St. Agnes Hospital Outpatient Behavioral Health

430 E. Division St. 
PO Box 385 Fond du Lac, WI 54935 

Crisis: 920-926-4200 during business hours 
920-926-4290 after business hours 

Contact Person: 
Ed Kartheiser 



Depression, Adjustment to life trauma, Anxiety and stress management, Health issues related to headaches and chronic pain, Anger management, Child, adolescent and adult behavioral disorders, Academic difficulties, Relationship issues, Specific group therapies 

Therapists’ Names and Areas of Expertise: 
See Below 

Do you have a psychiatrist on staff? 
Yes If yes, their name(s): 1 child/adolescent psychiatrist, 6 others 
Hours of Service: 8 AM – 8:00 PM Monday Through Thursday, 8AM-4:00 PM Fridays 

Method of Payment and Insurances Accepted: 
Medical Assistance, Medicaid, Medicare, Self-Pay, and most Private Insurance 

Do you accept Medical Assistance? 

Services that you offer to clients whose first language is other than English: 
We have available interpreters including sign language and a telephone language line 24 hours per day. 

Therapists' Names and Areas of Expertise: 

Mary Arndt, MS, LPC, CSAC

Evaluation, assessment and treatment of substance abuse/dependence and co-occurring disorders; relapse prevention; addictive relationship issues; anxiety, and depression.


Gayle Bigsby, CSAC

Adolescent and adult assessment and treatment of substance abuse/dependence (inpatient and outpatient). 



Jackie Block, MFT, LMFT, LCSW

Jackie has a Masters in Family Therapy and has been providing individual, couple and family therapy for children, adolescents and adults for 22 years.  In addition to her training as a family therapist she also has specific training in cognitive behavioral therapy, gestalt therapy and trauma counseling.  She works with behavior problems, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. 



W. Drew Brandli, MSW, LCSW

Adolescent (ages 13-19) and adult (ages 20-65) issues (individual, family or couples).  Home, school, and family issues.  Grief/loss, trauma, self-esteem issues, stress, anxiety, depression.


Brian Christenson,MD


General adult psychiatry, psychiatric medication management, and administrative psychiatry.


Paul Clark, MSE, LPC

Work with ages 17 to geriatric in Anxiety Disorders (GAD, OCD, panic attacks, social phobia, PTDS); Mood Disorders (Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Dysthymia); Grief/Loss; Relationship Issues; Couples’ Counseling; Men’s Issues (anger management, relationship issues); Adult ADHD; Sexual Assault; Sexual Identity Issues (LGBTQ); and Domestic Violence.





Nancy Goranson, PhD

Chronic pain evaluation; psychological evaluation; general adult issues; adjustment to catastrophic/chronic illness; issues related to infertility; marital/couples counseling; sexual disorders; sleep disorders, rehabilitation psychology.





Colleen Hanson, MS,LPC

Individual, group and family therapy primarily with adolescents and adults (ages 13-55).  Assessment, treatment and management of Eating Disorders, Mood Disorders (depression; bipolar disorder), anxiety, self-injury, self-esteem issues, and stress-related issues.





Larry Heller, M.D.


Evaluation and treatment of substance abuse and dependence; adult children issues.





Amy Johannes,


Adolescent and adult evaluation, prevention, education, assessment and treatment of substance abuse/dependence (inpatient and outpatient).




Michael Keyes, MD


General adult psychiatry, Geropsychiatry, affective disorders, consultation-liaison psychiatry, medication evaluation and management.


Ronnie Kirkwood, MD

Evaluation and treatment of adult patients both inpatient and outpatient.



Mark Koharchick, Ph.D., LPC

Anxiety Disorders, Panic Attacks, PTSD; NeuroTherapy (biofeedback) – which includes pain management, headaches; anger management; Marital therapy; sexual dysfunctions; sexual abuse.



Mofikoya, Adebowale, MD

Dr. Adebowale Mofikoya is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He received his medical education at the University of Jos in Nigeria. He started his medical career as a Family Practitioner in Lagos, in the southwestern region of Nigeria, before moving to the United States.   Dr. Mofikoya did his Residency in General Psychiatry at Saint Louis University in Missouri, and a Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Vermont Center for Children, Youth and Family, University of Vermont College of Medicine. Dr. Mofikoya believes in the Family Based Approach, because studies have shown that all the child psychopathologies are influenced by genetic factors, environmental factor and their interactions.  Parental psychopathology can affect the environment in which the child is raised.



Olig, Lorrie, CSAC

Adolescent and adult assessment and treatment of substance abuse/dependence (inpatient and outpatient). 



Hitesh Pandya, MD,


General adult psychiatry with special interest in ECT (electroconvulsive therapy) and VNS (vagus stimulation).

Ed Kartheiser, LPC, MA, Director


Works with patients age 13 and older who are in need of treatment for : Adjustment Disorder, Anger Management, Anxiety Disorder (GAD, OCD), Panic Attacks,

Social Phobias, (PTSD); Chronic Pain and/or Management of Medical Symptoms; Mood Disorder (Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Dysthymia); Family Issues; Grief/Loss; Relationship Issues/Couples Counseling; Self-Esteem Issues, Sleep Disorders, Smoking Cessation, Stress Management and Weight Management.





Evelyn M. Schaefer, PsyD

Individual, marital, family and group therapy for children (8+), adolescents, and

adults;  relationship & /interpersonal issues, attachment, trauma, grief/loss, life transitions, self-esteem, gay/lesbian issues. Perinatal loss and fertility struggles.   I focus on the positive while assisting clients in reaching their full potential using various techniques including DBT, EMDR and trauma focus therapies.



Specht, Jennifer, PhD

Children/adolescents (age 3-18) with a variety of presenting complaints including trauma histories, depression, anxiety, anger difficulties, oppositional behaviors, and other behavioral problems, adjustment difficulties, medication non-compliance, self-esteem issues, school based difficulties, stress management issues, social skills difficulties, and foster care and adoption issues.



Stock, Lynn, PhD

Assessment & Evaluation (Neuropsychological Testing) regarding competency (POA, Guardianship, Chapter 51 Commitments) typically related to Dementia, TBI, etc., Health Psychology: Cancer, coping with chronic conditions ESLD, Diabetes, and COPD. Geropsychology.



Cheryl R. Tapp, MD, Psychiatrist

General adult psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, nursing home and CBRF practice, and work with caregivers with depression and stress.



Judi Travis, MS

Individual, group, and family therapy primarily with children and adolescents (ages 8-18).  Assessment, treatment, and management of mood, thought, and behavior disorders.  Sexual identity issues.


Colleen Zietlow, MTF



Individual, marital and family therapy for children 10+, adolescents and adults.  Relationship and interpersonal issues, grief and loss, teens and parents relationship issues, stress, anxiety, depression and EMDR.



RIPON OFFICE – 920-745-3180


RIPON, WI  54971