Founder of Mindful Matters LLC, Amy VandenHeuvel LPC CCTP has worked with children and families in various mental health practices since 2007. Amy specializes in trauma informed care receiving national certification in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and is recognized by International Association of Trauma Professionals as a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. Amy specializes in working with children and adults with histories of abuse and PTSD. Amy also works with clients struggling with anger management, depression, anxiety and mood disorders. Amy received her master’s in community counseling from Lakeland College.
Kristeen Schreiber LPC has worked in the mental health field since 1993 where she worked directly with the chronically mentally ill population. Kristeen has worked with both adult, children and their family in a clinical therapy setting since 2011. Anxiety, depression, loss and grief, anger management and ADHD are among the many issues Kristeen addresses with clients. Kristeen has received her masters degree from Lakeland College.
Elena De Los Santos LPC-IT, NCC has worked with children, teens, and adults facing mental health concerns in a clinical setting since 2021. Prior to this, Elena has provided trauma-informed, mental health support in a shelter setting, jail setting, and a local non-profit agency (individual & group). Elena has received her masters degree from University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and is a National Certified Counselor. Elena currently works with children, teens, and adults ages 10-55 addressing concerns such as anxiety, self-esteem/identity, relationships, transitional life periods, and other mood disorders. Elena believes everyone deserves a space that feels safe where they can be themselves, and she strives to support others using values of immediacy, transparency, and authenticity. In her free time, Elena enjoys reading, spending time with friends and family, embracing her inner child through video games and Disney movies, and planning her next adventure.
Victoria Engels LPC-IT, NCC has worked with children, teens, adults, and families in a clinical setting since 2021, but has worked in the mental health field since 2020 in a college campus setting. Prior to this Victoria taught middle and high school English for 10 years where she also coached basketball, volleyball, and track. Victoria works with children and adults ages 5-60 who are working through anxiety, depression, identify concerns, transitional life periods, or those that have a history of trauma. Victoria uses a family systems approach when working with children and teens, and a person-centered approach when working with adults. She believes that every person is capable and deserving of living a life of self-awareness, self-acceptance, and self-compassion. Victoria received her masters degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and is a National Certified Counselor. In her free time, Victoria enjoys coaching group fitness classes, working out, spending time outdoors, reading, and enjoying her time being a new mom.