Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School District

Onsite Counseling Clinic

Oak Creek-Franklin School District is pleased to announce an important new partnership with
Clinical Psychology Associates. CPA will have onsite counseling clinics at Oak Creek High School,
East Middle School, and West Middle School. All students within our district will have access to these
clinics. Our district recognizes that unless emotional well-being is present, a student’s educational
experience can be compromised, and we want to bring that resource directly into the school.

If you feel your student is struggling with managing his/her emotions, anxiety, stress, or is often in a
depressed mood, consider taking advantage of this professional counseling opportunity. Therapy
can provide tools to help your student better deal with the complications and challenges that can
occur during adolescence.

Clinical Psychology Associates’ therapists will be on-site and available to schedule appointments with
your student during his/her school day. Appointments will be scheduled at times that will provide the
least amount of interference to his/her school day. Payment for services will be via your family’s
health insurance or an out of pocket rate.

To ask any questions or begin the process of starting therapy, contact
Clinical Psychology Associates by calling or texting
(262) 975-0012

Meet Our Therapists Working In Your School

Mica Hough~ MA, LPC-IT

Mica has worked with kids and families in a variety of different settings. She is committed to understanding the emotional needs of every student. She helps students identify strengths to better understand and manage the complicated emotions and stressors of growing up. Mica takes a friendly, empathetic, and fun approach to working with students especially when trying to tackle tough issues.

Feel free to direct any questions to:


Alexis Knight ~ MSW

Alexis has worked at a mental health hospital on an Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Anxiety unit for adults. I am familiar with Exposure Response Prevention (ERP), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), crisis intervention and mindfulness techniques. Although I am experienced in those treatment modalities, I do have an eclectic style with the way I practice. There definitely is no “one size fits all” treatment when it comes to therapy, but I could help find the perfect fit for you!.

Click here to email Alexis.

Nataly Aguirre~ MA, LPC-IT, SAC-IT

Nataly is a bilingual therapist who makes sure to create an open, non-judgmental and safe space for every student. Nataly has experience working with kids and families who have a
wide range of emotional and behavioral issues. Nataly feels strongly in the value and importance of therapy benefitting students, allowing them to live a more fulfilling life.

Feel free to direct any questions to:


Claire Essman, MA, LPC-IT
(Cedar Hills & Forest Ridge)

Claire’s empathetic approach to therapy creates a warm, comforting, and safe environment for all children and families to heal and achieve their goals. Her experience includes working with children and adolescents in both psychotherapy and neuropsychological test administration settings. She believes in fostering strong partnerships with clients and families built on honesty, respect, and utilizing strengths. Since every client is unique, treatment is viewed as a collaboration, individualized to each client’s personality and circumstances. Click here to email Claire.

Allison Chmiel, MS, LPC-IT
(East Middle School)

Allison's approach to therapy is empathetic, understanding, and compassionate. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and a Mindfulness approach when working with clients. I like to meet each client where they are at and work with them towards personal goals they would like to achieve within themselves. 


Feel free to direct any questions to:


John Hoehn (OCHS)

John is a person-oriented mental health therapist and a firm believer that talking through problems in a safe, non-judgmental environment can yield years of healing and improved well-being. John uses his empathy and background in communication to engage each client with compassion, warmth, and understanding. John utilizes a mixture of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Humanist, and Solution Focused Therapy to assist people in dealing with problems related to relationships, depression, anxiety, self-worth, grief, and adjustments to new situations.

Feel free to direct any questions to:  johnhoehnmsw@gmail.com 


To ask questions or begin the process of accessing the clinics contact Clinical Psychology Associates by calling or texting 262-975-0012.

For additional program information, please contact Emilie Tregellas by email or at 414-570-3845

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