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Serenity Mental Health Services


818 West St., Suite 814
Watertown, WI 53094

Phone: 920-545-4357

Mon-Fri: 8:30am – 8:00pm (by appointment)
Sat: By Appointment Only
Sun: Closed


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About us

Nina Golemi believes in empowering her clients by using a variety of clinical approaches, depending on individual needs. She views therapy as a collaborative experience in which she seeks to help her clients feel understood and have hope for the future. Golemi originally began practicing as a professional counselor in the Milwaukee area and has experience working with clients from a variety of backgrounds and belief systems. Prior to pursuing licensed professional counseling, Golemi was trained in ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) therapy while working with individuals with autism. She holds certifications in Aggression Replacement Therapy (ART), Stress & Trauma Care with Military Application, Biological Aspects of Addiction/Recovery, the Diagnostic and Treatment of Sex Addiction, and is a certified PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator. Golemi’s specialties include providing trauma informed treatment for survivors of abuse, traumatic events and human sex trafficking as well as sex-offense specific treatment through the Alternatives to Sexual Assault Program.

Golemi prefers to use creative art therapy interventions in her work and has developed a projective psychological painting series entitled the “Windows Series.” These images are intended to provide clinicians with a window into the client’s respective worldview through subjective interpretation. Golemi also creates children’s books, and “Jose’s Horrible Habit” is currently available on Amazon here. She is currently in the research and interview stage of her book, “Becoming Human: Overcoming Childhood Psychological Abuse.” Other clinically creative endeavors Golemi is involved in include personalized interventions and the illustrated cognitive distortion card game.