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Amy Kuechler, PsyD


Amy Kuechler, PsyD, is a licensed clinical child and adolescent psychologist at Rogers Behavioral Health’s outpatient clinic in Brown Deer, offering partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient care. She serves as the clinical psychologist for the early adolescent Mental Health Recovery program for externalizing tweens and for the adolescent Mental Health and Addiction Recovery program. In addition to patient care, she provides clinical supervision to the multidisciplinary teams for both programs. Dr. Kuechler also works within her community to spread awareness of child and adolescent mental health struggles by presenting at area schools and professional conferences.

Dr. Kuechler earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin Madison and is a graduate of the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Illinois, where she earned her master’s and PsyD degrees. She completed an internship at Neuropsychological Services of Lansing where she conducted psychological and neuropsychological assessments and therapeutic interventions at a Level I trauma hospital.

Prior to joining Rogers, Dr. Kuechler was a senior clinician in a Chicago area partial hospitalization program specializing in treating adolescents who engaged in self injurious behaviors and presented with an array of co-occurring mental health issues, including mood and anxiety disorders, substance use, and eating disorders. While at Rogers, Dr. Kuechler continues to work with the child and adolescent populations with a particular emphasis on the support and education needed for the patients’ family.

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