“The best way out is always through.”
-Robert Frost

Welcome! Pathways Consulting is a private outpatient mental health clinic offering counseling services to adults, children, couples and families. At Pathways, we are honored to be meeting the needs of patients in southeastern Wisconsin since 2000. We understand that life can be challenging and that everyone responds to those challenges in different ways. We also understand that reaching out for help can sometimes be the hardest step towards recovery. Our therapists are here to provide customized counseling services to help all of our clients, young and old, achieve good mental health.

Our mission is to provide sensitive, culturally appropriate, confidential, and professional help to those persons who entrust us with their care. All of the therapists at Pathways are fully licensed and have specific areas of focus; our innovative methods can provide new and effective techniques for processing trauma. Specialized therapies offered include brainspotting, the Gottman Method, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and acceptance and commitment (ACT) therapy. Please contact us to discuss your specific needs.

We offer three convenient locations in southeastern Wisconsin to meet the needs of our growing client base. Services are provided at 4633 Washington Road, Kenosha; 6929 Mariner Drive, Suite C in Racine; and at our western location: 609 N. Pine Street in Burlington. Evening appointments are available at each location. We offer bilingual services and Saturday morning appointments at the Kenosha location only. Substance abuse assessments are performed at all three offices.

There are no psychiatrists at any of the Pathways offices. No prescriptions are written and no medication is provided.

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Happiness Journey

September 19th, 2019|0 Comments

“How do I achieve happiness?” That’s a question I’m asked a lot during my sessions with my clients. They want to know how to “get to happiness” and I constantly have to reframe [...]

Neuroplasticity

July 23rd, 2019|0 Comments

Why are bad habits so hard to break?  Why are healthy habits so hard to stick to?  Both of these questions present themselves from time to time in therapy.  At least some of [...]

Self harm

April 17th, 2019|0 Comments

Oftentimes when individuals hear the words self-mutilation they imagine gruesome, bloody images of cuts, burns, bruises, and other markings.  Self-harm is a growing epidemic in the world today and in recent times has [...]

Nature Therapy

March 27th, 2019|0 Comments

Spring is here!  Maybe the temperature doesn’t feel like it yet, but the calendar says spring is here.  More hours of sunlight and increasing temperatures make spending time outside more inviting and research [...]