Dr. Christina Diorio, PH.D.

Phone: 414-431-4444 x100
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Christina Diorio, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in the treatment of children, adolescents and families. She has provided comprehensive therapeutic services for individuals ranging from ages five through adulthood. Dr. Diorioís approach is upbeat and solution focused. She strives to co-create treatment goals with her patients so that they achieve a better quality of life. 

Dr. Diorio has specialized training in working with individuals that have displayed inappropriate sexual behaviors. This may include providing consultation, direct treatment services and/or assessments. Dr. Diorio is the founder and director of the Alternatives to Sexual Assault Program. Dr. Diorio is also one of the founderís of Family Options Counseling. She is committed to the success of Family Options by creating effective, positive change in the families receiving services as well as a by creating a healthy work environment for the Family Options team of professionals.

Dr. Kimberly Young, PH.D.

Phone: 414-431-4444 x101
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Kimberly Young, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist with extensive experience working with children, adolescents and their families. Dr. Young has a wide range of experiences as an educator, school psychologist, and psychotherapist with an emphasis in serving the needs of children and adolescents with emotional and learning problems. Using a positive psychological approach to treatment, she empowers children and their families to achieve goals toward making healthier life choices.

Dr. Young specializes in working with a variety of concerns including developmental delays, anger management, behavioral control problems, involvement in risk-taking behaviors, and with adolescent sex offenders. She is the founder of the ASAP-PLUS program, Girls Pride, and the Choices anger management programs. Dr. Young is the program director for ASAP-PLUS, Girls Pride, the Choices anger management programs, and New Directions. Dr. Young is also a co-founder of Family Options Counseling.

Ms. Kristy White

Phone: 414-431-4444 x113
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Ms. Kristy White is the Office Manager for Family Options Counseling. Ms. White will greet clients as they enter Family Options and assist them in any way she can. She will follow through with phone calls from clients and handle billing procedures. Ms. White has had experience working with children and adolescents during an internship she completed at Family Options Counseling. She will either answer your questions or send you to the person who can.  

Ms Michelle Brown M.S. LPC-IT

Phone: 414-431-4444 x122
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Ms. Michelle Brown is a Licensed Professional Counselor - In Training (LPC-IT). She received her Bachelor of Science in Child Psychology from the University of Minnesota and her Masterís in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Children and Adolescents at Marquette University.

She has clinical experience working with children with behavioral and emotional concerns, including diagnoses such as oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. She also has experience working with children with Autism. Ms. Brown works from a collaborative, strengths-based approach and utilizes treatment methods such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, and solution focused therapy.

Ms Aasiyah Clark M.A. LPC-IT

Phone: 414-431-4444 x106
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Ms. Aasiyah Clark, M.A., LPC-IT. She received her masterís degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, from Xavier University of New Orleans. Ms. Clark has a special interest in postpartum depression and anxiety. She has a diverse range of experience in suicide prevention, substance use, trauma, grief and loss. Ms. Clark has certifications in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder, Safe Dates, Aggression Replacement Therapy, and has served as a Rape Crisis Advocate. Ms. Clark is able to provide a tailored treatment approach, in an effort to embrace the uniqueness of the individual. She emphasizes creating a safe and inclusive space for individuals and families to heal.

Ms. Nina Golemi LPC

Phone: 414-431-4444 x112
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Ms. Nina Golemi is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) at Family Options Counseling, LLC. She has experience working with a variety of clients from different backgrounds and belief systems. Ms. Golemi holds a certificate in Aggression Replacement Therapy (ART) and currently works with adults, adolescents, and children and their families. Ms. Golemi's primary focus is trauma informed treatment for victims of abuse as well as sex offense specific treatment for those who have engaged in sexualized behaviors. She provides individual, couples, and family therapy to clients struggling with various mental health disorders, restoration and recovery from abuse, and healing within relationships and family dynamics. Ms. Golemi also provides group therapy via the Alternatives to Sexual Assault Program (ASAP) and the Connect Group for Adolescent Girls. Ms. Golemi believes in empowering her clients by using a variety of clinical approaches, depending on individual needs. She views therapy as a collaborative experience in which she seeks to help her clients feel understood and have hope for the future.

Ms. Angela Luehring, LPC

Phone: 414-431-4444 x378
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Ms. Angela Luehring is a Licensed Professional Counselor at Family Options Counseling. She received her Masterís degree in the Community Counseling Program at Mount Mary College in Milwaukee. Ms. Luehring has completed an additional 90 hours of trauma education and has a Certificate of Completion in Trauma Counseling. She has also completed and is certified in Aggression Replacement Training, ART. Ms. Luehring currently works with children, adults, and families and provides individual, family, and group (ASAP & Social Skills for Kids) therapy. Her primary focus is sex offense specific treatment with juvenile offenders including the family restoration process along with treating victims of abuse/trauma. Ms. Luehring takes a behavioral approach to treatment but believes that treatment is unique to the individual incorporating a variety of treatment options.

Mr. Nicholas Lueloff, LPC-IT.

Phone: 414-431-4444 x123
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Mr. Nicholas Lueloff is a Licensed Professional Counselor Ė In Training (LPC-IT). He received his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and his Masterís in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from UW-Milwaukee. He has clinical experience working with multicultural populations ranging in age from preadolescent youth to middle age including individuals on the autism spectrum and those with cognitive delays. Mr. Lueloff specializes in working with adolescents and young adults addressing issues of anger management, sexualized behavior, impulsivity, depression, trauma, and family dynamics. He emphasizes creating a safe environment where clients can feel comfortable expressing themselves and explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Mr. Lueloff utilizes various psychological approaches, including cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused therapy, and is certified in Aggression Replacement Therapy.

Ms. Alycia Marin, LPC-IT.

Phone: 414-431-4444 x118
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Mrs. Alycia Marin is a Licensed Professional Counselor Ė In Training (LPC-IT). She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Western Michigan University and her Masterís degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from University of Wisconsin Ė Oshkosh. She has clinical experience working with children utilizing emotional regulation and play therapy as well as young adults and adults involved in the criminal justice system across multiple cultures and belief systems. Mrs Marin specializes in working with anxiety disorders, codependency and boundary concerns, depression, anger management, and trauma.

Dr. Hinhpalom A. Phouybanhdyt, PH.D.

Phone: 414-431-4444 x116
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Dr. Hinhpalom A. Phouybanhdyt (Phew-bahn-dit) received his bachelorís degree in Psychology from University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and his masterís and doctoral degrees in Counseling Psychology at University of Wisconsin-Madison.

As a part of his masterís and doctoral training, Dr. Phouybanhdyt has worked at University of WisconsinĖMadisonís Counseling and Consultation Services and Dane County of Mental Health Center providing comprehensive mental health and substance abuse/dependence treatment. Dr. Phouybanhdyt has also worked at Ethan Allen School for Boys and Southern Oaks Girls School and treated troubled adolescent boys and girls that were involved with the juvenile justice system for behavioral issues, legal issues, and sexual offenses.

Dr. Phouybanhdyt specializes in working with children, adolescents, and families addressing issues of neglect, sexual, physical, and emotional abuse. He also has clinical experiences addressing a variety of concerns including depression and other mood disorders, suicidal ideation, anxiety disorders (including posttraumatic stress disorder, PTSD), substance abuse/dependence, impulsivity/aggression/anger issues, attachment/oppositional defiant/conduct disorders, relationship and family dynamics, and grief. In addition, Dr. Phouybanhdyt has extensive experiences in working with Southeast Asian populations.

With regards to psychological approaches, Dr. Phouybanhdyt utilizes interpersonal process, cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, and family systems. Incorporating these approaches allows Dr. Phouybanhdyt to comprehensively understand the clientís presenting problems and achieve positive therapeutic outcomes with his clients.

Ms. Gabrielle Yank M.S. LPC-IT

Phone: 414-431-4444 x121
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Ms. Gabrielle Yank, M.S., LPC-IT received her Mastersí Degree from the University of Mary in Fargo, North Dakota. She is in the process of obtaining full licensure in Wisconsin. Gabrielle has experience working with children ages four to seventeen in a variety of areas including trauma, depression, anxiety, ADHD, self-esteem, and disruptive mood amongst other things. She approaches therapy from a person-centered perspective with a particular emphasis on utilizing play therapy, positive psychology, and skills-based techniques. Gabrielle believes in the unrepeatable value of every human being and seeks to honor their inherent capacity for transformation and growth. She sees therapy as a shared journey in which her role is to accompany the client in their walk towards hope and healing, creating connection on an often isolated road.

Mr. Alexander Yundt LPC

Phone: 414-431-4444 x102
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Mr. Alexander C. Yundt is a Licensed Professional Counselor at Family Options Counseling, LLC. Mr. Yundt received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology as well as his Masterís in Community Counseling from the University of Wisconsin Ė Milwaukee. He has clinical experience with multicultural populations ranging in age from 6 Ė 55+ years old, and utilizes various therapeutic strategies in order to best help his clients. In addition, he has certifications in Trauma-Informed Care, Community Building, and Aggression Replacement Therapy. He has previously worked with individuals with autism, and those with cognitive/intellectual delays. Mr. Yundt looks forward to serving the community.

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