Michelle Thomas, MFT
Michelle is a Marriage and Family Therapist working with individuals, couples, children, and families using a systems approach to therapy. She enjoys working with clients to help them reach their goals for mental and emotional well being while looking at intergenerational relationships and trauma, and helping them build their support systems to lead a more balanced life.
Education and Training
Michelle graduated from Ripon College with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She holds a Master’s degree in Human Development & Family studies with an emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy from Colorado State University.
Michelle is a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family therapy as well as the state affiliate Wisconsin Association of Marriage and Family Therapy.
Michelle has extensive experience working with clients around pregnancy, parenting, and general life transitions (marriage, divorce, becoming a parent, grief). She also has experience working with clients suffering from addiction or addictive behaviors. She uses Systems Theory, Attachment Theory, Emotionally-Focused therapy, as well as The Gottman Method when working with clients.