Kevin Randall, Clinical Director (currently NOT accepting new clients)
Kevin is a state certified outpatient psychotherapist and an international board certified professional Christian counselor as well as a national certified clinical sexual addiction specialist trainer. Kevin earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees in social work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Kevin is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. He has over thirty years of experience working with people in crisis in South Central Wisconsin. Kevin worked for seven year as a part of an inpatient psychiatric unit. He assessed and treated individuals with various serious mental health difficulties. These difficulties were serious enough that the individual required twenty-four hour inpatient treatment. Kevin worked on both the child/adolescent and adult units. He also worked two years for a partial hospitalization program. This was an intensive treatment program that worked with individuals who were struggling with severe mood disorders. This included depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, PTSD and eating disorders. Many of the patients were also struggling with suicidal ideation. Kevin has done outpatient psychotherapy at The Center for over thirty years. At The Center, the main population Kevin works with is adult men and women. He provides both individual and couples counseling. He is also a skilled group facilitator. At the present time, Kevin specializes with individuals with sexual addiction and trauma. The majority of his work is with couples, with an emphasis on couples in crisis, and men and women who have been wounded by trauma.
More About Kevin Randall
I believe a lot of people are trying to live out what I would call the modern day tragedy. I would define the modern day tragedy as becoming successful at all the things that really don’t matter.
If that is true, then we have to define what really matters in life.
To me the answer to that question is simple, RELATIONSHIPS. For me the most important relationship in my life is my relationship with my heavenly Father and his precious Son, who is my Savior and Lord of my life. My second most important is my relationship with my wonderful wife who has such a giving spirit and is also my best friend.
I see myself as a loving, kind, gentle, loyal, patient, positive and grateful person. I am grateful for my parents who are both in heaven now with the Lord. They taught me what I believe are the two most important lessons in life that you can teach any child.
They taught me about the Lord who is a good and loving God who loves me. They also taught and showed me what it means to be unconditionally loved.
I believe God called and gifted me to do Christian counseling. It is an honor and privilege to be trusted by each client who comes to see me. I never take that privilege and trust for granted. I believe God gave me my mission statement in life three decades ago which I keep in my planner and read regularly,
“I will spend my life mending broken hearts”.
With God’s help I work to live out this mission everyday.
Although we all have challenges and difficulties in life, I can honestly say I have no complaints. I am so thankful and I feel truly blessed.
In His Service,