Bradley G. Nevins, Ph.D., LP
Wisconsin Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Nevins obtained a masters degree in Counseling Psychology at Loyola University, Maryland and his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles. His predoctoral internship was completed at the University of Southern California, Department of Student Health Services. He is listed in the National Register of Health Care Service Providers in Psychology. He is currently certified by the Wisconsin Batterers Treatment Provider Association.
Audrey Nevins MS, LPC
Wisconsin Licensed Professional Counselor
Ms. Nevins received her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Wisconsin Superior in 1993. She is licensed by the National Board of Certified Counselors.
Following graduate school, Ms. Nevins joined Bay Area Mental Health Center where she provided group and individual psychotherapy. During that time, she was trained in testing and assessments, the treatment for co-occurring disorders, and severe character pathology. Ms. Nevins served as the Vice President of the Board of Directors, was a member of the Ashland and Bayfield County Domestic Violence Task Force Committee, and was a psychology instructor at the undergraduate level.
Jeffrey P. Holmgren, M.D.
Wisconsin Licensed Psychiatrist
Dr. Holmgren is a Board Certified psychiatrist. He obtained his MD degree at the University of Minnesota and completed his psychiatric residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
His past professional affiliations include Memorial Medical Center in Ashland, Wisconsin, St. Croix Regional Medical Center in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin, as well as the Red Cliff and Bad River AODA and Mental Health Programs. He is a past President of the Wisconsin Psychiatric Association.
Katherine Priebe, Psy.D, PC
Doctoral level Professional Counselor
Katherine completed her Bachelors Degree at St. Catherine’s University in 2004 and went on to complete her Masters Degree at Bethel University in 2006 and earned her Doctoral Degree from Argosy University in 2013.
Katherine completed her pre and post Doctoral Internships at the Neighborhood Involvement Program in Minneapolis, providing therapy and support to individuals with varying mental health concerns and traumatic backgrounds including physical, psychological and sexual abuse. Over the course of Katherine’s training she has gained experience in providing forensic, empirically-supported assessments for adults using objective, projective, risk, intelligence, personality and actuarial instruments for individuals who are court-ordered to complete psychological assessment.
Kristin served in the United States Marine Corps then obtained her bachelor’s degree from Hope International University in Southern California. She earned her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Utilizing a strengths-based and client centered approach, she works with individuals 18 and older. Kristin has experience in relational and identity issues, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, substance use, marriage, life transition difficulties, divorce, and faith/spirituality.