our staff

Leslie Taylor, MD
Psychiatrist

Dr. Leslie Taylor is a board-certified psychiatrist specializing in mood disorders, addiction, clinical research, and medication management of psychiatric disorders. Dr. Taylor is a pioneer in guiding FDA-approved TMS treatment in Madison. She has over 20 years of experience in treating adults and adolescents.

Shelly Dutch, CSAC, ICS
Director

Shelly has been dedicating her life work to young people and their families for more than 25 years. She has received numerous awards and recognition for her dedication to the alcohol and drug problem in our society. She is certified at both the state and national levels, and emphasizes mentoring and service as the key to recovery. She works with staff at UW Madison training residents on substance abuse and provides panels to speak throughout the country. She also founded Horizon High School, an emotional growth recovery school in 2004.

Alison Owens, B.ED, SAC-IT
TMS Coordinator

Ali is a compassionate woman in long-term recovery who has worked in the area of mental health and substance abuse. She started at the TMS Center of Madison in January 2021 and is Brainsway certified to administer TMS treatment. Her responsibility is to provide the best patient-focused care and interpersonal support to her patients to get them to the best quality of life. Ali gets to experience firsthand how Deep TMS can change the lives of so many people suffering from depression.

Jamie Cwik
TMS Technician

Jamie has been a TMS Technician at the TMS Center of Madison since October 2021. She is a Certified Brainsway Deep TMS Operator who is committed to providing patients with compassionate and judgment-free care. In December 2020, Jamie graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a minor in Human Resource Management. Her background in these areas of study allow her to excel in both the patient care components and administrative aspects of her career. Jamie is extraordinarily passionate about the field of mental health and is working toward removing the stigma associated with mental illnesses.