Jessica Degroot, MAC, PC-TL
Birth to 21 yrs and their family
Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Lakeland College
Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Human Development from UWGB
I’ve been working with the Oneida Tribe since August 2006. Before coming to Behavioral Health in August 2015, I worked at Oneida Nation Elementary School as a Parent Educator with the FACE Program. There I worked closely with parents and their young children, teaching them about child development, parenting skills, and connecting them with resources. It is my pleasure to continue my work with children/adolescents here at Behavioral Health. My passion is supporting youth by building on the strengths and connections they may already have, teaching them the skills needed to grow into successful adults. I have one daughter of my own, who is my inspiration to be the best support I can be. I was born and raised in DePere. In my spare time, I enjoy the outdoors during the warmer months, especially spending weekends at the cottage up north. I also enjoy spending time with friends and family, exercising and reading.