Therapist Spotlight: Sean Oakley, MSW, LCSW

Sean is a psychotherapist at Wildflower. In his clinical practice, Sean draws on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and EMDR. Sean works with adolescents, adults, couples, and family structures experiencing stressful transitions including the transition to parenthood, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, sexual challenges, and relationship issues. Sean has extensive experience…

Therapist Spotlight: Riley Gramza, MA, ALMFT

Riley is a psychotherapist at Wildflower. Riley’s clinical areas of specialty include relationship challenges, depression, anxiety, substance and process addictions, trauma, and grief. As a marriage and family therapist, Riley has a particular interest in working with couples and families. Additionally, Riley is currently pursuing specialized training in perinatal mental health. Riley earned a bachelor’s…

Therapist Spotlight: Julia Howard, LSW, MSW, RYT

Julia is a psychotherapist at Wildflower. Julia’s clinical areas of specialty include anxiety/OCD, high sensitivity, and relationship issues. She has specific interest in working with athletes/former athletes, career issues/burnout, and those who identify as highly sensitive and/or neurodivergent. Additionally, Julia is currently pursuing certification in perinatal mental health. Julia obtained her bachelor’s degree from Lafayette…

Therapist Spotlight: Natasha Slavin, MSW, LSW

Natasha is a psychotherapist at Wildflower. In her clinical work, Natasha draws on psychodynamic theory, relational therapy, narrative therapy, and trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy. She emphasizes emotional safety and collaboration as key components of the therapeutic endeavor. Natasha’s clinical areas of interest include working with queer, trans and gender nonconforming clients, sexuality, trauma, relationships, domestic…

Therapist Spotlight: Anthony Zwaga, LSW

Anthony is a psychotherapist at Wildflower. He completed his Master of Social Work degree with a major in mental and behavioral health and a minor in trauma informed care at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. He has worked with individuals with special needs, individuals experiencing homelessness, convicts, BIPOC population, LGBTQIA population, immigrants, high risk populations, and…

Therapist Spotlight: Regan Kasprak, MA, LPC

Regan is a psychotherapist at Wildflower. Her clinical interests include anxiety, depression, perinatal mental health, OCD, life transitions, relationship challenges, self-esteem, trauma, and gender and sexuality concerns. In her practice, Regan draws on various evidence-based theories, primarily Psychodynamic Theory, CBT, and ACT. Regan graduated from Northwestern University with a master’s degree in clinical mental health…

Therapist Spotlight: Sara Olkon, AM, LSW

Sara is a psychotherapist at Wildflower. Her clinical interests include sexuality and relationship issues, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, grief and loss, life transitions, and gender dysphoria. Her therapeutic approach is rooted in modalities that focus on how a client is living, what is keeping them stuck, and ways to increase one’s sense of vitality…

Therapist Spotlight: Jennifer Nudo, MA, LCSW

What inspired you to pursue a career as a psychotherapist? I realized I wanted to be a psychotherapist during my first year internship experience in graduate school. When I started social work graduate school, I planned to focus on policy and administrative work. However, during my internship I discovered that I loved working directly with…

Therapist Spotlight: Natalie Breitmeyer, MA, LCPC, R-DMT, RYT

Natalie is a psychotherapist at Wildflower. Natalie’s approach to psychotherapy is grounded in deep appreciation for the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit. She describes her orientation to clinical work as person-centered, trauma-informed, holistic, and mindfulness-based. Natalie is also a Registered Dance/Movement Therapist and a Registered Yoga Therapist. She received her Bachelor’s degree in theater…

Therapist Spotlight: Mahin Khader, MS, LPC

Mahin (she/her) is a psychotherapist and intake coordinator at Wildflower. Mahin believes in the importance of honoring the unique experiences and needs of her clients and tailoring her clinical approach accordingly. Her relational, person-centered stance is combined with evidence-based therapies such as DBT and ACT. Mahin’s areas of specialty include anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions,…