The person I was when I first met Hannah would not even recognize who I am today. I am forever grateful for Hannah and her amazing talents and huge heart.
- Michael David
Meet Dr. Hannah Jurewicz
In a safe, welcoming environment, I help you navigate your personal journey toward growth and healing. For more than thirty years, I have helped individuals restore balance and joy to their lives through exploring with them what is causing a sense of uncertainty, lack of purpose, communication barriers, intimacy loss, or general dis-ease. If you are ready to find greater connection, happiness and meaning, please call my office for a free consultation. We can discuss where you are at and what you are looking for in a therapist.
Trust, compassion, and collaboration is the basis of our therapeutic relationship and at the heart of the healing process. I adhere to the highest professional and ethical standards in my field. I provide a caring and responsive therapeutic space for you to feel safe, respected, supported, and heard.
Hannah Jurewicz holds a Doctorate of Psychology and is Licensed Professional Counselor. Drawing on over 30 years of personal and professional experience, she provides consultation, counseling, and training. She is co-founder of Journey Home Recovery Living, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting individuals in recovery through providing sober housing, community education, and advocacy. Dr. Hannah provides counseling through her private practice. She holds certifications in co-occurring disorders and personality disorders.
In 2013, Hannah developed a first-of-its-kind 24-hour, recovery-oriented clinical approach to support those with intellectual disabilities and substance use disorders. She authored The Challenged Addict: Recovery with Concurring Developmental Disorders, Living with Disabilities series, and The Courage to Lead: Start Your Own Support Group. is published in "Journal of Addiction and Addictive Disorders", “Brain Injury”, “Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling”, and the National Association for the Dually Diagnosed.
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Meet Shannon Carlson-Bullock
We will employ creative, flexible, and empathic approaches to develop your confidence in living your authentic self and discover your best potential. It is this combination of science and art that facilitates personal growth.
It takes a great deal of courage to start the therapeutic process. I am here to begin the process with you, wherever you find yourself. If you have questions or would like to learn more about my approach, I encourage you to contact me.
Shannon holds a Master of Science in Counseling and Human Services and is working towards her License as a Professional Counselor. She brings over 8 years of experience working with youth receiving state care. She has served as advocate, counselor, and collaborator with legal guardians and parents. Shannon partnered with Department of Children and Families case managers, school counselors, teachers, community-based clinicians, and parents to develop treatment and safety plans.
Here, you will find a safe space to learn more about yourself and to find pathways for healing. I bring both professional and lived experience to help you face whatever is going on with you. Diversity and creativity are my hallmarks based upon person-centered, scholarly-based interventions.
I provide counseling for individuals preteen to
adulthood who are living with challenges related to
anxiety, depression, relationships, trauma, and life's transitions. We collaborate to identify goals and
Meet Jacquelyn Jurewicz
As office manager, I focus on creating a fun and inclusive atmosphere. It is important to me that you feel welcomed and safe. I manage the space, office equipment and supplies. I also ensure your insurance carrier is billed accurately and in a timely manner.
I am a teacher in the Madison Public School system and graduated with a double major in Psychology and Early Education. My passion is to provide engaging and learning experiences for young students, preschool through 3rd grade. My personal and professional experiences include supporting and teaching children who are on the autism spectrum and have learning disabilities.
Do you feel overwhelmed, on edge, or consumed with worries? Or, maybe you feel sad, depressed, lost, apart from people you normally feel close to? Perhaps, you feel hopeless or maybe you've noticed you feel flat with no passion, hope, happiness at all?
Are you often anxious or worried about what tomorrow holds, or find yourself frequently reviewing the past? Are you easily "triggered" by situations or experiences that leave you feeling jittery, excessively alert, or defensive? Is it difficult for you to concentrate on responsibilities or stay focused when you are with family or friends?
Have you noticed a shift in your eating or sleeping habits? Is it much harder to get to sleep at night, stay asleep, or get up in the morning?
Perhaps you have physical symptoms, such as a disproportionate sweating, increased heart rate, shortness of breath, a rise in blood pressure, stress headaches, or stomach ailments?
Do you avoid social events or high-energy situations because you are concerned about the anxiety, panic, or lack of control you may feel? Are you struggling to keep yourself together in the face of your belief that everything could collapse at any moment?
When you live with anxiety, depression, or other mental health concerns on a daily basis, it’s often a frustrating, isolating and draining experience. It’s often common for family and friends to be unable to comprehend your level of suffering, causing strain in these relationships, only increasing your need to withdraw. When trying to maintain a balance between outside appearances and inside suffering you can become exhausted, sometimes physically ill. No matter how hard you try, deep down you may feel lonely and maybe, scared.
Just as with any medical condition, your condition or situation needs attention. Let's talk about what is going on and how to help relieve your suffering so you can get back to living and thriving instead of merely surviving.
Examples of common areas I help people with include:
Autism Spectrum Disorder