Tricia Johnson, MSW, LICSW
Tricia initially began working with the Leo A. Hoffmann agency in 2011 as a youth counselor in the Hoffmann Center residential treatment program. Tricia then began as a therapist in the St. Peter Counseling Center program in 2015, following a brief 6 month break from working at LAHC. Tricia obtained her Bachelor of Social Work degree and she went on to obtain her Master of Social Work degree, both from Minnesota State University- Mankato. Tricia brings a professional background that is diverse and includes working with children and their families with concerns ranging from communication to trauma and child problem sexual behavior. Other areas of experience include: mental health therapy with adults, children, and families, social skills training (CTSS & ARMHS) with children and adults, serving people with intellectual disabilities co-occurring with mental illness, residential and outpatient treatment for adolescent boys, policy and accreditation work, and services for the elderly population. Tricia is licensed as an LICSW and provides clinical supervision to newly licensed clinician and other mental health practitioners. She has formal training in play therapy and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT).
Lindsay Boettger, MA, LPCC
Lindsay Boettger is the Program Director of outpatient clinical services. She received a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology in 2012 with a dual focus on treating mental health and substance use disorders. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and board certified supervisor with experience treating a variety of concerns with areas of focus including children from birth and on, trauma, attachment, executive function concerns and ADHD, parenting, and problem behaviors related to sex and sexuality. Lindsay has a passion for her therapeutic work, as well as the development of future therapists. She has specific training to provide Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), attachment based and other play therapy. Lindsay has formal training in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Theraplay ©,
DC 0-5, and various other play therapy trainings.
Felicia Kellen, MS, LMFT
Felicia begin working for the Leo A. Hoffmann agency in 2017 as a residential unit therapist, now providing therapy at St. Peter Counseling Center. She obtained her undergraduate in psychology and law enforcement from Minnesota State University – Mankato. Then, a masters in Psychology with a specialization in child and adolescent development from Capella university, and is in the process of obtaining her licensure in Marriage and Family Therapy. Felicia has worked with children and families with concerns ranging from communication, trauma, to problematic sexual behaviors. Other areas of experience include: social skills training (CTSS & ARHMS) with children and adults, mental health therapy with children and families, servicing people with intellectual disabilities co-occurring with mental illness, residential treatment for adolescent boys, and program development of CTSS and ARHMS. She has formal training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Illness Management and Recovery (IMR).
Taylor Steckelberg, MSW, LGSW
Taylor has a Bachelor’s Degree in social work from St. Cloud State University, and a Master’s Degree in social work from Minnesota State University, Mankato. She enjoys helping clients find their strengths, and empowering them to make positive changes in their lives. Taylor has experience working with, youth, adolescents, older adults, and families. Taylor has a thirst for knowledge and continues to grow her practice and expertise in the field of psychotherapy.
Mental Health Practitioner
Nikki is obtaining her Masters of Clinical Psychology and Addictions Counseling through Winona State University. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Minnesota-Duluth. In the past Nikki has worked within a variety of settings helping the adolescent and adult populations. Her professional experience includes facilitating psychoeducational groups and creating a therapeutic alliance within the Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient setting. Nikki believes in creating authentic relationships and harnessing client’s strengths to empower them to achieve their personal goals. She is passionate about advocating for mental health and believes it is important to decrease mental health stigma in the community. Nikki enjoys being outdoors, running, interior design, spending time with her family, and being up north at the cabin. Her approach to therapy is to provide her client’s with a safe and nonjudgmental therapeutic environment where they can develop tools to effectively cope with life’s difficulties.
Katie Dorschner, MSW, LGSW
Katie Dorschner obtained her Bachelor’s of Social Work degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead and her Master’s of Social Work degree from the University of North Dakota. Katie holds an LGSW. She recently completed her graduate internship through Hoffmann Counseling. Her previous experience has allowed her to work with people in many stages of their lives. She has special interests in working with children and treating trauma. She also enjoys learning about art therapy techniques, animal assisted therapy, and cultural competency. In her free time she enjoys yoga, running, and reading. Katie believes incorporating daily self-care is vital to mental health.
Colleen Solberg, MSW, LICSW
Colleen Solberg is a licensed independent clinical social worker who received her master’s degree at the University of Minnesota. She has over ten years of experience in individual, couples and group therapies. She takes a person-centered approach to therapy and promotes whole-person wellness, goal-setting and self-discovery. She believes in creating a strong therapeutic approach with her clients by being non-judgmental, compassionate, and genuine. She enjoys working with older teens and adults with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and trauma.
Stephanie Sanetel-Siatsis, MS, LSC, NCC
Stephanie completed a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Sciences from Oregon State University in 2016 after which she moved to Mankato, MN where she received a Master of Science in School Counseling in 2018 with a focus in Intimate Personal Violence; Education and Prevention Among Adolescent Populations. She is a Licensed School Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor and Doctoral student with experience treating a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, dual diagnosis, PTSD, Grief & Loss Recovery, phase of life adjustments, and identity development related to cultural influences and career. Stephanie has a passion working with Veterans, adults and adolescents with trauma, grief and loss, and career development utilizing a variety of modalities including individual, family, couples, and group therapy. Stephanie is working towards LPCC licensure and completing her ED.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision. She uses a holistic Person Centered Therapy approach with infusion of CBT skill, DBT skills, and Grief & Loss Recovery to best meet clients where they are in their journey.
Mary Manriquez obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Child Advocacy Studies from Winona State University in 2019. She obtained her Master of Science degree in Mental Health Counseling from Minnesota State University – Mankato in 2022. Mary recently completed her graduate internship through Hoffmann Counseling Services. She has experience in working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She values an integrative approach to counseling and strives in creating a welcoming and affirming space where clients can feel encouraged to be their authentic selves, find their strengths, and make positive changes to lead empowering lives.