Racine Location

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Pathways Consulting is a private outpatient mental health clinic serving southeastern Wisconsin for over 17 years. Our fully licensed professional clinicians offer counseling services to adults, children ages 6 and up, couples, and families. Pathways Consulting is committed to helping our clients ease stress, learn skills to live a life that is as fulfilling as possible, provide education around mental health and improve the relationships that are most important to you.

All Pathways therapists have completed their highest level of training (which includes obtaining their master’s degree and fulfilling 3,000 therapy hours) and are fully licensed. We have no “in-training” therapists.

The Racine location opened in 2014 and offers easy access for clients, along with onsite parking. Four therapists provide services to clients in the Racine area. Stephanie Palmer, LPC specializes in therapy for LGBTQ teens and adults. There are no psychiatrists at any of the Pathways offices. No prescriptions are written and no medication is provided. At this time, we do not offer EMDR therapy in the Racine office. Please contact our Kenosha or Burlington office for assistance. All locations offer evening hours.

When you have arranged for an appointment you will be asked to complete several intake forms. You may download them from our website, pick them up at the office in advance, or request that we mail them to you. Please fill out all of the forms prior to your appointment.

Together, you and your therapist will develop a treatment plan and jointly decide how often you will meet, what time will be most suitable, and what other information might be needed.

Racine Address:
6929 Mariner Drive, Suite C, Racine, WI 53406

Racine Contact Information:
Phone: (262) 456-4056

Pathways staff provides therapy services for clients in the following problem areas:
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Post traumatic stress
  • Relationship and marriage challenges
  • Grief
  • Alcohol recovery
  • Drug recovery
  • Family conflict
  • Behavior issues