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Meet the Counselors

​Judy Roemer

920-498-5444

Credentials


Graduated from the University of Denver in 1994 with a Masters in Counseling Psychology

 

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Judy has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings and has spent much of her professional career helping individuals who experience depression, anxiety, trauma and abuse. She has worked with children and families, couples, and both victims and perpetrators of abuse.

Throughout her career, Judy has found that people are more alike than different, and the things that bring them to counseling revolve around similar themes, despite outward differences. She finds the opportunity to help people meet their goals very rewarding, and is constantly challenged to continue her education to better meet the needs of her clients. In addition to counseling, Judy spent several years working with refugees and immigrants, and treasured the opportunity to learn about other cultures and ways of life.

Judy speaks Spanish, and has counseled Spanish speaking individuals as well.

Since coming to NWTC in July of 2012, Judy has worked with students who are dealing with some of the very same issues mentioned above, as well as students who are going through job loss and dealing with the realities of being a returning student. She is excited about the opportunities this position presents, and looks forward to working with students in a variety of settings, whether it is in her office, in the classroom, or in the community. In the NWTC community, Judy participates in the Diversity Committee, the Fostering Future Makers group, and gives presentations for Connecting Families events.


Wes Johnson

920-498-5444

Credentials


Licensed Professional Counselor
Substance Abuse Specialist
Graduate of UWGB with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Human Development
Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Trinity International University

 

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Wes is experienced in treating a variety of issues, including: depression, anxiety, mood disorders, attention problems, relationship counseling and parenting. He also is a certified by the State of Wisconsin as a Substance Abuse Counselor.  

In addition to providing counseling to students at NWTC, Wes has been teaching at the college and graduate level since 1999. He enjoys helping students overcome obstacles, both in the classroom and in their personal lives.

When asked what he loves most about NWTC, Wes responded, "I love the unrelenting drive of our students. NWTC students are not typical college students; most of them have families, they work to support themselves, and they have very stressful lives. I admire their ability to juggle many different roles while staying focused on their education."
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