HFM Behavioral Health welcomes clinical psychologist Callie Schroeder, PsyD, and licensed professional counselor Amanda Taylor, MS, LPC.
Dr. Callie Schroeder has over five years behavioral health experience working with diverse populations including veterans, adolescents, and inmates at correctional institutions. She specializes in working with children and adults with mood and anxiety disorders, and individual and family therapy.
Dr. Schroeder earned her doctorate of clinical psychology, and master of clinical psychology from the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
“I love that my profession allows me to impact a person’s life in such powerful way,” says Dr. Schroeder. “I try to build strong relationships with my patients, so that I can help them overcome obstacles.”
Amanda Taylor joins HFM Behavioral Health with nearly 10 years of experience working in the mental health field. She became a clinician because of her passion for working with people and being able to offer counseling to ease the struggles of others. Amanda specializes in working with individuals with substance abuse, depression and anxiety disorders, and individual and couples’ therapy.
Her treatment approach is based on a biopsychosocial model which takes into consideration not only psychological symptoms but also how biology and social-cultural factors impact a person’s mental health and wellness.
“I help patients explore how their thoughts, behaviors and actions impact their life and offer guidance and support to make changes towards health and wellness,” says Amanda.
Amanda graduated with a master’s degree in counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. When not caring for patients, Amanda can be found outdoors biking, hiking, and she also enjoys traveling with family.
Callie Schroeder and Amanda Taylor are both seeing patients at HFM Behavioral Health, 339 Reed Avenue, Manitowoc. To schedule an appointment with either provider, call (920) 320-8600 or learn more at hfmhealth.org/behavioral-health.