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Menasha Counseling Clinic

Appointments: (920) 739-4226

Fax: (920) 739-7639

1810 Appleton Rd.
Menasha, WI 54952

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Hours of Operation:
(Mon) 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(Tue-Wed) 8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
(Thur) 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(Friday) 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

The Menasha Counseling Clinic provides outpatient therapy to children, families, and individuals to help them address the challenges that are affecting their behavior and/or mental and emotional wellbeing.

The clinic offers individual therapy, family therapy, and couples therapy. Our licensed therapists are all trained in Trauma-Informed Care and can assist with nearly any issue that you or your family may be facing.

Most insurance plans are accepted including private insurance and Medicaid.

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The Menasha Counseling Clinic works with clients as young as age 5.

Several of our therapists provide school-based mental health services during the school year. These services are offered in the school districts of Kimberly, Little Chute, and Kaukauna.

To qualify for school-based mental health services, a referral must be submitted by the student’s guidance counselor. Please be aware there is often a waiting list for these services.

The Menasha Counseling Clinic can help with a variety of issues including:

  • Marriage and Couples Therapy
  • Veteran’s Issues
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Anger Management
  • Grief and loss
  • Family counseling
  • Mood disorders
  • Sexual abuse treatment

Family Services’ Counseling Clinic is proud to rank in the top 10% of mental health care providers participating nationwide in the ACORN collaboration.

ACORN is an evidence-based practice of using patient reported outcomes based on questionnaires that each client completes. This helps our therapists ensure high-quality, effective treatment.

Of our Fox Valley clients who completed a satisfaction survey about their care, 99% felt they had accomplished their treatment goals.

We Welcome New Clients!

The Counseling Clinic of Family Services is proud to offer in-person and virtual therapy options at this time. Our professional therapists are currently accepting new clients and can help with a wide range of issues. To schedule an appointment, please call us at (920) 436-6800 in Green Bay or (920) 739-4226 in Menasha.

Fox Valley Providers

Libbi Burke, MS, LPC-IT, SAC-IT

Libbi BurkeCurrent Position: Outpatient Therapist and Women’s Recovery Journey Therapist

Joined Family Services: 2019


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from UW-Green Bay
  • Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Concordia University
  • Substance Abuse Counselor-In Training (SAC-IT)
  • Licensed Professional Counselor-In Training (LPC-IT)


Libbi has experience working with adults and their families treating mental health concerns and substance use disorders individually and in groups in the outpatient setting.


Works with clients, ages 5 to adult, providing treatment for mental health and substance use disorders, as well as treatment related to parent-child relationship, LGBTQ and gender identity concerns, family conflict, communication, depression, anxiety, trauma, and other life stressors. Trained in Trauma-Informed Care.

*Libbi also serves as a therapist within the Women’s Recovery Journey Program

Jim Dercks, MAC, LPC
Brandon Franzke, MS, LPC
Morgan Gald, MSW, APSW

Current Position: Outpatient Therapist

Joined Family Services: 2022


  • Masters of Social Work from University of Wisconsin–Green Bay
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Neurobiology from University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • Advanced Practice Social Worker (APSW)


Experience working with children and adolescents ages 3 – 18 as well as adults in a variety of settings. These experiences include work at a child/adolescent day treatment facility, county outpatient mental health clinic, clinic and in-home ABA therapy, in-home respite care, domestic violence shelter, college campus support group, crisis counseling, and volunteer work with children involved in the child welfare system. Provided individual, group, and family therapy within these roles.


Provides therapy services to children ages 4 to 17 and young adults who are struggling with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress symptoms, low self-esteem, self-injurious behaviors, suicidality, LGBTQIA+ and gender identity issues, attention and impulse control, disruptive/aggressive behaviors, family issues, and/or anger. Uses a trauma-informed approach to help clients achieve treatment goals. Utilizes principles of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness, person-centered therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) skills in individualized approach to client’s treatment.

Sophie Hipke, MS, LPC-IT, SAC-IT

Sophia Hipke Current Position: Outpatient Therapist and Women’s Recovery Journey Therapist

Joined Family Services:  2019


  • Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
  • Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from University of Wisconsin – Stout
  • Licensed Professional Counselor-In Training (LPC-IT)
  • Substance Abuse Counselor-In Training (SAC-IT)


Has experience working with adults and families working through mental health and substance use disorder concerns in individual, group, and correctional settings.


Provides counseling to clients, ages 5 to adult, struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, relationship issues, suicidal ideation, and other mental health concerns. Uses several therapeutic techniques including cognitive behavioral therapy and person-centered therapy. Trained in Trauma Informed Care.

Rebecca Snell, MA, LPC

“I have struggled to find a therapist that fits for a long time.

I find so much comfort here and am very pleased with every visit.”

“The people are all nice and very easy to talk to.

No one ever comes across with anything but a good attitude.”

“I’ve only had one session so far, but it helped tremendously.

I look forward to my appointments.”

“Comfortable and welcoming environment.

Truly caring and considerate people.”


Does the Menasha Counseling Clinic accept Medicare, Medicaid, and/or Badger Care?

We accept both Medicaid and/or Badger Care as well as most private insurance.

We are not able to accept Medicare at this time.

How long is the wait to see a therapist?

In most cases, a client can be seen within 7-10 business days. To schedule an appointment, please call (920) 739-4226.

Is there a waiting list for school-based mental health services?

Yes, there is often a waiting list. A referral must be submitted by your child’s school guidance counselor to qualify for services. These services are currently provided in the Kimberly, Little Chute, and Kaukauna School Districts. There may be less of a waiting period if you are able to transport your student to our outpatient clinic until a spot opens up at school.