While all of our Milwaukee therapists share a common goal, providing premium care in a safe environment, we know that therapy is not a one size fits all process. We have multiple therapists here at New Frontiers, with a variety of styles and specialties. This allows us to ensure that our patients get specialized care in a comfortable setting, whether that is in-person at our Milwaukee office or via Telehealth appointments.
Dr. Joanna Love
I understand that assessment is an ongoing and collaborative process. I share the knowledge I have gained through my education and experience, so clients understand what informs my practice. I am very transparent with my perspectives, so clients shouldn’t have to wonder what I am thinking. I am far more interested in understanding the unique individual rather than focusing primarily on the specific diagnosis or problem.
Dr. Courtney Weston
Dr. Weston provides individual psychotherapy for adolescents, teens, and young adults. Social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties can prevent young people from living the life they desire. Dr. Weston uses a collaborative and strength-based approach to help her clients explore their personal identity, process their experiences, build insight and skills, and develop goals to achieve a greater sense of well-being. Dr. Weston has experience working with a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma, self-injury, autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, and other learning difficulties. Additionally, Dr. Weston works with individuals struggling with chronic illness and other medical conditions.
Dr. Abigail Ream
Welcome to our site! I provide adult patients with individual therapy specializing in the areas of trauma, loss, transitions in life, relationship difficulties, clarification of life goals, and self-esteem. I will work to assist you in identifying your own strengths and how to nurture and harness these strengths to meet your unique goals for therapy and life. You have a wealth of knowledge about what works and what does not work- I’m here to help organize this information in a useful way and help you fill in the blanks or help problem solve areas where you might be stuck. I’m ready when you are.
Dr. Heidi Heimler
Recent or remote trauma may be limiting you socially, professionally and/or interpersonally. If you’re struggling with emotional symptoms, I’m here to help. I offer evidence-based psychotherapy to assist you in regaining a sense of balance and wellbeing. Whatever your struggle, I am here to listen, to provide support and psychotherapeutic treatment tailored to meet your unique emotional needs.
Dr. Sarah Hoerl
Psychologist, PsyD & Divorce Mediator
Dr. Hoerl works with adults, adolescents, and children, and primarily offers individual and couples therapy. She also offers divorce mediation. She has experience working with anxiety, depression, relationship problems, grief, interpersonal difficulties, behavioral problems, and trauma reactions. In addition, Dr. Hoerl works with women experiencing difficulties with pregnancy and postpartum experiences.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
With over 14 years of clinical experience in an outpatient behavioral health setting, I have worked extensively providing treatment in Evidence-Based Therapies.
I am committed to helping my clients identify and reach their goals using a supportive, compassionate, strengths based, direct approach. Reach out today to start feeling better. I look forward to working with you.
Tina Brigham LCSW, SAC
Tina Brigham works with adolescents 16 years and up and adults in individual therapy. She has over 12 years of experience working in a variety of behavioral health settings. She is especially skilled in working with anxiety disorders, depression and other mood disorders, trauma and PTSD, grief, self-esteem issues, interpersonal issues, substance use issues, and difficulty in adjustments to life stresses. She also enjoys working with maternal mental health issues, perinatal and postpartum struggles, general parenting stress, and difficulties with adjustment to parenthood. She recently completed an extensive training on Maternal Mental Health through PSI to help better serve this population.
Dr. Domantas Mikonis
Domantas Mikonis, DO is a board-certified psychiatrist. He works with adults to manage and overcome a wide range of mental health concerns. He has a particular interest in depression, anxiety, and OCD. Dr. Mikonis has a direct approach and will work hard to help you improve your quality of life.
Dr. Hong Yin
Founder & Psychiatrist
Hong Yin, MD, has been a practicing medical professional for the Milwaukee community since 2012. She understands that your health and wellness concerns extend beyond routine medical care. She’s a highly trained, board-certified psychiatrist who provides an array of comprehensive services and procedures to help people overcome mental health problems.
Dr. David Radovich
Dr. Radovich is a Wisconsin licensed psychologist with 20 years of service in the field. He has worked in outpatient settings, crisis services, prisons, teaching, and has a history of working with community support programs. He focuses on providing excellent care and solution-focused goals to address patients’ needs. He puts forth his best effort to create a safe and welcoming place for everyone that comes in so that they can get the most out of the therapeutic experience.
Dr. Leah O'Reilly
Dr. O’Reilly works with children 5 and older, adolescents, and adults in individual therapy. She also conducts psychological assessment/evaluations (personality, cognitive, and ADHD). The primary issues she works with include mood disorders (anxiety, depression, etc.), behavioral issues (ADHD, ODD), interpersonal issues, family life, and LGBTQIA+ affirming therapy.
Dr. Kavitha Venkateswaran
When we are enduring personal struggles, oftentimes we are searching for a sense of understanding within our relationships. Dr. Venkateswaran takes an interpersonally-rooted, culturally-informed approach to therapy in an effort to help you feel deeply understood and to honor your identity and life experiences, as we work collaboratively to reach your goals. She has over 10 years of experience practicing within university counseling centers, hospital settings, VA medical centers, and community clinics. She has expertise working with women’s health issues and Veterans and also has experience working with a wide array of issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions/stressors, relationship issues, perinatal mental health, sleep concerns, chronic pain, and race-based stress. Dr. Venkateswaran is also certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy for the treatment of PTSD.
Dr. Lori Garfinkel
Clinical Psychologist, Licensed Professional Counselor
Dr. Garfinkel works to holistically create a warm, supportive, and judgment-free space for the person to include all aspects of their lives to help them reflect on their struggles and draw on their personal strengths to bring about change. She believes that most people have the tools within themselves to make meaningful progress in therapy and, for most, problems in living can effectively be resolved through an outsider’s perspective and by drawing from the person’s inner perspective on their experiences.
Dr. Jennifer Ha
Jennifer Ha, MD is a board-certified psychiatrist. She works with adults with mental health concerns and enjoys helping them so that they can live their lives more fully. Dr. Ha understands the importance of figuring out how a mental health condition is affecting each individual person in order to be able to best work with their individual symptoms.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Olivia is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) who provides individual psychotherapy to adults. She has 10+ years of experience working in a variety of behavioral health settings, and she has worked in every level of care (i.e., inpatient, residential, partial, intensive outpatient, and outpatient). She works with clients struggling with eating disorders/disordered eating, poor body image, anxiety, depression, self-harm, and suicidal ideation.
She especially enjoys supporting young adults through the various life stressors and transitions they encounter as they become more independent.
New Frontiers Doctoral Practicum Students
Meet our female therapist doctoral students.
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student
Megan is a second-year Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student working under the supervision of Dr. Hoerl. She works with both children and adults from all socioeconomic backgrounds offering individual therapy. Megan has been trained to work in areas of anxiety, depression, individuals with interpersonal difficulties, and trauma, among others.
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student
Princess is a second-year Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student working under the supervision of Dr. Sarah Hoerl. She works with children, adolescents, and adults of all ages. Princess has an interest in diverse populations and backgrounds, offering individual therapy. She has experience in working with suicide, focusing on trauma, anxiety, and depression.
Doctoral Practicum Student
Olivia is a Doctoral Student working under the supervision of Dr. Hoerl. Her clinical work primarily focuses on individual therapy with adolescents and adults. She has experience working with anxiety, depression, interpersonal difficulties, and trauma. Olivia uses a relational approach and focuses on fostering a supportive and collaborative environment. She also has an interest in working with women who are experiencing pregnancy and postpartum difficulties.
Doctoral Practicum Student
Laya is a Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student working under the supervision of Dr. Hoerl and Dr. O’Reilly. She works with adolescents and adults and primarily offers individual therapy. Laya’s focus is in areas of interpersonal relationships, trauma, and grief. She prefers taking a person-centered approach and has a keen interest in working with ethnically diverse populations.
Doctoral Practicum Student
Muzna works with children, adolescents, and adults in individual therapy. She has experience working with anxiety, depression, autism, interpersonal difficulties, self-esteem, and trauma. Muzna uses psychodynamic interventions in order to better conceptualize an individual’s past and how it is affecting their present. She then uses cognitive behavioral therapy in order to change maladaptive thought patterns and behaviors into healthier alternatives. This is all done in collaboration with her clients. Muzna values her clients’ goals and is attentive to tailoring their individual treatment plans to their needs and lifestyle.