Sean Inderbitzen, APSW

Sean is a Behavioral Health Therapist, and lives with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. He has a caseload with 25% of his patients that live with ASD and varying comorbid psychiatric conditions. Prior to being a mental health clinician, he was a Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist for Wisconsin Division of Vocational Rehabilitation for 3 years. He was also appointed by Governor Walker to the Statewide Independent Living Council of Wisconsin. He is an incoming member to the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers, and provides training on motivational interviewing, ASD and employment, and ASD and comorbid psychiatric conditions. If you are interested in a consultation or MI training, please click here.

Kaileen McMickle, MS, LPC

Kaileen is a Licensed Professional Counselor working as a lead therapist for Marriage and Family Health Services in Rice Lake, Wi. She has six years of experience working with teenagers in their day treatment program, four of those years being postgraduate. She received her master’s from University of Wisconsin-Stout in 2016 from the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. She specializes in anxiety, depression, and trauma, and is passionate about building effective and genuine relationships with clients of all backgrounds.   

Catina Burkett, ACSW

Black women are not usually considered for autistic traits, but they do exist. This is true for Catina Burkett. Catina is a native of the Bronx, New York. She graduated from Columbia College in 2006, she completed her master of social work at the University of South Carolina in 2010. Catina has a vast array of experience since the start of her career in 2006, which includes independent practice. She is a licensed mental health professional, who advocates for black women on the autism spectrum, offering a unique perspective because of her autism. She is using her platform to create a guide to educate mental health providers on Autism and Cultural Competence in Mental Health.