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Meet the Therapist
Mary Lambrecht, MS, LMFT

Mary Lambrecht is a Texas and Wisconsin State-licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Clinical Fellow with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy.  Mary earned dual master’s degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy and Guidance and Counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menominee, Wisconsin.   She has worked as a clinician in the marriage and family field since 1999, and was a family consultant for the Native American population at the Maehnowesekiyah Wellness Center for over 12 years.  Mary has also developed and presented workshops on a variety of mental health and spiritual topics on the state and national level.  She is privileged to have served on the state board of directors for the Wisconsin Association of Marriage and Family Therapy from 2008-2010.

What to Expect


Marriages, teens, and children facing today’s challenges need support.  Conflict in marital attachment and communication can too quickly slide into thoughts of divorce, teenagers beset with social stress coupled with performance anxiety feel alone, and children who act out need empathic understanding along with respectful redirection.  Family Help Counseling and Seminars exists to guide families into respect, stability, and joy.  It is my honor to come alongside you and your loved ones in this process. 

What to expect at your first appointment: 

  1. Paperwork will be reviewed, including client rights, responsibilities, and confidentiality policies.  New Client registration forms and Adult and Adolescent/Child Intake information forms are available on this website.  You may print and fill them out and bring to your first session.  Alternatively, you can arrive 20 minutes early at our office and fill out paperwork in the lobby.

  2. Goals for therapy will be addressed.  Individual hopes and dreams, along with any marital and family hopes and dreams can be discussed and charted.  This will be an ongoing process throughout the course of therapy.

  3. Your first small, practical steps to move toward these hopes and dreams in everyday life will be explored.  Actual or perceive stumbling blocks that may inhibit these small steps of growth will be discussed.  Exploring ways to overcome these stumbling blocks to growth will also be an ongoing process in the course of therapy.   

  4. Educational resources and/or seminars may be suggested for additional help and insight.  Articles and handouts are available free of charge on a variety of family and mental health issues.  

  5. A mutually agreed upon treatment plan will be discussed, written and signed.  Recommended frequency of appointments will be part of this treatment plan.  Treatment plans will be regularly reviewed and adjusted as necessary.  Clients may then schedule their next appointment.  


Fees and Payment

Standard Fee: $150 per 60-            minute session

$225 for initial 90-minute                intake session

For insurance companies, a health insurance claim form 1500 may be provided to the client at each session. Client may submit the form to their insurance company for possible out of network reimbursement.

Payment is due in full at the time of the session. Cash, checks, and most credit cards are accepted.

Fee includes most assessments and psychoeducational handouts. No extra fee for multiple family members present during a family session.

Intake/Registration Forms

Please download and print the following forms. Fill them out and bring to your first session.

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