GROW Clinic

Supporting people from all walks of life experiencing behavioral and/or mental health

Supporting Individuals When 
They Need Us Most

Our approach is trauma-informed, acknowledging the diverse environmental and societal challenges affecting an individual's well-being. Our clinicians offer individual, family, and group treatments, both in-person and through telehealth. Utilizing trackable outcomes, the Outpatient GROW Clinic ensures the effectiveness of modalities tailored to each patient's needs.

GROW Together

The GROW acronym is based upon four principles that the clinic embodies:

Gain insight and independence into your mental health struggles or behavior. We work to give individuals the tools to identify their stressors and work through them.
Relationships. We believe that building a strong rapport and relationships can assist individuals in reaching their desired potential.
Own your destiny. Individuals will learn to take responsibility for their thoughts, actions, and outcomes. By thinking this way, they can learn to control/own their destiny.
Withstand. We know treatment can be hard for everyone involved. The clinicians in the GROW Clinic will work with individuals to stand up against urges, desires, and issues that may interfere with their clinical wellbeing.

Meet the Team

Our GROW Clinic team is here to help individuals and encourage them to live happier, healthier lives in order to become the best version of themselves. Each member embodies Vista Care’s vision of serving more people better.

Austin Lucas


Austin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC) in Wisconsin. Austin received his Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) from Northern Michigan University and his Master of Social Work (MSW) at the University of South Carolina.
Austin has dedicated years to clinical practice encompassing psychotherapy, crisis intervention, and substance abuse counseling. His passion lies in supporting teens, adults, and families, employing a predominantly Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach. However, Austin's practice is enriched by incorporating trauma-informed, solution-focused, and strengths-based techniques, offering clients a personalized approach to care.
“I firmly believe that one's past experiences should not dictate their present or future. I enjoy helping clients explore their life experiences to unearth strengths, skills, and positive attributes that serve as catalysts for improved mental and emotional well-being. My goal is to empower individuals to embrace change by leveraging their inherent strengths, ultimately fostering a healthier and more fulfilling life path.
For those seeking a compassionate and open counselor committed to transparency and genuine support, I offer a safe space for personal growth and transformation.”

Lindsay Connon


Hello, I am Lindsay and am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of WI. I work to create a welcoming and supportive therapeutic environment to help you explore a variety of concerns. I specialize in working with adults that are experiencing depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship difficulties, and personality disorders. With a strong emphasis on trauma informed care, my approach is integrative and combines person-centered, mindfulness, and cognitive-behavioral treatment strategies.
I received my Master of Science in Education in Community Counseling from the University of WI Oshkosh in 2018 and have pursued many continuing education credits in various topics ranging from: personality disorders, trauma, ACT, CBT. I am here to help you explore and gain higher levels of self-awareness so that you can make more meaningful choices in your life. I look forward to connecting with you and helping you to work towards a better you.

Evan Meyer


Evan is a dedicated Mental Health Professional who is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Evan embarked on his academic journey at The University of Wisconsin Green Bay, focusing on Psychology and Human Development. Continuing his pursuit, he obtained a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lakeland University.
Throughout his educational endeavors, Evan actively engaged in crisis response work in Sheboygan County. He is passionate about trauma therapy and has dedicated time to becoming a certified trauma professional. Additionally, Evan has received training in Acceptance Commitment Therapy, adding depth and versatility to his therapeutic approach.
Evan's experience extends to working with children and adolescents with autism, employing Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) techniques. His strength lies in establishing strong connections with clients, meeting them at their individual points of need.
Evan Meyer brings a compassionate and client-centered approach to therapy, aiming to create a supportive environment for each person he works with.

Kassidy Murphy


Kassidy is a Licensed Professional Counselor – In Training (LPC-IT) who began her academic journey at The University of Wisconsin Green Bay, majoring in psychology with a specialized focus on Mental Health and a minor in Human Development. Furthering her dedication, she earned a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lakeland University. Kassidy concentrated her studies on person-centered and narrative therapies.
Her professional experience includes working with Runaway and Youth Services in Sheboygan County, where she played a pivotal role and facilitated group sessions. Additionally, she served as the lead mental health professional on Sheboygan’s Crisis Response Team, showcasing her expertise in crisis intervention.
Kassidy enjoys working with teenagers and young adults navigating adjustment disorders, depression, or anxiety. As a certified clinical trauma professional, she brings invaluable insight and proficiency in aiding individuals in distress. Her familiarity with trauma-informed approaches enables her to effectively support those grappling with various challenges.

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