Tasks Unlimited Counseling Clinic provides individual and family therapy services for adults and adolescents 16+.
Additionally, walk-in services may be available to individuals for up to three sessions.
Services are provided both in-person and via telehealth. Therapy is provided by licensed professionals and clinical trainees under supervision.
We strive to strengthen our community by creating opportunities for individuals and families to live emotionally healthy and independent lives to achieve personal growth and mental wellness. Our vision is to provide affordable, accessible, culturally competent, and trauma-informed services through a collaborative approach to mental health care.
Liz Mihalchick, MA, LPCC, LADC, LSC
Director of Behavioral Health Services
Since joining Tasks Unlimited in 2021, Liz Mihalchick provides quality control and oversight of all clinical services, including Case Management, ARMHS, Intensive Residential Treatment Services, and crisis and medication management programs. Liz is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Board Approved Supervisor for LPCC and LADC, and Licensed School Counselor. Her wide experience in mental health includes community mental health, school-based therapy and counseling, day treatment, crisis response, consulting, animal-assisted therapy, and private practice.
Noelle Tollefson-Schenck, MA, LPCC
Noelle is a clinical supervisor who has been providing therapy services in both clinical and school-based settings for over 10 years. She specializes in working with adolescents and young adults with areas of interest including building self-esteem, anxiety, depression, LGBTQ+ and trauma. Noelle believes in providing a safe, comfortable environment where clients can be their authentic self and gain the tools they need to become the best versions of themselves. In her free time, she enjoys running, hiking, organizing and spending time with family and friends.
Marissia Triemert, MSW, LGSW
Marissia recently graduated from St. Catherine University with a Master of Arts in Social Work. She has a background in community mental health and clinic-based settings. Marissia has been working as a coordinator at a community-based Intensive Residential Treatment Center (IRTS) for the past year and a half and has been meeting with clients for individual therapy for the past year. She specializes in adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses. Additionally, she has personal experience with Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Marissia shared, “I graduated from an 18-month DBT program in May of 2020, and it saved my life.” She believes in meeting clients where they’re at, supporting them in their goals, and strives to provide a safe space to process experiences, develop skills, and create a life worth living. In her free time, she enjoys reading, arts & crafts, video games, music, podcasts, and spending time with my family.