Licensed Clinical Psychologist
(608) 833-9290, Extension 354
Jodi Streicher-Bremer sees adults, adolescents, LGBTQ clients, couples, and families in both short- and long-term therapies to help find practical and effective solutions to manage a variety of life stressors and emotional challenges, ranging from mood concerns such as depression/anxiety to life transitions such as going off to college, trying a new career, or building a family. She can assist in developing hope and newer coping strategies as exhaustion sets in from battling longer-term illnesses such as recurrent depression and bipolar disease. She helps clients move forward in their lives using practical solutions while also developing an understanding of underlying issues that contribute to their struggles. She works collaboratively with clients to rebuild new ways of coping by building on underlying strengths.
Dr. Streicher-Bremer also has extensive training and experience within the field of addictions and codependency with a special emphasis on clients who struggle with co-occurring addiction and mood issues. She can assist in better understanding the role of alcohol or drugs in yours or a loved one's life and help to expand ways of coping with these concerns throughout the life process. She is able to provide thorough assessments and offer recommendations for increased care as needed with a collaborative approach, while developing a relapse prevention plan to incorporate longer-term recovery into daily living, utilizing compassionate support and encouragement throughout the recovery process.
Dr. Streicher-Bremer also provides adult psychological and substance abuse evaluations.
Dr. Streicher-Bremer facilitates a Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) group (Tolerating Triggers).
Dr. Streicher-Bremer received her education at the University of Wisconsin - Madison in Psychology, Sociology, and Women's Studies (BA) and the California School of Professional Psychology (MS/PsyD) in Clinical Psychology.