Leah O'Reilly, PsyD, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Dr. O'Reilly is available Mondays - Thursdays 9am to 6pm. She is currently only accepting new patients for morning and early afternoon appointments (9am to 2pm). She is not available Fridays-Sundays.
Dr. O'Reilly is completing her requirements to receive licensure as a psychologist. She works with children 5 and older, adolescents, and adults in individual therapy. She also conducts psychological assessment/evaluations (personality, cognitive, and ADHD). The primary issues she works with include mood disorders (anxiety, depression, etc.), behavioral issues (ADHD, ODD), interpersonal issues, family life, LGBTQA+ issues, and trauma.
She adheres to an eclectic, culturally dynamic approach to therapy that best fits the individual. She draws from psychodynamic, strengths-based, humanistic, interpersonal, LGBTQIA, and cognitive-behavioral based therapies. She finds that working with the individual to create a healing relationship is most important.
Dr. O'Reilly is a Minnesota native and she received her education from UW-Madison, the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Jerusalem, Israel. She completed her APA Accredited doctoral internship at the Indian Health Care Resource Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She moved back to the midwest and landed in the Milwaukee area and has been with EFCC for over 1 year.
O'Reilly, L. (2018). The development of a training curriculum for psychotherapists working with refugees and asylum-seekers. Milwaukee, WI. Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology.
Loche, L., O’Reilly, L., Stapleton, M., Floyd, R., Menting, J., & Shadlow, J. O. (2016). Professional Psychology Internship Focused on Native American Mental Health. Poster Presented at the 2016 Society of Indian Psychologists Conference, Logan, Utah.
Carter, E. W., Moss, C. K., Swedeen, B., Walter, M. J., & Zimmerman, L. (2010). Leadership: A guide for promoting leadership skills in youth with disabilities. Madison, WI: Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison.