Annette Krutsch, Ph.D, LPPsychologist and Counseling Director, Winona
Dr. Annette Krutsch comes to Catholic Charities after 10 years of providing outpatient assessment and counseling services through Olmsted Medical Center, Rochester, Minnesota, and has been an adjunct instructor in Psychology at Winona State University. She received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Detroit, Michigan and her Doctorate in Psychology from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. Dr. Krutsch offers therapeutic counseling services to individuals and families of all faiths with a wide range of concerns including mood, anxiety, behavioral and attention problems, difficulty adjusting to life circumstances and stress, marital and family issues, abuse histories, and eating disorders.
Diane Dunn, MSW, LICSWCounselor, Worthington
Diane Dunn is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who has provided 14 years of service at Catholic Charities in their therapeutic counseling program. She received her Bachelors of Science in Psychological Services and Rural Sociology from South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD in 1995. She received her Masters in Social Work with a Family Practice Focus from Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN in 1998. Diane works with individuals, couples, and families on a wide range of concerns from relationship issues, depression and anxiety, abuse histories, eating problems, and stress or difficult life circumstances. She has a particular interest in working to strengthen rural farm families.
Joye Wolf, MS, LMFTCounselor
Joye Wolf is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who provides individual, couple, and family therapy. Joye graduated in 1997 from Mankato State University with a Masters Degree in Community Counseling with special focus in marriage and family issues. She has been with Catholic Charities since 2002. Joye has worked with people facing a wide variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, marriage and relationship, parenting, communication and conflict resolution, self-esteem, separation and divorce, grief and loss, codependency, job stress, and other stressful life circumstances.
Kristine Madsen is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and has worked for Catholic Charities since 2012. Her background includes working as a school social worker since 2003, an adjunct instructor of Social Work at South Central College for four years, and working at the county level in mental health for 18 years. She received her Bachelor of Science from Mankato State University and Masters in Social Work from the University of St. Thomas and the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, MN. Kristine offers therapeutic counseling services to individuals, families, and groups with a wide range of concerns. Her areas of expertise include adolescent health, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma, and substance abuse services.
Sister Mara Lester, RSM, MDPsychiatrist, Winona
Sister Mara Lester, RSM, is a Religious Sister of Mercy of Alma, Michigan and a Board Certified Psychiatrist. She completed her Medical Degree at the George Washington University in Washington, DC and her Psychiatry Residency through Washington University/Barnes Jewish Hospital in St.Louis, MO. Dr. Lester provides care to an adult population for diagnostic evaluation, medication management, and psychotherapy.
Angela Loecke, PhD, LPPsychologist, Austin
Dr. Angie Loecke is a licensed clinical psychologist. She received her doctorate from Capella University in Minneapolis, MN in 2007. She also has a master’s degree in therapeutic recreation from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Briar Cliff College in Sioux City, IA. Dr. Loecke works with adults of all ages using a cognitive behavioral approach. She has extensive training and experience in working with a geriatric clientele. Other interests include health psychology and psychological interventions for pain management. Before coming to Catholic Charities, Dr. Loecke worked with the Associated Clinic of Psychology in Minneapolis, MN. Prior to that she worked as a therapeutic recreation specialist with the MN Veterans Home in Hastings, MN and with the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Hampton, VA
David LewisMSSW, LICSW, Rochester
David Lewis is a Licensed Independent clinical social worker with more than 35 years of experience in multiple facets of mental health care. A graduate of Lourdes High School, he received a degree in social work from St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota and a Master of Science in social work from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. David lived for many years in northern Wisconsin but returned to Rochester to be close to friends and family. He enjoys walks and road trips to explore the rural countryside. David works with adult individuals and with couples providing therapy on a wide range of concerns. He is particularly interested in issues of aging, grief, and helping clients cope more effectively with depression and interpersonal conflict.