Support Professionals

Ben Kollmansberger, LCSW

Mary Gjermo, PC, MFT

Kathy Miles, LCSW

Colleen O'Rourke, M.D.

Thomas Wright, M.D.


Cambridge is just 20 minutes from Madison. From the west side of the city, take the Beltline going east until it becomes Hwys. 12 and 18. Follow this until you come to Cambridge, about 18 miles. Follow Hwy 12, which is Main St. The clinic is located on the left hand side of the street, one block up from the downtown park. We are located on the corner of 120 E. Main St.

From the Janesville area take Interstate 90 to the Edgerton Exit, Hwy 73. Follow Hwy 73 until you reach Hwy PQ, about 12 miles. Turn right and follow this into Cambridge. Hwy PQ will stop at Main St. Turn right and go for two blocks to 120 E. Main St.

For further information please call the clinic at 608-423-4700.

About Us

Deborah Sullivan, LCSW

I started my practice in 1978 at Jefferson County Human Services and quickly became interested in women's issues, such as emotional, physical and sexual abuse. I, along with several other women, started the Women's Therapy Support groups in Jefferson County.

In 1985 I became part of a team that developed an in-patient treatment for teens and their families struggling with substance abuse at the Newstart Program at Madison General Hospital.

In 1986 I started work for Group Health Cooperative SCW in adult services. I continue to work for GHC on a part time basis as well as being a Co-Director of the Cambridge Counseling Clinic. My work as a psychotherapist has afforded me the pleasure of working with any number of people from all walks of life. I have been very lucky to be in a career that I love, to have met so many wonderful people, and to have learned so much from them.

Jacqueline Schuh, LCSW, LPC, CADC

I began working with children, adults, and families in 1980 at the Jefferson County Human Services Department. Special treatment areas I had the privilege to develop expertise in included domestic abuse, sexual abuse, divorce/custody/blended family issues, and acute mental health issues.

From Jefferson County I transitioned to private practice and also worked part time for Children's Service Society of Wisconsin. I am currently co-owner of the Cambridge Counseling Clinic. I am also the mental health consultant and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) coordinator for the Deerfield Schools.

I have worked extensively with youth who have been abused or have abused others, families with children that experience attachment disorders, AODA with youth and adults, and mental health and transition issues for those with cognitive disabilities. I love what I do, and my focus is to build on the strengths and assets of those I am privileged to work with to help them progress in their relationships and life.