Hurley, Wisconsin – NorthLakes Community Clinic is pleased to announce that Rebecca Kucinski, LPC-IT has joined the team and will be providing behavioral health services in Hurley. She will be seeing school-age children, adolescents and adults.
Rebecca received her Master’s in Counseling Psychology at Western Michigan University in Grand Rapids, Michigan and earned her B.A.S in Psychology at the University of Minnesota – Duluth. Prior to joining NorthLakes she worked as a mental health professional in autism clinics located in La Crosse, WI and Winona, MN and a program counselor at Northland Counseling in Ashland, Wisconsin,
“I enjoy working with children of all ages, families, and individuals looking for additional support. I have worked with a variety of individuals with an emphasis on working with children who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. I enjoy working with young children, using play therapy techniques, supporting caregivers with strategies, and working to strengthen the family relationships. I believe in creating a nurturing and collaborative therapeutic environment with clients of all ages.”
When she is not working Becky goes on adventures with her little dog and perfecting baking recipes (learning from the flops!), watercolor painting and spending time with friends and family.
“I am so excited to work for Northlakes Clinic due to the sense of community they provide and the holistic approach they maintain towards a person’s care.”
To schedule an appointment, call our Hurley office at: 715.329.1288.
NorthLakes Community Clinic – Hurley remains open and is accepting new patients during the pandemic. The clinic is open for some in-person services. Patients also have the option of seeing their provider virtually via phone or video. If you have questions about how to establish care or connect with your current provider, please call the clinic at: 715.329.1288