Welcome to Neuma!
Hey Parents of Teens! Do you know what your son’s Finsta is? Is your daughter being asked for nude pictures by classmates? By strangers? If you aren’t sure or you didn’t know you should worry about such things, then this seminar is for you. After years of clinical practice, it’s become clear to us that parents are pretty clueless about what their kids are actually doing online. And while the internet has brought a lot of good things, it has the potential to really get your kids into social, developmental, and legal trouble. We’re here to help! Come learn about how to maintain open communication and set healthy boundaries so you can keep your kids safe online.
This seminar will take place at Nicolet High School and last about 75 minutes with time for questions afterwards. Please register each individual planning to attend.
Neuma is Dr. Alicia and Zachary Meyer, with almost 30 years combined clinical experience supporting others to make the changes they desire, and licensed as Professional Counselors in the state of Wisconsin since 2012.
People often come to therapy in crisis. At Neuma, we're experienced in helping clients navigate these challenging moments and return to their prior level of functioning. If your life has been disrupted by trauma, depression, anxiety, or other stressors, we are here to support you in a safe, nonjudgmental, therapeutic environment.
We also believe these crises moments usually point us to something deeper and more nuanced than the crises themselves. We believe in building the trusting relationship required for our clients to let us help them work on these deeper issues. This is the path to lasting change. If you're looking for more than just symptom relief, and you want to develop real self awareness and long-term changes, Neuma is probably a good fit for you.
How is Neuma different?
At Neuma, we're not simply trying to help our clients to not be sick, we want them to be well! This perspective challenges us to not only seek solutions to our clients' short-term concerns, but paths to long-term mental wellness that will improve their relationship with themselves, their loved ones, and the world.
Unfortunately, not everyone else sees mental health in this way. Specifically, health insurance providers, which subscribe to a medical model of health, only pay therapists to treat an illness, not for their members to become more healthy. Thus, Neuma does not participate as an in-network provider with any insurance panels. We want our clients to have the freedom to pick the treatment goals that matter to them, and we want the freedom to use our clinical skills to help them achieve those goals!