Misty Woodland

 

Northern Roots
Therapy Center

 

 

Click on the email link below to connect with us!

reception@northernrootstherapycenter.com

**Currently accepting Dean SSM, Quartz, Blue Cross Blue Shield Anthem, Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin (GHC-SCW), WPS, The Alliance, SHIP, Forward Health/Medicaid**

2960 Triverton Pike Drive, Ste 102

Fitchburg, WI 53711

AND

6702 Stonefield Road, Ste 101

Middleton, WI 53562

Phone: 608-400-3818

Fax: 608-709-8066

What We Work With....

  •  Worry, Nervousness

  •  Irritableness, Anger

  •  Sadness, Despair

  •  Gender Identity Exploration

  •  Bi-racial Identity Exploration

  •  Obsessive Thoughts and Repetitive Behaviors

  •  Eating Disorders, Disordered Eating, Body Image Concerns

  •  Substance Abuse & AODA issues

  •  Trauma & PTSD

  •  Couples and Relationship Exploration

  •  Grief & Loss

  •  Families and Friends of Those Impacted

  • LGBT+ Issues

  • Stress Management

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About Northern Roots Therapy Center...

Northern Roots Therapy Center was established to provide an accepting and supportive environment for all individuals in our community. We firmly and passionately believe that every individual who seeks out therapy should be met with kindness and respect, and our staff aims to forge a relationship that feels truly safe. In the therapeutic process, we encourage open conversations between clients and therapists around identity, with attention to how our experiences are informed by our race, gender, sexuality, ability, and other aspects of culture. Our world and the context we live in is ever-changing. With this in mind, we actively seek opportunities to enhance our perspectives and skillsets to meet the needs of a diverse community through in-service trainings and community-centered collaboration. We are proud to welcome individuals of all backgrounds, all genders, and all members of the LGBTQ+ community.

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Who We Help.....

We provide support and therapy to individuals, couples, and families of ALL ages and backgrounds.  This includes children, teenagers, adults, and individuals in the later stages of life.

We are currently in the process of offering virtual therapy sessions as well as in-person therapy sessions to promote and encourage social distancing. This is left of to each therapists discretion and client preference. Our providers have been specifically trained and focused on this module change so that we can offer their clients the best services possible while being able to work together virtually and/or in-person. 

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Therapist Biography's:

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Sarah Vinson, LCSW, SAC, CFRC
(They/Them)

 

Sarah holds a Master's degree from UW-Madison in Social Work with an emphasis on children, youth, and families.   They have worked in the mental health, substance abuse, and medical field collectively for over 12 years.  Sarah has extensive experience working with both adults and adolescents.  They treat substance use disorders and mental health conditions including PTSD, depression, anxiety, ADHD, gender dysphoria, and other psychological and emotional conditions.  Sarah has a particular interest in serving individuals from diverse cultures and backgrounds. They are a Certified First Responder Counselor, therefore, Sarah has a special interest in supporting individuals in the helping field such as firefighters, EMS, nurses, doctors, counselors, social workers, etc.  

Sarah uses a variety of therapeutic techniques including EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Solution-focused Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing.

Sarah is a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community and identifies as gender non-binary and uses they/them pronouns.  

Sarah is LGBTQ+ and Polyamorous Affirming

Resources...

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Please utilize the resources below if needed. The first two resources are in regards to the current pandemic. The resources below those relate to specific mental health concerns. 

Centers for Disease Control

https://www.cdc.gov/

World Health Organization

https://www.who.int/

Rape Crisis Center

24/7 Crisis Line 608-251-7273

Linea De Ayuda 608-258-2567

www.thercc.org

Journey Mental Health

Mental Health Emergency

608-280-2600

www.journeymhc.org

Domestic Abuse and Intervention Services

608-251-4445

www.abuseintervention.org

Briarpatch Youth Service

800-798-1126

tex to 608-285-2776

www.youthsos.org

Tellurian, UCAN (Substance Abuse)

608-223-3311

www.tellurian.org

For serious or life-threatening situations please contact 911

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Questions:

What insurance do you contract with and do you take private pay?

Northern Roots has contracts with Dean/SSM, Quartz, Blue Cross Blue Shield Anthem, Group Health Cooperative (GHC), WPS, The Alliance, SHIP, Forward Health/Medicaid/Badgercare.

What if I am in crisis?

You and your therapist will discuss the mode of communication preferred in a situation of a crisis.  In a serious or life threatening situation please call 911 or present to the nearest emergency room.

If you are an established client and need to reach a therapist after business hours, please call 608-400-1708.

What if I have billing questions?

  If you have any questions about your billing statement or how to pay your bill, please contact Janeen directly at 224-649-0550.  Bills can be paid using a debit or credit card or  you can send a check in the mail to our main office at 2960 Triverton Pike Dr, Fitchburg, WI, 53711.  

Contact Northern Roots Therapy Center

Phone: 608-400-3818

Fax: 608-709-8066

Thank you for your submission! We look forward to connecting with you within 1-3 business days.

Middleton Clinic:

6702 Stonefield Road, Ste. 101 
Middleton, WI 53562

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Fitchburg Clinic:

2960 Triverton Pike Drive Ste. 102
Fitchburg, WI 53711

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