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About our team

The Wisconsin Child Psychiatry Consultation Program (CPCP) is comprised of a multidisciplinary team of clinicians and administrators:

 
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Scott Belanger, MCRP, is the division administrator of the pediatric specialty practice unit of Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and Medical College of Wisconsin's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine. He received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and his master’s degree in city and regional planning from Rutgers University. He has been with MCW since 2011.

Michelle Broaddus Michelle Broaddus, PhD, is the program evaluator for the Wisconsin Child Psychiatry Consultation Program as well as an assistant professor in the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine. She obtained her doctorate from the University of Colorado, Boulder. 
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Jonathan Blake, BS, is the Northern region clinical program coordinator for the Wisconsin Child Psychiatry Consultation Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin, in partnership with Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree and a certification in recreation therapy from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Jonathan has worked as an adult crisis prevention program supervisor, coordinated behavioral support services for families, managed a residential diagnostic treatment center for at-risk youth, worked as a child and adult recreation therapist, and has been a youth counselor for children with autism.

Robert Chayer Robert Chayer, MD, is the Chucker Aring chair in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, the vice-chair of Child and Adolescent Services, and an associate professor in the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine.  Dr. Chayer attended medical school at Rush University and completed both his residency in psychiatry and his fellowship training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Hangiandreou_Gabriella120x159 Gabriella Hangiandreou, MD, is an assistant professor in the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine. She attended medical school, psychiatry residency, and child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine. She has spent her post-graduate career as a child and adolescent psychiatrist in the Northern region of Wisconsin and was an early adoptee of the consultative model of child psychiatry.
Herr photo Sara Herr, BA, is the Southeastern region clinical program coordinator for the Wisconsin Child Psychiatry Consultation Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin, in partnership with Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and has worked 20 years in program management, supervision and direct service throughout many areas of mental health and social services.
Matthew Jandrisevits Matthew Jandrisevits, PhD, is a pediatric clinical psychologist at the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. He obtained his doctorate from the University of Wisconsin and completed fellowship training at Oakland Children’s Hospital.
Rosa Kim Rosa Kim, MD, is an assistant professor in the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine as well as an attending for the consultation-liaison service at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. She attended medical school at the University of Kentucky and completed both her residency in psychiatry and her fellowship training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at New York Medical College.
Jon Lehrmann Jon Lehrmann, MD, is the chairperson of the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine.  He is also the Charles E. Kubly professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine as well as the associate chief of staff for mental health at the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center in Milwaukee. He attended the Medical College of Wisconsin and completed his residency training in psychiatry there to follow.
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Tracy Oerter, MS, is the director of mental health services for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology at the University of Wisconsin and a Master’s degree in Organizational Science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Richard Robinson Richard Robinson, MSM, is a mental health intake supervisor for the Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Department at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. He received his master’s degree from Cardinal Stritch University. In his role as a mental health intake supervisor at Children's Hospital, he is well versed in community resources throughout the Southeastern region of the state.
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Scott Sandage, DO, is an associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Medical College of Wisconsin and an attending psychiatrist on the consultation-liaison service at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. After finishing his general psychiatry residency at Medical College of Wisconsin, he completed his training and has spent most of his career in the Chicago area. He did his child and adolescent fellowship at Children’s Memorial Hospital in partnership with Northwestern University and was an attending and faculty there for 7 years. He was division chief of child and adolescent psychiatry at Lutheran General Hospital for 8 years before he ran his private practice in the suburb of Skokie, IL for 15 years. In October 2015, Dr. Sandage joined the faculty at Medical College of Wisconsin and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, and became a part of the Wisconsin Child Psychiatry Consultation Program.

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Christopher Takala, DO, is an assistant professor in the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine as well as an attending for the consultation-liaison service at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. He attended medical school at the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed both his residency in psychiatry and his fellowship training in child and adolescent psychiatry at Mayo Clinic.

 








 

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