Kenosha Child and Family Counseling
8207 22nd Ave., Suite 155
Kenosha, WI 53143
- (262) 652-5522
- (414) 266-3339 (new patients)
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Community Services therapists have experience working with children who have been victims of neglect and physical, sexual and emotional abuse. Our therapists have experience with issues related to:
- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
- Depression, anxiety, and family problems
- Foster care and adoption
- School problems
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Community Services therapists have extensive experience working with children, parents and families, including those involved in the child welfare system.
Kelly Enger, LPC, NCC, graduated from Mount Mary College in Milwaukee with a master's degree in Art Therapy and Counseling. She has experience working with adults and children with disabilities, working within the school system, as well as children in residential treatment and their families. She enjoys working with children and their families using a strength-based approach tailored to meeting the client's needs. Kelly frequently uses art therapy and play therapy and EMDR techniques. Her areas of interest include treating school based problems, anger control issues, trauma, attachment disorders, anxiety disorders and adjustment disorders. Kelly is dedicated to helping families to overcome conflicts and to build healthy relationships with each other.
Gretchen Huletz, PhD, LPC, is the supervisor for the Kenosha Child & Family Counseling program. She is a licensed professional counselor. Gretchen has experience working with depression, anxiety, attachment disorders, sexual abuse, anger management and trauma, and many other disorders. Gretchen received her bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She earned her master's degree in Educational Psychology with a specialization in Community Counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Gretchen completed her doctoral degree in General Psychology from Capella University. Her dissertation focused on gender differences in Reactive Attachment Disorder.
Annie Hysaw is a Child and Family Therapist for the Kenosha Child and Family Counseling program. Anne is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has worked with children and families for over 15 years. She has experience working with anxiety, depression, emotional disorder, behavioral disorders, loss and grief, attachment issues, trauma experiences, physical abuse and family violence. Anne has a special interest in ADHD and children under 10 years old. As a Strengths Based therapist, Anne focuses on the natural strengths and skills that each child and family already has, using them as building blocks for future success and problem-solving. Instead of just focusing attention on the problem, this approach strives to empower parents and children by drawing attention to the positives that already exist within and around them.
- People aren’t defined by their problems - they are defined by their ability to grow and change.