Dr. Joan Russo is a licensed psychologist who has been in private practice since 1985. She approaches her clients in a respect-based manner and enjoys a collaborative, teamwork approach to addressing life's challenges. She works with trauma survivors, couples and others with general mental health concerns. She is Intensively Trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and in 2006 was given a Service Award by the developer of that treatment. She coaches executives looking to enhance professional performance or explore career issues. She has led hundreds of workshops, conducts research and supervises and trains other professionals.
In addition to her Ph.D. she also earned her MBA degree at Marquette University in 2001.
Dr. Eric Kaplan is currently the Inpatient Director of Psychiatry at Columbia St. Maryís Hospital in Milwaukee, WI and the Medical Director of the Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Program at the Center for Behavioral Medicine.He received his undergraduate degree from Stanford University and went to Northwestern Medical School in Chicago.He completed a residency in psychiatry at Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Harvard Medical School.He is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Geriatric Psychiatry.
Neal Moglowsky received his Masterís degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and is a Licensed Professional Counselor.He has been working as a psychotherapist since 1995.His special expertise is in working with anxiety-based disorders and has received advanced training in this area.He also has been intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy.He is the clinical coordinator of the DBT program at our clinic.Neal has an infectious sense of commitment and motivation to the health of the clients he works with.
Kim Skerven did her undergraduate work at Ripon College, majoring in psychology.After graduating from Ripon, she earned a Master's degree in Social Work from the University of New Hampshire.While working as a psychotherapist in New Hampshire, Kim was part of a treatment team that received intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).After 6 years in New Hampshire, she moved back home to Wisconsin to continue her graduate education, and she earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Marquette University.At the Center for Behavioral Medicine, Kim offers individual psychotherapy (both DBT and non-DBT), and also facilitates a DBT skills training group.Kim's treatment style blends cognitive-behavioral techniques with a relational approach that emphasizes a strong therapeutic relationship.She also has a special interest in working with sexual minority clients.
We are located at 250 N Sunnyslope Road, Suite 128 in Brookfield, Wisconsin. We are one mile east of Brookfield Square Mall in the Bishop's Woods area.
From downtown Milwaukee heading west:Take I-94 west to exit 301 North (Moorland Road).At the first intersection (Blue Mound Road) turn right and head east for one mile. At the traffic signal turn right (Sunnyslope Road) heading south.Turn at the second driveway on your left.This is Maplewood Executive Center. We are on the first floor (Suite 128) across from the restrooms and next to Suite 150.
From the western suburbs:Take I-94 east and exit at the Moorland Road north exit.Continue with the above directions from there. Call 262-782-2820 with any questions.