Meet the Professional Counselors

At Divine Wellness & Counseling the licensed therapist are dedicated to providing quality and professional counseling services. Each therapist has specialized training to meet your individual needs.

Tanzanique Cage


Tanzanique Cage is a licensed professional counselor in Milwaukee, WI. She received her undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice at the University of Wisconsin Parkside in Kenosha and her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling at Concordia University Wisconsin. She has over 4 years’ experience working in the mental health, social work, and AODA fields in Milwaukee, Kenosha, and Racine.

Tanzanique has been trained in trauma informed care, suicide prevention, and thinking for change. The purpose of thinking for change is to reduce recidivism by helping the client understand the consequences of their actions prior to committing it. She has experience working with individuals who have been involved in domestic violence situations as well as individuals who are on probation. Workplace experience includes St. Charles, Rogers memorial hospital, and Wisconsin CommunityServices (WCS).

Tanzanique has a passion for working with underserved communities and has spent a lot of time working for multiple non-profit organizations in the city of Milwaukee. Tanzanique strives to help her clients improve their life by discovering ways to build on their strengths and develop new skills and insights that will empower them to live a more fulfilling connected life. Her goal is to create a caring space, free of judgement where she and the client can work together to explore strengths and remove
barriers to emotional growth.

Jessie Corroo


Jessie Corroo is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor, and Work Incentive Practitioner. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and her Master’s degree in Community Counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She has since spent time counseling justice system involved youth as well as youth and adults with disabilities who are seeking employment. Jessie currently works with youth and families in individual and family therapy. Her areas of focus include working with clients who’ve experienced justice system involvement, trauma, substance use disorders, addictions, emotional and behavioral disorders, and coping with chronic stress. Jessie believes that each of us has the innate potential and ability to overcome whatever challenge is in front of us; sometimes we just need guidance toward our inner truth.

Shakari Lewis

kari bio

Kari Lewis is a Milwaukee native who graduated from Juneau High School in 2006. She attended the University of Wisconsin-Platteville obtaining Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and her Master’s in Counseling Psychology. After college, she accepted a position in Milwaukee, starting her career as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor at the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation working with clients with mental, physical, and cognitive disabilities. She then moved on to working as a family therapist with at-risk youth under the Functional Family Therapy model.

Kari has worked on the Adult Mobile Mobile Crisis Team as a licensed professional counselor, traveling throughout Milwaukee County responding to psychiatric crises with clients, case managers, doctors, and family members who need assistance with de-escalating a mental health crisis.

Kari is trained to work with suicidal callers who call the national suicide hotline for Milwaukee and in July 2019, Kari was certified to be an ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) trainer. The purpose of an ASIST  trainer is to help caregivers learn the warning signs of suicide and safely apply suicide first-aid to ensure individuals remain safe.

Kari has been dedicated to serving individuals with mental illnesses since 2013. She is devoted to ensuring that the people of Milwaukee County are educated about mental health and she will continue to bridge the gap within the mental health system and the community for which she serves.