Service Providers

Natara Boatman  BSW  (she, her, hers)
Service Facilitator

Natara received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, where she has engaged in many different roles and aspects of social work. She has more than six years of experience within the social work and mental health fields, including working as a case manager with individuals impacted by trauma, depression, behavioral challenges and anxiety. Natara is passionate about the strengths-based approach that helps individuals to focus on their abilities and capacities to promote a satisfactory lifestyle. Natara prioritizes and emphasizes the importance of wellbeing in her everyday life and in the lives of others. She takes pride in providing a platform for individuals to seek guidance, and counsel to ensure their wellbeing.


Emily Bosma  LPC, NCC, MA  (she, her, hers)
Service Facilitator

Emily has been working in the mental health field for 5 years and has a passion for providing solution-focused, client-centered treatment. She received her MA from Bradley University in Peoria, IL and has been in the Madison area for the past 3 years as an LPC-IT. Emily is passionate about harm-reduction focused care. Emily strives to provide a safe and inclusive space for everyone, especially for clients in the LGBTQIA+ community. Emily advocates for all human’s right to healthcare – especially reproductive health, housing, education, and personal independence.


Sam Centeno  M.S., B.S.   (she, her, hers)
Service Facilitator

Sam has a master’s degree in forensic psychology and a bachelor’s degree in public service and public policy with an emphasis in Criminology. Her true passion is to help everyone possible and connect people to the resources that are available to them. In her free time, she likes spending time with her Husky Lexy and coaching youth sports. She speaks Spanish as her second language.

Sam tiene una Maestría en Psicología Forense y una Licenciatura en Servicio Público y Políticas Públicas con énfasis en Criminología. Sam pasión es ayudar a todos los que pueda y conectar a las personas con los recursos que están disponibles para ellos. En su tiempo libre le encanta pasar tiempo con su Husky Lexy y entrenar deportes juveniles. Habla español como su segundo idioma.


Nikki Cook  MS, C-IAYT  (she, her, hers)
Yoga Skills Provider

Nikki is a Certified Yoga Therapist, and holds a masters degree in education-counseling and has additional certifications in trauma-informed yoga. Nikki believes yoga truly is a practice that is for every body. She specializes in yoga for eating disorders, addiction and trauma. In Nikki’s classes you will find a welcoming, supportive community. She wholeheartedly believes that yoga can be a powerful and effective component of the healing and recovery process, and is committed to finding ways to make the transformational tools of yoga available to every body. 

Nikki’s yoga therapy rate is $110 per hour-long session. Contact Janet Cassidy at for more information or to submit a referral for services.


Abigail Craig  BA  (she, her, hers)
Service Facilitator

Abigail received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Northern Illinois University. She has experience working in Triage for a residential treatment center helping individuals undergoing severe mental health difficulties, as well as the scheduling and coordination of services for people and their care providers in an outpatient setting. She enjoys sharing what she’s learned from a variety of therapeutic approaches and is passionate about encouraging people in their growth journey as they pursue their interpersonal goals. Abigail believes life is an adventure and enjoys spending her time traveling, exploring new ideas, and celebrating people’s individual cultures and perspectives.


John Dillon  BA  (he, him, his)
Peer Support Specialist

John is a Certified Peer Support Specialist and Recovery Coach who has nearly 18 years of lived experience recovering from mental health and substance use issues, the last 5 of which he spent working alongside clients, encouraging and supporting them in their own unique journeys of recovery. John uses a person-centered, strengths-based approach that focuses on instilling hope, increasing empowerment, building community, and cultivating a sense of purpose and meaning in life. John strives to build collaborative and empathically-guided peer relationships while participating in each client’s process of discovery and change, informed by his belief that the building of recovery-based skills and implementation of positive recovery strategies can lay the foundation for long-term personal success, health, and wellness.

Katie Doyle  MSW (she, her, hers)
Yoga Skills Provider

Katie completed her 200-hour teacher training at Perennial in 2018 after experiencing the powerful benefits of yoga in her own practice. In 2019 she also obtained her Master of Science in Social Work at the University of Louisville with specializations in mental health and alcohol & drug counseling. She has worked most extensively with people with substance use disorders, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, and the effects of trauma. Katie’s yoga teaching style is gentle and reflective, with attempts at humor and plenty of options. She strives to create classes that guide you toward feeling grounded, empowered, and more in love with the light you hold within.

Katie’s yoga therapy rate is $110 per hour-long session. Contact Janet Cassidy at for more information or to submit a referral for services.

Shequila Galvez MSW (she, her, hers)
Service Facilitator

Shequila obtained her master’s degree in social work from UW-Milwaukee after spending three years serving in the Navy. Since receiving her degree, she has worked in crisis stabilization, support services and case management in the Madison area. She prides herself on collaborating closely with multidisciplinary teams to assess, plan, coordinate, and monitor each client’s unique needs and goals. In her free time, she enjoys watching basketball and spending time with her dogs.

Mary Hall  C-IAYT (she, her, hers)
Yoga Skills Provider

Mary Hall has been practicing yoga for over 20 years and has realized the many benefits of yoga. Mary is excited to share yoga and currently teaches a variety of class styles including Chair Yoga, Accessible Yoga, Yin, Gentle Vinyasa Flow, Restorative yoga, as well as a variety of meditation techniques. Through studying, teaching, and practicing, Mary became intrigued by the healing aspects of yoga and was certified as a yoga therapist in 2022. As there is no one way to heal, Mary also earned certifications in other healing modalities including Reiki and iRest Meditation.  Mary has helped her clients reduce stress, find relief from low back pain, and has also assisted new moms as they navigate mentally and physically after childbirth. Mary guides individuals with care and compassion to explore multiple healing modalities for self-discovery, personal growth, and healing. Like all of Insight’s yoga providers, Mary‘s style is trauma-informed.

Mary’s yoga therapy rate is $110 per hour-long session. Contact Janet Cassidy at for more information or to submit a referral for services.

Chienyann Khang  MSW, CAPSW (she, her, hers)
Service Facilitator

Chienyann is a Certified Advanced Practice Social Worker and has over 10 years of experience working in Dane County with children, families and individuals impacted by trauma, depression and anxiety. Her experiences include working in the schools, with Hmong youth and adults, and with homeless individuals and families. Chienyann’s vision is to empower clients by providing them with the support they need to reach their goals. Chienyann is bilingual in English and both Hmong dialects.Ntxhee Yees yog ib tug Social Worker hauv lub nroog Dane tau tshaj 10 tawm xyoo lawm. Nws tau ua hauj lwm hauv tsev kawm ntawv, nrog peb Hmoob cov hluas thiab cov laus, thiab nrog cov tib neeg tsis muaj tsev nyob. Feem coob, cov tib neeg nov tau raug kev nyuaj siab los sis kev tsim txom, muaj kev nyuaj siab, thiab/los sis kev txhawj xeeb. Ntxhee Yees lub zeem muag yog txhawb tib neeg kom lawv thiaj li ncav cuag lawv lub hom phiaj. Ntxhee Yees kuj paub lus thiab ntawv Hmoob.

Kim Kies  PhD, C-IAYT (she, her, hers)
Yoga Skills Provider

Kim is a certified yoga therapist with additional training and certifications in clinical somatics education, mind-body medicine, meditation, and wellness coaching.  She also has a PhD in Human Science and Master’s in public health, bringing her knowledge of health behavior change, Integral Practices, Transformative Learning, and spirituality into play.  Her intentions are to help you to tap into your body, mind, emotions, and sense of spirit to help you explore and become empowered to act upon your full potential.  Her expertise with clinical somatics education (based in neuromuscular re-education) is especially helpful with relieving chronic pain, tension or dysfunctional use patterns.  Kim aims to tailor yogic-based practices and what they offer for you, making them accessible to all.

Kim’s yoga therapy rate is $110 per hour-long session. Contact Janet Cassidy at for more information or to submit a referral for services.

Julie Ann Martorana  MSW (she, her, hers)
Service Facilitator

Julie Ann holds a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After obtaining her undergraduate degree in family social science at the University of Minnesota, she spent six years in Chicago working in many settings including several schools, non-profit organizations, and the City of Chicago’s Department of Family and Support Services. Since moving to Madison, Julie Ann has done a lot of work within the LGBTQIA+ community for GSAFE, an organization dedicated to providing inclusive and affirmative spaces for young people in the state of Wisconsin. Julie Ann is deeply committed to advocating for social and racial justice. Each experience has helped Julie Ann pursue her passion for supporting individuals and families on their quests to live authentically and accomplish their goals. 

Aimee Miller  RYT, CYT (she, her, hers)
Yoga Skills Provider

Aimee completed her 200-hour registered yoga teacher training at The Studio-21st Century Yoga on the Mat in 2019. She continued her yoga and meditation studies with Breathing Deeply and obtained yoga therapist certification in 2023. She has worked in the field of occupational therapy since 2009 and also has a Bachelor’s degree in public health from University of Massachusetts. Aimee enjoys making yoga practice accessible for beginners and guides modifications in a body affirming way. She weaves in opportunities to slow down and reflect on what really matters. Aimee’s yoga classes create an environment that nourishes the nervous system.

Aimme’s yoga therapy rate is $110 per hour-long session. Contact Janet Cassidy at for more information or to submit a referral for services.

Corrina Romandine  BA (she, her, hers)
Service Facilitator

Corrina received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse. She has experience using Applied Behavior Analysis with youth who have autism spectrum disorder and oppositional defiant disorder.  Corrina also has case management experience providing Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) to adults with severe and persistent mental illness.  Corrina enjoys using motivational interviewing to help clients accomplish changes and goals important to them.  One of Corrina’s favorite parts of working in the behavioral health field is discovering all the unique aspects that make up a person.  In her free time, Corrina enjoys spending time outdoors with her family, friends, and dog.


Erika Schneider  (she, her, hers)
Service Facilitator

Erika has over 20 years of experience working with individuals and families representing some of the most vulnerable populations. As a case manager, Erika provides a client-centered and individualized strengths-based approach that utilizes motivational interviewing, harm-reduction and trauma-informed care. She has an intricate knowledge of tenant-landlord rights, as well as local community and housing resources. Erika received her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies from UW-Madison.


Catherine Wooddell  MSW (she, her, hers)
Service Facilitator

Catherine has a masters of social work and clinical experience as a therapist with specializations in trauma and women’s issues across cultures, before moving home to Wisconsin. Catherine’s theoretical orientations are client centered and trauma informed. She works with children, adolescents, families and adults. Catherine speaks Spanish as a second language.

Catherine tiene una Maestría en Trabajo Social, y experiencia como terapeuta. Antes de volver a vivir en Wisconsin, se especializaba en trauma y problemas de la mujer a través de las culturas. Las orientaciones teóricas de Catherine son centradas en el cliente, y informados de trauma. Ella trabaja con niños, adolescentes, familias, y adultos. Catherine habla español como segunda lengua.





Jeanne Kolker  MA, LPC, C-IAYT (she, her, hers)

Jeanne, a licensed professional counselor and certified yoga therapist, is the founder of Insight Counseling & Wellness. 

Note: Jeanne is not accepting new clients at the moment.

Administration Staff


Janet Cassidy  OFFICE MANAGER (she, her, hers)

Janet brings more than thirty years of business experience to Insight. Contact Janet at

Jason Klein  VICE PRESIDENT (he, him, his)

Jason spent more than twenty years as a graphic designer and journalist before becoming a full-time member of Insight in 2020.