A Bit About Us
Here at Cambridge Counseling Clinic, we see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and since our beginnings in 1985, we’ve been driven by the same ideas we initially founded our Counseling Center upon: support, empowerment, and progress.
The Cambridge Counseling Clinic is a complete and thorough clinic offering a variety of professional services designed to provide the most effective care for each client. In the past 35 years we have built a clinic that provides counseling services to adults and children who are in need of local mental health services.
When Jacquie Schuh and Deb Sullivan opened the Cambridge Counseling Clinic in 1985, the goal was to provide quality mental health services to rural counties. Both worked for Jefferson County Human Services, so they understood the needs of the area.
Fast forward 35 years and that goal still remains their North Star.
Deborah Sullivan, LCSW
Co-Director - Adult Mental Health Specialist
I began working with adults and families at Jefferson County Human Services in 1978. While there I developed programming that focused on trauma issues for women.
In 1986 I joined Group Health Cooperative SCW providing treatment to adults, couples and families. During this time I also co-founded the Cambridge Counseling Clinic in order to provide counseling services to rural areas as well as the Madison area.
Today I continue to practice in Cambridge with an emphasis on treating adults with a variety of concerns, in particular trauma. After many years of practice I continue to enjoy my work with clients who have made this such a worthwhile career.
Jacqueline Schuh, LCSW, LPC, SAP
Co-Director - Adult & Adolescent Mental Health Specialist
I’m a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Professional Counselor and Substance Abuse Professional. I’ve been fortunate to have many professional opportunities in a wide variety of settings. In addition to being in private practice for over 30 years, I worked for a County Human Services Department, a Correctional facility, Immigration Customs Enforcement Center and in a variety of other settings focusing on mental health treatment for children and families.
Areas of expertise:
trauma informed care for adults/children
anxiety and depression in children and adults
exploring substance use concerns for yourself or a loved one
life adjustment issues for children families including separation/divorce, family reunification, couples work, identity and other life issues.
My focus is to form a partnership with you as you identify personal strengths to build on and barriers that are getting in the way of you being your personal best. I approach my work with curiosity and compassion. My diverse experiences have provided me with a practical and effective toolkit of resources and strategies to address your concerns.
Meet the Team
Thomas Wright, MD
Kathy Miles, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
I strive to provide an empathetic and respectful environment in order to help clients decrease stress and improve well-being. By using a cognitive-behavioral approach, I'm able to compassionately help individuals and families build skills to move forward in their lives.
This includes finding effective solutions to manage a variety of life stressors and emotional challenges, including:
- anxiety and mood disorders
- life challenges and transitions
- parenting skills
- stress management
- relationship concerns
- childhood and adolescent adjustment
Lolly Coleman, MS LMFT
After over a decade in the mental health field, I offer my clients a holistic approach with a laid back style to develop a true partnership with you. Using a systems model, every facet of your life is considered, not just the “problem”; this allows us to identify patterns and themes where you may be getting stuck. Your experiences are important and we’ll work together at a pace that’s comfortable for you.
I've worked in group treatment centers, schools, family homes, and private practice, providing mental health care to children, teens, and adults. I've specific experience with children on the autism spectrum, elderly adults with chronic health conditions, and young adults navigating life changes and relationship struggles. Currently, I primarily work with adults experiencing anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, and relationship concerns.
Jolene Eggert, APSW CCLS
With over 20 years of experience, I understand that there are so many changes happening as families grow and develop with the passing years. Every experience is unique so when I work with children, I use an individualized approach that’s tailored to the unique needs of each new client.
Areas of Expertise:
children with anxiety and depression
phases of life changes, grief and loss
life stresses and next steps
I graduated from Edgewood college with a degree in Child Life and then from the University of Arizona with a Masters in Social work. I’ve worked in a variety of settings and with diverse clients, including both long term and brief intervention.