Community Providers

Evans Elementary School

140 South Peters Avenue Fond du Lac, WI 54935
(920) 929-2828

Evans has partnered with Rawhide Youth & Family Counseling and Collaborative Wellness to provide mental health services.

Clarissa Justmann – Rawhide Youth & Family Counseling

Bio coming soon!

Rob Booth, MS, LPC-IT – Rawhide Youth & Family Counseling

Rob joined Rawhide in June 2021 as a therapist.

He earned his master’s degree in educational psychology with an emphasis in clinical mental health counseling and his bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Before Rawhide, Rob served 5 years of active duty in the United States Air Force. Following Rob’s military service, he worked in corporate IT. He completed his 700-hour internship at the UW-Oshkosh counseling center, providing individual and group therapies as well as psychoeducation to a diverse group of clients.

At Rawhide, Rob provides youth, adult, family and group therapy, using Cognitive Behavioral therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) to youth and families at Rawhide. Rob’s approach to therapy allows the client to develop skills that work best for their individual needs.

“As I was looking for opportunities to maximize my skill set as a therapist, I gravitated toward Rawhide and their creative approach to therapy. I was excited to learn how the team environment at Rawhide provides every therapist with the tools to help deliver the best experience possible for the client. The team approach at Rawhide provides each client an excellent platform for success.”

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Jaycie Westphal – Collaborative Wellness

Hi there! I am currently a second-year student in the Professional Counseling program at UW-Oshkosh. Prior to my graduate studies, I attended UW-River Falls where I majored in psychology with an emphasis in mental health. I had a very influential professor who said, “we all experience problems more or less”. These words resonated with me, and as I repeated his message, I came to believe the accuracy of his statement: we all do experience problems, and we all deserve support through them. The beauty of the counseling profession is its openness towards human struggle. From the day we are born, we learn strategies to react, cope, and survive through our struggles. When these strategies are no longer effective for us, our problems can feel overwhelming and permanent. That’s why I love counseling because it allows us to view our struggles from a new perspective, and investigate which strategies work, and which strategies no longer work. I have a passion to work with individuals from a variety of developmental ages and problems, with particular interest in trauma and mental health struggles. However big or small you feel your problems are, my hope is to provide you with support wherever you are in your journey.

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