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Supportive Hands Healing Minds LLC. Provides compassionate, supportive, and person centered care of all clients. We work with you to help you find purpose and meaning in your life so that you can live your best life.

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Tawaun and Sarah are now accepting new clients

Dave Block SAC-IT, LPC-IT

My given name is David, but I go by Dave. I am a no-nonsense, straight to the point kind of person who likes to help others. I have a sense of humor that I incorporate into each and every session it can benefit. I know when to get serious and down to work, but I also know when it's time to be light-hearted and fun. I am trained in improvisation and am able to use the quick timing and thinking in stressful situations. I enjoy play and art therapy whenever the situation warrants it and I look forward to meeting and working with any and all people regardless of age, religious background, sexual orientation, sexual preference or soda brand aficionado’s. I see clients in a well diverse population, from children 6 years old to adults 75 years old. I specialize in Mental Health and Addiction counseling, and I work well with children and teens. I support the LGBTQ+ community and have several clients in that community as well.

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Traci Regis-Olson  MS, LPC

"Highly sensitive people learn early in life to try to control the external world as a way to attempt to manage their inner one." Sheryl Paul. I specialize in adults with the highly sensitive person trait, neurodiversity, and trauma. Additionally, I see clients with depression, anxiety, anger issues, addiction, and relationship concerns. I'm an LGBTQIA+ community member and a parent of a child with special needs. I fully believe in meeting my clients where they are at in life.

My belief is that by providing a safe space, clients can begin to explore their sensory experiences, neurodiversity, unresolved trauma and other mental health concerns. My life experiences coupled with my work in this field offer hope, recovery, and validation. 

I have seen therapy provide relief and positive change for my clients. I'm grateful to be a part of your journey to a healthier life. I provide a warm and non-judgmental approach that promotes self-acceptance and affirmation. I look forward to working with my clients to help you to live your best life. 

Not Currently Taking new clients.

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Tawaun Cates  BS, SAC-IT

Tawaun joined the Supportive Hands Healing Minds team as a counselor in 2024. He received his Associate in Criminal Justice from Blackhawk Technical College in 2018. Tawaun earned his Substance Abuse Counselor in Training (SAC-IT) through the UW-Flex program in 2021. He received his Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the University of the Cumberlands in 2022. Tawaun is currently pursuing his Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater to obtain his LPC. He has several years of case management experience with an emphasis in substance use counseling. Tawaun is highly motivated, skilled in communication, and is a creative thinker. Tawaun is a client centered practitioner that is trained in MI, CBT, and trauma informed care. He maintains a positive mindset and has genuine desire to help others succeed in their journey to maintain a life of sobriety. In his free time, Tawaun enjoys watching movies, spending time with his family, and traveling to new places.

Earl Curry - MA/MBA
LifeCoach

 

Earl Curry has been providing leadership as a Director of Behavioral Health for the past 6 years. Currently, he is working in Dixon, Illinois, at Katherine Shaw Bethea (KSB) Hospital.  His career in mental health has spanned close to 20 years. Throughout these two decades Earl has gained experience working with a variety of mentally ill populations and their families such as:  Geriatrics, addictions, criminal thinking, adolescents, and autism. This eclectic mixture of clients has allowed Earl to work in a variety of settings such as: schools for at-risk youth, DCFS group homes, adult and teen substance abuse (inpatient and outpatient), adult probation programs, skilled nursing facilities, and hospitals.  Earl has attained Masters Degrees in Human Services and Business Administration, a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, as well as being a US Army Veteran.

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Kristin Holub
HS-BCP, LPC

Kris graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor's in Human Services with a concentration in management and a Master's of Clinical Mental Health. Kris Has worked with various populations including crisis stabilization, Elder care, Special education, and at risk youth. Kris uses an existential perspective to help others find meaning and purpose in their lives. Kris opened the clinic in January of 2023 with the hope of making a difference in the community and filling gaps in care for the under represented and those who are looking for a culturally competent clinician.

Sarah Harris
MA, LPC, SAC-It

Sarah joined Supportive Hands Healing Minds in 2024.  Sarah

was born and raised in Wisconsin.  

     Sarah received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from

UW-Whitewater in 2007.  She graduated from Lakeland College

in 2010 with her Master of Arts in community Counseling.

Sarah has several years of experience with working with adults with a variety of mental health and substance use diagnoses as well as years of experience in case management and crisis services.

     Sarah is a client centered practitioner who is driven to help transform lives.  She incorporates a variety of evidenced based treatments interventions including Cognitive Bhavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI).

     In her spare time Sarah enjoys spending time with her family, her dogs, listening to music, and being outdoors.

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Services

What You Can Expect

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Consultation

The Attention You Always Deserved

Psychotherapy

Give Yourself Another Chance

Child, Adolescent, and Adult 

Trauma Therapy

The Process of Healing

NOW ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS!!
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136 W Grand Ave suite 250, Beloit, WI 53511, USA

608-207-9999

608-201-9808 (text)

Monday - Friday

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After hours and weekends by appointment only

If you are having an emergency please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room

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