Wendy Yurk, MS, LPC
To help achieve the goals you have in mind, whether you wish to improve the quality of your life or better cope with life’s difficulties, I offer many years of experience and a collaborative, non-judgmental approach. My orientation is wholistic–mind, body, and spirit–in order to help you with the areas in which you want to focus. I use a variety of therapeutic techniques, especially those of cognitive-behavioral origin.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). My undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Arts in psychology, was earned at at Lakeland College in Sheboygan. I also have a Master of Science degree in educational psychology, with emphases in community counseling and school counseling, from UW–Milwaukee. I am Wisconsin through and through.
Having worked in a number of settings, including outpatient mental health, university counseling, school counseling, and in-home autism treatment, I have broad experience as a counselor and therapist. These varied experiences have all enriched my career; however, my heart lies as an outpatient psychotherapist, so this is where I’ll stay.
Maintaining a strong community and professional presence has always been important to me. I am currently on the Board of Directors and several committees for Mental Health America in Sheboygan County, have been a member of the American Counseling Association since 1988, and actively participate in the Sheboygan County Chamber and the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce.
On a personal level, balance in my life ensures my own mental health. Quality relationships with my family and friends, a healthy and active lifestyle, a strong spiritual connection, and a good book reflect my top priorities. The more of these that I can accomplish in the surroundings of nature, the better!
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Jonathan Tyler, MA, LPC, SAC-IT
Born and raised in Sheboygan the health and vitality of the community and its individuals are important to me. I studied Sociology at the University of Minnesota where I received a Bachelor of Arts degree. Upon graduation I returned to Sheboygan and again became active in the community. Continuing my education at Lakeland College in Sheboygan I earned a Master of Arts degree in Community Counseling and K-12 School Counseling.
My professional focus is helping individuals and families cope with crisis and unmanageable emotions. I am CAMS trained and have work experience as a crisis counselor and as a psychotherapist on a state licensed behavioral health unit.
Furthering my commitment to the community I am a board member for Mental Health America in Sheboygan County, a representative for the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Committee of Healthy Sheboygan County 2020 and an active member of the nonprofit organization Sheboygan Visual Artists. I am a member of the American Counseling Association.