Levy O’Brion, MS, LPC, enjoys working with children, adolescents and adults on a variety problems related to anxiety, mood, behavior, trauma, life adjustment, stress, marriage and relationships in individual, conjoint or family therapy settings. Levy employs various approaches including, mindfulness, cognitive, solution-focused, play, art and experiential therapies. He is interested in the Mind-Body-Spirit connection and practices yoga and meditation.
Levy received his undergraduate degree at the UW-Madison and his master’s degree in Community Counseling at the UW-Whitewater. Levy has worked in behavioral health for over 20 years in a variety of settings including Briarpatch and Family Services and and the UW Psychiatric Institute.