Information and Rules of Operation for Stress Management & Mental Health Clinics, Inc.
Stress Management & Mental Health Clinics, Inc. provides outpatient mental health services for adults, children, and adolescents. These services may include both psychotherapy and psychiatric medication. Our psychotherapists offer individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy. Our psychiatrists offer medication evaluation and ongoing prescribing of psychotropic medications to treat diagnosable mental disorders.
We do not provide intensive outpatient or residential mental health services, but we can assist you in determining if these are appropriate levels of care for you and can refer you to other professionals who do provide these services.
The West Allis clinic director is John Weaver, PhD
West Allis office 414-329-7000
Billing office 414-329-7000
Our office is open Monday through Friday.
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Thursday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Friday 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Appointments with a psychotherapist or a psychiatrist may be scheduled at times when the office is closed, by arrangement with the mental health professional.
Mental Health Professionals:
John Weaver, PsyD
David Holloway, MD
Mindas Siliunas, MD
Ann LeBaron, PA-C
Mary Ket Bolton, PsyD
Beth Harms, LPC
Gary Michael Major, PhD
Aryeh Devorkin, LPC-IT
Thomas Marx, PhD
Linda Bell, LCSW
Gina VanGorden, APNP
John Jendusa, MSW, BCD
Patricia Modell, LCSW
Amanda Anderson, LPC
John Ernst, LPC
Tana Rodriguez-Buck, LPC
When you seek services at our clinic, you will undergo an assessment to determine if the services we provide are appropriate for you. We will share that information with you, obtain your informed consent prior to the start of treatment, and then work with you to establish a treatment plan. If the assessment results in a determination that another form of treatment or level of care is necessary, we will help you to identify the appropriate resources and make referrals, if appropriate.
In our mental health outpatient services, we will work with you to provide evidence-based treatment. Your treatment will be reviewed with you on a regular basis, to ensure that the help you are receiving is effective and satisfying for you.
Patient Bill of Rights
When you receive services for mental health, alcoholism, drug abuse, or a developmental disability, as an outpatient or inpatient, you have the following rights under Wisconsin Statute Section 51.61.
Treatment and related rights
• To give informed consent to treatment.
• To be free from having unreasonable arbitrary decisions made about you.
• To receive prompt and adequate treatment.
• To refuse any treatment.
• To be free from unnecessary or excessive medication.
Communication and privacy rights
• To refuse to be filmed or taped without your consent.
• To have your treatment record and conversation about your treatment is kept confidential (Sec. 51.30, Stats.)
• To have access to your treatment record after discharge (or during treatment if the facility director approves it) and to have access at all times to records of medications you take or any treatment you received for physical health reasons.
Right of access to courts
• To bring a legal action for damages against those who violate your rights.
Your right to complaint
Your right to complaint
If you feel that your rights have been violated, you have the right to a grievance procedure. Grievances must be filed in writing within 45 days of the incident or issue. The staff will supply you with a copy of the grievance procedure upon request. You may, at the end of the grievance process, or at any time during it, choose to take the matter to court. The Client Rights Specialist for Stress Management & Mental Health
Clinics, Inc. is John Weaver, PsyD, 262-544-6486
Exceptions to confidentiality
• Indication of threat to yourself or others.
• Child abuse/neglect.
• Court ordered records.