Emma C White, BS, MAC, LPC
Determines acuity of client’s needs; provides and/or arranges for therapeutic interventions as appropriate for patients or clients in a crisis condition and for those with serious disturbance problems. Provides screening, brief assessment and referral. Schedules and meets with new clients for Brief Service Consultations to further assess the client and provide recommendations for subsequent services.
Educational Policy & Community Studies and American Indian Studies Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Master of Arts in Counseling with a Community Emphasis from Lakeland University
American Indians Against Abuse (AIAA), End Abuse Wisconsin (EAW), Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Abuse (WCASA)
I am Oglala Lakota from the Pine Ridge Reservation of South Dakota. My Lakota name is Wanbli Wiyaka Win which means Eagle Feather Woman. I have previously been employed by the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin Social Services in the Domestic Violence Program as a Domestic Violence Advocate and, also, by the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin Youth Enrichment Services (Y.E.S.) Program as a Youth Advocate. I am happily married for thirteen years and have three beautiful children.