Serving Walworth, Jefferson, Waukesha, and Rock Counties

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You can depend on the dedicated and competent professionals at Morning Star Psychotherapy Associates to cater all your mental health care needs with ease.

 

 

We can help you deal with your anxiety and pain disorders. Call us at

262-458-2525

Dr. Pat Bromley has over 30 years of mental health counseling experience, having worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings, and in both public and private clinics.  She was a professor at UW-Platteville for 23 years and served as chair of the psychology department and was assistant dean.  She is a native of Whitewater and returned to the area in 2005 to live on her husband's family's farm.  She and her husband have three grown children. She enjoys traveling, camping, sewing, reading, and spending time with her grandchildren. She is also an obsessive watcher of HGTV, Steven Colbert, and The Big Bang Theory.  She tries to bring both thoughtfulness and humor to her counseling.

Practice interests

  • Mood and anxiety disorders

  • Relationship issues

  • Stress management

  • Pain disorders

  • Psychological testing/assessment

  • Assessment and treatment of older adults

  • Evaluation of competency

Counseling

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Psychological testing

Philosophy of Care

The success of counseling depends on establishment of a productive working relationship based on mutual respect and investment in the process. We must always meet clients “where they are” and not attempt to impose our own agendas upon them. The counselor models openness to new ideas and experiences, and genuineness in relationships. The counselor’s most important tool is a willingness to appreciate the uniqueness of the individual, and to be open to new ideas. Counselors must be accountable for outcomes and continually assist clients in evaluating their own progress toward goals. Counseling is often difficult and challenging, but it can also be great fun, and a good counselor also uses humor when appropriate. Laughter is therapeutic.

Dr. Bromley