Meet The Team

Your health isn’t limited to your physical needs

For more than 30 years, Bellin Psychiatric Center has been the premier provider of inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services, promoting recovery and wellness to individuals and families.

We utilize a multidisciplinary approach in your diagnosis and treatment. Depending on your needs, that means your providers may include psychiatrists, psychologist, licensed mental health and licensed addition therapists.  You’ll get a team that is right for you.

The center offers inpatient and intensive outpatient services at our main facility in Green Bay.  In addition, experienced professionals from the Bellin Psychiatric Center team provide outpatient services throughout Northeast Wisconsin and Upper Michigan including psychiatric medication management, psychological testing, mental health assessments, individual, couples and family therapy, addiction services and employee assistance program services.

Psychiatrist (MD or DO) or Advanced Practice Nurse Prescriber (APNP) - A psychiatrist or APNP is a medically trained physician or nurse prescriber who specialize in the branch of medicine devoted to the diagnosis, prevention, study, and treatment of behavioral health disorders. Psychiatrists and APNPs prescribe psychiatric medication and provide medication management for such issues as depression, anxiety, mood disorders and attention disorders.  They will often refer to a psychologist or other specialized therapist for counseling. List of Bellin Health's Psychiatry Specialists

Psychologist/Neuropsychologist (PhD or PsyD) – Psychologists and neuropsychologists are trained to provide behavioral health services which include the administration, scoring and interpretation of psychological and neurological testing. Psychological and neuropsychological testing can help providers and patients make decisions regarding necessary treatment.  Treatment planning may include a recommendation for a referral to a psychiatrist or APNP for medication and medication management and/or a referral for counseling or other related services. A psychologist may provide counseling or they may refer to a mental health or substance abuse counselor. List of Bellin Health's Psychology Specialists

Mental Health/Substance Abuse Counselor/Therapist (LCSW, LPC, CSAC) - A counselor or therapist is trained in providing treatment for a variety of  mental health or substance abuse problems. A therapist will typically meet with a patient on a regular basis to listen and talk, provide recommendations, help resolve problems and create goals for the patient to help empower them work towards improved coping and functioning. Sometimes a patient may need to see a therapist for just a few weeks, while other times a patient might need to see a therapist once or twice a week for several years. The goal of therapy is to help the patient solve their own problems and provide the skills a patient needs to combat problems on their own in the future. Therapists often work in conjunction with psychiatrists, APNPs, and psychologists.