HFM Behavioral Health welcomes new providers.

Brett Schultz, LPC


Holy Family Memorial is pleased to welcome Brett Schultz, LPC and Mary Beth Reynoso, LCSW to its health care network. Schultz and Reynoso will be providing mental health counseling services at HFM Behavioral Health, located at 339 Reed Avenue in Manitowoc.

Schultz brings four years of counseling experience to the clinic. He works caringly with adults, adolescents, and children, providing individual, couples and family therapy. Schultz has a diverse counseling background, including work as a crisis and correctional counselor, case manager for homeless veterans, and providing outpatient therapy. He works with a vast scope of issues but specializes in mood disorders, inmate re-entry, life transitions and working with veterans.

Schultz brings a solution-focused and strength-based philosophy to his work with individuals to help them move forward in a healthy, positive direction. “I believe every patient has gifts and special skills that can help them learn to manage their life better,” says Schultz. “ I like to bolster everyone’s strengths and customize a treatment plan to maximize their success.

Schultz earned a bachelor of arts in psychology from Silver Lake Collage and a master of arts in counseling from Lakeland University. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services.

During his personal time, Schultz enjoys spending time with his family, walking and biking.



Mary Beth Reynoso


Mary Beth Reynoso has nine years of experience providing therapy as a licensed clinical social worker.

Reynoso has experience working with a wide range of issues including anxiety and panic disorders, depression and trauma. Most recently, she provided clinical diagnostic assessment and individual, family and group treatment at Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers in Milwaukee.

She believes wellness is possible for everyone and focuses on providing patients with a compassionate, supportive, safe and nurturing environment.

“I love working as a therapist,” says Reynoso. “I care deeply about my patients’ wellbeing and am here to help them take steps to improve their mental health.”

Reynoso is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional by the International Association of Trauma Professionals. She received her bachelor of social work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and went on to complete her master of social work from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Reynoso is bi-lingual and speaks fluent Spanish. She studied Spanish throughout her studies and lived in rural Mexico for a few months. Reynoso grew up in northeastern Wisconsin and is excited to be back in the area to raise her family.

To make an appointment to see Brett Schultz or Mary Beth Reynoso, call HFM Behavioral Health at (920) 320-8600 or visit hfmhealth.org/behavioral-health to learn more about behavioral health services offered close to home.