD, OCD, and other Anxiety Disorders.
Kim Skerven, PhD
Kim Skerven is a Licensed Psychologist. She earned her BA from Ripon College, MSW from the University of New Hampshire, and PhD in Clinical Psychology from Marquette University. She is a strong advocate for Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and is proud to be a member of the treatment team at the Center for Behavioral Medicine. Kim began doing DBT in 1997, and currently conducts individual therapy and DBT skills training group. In addition to DBT, Kim’s clinical interests include issues relevant to women’s lives and working with the LGBTQ+ community. She has experience working with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, and relationship concerns. Kim greatly values getting to know each of her clients individually as a person, because a strong working relationship leads to meaningful therapy. Kim is a Certified DBT Clinician through the Linehan Board of CertificationTM.
Henry Boeh, PhD
Henry Boeh is a Licensed Psychologist who earned his PhD in Clinical Psychology from Marquette University. He trained as a student at the Center for Behavioral Medicine for two years, and is very happy to be back as part of the treatment team. Henry is passionate about Dialectical Behavior Therapy and providng the best quality care possible. He strives to work as a team with clients to help them achieve their goals and make changes previously seen as impossible. Henry is a Certified DBT Clinician through the Linehan Board of CertificationTM.
Julia Psicihulis, LPC
Julia L. Psicihulis is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Her degrees include an MS in Community Counseling from Mt. Mary College and a BA from St. Olaf College. Her internship and training experiences took place at Rogers Memorial Hospital, where she became the primary therapist and case manager in their residential treatment program for adults with eating disorders and anxiety disorders. Since 2009, she has treated individuals of all ages with emotion dysreguation, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, depression, and general self-esteem and body image concerns. Julia joined the Center for Behavioral Medicine in February 2013, and received extensive training in comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). She now leads a DBT skills group, and provides DBT and Cognitive Behavior Therapy for her individual clients. Julia is dedicated to developing and maintaining genuine, warm and honest relationships with her clients. She has a strong passion for helping individuals identify and utilize their own personal strengths in ways that help them build lives worth living.
Megan Schiferl, LPC
Megan Schiferl earned her MS in Community Psychology from Alverno College and her BA from South Dakota State University. She completed an internship at Shorehaven Behavioral Health where she worked with families, adolescents, and adults. Megan believes that therapy should be a collaborative process between client and therapist founded in the theoretically sound practices of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). Megan works to create therapeutic relationships founded in trust, respect, and empathy in order to empower her clients to make changes.
Sarah Weber, LPC
Sarah Dunlap earned her MS in Community Psychology from Alverno College and her BA from Marquette University. She completed her internship at the Center for Behavioral Medicine being trained in the theory and practices of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). She quickly learned the impact of practicing DBT skills both in her own life and in helping clients recognize and validate their own strengths and abilities. Prior to graduate school, Sarah worked as a social worker for Wraparound REACH in Milwaukee specializing in community outreach and care with adolescents and their families who have experienced trauma. Sarah is passionate about building and maintaining warm and reliable relationships with her clients, focusing on each individual’s unique strengths and interests. Sarah works collaboratively with her clients promoting hope and independence in managing life’s challenges and striving for change.
Kyla Wessels, LPC
Kyla Wessels is an LPC who earned her MS in Community Psychology from Alverno College. Kyla completed her internship at Family Options Counseling and also worked at Rogers Memorial Hospital where she discovered the value and effectiveness that DBT provides. Kyla works to provide a safe, non-judgmental therapeutic relationship that opens the door for clients to gain the skills they need to build a life worth living and make lasting change.
Candi Clark, BS
Candi Clark is the Clinic Manager at the Center for Behavioral Medicine. Candi earned her BS in social welfare from UW-Milwaukee. She has been working in the mental health field for the past 14 years.
Cindy Moglowsky, BA
Cindy Moglowsky is the Administrative Assistant at the Center for Behavioral Medicine. She earned her BA in Elementary Education from Alverno College. Prior to joining the clinic in July 2020, Cindy was a kindergarten teacher for 22 years.
Madisen Stoler, LPC-IT
Madisen Stoler earned her MS in Community Psychology from Alverno College and her BA from Macalester College. Prior to graduate school, Madisen worked at various Milwaukee High Schools and nonprofit organizations, leading classes and groups focused on restorative practices and emotional development. During her final year at Alverno, she completed her internship at Center for Behavioral Medicine, throwing herself completely into DBT and witnessing the power of DBT skills in her own life and the lives of her clients. She views therapy as a powerful relationship and tool that helps clients tackle life’s challenges in order to lead meaningful lives, and is committed to meeting each person with compassion, care, and the nudges needed to change. She is especially passionate about supporting clients through life transitions and grief.
Kevin Haworth, PhD
Kevin Haworth is a Licensed Psychologist. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Northern Colorado and spent several years contributing to clinical research projects at the University of Washington before earning his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM). He first gained an appreciation for Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) as a graduate student trainee at the Center for Behavioral Medicine (CBM). He continued his training in DBT during his internship at the VA Boston Healthcare Center. After his internship, Kevin completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at Duke University focused on clinical research and further training in DBT. He was excited to move back to Wisconsin and rejoin the team at CBM. He is deeply passionate about client care and seeks to further his growth as a clinician. In addition to being a Psychologist at CBM, Kevin is an Assistant Clinical Professor at UWM.
Taylor Davine, PhD
Taylor Davine is a postdoctoral trainee at the Center for Behavioral Medicine (CBM). He completed his B.A. from San Diego State University and Ph.D. from the clinical psychology program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Taylor completed three years of training in DBT at CBM as a graduate student trainee, and one year of training at a residential program for adolescents. Taylor moved to Wyoming for a one-year clinical internship at the Cheyenne VA Medical Center where he worked with veterans diagnosed with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and/or Substance Use Disorder in a residential program. Taylor fosters a safe and inclusive therapeutic space for all individuals and has experience working with LGBTQ+ individuals, veterans, adults and adolescents.