Verona Clinicians

These fine clinicians primarily work out of our location at 324 S. Main Street in Verona Wisconsin.

At Insight, we believe that connecting with the right therapist is crucial to realizing your goals.
Please find each provider’s biography below, and contact us at  (608) 244-4859 to complete a short initial screening.

Kelly Jaminski  LPC, RYT-200 (she, her, hers)

Kelly is creative and passionate about helping others work toward wellness in various aspects of their lives. She is a licensed professional counselor and registered yoga teacher. Kelly’s experience includes working in rehabilitation counseling and outpatient behavioral mental health settings in the Dane county community. She also worked at UW-Madison as a professional and varsity student-athlete on the women’s hockey team. She serves as a Co-Clinical Director for the Special Olympics Wisconsin Strong Minds program. She has a strength-based style which incorporates trauma informed care practices and various client-centered approaches. Therapeutic approaches used include: cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing (MI), positive psychology, mindfulness, and body-centered practices (polyvagal/somatic). Areas of speciality and interest include: stress management, life transitions, anxiety, depression, ADHD, autism, work challenges, LGBTQ issues, pregnancy/postpartum, compassion fatigue, identity/search for meaning, chronic illness and pain, grief, sports performance/working with student-athletes, and self-discovery. Kelly welcomes working with adults of all genders, ethnicities, and diverse abilities.

Kelly Kendricks  MA, LPC (he, him, his)

Kelly has a strong belief that every individual has been influenced in their lives by the background in which they grew up, from family and friends, to the environment in which they were raised. He believes that everyone has strengths in certain areas and takes great pride in help others to find their strengths and helping them to become the best person that they can be. Kelly works with ages 16 and above, individual and couples. His therapeutic approaches include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Solution Focused Therapy. He works with clients on anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, relationship issues, sex and intimacy concerns and is welcoming of the LGBTQ and BIPOC communities.

Elyse Laing  MS, LPC (she, her, hers)

Elyse is a licensed professional counselor who specializes in working with children, youth, and families. She has experience working with children and adolescents who struggle with school engagement, anxiety, depression, ADHD/ADD, trauma, Autism, bipolar disorder, DMDD, ODD, and other mood and behavioral disorders. Elyse understands the importance relationship in the therapeutic process and puts an emphasis on being strengths based and trauma informed in her work. While she adapts her approach to meet the client’s needs, she often uses modalities and approaches that include play, laughter, positive psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, and parent-child interaction therapy. 


Sigmund is a young male pug originally from Amarillo, Texas. Sigmund’s previous owner decided they were no longer able to meet his needs and posted him on a rehoming site. Sigmund was brought to Wisconsin on February 28, 2021. Since being adopted, Sigmund has earned his Canine Good Citizen title and is currently working towards becoming an AKC registered “Therapy Dog Supreme”. Sigmund utilizes many approaches in his therapy practice, specializing in snuggles, face sneezes, and loud pug snores and snorts. He strives to create a calm, yet fun and engaging atmosphere, as he helps clients process through the challenges of everyday life. 

Jen Mizelle  MA, LPC (she, her, hers)

Jen is a Licensed Professional Counselor experienced in working with a broad range of ages across the lifespan. She is passionate about working with clients to empower them in understanding their strengths and capabilities, while helping them learn effective skills to navigate life challenges. As a therapist, she takes a supportive, client-centered approach where she seeks to understand each person’s unique strengths, challenges, and goals. Jen works with clients on a broad range of concerns including anxiety, depression, adjustments to change, emotional regulation, trauma, grief and loss. Jen utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness strategies to support clients in creating meaningful change.

Jessica Warpula Schultz  LMFT, CFT, SNS, Sensorimotor Psychotherapist (she, her, hers)

Jessica’s body-centered approach includes traditional talk-therapy as well as sensorimotor processing, movement and food as medicine, mindfulness, and nervous system regulation for emotional stability.  She specializes in trauma recovery, anxiety and panic disorders, and psychological issues related to one’s physical health condition. She also works with people experiencing difficulty setting boundaries, living with symptoms caused by stress and burnout, and those working to heal wounds caused by intergenerational family patterns.