Counseling Services

To schedule an appointment, please call (920) 437-8256.

Outpatient Counseling Outpatient Counseling

We have experienced therapists who provide outpatient counseling for individual, couple or family issues. We promote psychological health through the integration of mind, body and spirit. Our therapists specialize in various areas including depression, anxiety, grief, ADHD, abuse issues, and much more. We work with children, adolescents and adults. Please review our staff list to find a therapist who will be a good fit for you.

The outpatient department is composed of professional counselors and medical professionals with the following professional certifications:

  • Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC)
  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT)
  • Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW)
  • Psychologist (PhD, PsyD)
  • Certified Substance Abuse Counselors (CSAC)

Many health insurance plans provide mental health benefits; all or part of your session fee may be covered. AFCS may also provide an adjusted fee to make counseling affordable for those who are uninsured and underinsured. We remain committed to providing the highest quality service to all of our clients, regardless of their pay source.

Fees that are the responsibility of the client are due at the time of service. Please see our Frequently Asked Questions or call (920) 437-8256 for more information.

Important Documents

New Patient Forms

Client Rights & Grievance Procedure

Release of Information Form

Discharge Policy

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapy

The mind can often heal itself naturally, in the same way as the body does. Much of this natural coping mechanism occurs during sleep, particularly during rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) utilizes this natural process in order to successfully treat Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Therapist Cindy Bartel is trained to use EMDR. More on EMDR .

MORE Program

In 2008, AFCS and six partner agencies-Bellin Psychiatric Center, Golden House, N.E.W. Community Clinic, New Community Shelter, The House of Hope and St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter-were selected to be the recipient of the US Oil Open Fund for Basic Needs Collaborative Grant. The Greater Green Bay Community Foundation led the selection process for this $300,000 award ($100,00 per year for 3 years). These seven agencies have collaborated to develop the Mental health Outreach Resource Expansion (MORE) Program. The staff travel to each location, thus making it more convenient and accessible for the persons who will be accessing the services, as well as providing continuity of care. Services include mental health counseling, psychiatric assessment and medication management, psycho-education and staff consultation through the dedicated services of a full-time mental health therapist and a half-time Advanced Practice Nurse Prescriber. If you would like more information about the services this grant supports, please contact us at (920) 437-8256.