Sun Prairie Clinicians

These fine clinicians primarily work out of our location at 121 S. Bristol Street, Suite 102 in Sun Prairie 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.

Joanna Becker  LCSW (she, her, hers)

Joanna is a licensed clinical social worker with over 15 years of experience working in the mental health field. Joanna has worked with individuals across their life span including end of life and families/individuals impacted by trauma, in the community, school, and hospital settings. Joanna is passionate about providing support to children, adolescents, and their families with the focus on creating a safe space for the family system, promoting healing and connection for both child and parent. Joanna focuses on therapeutic tools that are person-centered and strengths based utilizing a blend of acceptance and commitment therapy, narrative therapy, mindfulness, therapeutic play, therapeutic art, and CBT. Joanna provides a supportive, safe place to navigate and process anxiety, depression, ADHD, grief/loss, challenges with emotional expression, life transitions, blended households, domestic violence, identity, and life stressors. Joanna is an LGBTQ+ affirming therapist.


Ellen Eggen  MS, LPC, ATR-BC (she, her, hers)  

Ellen, a Licensed Professional Counselor and Nationally Board Certified Art Therapist, is passionate about the process of change. She enjoys working side by side with clients of all ages as they navigate new approaches to engaging and living their story. She takes a supportive, client-centered, healing focused approach where she seeks to understand each client’s unique strengths, challenges, and goals. She works with clients ages 8 and older, as well as couples and families experiencing anxiety, depression, behavioral challenges, mood disorders, LGBTQIA+ concerns, life transitions, crisis, and trauma. She also specializes in working with neurodiversity and welcomes both formally diagnosed clients as well as those exploring how their neurology impacts their mental health. She is trained in Art Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), EMDR, Motivational Interviewing (MI), (TF-CBT), Solution Focused, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness Strategies. She sees clients both in-person at Insight’s Sun Prairie branch and via Telehealth.

Lynn Hyland  PhD ( she, her, hers)

Lynn is a clinical psychologist who has been working in private practices for more than 20 years. She works with individual clients older than 16 and with couples.  She primarily practices Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy as a treatment modality, but uses other principles as well when appropriate. Her therapy style is very directive and realistic. She enjoys helping clients learn what is behind their feelings and thoughts and how to change them as needed. Past clients have called Lynn “passionate” about her work and her desire to help each person she works with towards their goals and well-being. Lynn has advanced expertise in treating anxiety disorders like OCD, panic disorders, and phobias, as well as helping adults with ADHD and parents of children with ADHD. She approaches each person’s concerns with empathy and optimism. She can address: depression, anxiety, mood or emotional problems, anger, stress, self-esteem, assertiveness, attention deficit & hyperactivity (ADD/ADHD), obsessive thinking/compulsive behaviors, panic attacks, phobias, effects of trauma and abuse, grief and loss, parenting, marriage and relationship problems, effective communication and women issues.

Lynn is not accepting new psychotherapy clients at this time.

Kyra Johnson  MFT-IT ( she, her, hers)

Kyra holds a M.S. in Counseling Education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. As a clinician she views people as holistic beings, which empowers individuals to heal, grow, and thrive. She sees therapy as a collaborative process in which clients lead their own journeys, while she provides perspective, facilitates insight, and offers empathy. Kyra believes in the profound influence of relationships, culture, and history on individuals’ lives. Therefore, her primary therapeutic approach is rooted in Relational Cultural Theory. She integrates Gestalt Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Attachment work in her sessions, as well. Her use of these approaches is to enhance self-awareness, emotion regulation, and relational effectiveness, all while emphasizing the importance of understanding how people connect, repair, and develop new relationships while considering their past and present. She has experience working with personality disorders, anxiety, depression, complex trauma, family work, group work, grief, individual work, and has training in TF-CBT treatment. Kyra creates a safe space for her clients, where they can practice their goals, express emotions, make mistakes, and try again.

Tracy Pederson  LCSW (she, her, hers)

Tracy is a licensed clinical social worker with 30 years of experience in the field. She has worked with children, adolescents and adults in a variety of non-profit settings including residential treatment, group homes, hospitals, hospice, grief centers, and schools. Tracy earned her undergraduate degree in social work from Colorado State University and her master’s degree from Augsburg College in Minneapolis. Tracy’s approach is strengths based, and her belief is that there is always a potential for growth and change. She helps her clients focus on identifying obstacles that are causing them to feel stuck and offers a path of guidance for making more satisfying choices. As a therapist, she is open, encouraging and direct. Tracy combines her experience, education, creativity, and sense of humor with a down-to-earth, realistic approach to counseling. She aims to create a relaxed, comfortable environment where you can feel safe to explore your thoughts, frustrations, and behaviors – without fear, judgment or shame. Her areas of focus include: grief/loss, life transitions, parent coaching, chronic and/or terminal illness, school engagement, and relationship challenges. She sees clients 12 years and up.

April Zamzow  LPC (she, her, hers)

April is a licensed professional counselor who specializes in working with children, youth and families.  She has experience working with children and adolescent who struggle with a wide range of challenges, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, behavioral challenges, mood disorders, neurodiversity, LGBTQIA+ concerns, crisis, and trauma.  April  provides affirming care to clients of all identities. She is trained in a variety of modalities including a trauma informed care, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Solution Focused Therapy and Client-Centered therapy.