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Skyler Belcourt, LPC, SAC-IT (he/his) is a therapist with a Masters in Counseling Psychology from UW-Madison who implements a scientist-practitioner (evidence-based) model of psychotherapy. Skyler specializes working with members of the Queer (LGBTQIA+) Community, those struggling with ADHD, Anxiety and Mood (Depression, Bipolar) disorders. Skyler also enjoys working with people from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds, as well as individuals living with OCD and social anxiety, clients experiencing struggles in monogamous and polyamorous relationships and people with Dual diagnoses—those that struggle with substance use and a mental health disorder.
Skyler has experience across a broad range of settings and levels of care. He has worked as a community outpatient program therapist, a Substance Abuse Counselor, a crisis worker at the national suicide prevention lifeline and a therapist at a Partial Hospitalization Program for adults with severe anxiety and depression.
Skyler uses an Interpersonal Process approach to both individual and group therapy. He is also well-versed in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) Therapy, Behavioral Activation, Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing and strengths-based Solution-Focused therapy. His therapeutic style is honest, direct, and collaborative. He believes that people come to therapy “stuck, not broken” and can get “unstuck” by approaching challenges with compassion and openness.
Education & credentials
- University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI