Behavioral Health Services


Contact our Director of Behavioral Health

Julie Kulp MA, NCC, LPC-IT
p: 262-232-7295;  e:

We offer FREE behavioral health counseling.

Everybody needs someone to talk to sometimes. James Place offers hope and help through no-cost, confidential counseling services. These counseling services are offered at a first-come basis, so do not hesitate to fill out our referral form below! We accept clients who have insurance and also those who do not, giving priority to those without affordable options. Services are extended to individuals, couples, and family systems. All clients must be 16 years and older.

Master’s Level counseling interns help people overcome life stresses, depression, anxiety, addictions, and other concerns. Counselors integrate faith and proven intervention methods, providing hope and healing in the name of Jesus. As our providers are student counselors in training, we always look for Licensed Professional Counselors with 5+ years of experience to help supervise students!

Common presenting problems treated by our interns:

  • Family/Couple dynamics
  • Stress & Anxiety
  • Life Transitions
  • Relationship Conflicts
  • Depression
  • Symptom reduction/management
  • Grief, Abuse, & Trauma
  • Addictions
  • Career Counseling
  • and more…
Available at these locations

Are you a Mental Health Counseling Student?

Becoming a Provider: Counseling Training Program

James Place offers our students a wide-variety of clinical mental health counseling experience. We service a culturally diverse population who are navigating a plethora of clinical issues ranging from managing daily stressors to chronic mental illness. As a community-based organization, we focus on helping the under-served populations: homeless, low-income, or lacking social support. James Place is more than a resource center for our clients, but it is a place to belong.

As a Christian ministry in the community we hold to the standards and values of our faith, while at the same time faithfully adhering to the professional and ethical standards set forth by the American Counseling Association and those pertinent to the student’s area of study. If you are curious about the intersection of faith and clinical practice, James Place is a great option for you. 

Counseling Student Opportunities

  • Explore best practices of integrating faith & psychology in the counseling field
  • Assess, diagnose and develop treatment plans
  • Provide individual therapy interventions
  • Work with couples and families (as available)
  • Document and maintain professional, confidential clients records
  • Collaborate with staff, other interns, and volunteers who are trained to assist with community resources: job searches, health care support, housing, spiritual resources, and more
  • Facilitate psycho-educational and therapy groups
  • Give presentations on mental health topics

Supervision Provided:

  • On-site supervision liaison (LPC) providing immediate support, clinical consultation, and resources.
  • Individual supervision provided weekly by Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, or Licensed Clinical Social workers with 5 or more years of clinical experience.
  • Group training and supervision provided by a Licensed Psychologist with over 25 years of profession, integrative & community based experience.

Interested in becoming a Counseling Intern?

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