Emily Brockway is an Advanced Practice Social Worker who works with ages ten and up as well as families. Emily received her dual undergraduate degree in Social Work and Psychology at Concordia University Wisconsin and her Masters in Social Work at UW - Whitewater.
Emily provides a warm, safe and positive environment to focus on yourself. Emily has worked in various levels of care within hospitals as well as in schools to help build self-esteem and find effective coping skills. She has experience working with individuals struggling with anxiety, social skills, life transitions, depression, mood disorders and obsessive compulsive disorders. Emily utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), patient centered and strengths based approach to help clients live life to the fullest.
Emily hopes to help you gain coping skills and confidence with her open and non-judgemental approach. I believe in empowering my clients to focus on their strengths and allowing them to grow within a therapeutic environment.
Jerrica is a board-certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and Pediatric Primary Care
Mental Health Specialist. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from
Purdue University. Her role at Gals Institute LLC is to provide psychiatric
evaluations, diagnosis and treatment (medication and/or non-pharmacological
interventions). Jerrica specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression and
ADHD in children and adolescents ages 5-21. She uses innovative diagnostic
techniques such as QBcheck, a test used to assist with diagnosis and rule out
ADHD with objective data. Jerrica believes that medications (when appropriate) in
conjunction with therapy can be a powerful tool to improve mental health and get
your child back to functioning. Jerrica’s extensive training, passion for mental
health, as well as personal experience as a wife and mother have prepared her to
provide trustworthy and compassionate care for your child.
“You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the
ending.” C.S. Lewis
Carol believes people are uniquely valuable and inherently strong—these are truths she is
passionate about helping clients embrace. From strengthening relationships to processing old
wounds, her relatable, nonjudgmental approach helps clients feel safe and connected. Her
clients are adults and couples, and struggles they face include grief, depression, anxiety,
trauma, life transitions, and issues with self-esteem.
Carol is trained in Brainspotting and EMDR and has found including these evidence-based
practices in sessions expedites the healing process and helps clients feel calmer with improved
clarity and functioning. She is also trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy, an attachment
approach that has been proven in research to produce long-term relief of symptoms for couples
and individuals. Her experience as a registered nurse has deepened her appreciation of the
interconnectedness of the psychological and biological aspects of each individual. Working as a
NICU nurse gave her a passion for the transition to parenthood with its inherent difficulties. After
raising her four sons, she returned to nursing in the area of mental health while earning her MA
in Clinical Mental Health Counseling because she had experienced first-hand the benefit of
working with a therapist. Carol and her husband have lived in beautiful Wisconsin over twenty
Kate Daggett is a Licensure Clinical Social Worker who has worked with a wide range of individuals within her mental health career. Her objective is to work with individuals, couples, and families to guide them in goal attainment, incorporate more effective coping strategies, and achieve congruence within their own person and interpersonal relationships. Kate has practiced within many different settings including hospitals, day treatment programs, individual therapy, and county programs. She has experience in helping individuals who are struggling with anxiety, OCD, depression, negative thought patterns, substance abuse, LGBTQIA+ issues, and interpersonal and familial relationships. Kate received her undergraduate from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in Psychology with a minor in Women and Gender Studies. She then obtained her Masters in Social Work from the University of Milwaukee. Therapy modalities utilized are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Traditional Talk Therapy.
Pryscilla is a graduate student at Alverno college, pursuing a Master of Science degree in Community Psychology. She is excited to join the Gals Institute team to grow as a future clinician. She is a heritage Spanish speaker and has a bicultural upbringing. She has experience in working with youth and young adults and currently advises students in the college setting. Pryscilla looks forward to working with all populations and has a special interest in working with emerging adults, caregivers, couples/partnered people and families. She has a collaborative and non-judgmental approach in working with people and is developing her theoretical orientation with a Family Systems lens. She plans to obtain her licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor upon graduation in May of 2024.
Ashley is currently a Graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She is pursuing a Master of Science (MS) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and plans to obtain her Licensed Profession Counselor (LPC) certification upon graduation in May of 2024. She is passionate about working with clients of all ages in the areas of eating disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma, and grief counseling. Ashley strives to provide a safe environment that promotes growth and change for her clients. She believes that cultivating this safe space will help her clients to explore and gain insight into their thoughts, beliefs, bodily sensations, and emotions from a place of curiosity without judgment. Ashley wants to help people develop a greater sense of self and self-compassion by helping clients realize they have their own unique stories that are untold. She plans to obtain her licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor upon graduation in May of 2024.
Gals Institute, LLC
(262) 337-9770 | fax (262) 337-9771 | email@example.com
383 Williamstowne Dr., Suite 101 | Delafield, WI 53018
Located near Target in Delafield by the intersection of Hwy 83 and I-94