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Situated on a quiet, tree-lined street in Viroqua, Wisconsin, Stonehouse Counseling opened its doors in the Spring of 2018. Built on a foundation of trust and respect, with nearly eighty years of experience under one roof, our caring family of licensed psychotherapists provides individuals, children, couples, and families with a safe, supportive environment from which to learn coping strategies and the tools to build healthy relationships.

We want to emphasize that we at Stonehouse Counseling serve and respect people of all different races, religions, sexual orientation, economic status, genders and abilities.

We are currently offering Telehealth or In-Person sessions, depending on the circumstances. 


So, if you're looking for compassionate counseling, cross our threshold and begin your journey to inner peace.


Let us help you find a therapist that fits your needs

​If You Need Help Immediately: 

Dial 211 for mental health support 24/7

To Report Child Abuse: Vernon County Human Services: 637-5210

Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233

Suicide Prevention Line: 1-800-273-8255



“"Scattered along the way of life are tough times and from time to time you find yourself in a place through which you wish you had someone to help you navigate....time and again Susan Townsley has been that someone for my family"”

“Chris Ruder-Vasconez is sensitive, empathetic, 

and down-to-earth; he is straight-forward with people, and meets them where they are at, in a genuine and respectful manner.”


“Terra Knoble has a gentle and calming presensce that allows me to feel seen and understood deeply while also guiding me forward with clarity.”


“Through empathy and presence, David enters your story with you in a way that helps you to see your path more clearly.”

“Gil’s years of experience can be felt when you are with him.  He is able to see through what can feel like a mess into a clear supported path forward.”

We support the No Surprises Act and do our best to give you accurate information about the cost of your care.  Please call the office if you have questions about your bill.  You can read more about the No Surprises Act here:

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