Wellness Center Green Bay

This Wellness Center provides in-home, office, and community-based mental health and wellness services throughout Brown, Door, Kewaunee, Shawano, and the surrounding counties. We have satellite locations in Shawano and Door counties.


1234 Main St 3rd Floor,

Green Bay, WI 54302 

Phone: 920-391-5369

Fax: 920-273-3371

Email: wellness@isiinc.org


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- Clinic Staff -


Abby Baumgart, MS, LPC-SAS, CS-IT, CCTP, NCC

Clinic Director, Therapist

I hold a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling and am in my dissertation for a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision-Forensic Counseling. My dissertation topic is on the lived experiences of caregivers of children with Reactive Attachment Disorder. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Abuse Specialty, Clinical Supervisor-in Training, and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. I have worked with children, adolescents, and families for almost 10 years in residential and community settings and adults for over 5 years in forensic and community settings. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems, and Motivational Interviewing (certified). I am trained in Accelerated Resolution Therapy and find that this provides rapid relief to trauma and distressing symptoms with success. I incorporate a variety of other theories and interventions including Family Systems, Trauma-Informed, Attachment, and Solution-Focused. I practice a collaborative and client-centered approach finding internal motivations to make changes with clients while meeting them where they are at. I take my role as Clinic Director with pride and determination leading a team of therapists and staff that are diverse and passionate about motivating change and finding relief for individuals. I am always looking for ways to offer services that best meet the needs of our community and those looking to improve their mental wellness.


Sara Braunsdorf

Clinic Coordinator

I have over 10 years of experience working with individuals with varying abilities. My focus is to create a welcoming and fun environment for all to enjoy and seek their mental wellness. I also co-facilitate groups and work with individuals individually to build independent living skills and coping strategies to improve life.


Jordyn Archambeau, MSW, APSW


I graduated with my Bachelor’s of Social Work in 2014 where I continued my professional career as an in-home Family Support Specialist with Family Services. My passion lies within working with families overcoming trauma and conflict, to build an understanding around mental health, and to feel confident within parenthood and living their best childhood. I currently hold my Master’s in Social Work where I completed a clinical internship through St. Elizabeth Hospital within the Adolescent Behavioral Unit running youth groups and facilitating individual and family therapy. Along with individual therapy, I provide adolescent and adult group therapy focusing on mental health and providing a peer based supportive atmosphere. My approach focuses on trauma informed care and strength-based perspectives utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Family-Systems and Attachment Theory. I am also trained in Accelerated Resolution Therapy.


Christopher Burdick, MA, LPC-IT


I graduated from Lakeland University in 2013 where I received my Master’s of Arts in Counseling.  I started my career as a youth counselor in the Milwaukee area, where I remained for nearly three years before transitioning to crisis management in 2010 at Innovative Services.  I have worked with adults and children diagnosed with anxiety, depression, bipolar, oppositional defiant disorder, and reactive attachment disorder.  My approach primarily utilizes Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Motivational Interviewing with the inclusion of other theories and interventions that support evidence-based practices.  I am committed to using a client-centered approach to promote personal growth and development within our clients. I am also certified in Accelerated Resolution Therapy.


Terri Delaruelle, MS, SAC-IT

Youth Services Coordinator, SAC-IT

I hold a Master’s in Human Services, and I am currently working on my hours for my SAC-IT. I currently oversee our Youth Program here at Innovative Services, as well as work with clients on Wellness Management and Recovery. I have worked with children, adolescents and their families for over 12 years in various capacities. I have expanded to working with adults the past few years to enhance my experience in the field. After working in the field for several years, I grew a passion for helping those who are affected by drug and alcohol addiction and decided to pursue my AODA certification. It is my desire to continue to grow in this area and provide services for youth and adults who suffer from alcohol and/or drug addiction. I am very passionate about the services that I am able to provide and continue to look for growth opportunities for the individuals that we serve as well as my own personal growth.


Carissa Gutsmiedl, MA, LPC-IT


I received my Master’s of Arts in Clinical Psychology degree from Eastern Illinois University in May of 2018. I have experience working with children and adults in residential, crisis, and community settings. I have specific experience working with children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing as my evidence-based practices of choice. Clients find me easy to talk to while we collaboratively utilize a holistic and client-centered therapy approach to help clients reach their goals.

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Kelly Matzke, MA, LPC-IT


I received my Master’s of Arts in Counseling degree from Lakeland University in May of 2014.  I  have experience working with children and families from culturally diverse backgrounds and takes into account clients’ individual needs while displaying multicultural sensitivity and trauma-informed care.  I have enjoyed working with children and families for several years, including as Youth Behavior Specialist with Innovative Services, Behavior Specialist at Centerpiece Autism Treatment Center, Counseling Intern at Northwest Journey, as well as ELL Childcare Teacher at Literacy Green Bay. I utilize CBT, Mindfulness, and Solution-Focused therapy as my evidence-based practices of choice. I practice a holistic and client-centered therapy approach, seeking to build on client strengths and empower their growth and improved well-being. I like to include drumming, music, and art into therapy.


Sarah Jane Peters, MA, LPC-IT, SAC-IT


I am always encouraging client’s to build up their own strengths to overcome obstacles in life. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor-in training and Substance Abuse Counselor-in training and over the past 5 year have provided therapeutic support in multiple settings for both groups and individuals.  Throughout the 10 years, prior to achieving my Master’s in Counseling, I worked as a helping professional with youth and families in both community and educational settings. Placing an importance on using an individualized holistic therapeutic approach, I incorporate creative expression, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), person centered, and strength-based strategies in my work with adolescents, adults, couples, and families seeking guidance.  When working with youth and children I incorporate play therapy techniques to meet age appropriate needs. I am passionate about providing a positive and supportive environment for clients and empowering them on their journey towards healing. I am a strong advocate for self-compassion.


Cassidy Salm, BS

Clinic Administrative Assistant & Mental Health Tech

I graduated from UW-Green Bay with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and am currently pursuing my Master’s of Arts in Community Counseling at Lakeland University. I have worked with youth and families for Innovative Services since 2016. I enjoy helping individuals and families find balance in their lives.


Mallory Short, MS, CRC, LPC


I hold a Master’s in Vocational Counseling from University of Wisconsin-Stout where I also completed my Bachelor’s in Vocational Rehabilitation with an emphasis in psychiatric rehabilitation. I completed my internship for my master’s at Louisiana Social Services in their Department of Social Services in Baton Rouge as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor-Intern. I have worked for the states of Pennsylvania, Idaho, and Wisconsin as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor. I transitioned into a role with Innovative Services as a Regional Vocational Coordinator. I provide mental health services to Door County through Innovative Services.


Kelly Stockel, MA, LPC-IT


I received my Master’s of Arts in Counseling degree from Lakeland University in May of 2018. I have gained experience working with children and adolescents in a behavioral and mental health setting as both an intern and Youth Behavior Specialist with Innovative Services, as well as adults with mental health and AODA concerns at Brown County Diversion and domestic violence survivors at Golden House Domestic Abuse Program and Shelter. My passion lies in individual therapy with clients of all ages. I strive to incorporate evidence-based practices, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness CBT, and Solution-focused therapy, while keeping all services client-centered and focused on progress for their futures.   



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