BSI staff are leading psychiatrists,
psychologists, nurse practitioners, social workers, alcohol counselors and
nurses who are dedicated to providing high quality, compassionate behavioral
BSI partners with a network of area hospitals in
order to provide a responsive, integrated continuum of care for the patients
that we treat.
President and Founder of BSI
Dr. Mark G. Eberhage is the President of BSI. He has spent much of his professional career
dedicated to developing services for adults and the under-served geriatric population. In
addition to his primarily adult outpatient practice, he has worked extensively
in the long-term care community to develop the availability of on-site
behavioral health services
in Southeastern Wisconsin skilled nursing facilities, group homes and assisted living
Dr. Eberhage’s private practice focuses on the treatment of
adult mood and anxiety disorders, impulse control, personality and couples
issues. He likes to use a practical solution-focused model, and views
psychotherapy as a collaboration toward making positive changes through arming
clients with knowledge and insight.
As an administrator he has developed and overseen both
inpatient and partial hospitalization programs. His efforts have been
focused toward developing continuum services for the elderly in Milwaukee in an
attempt to create "dynamic systems of care that work."
Dr. Eberhage is an engaging, interactive and
lively speaker who has provided seminars and training sessions for staff,
caregivers and the public on a number of helpful topics.
Dr. Eberhage has volunteered as a steering committee member of the
Milwaukee Older Adults Mental Health and Substance Abuse Providers Association
in order to advocate for improved access to mental health services for the
elderly in the Milwaukee area.
Dr. Eberhage has a strong belief in compassionate care with integrity and
- American Psychological Association
- Listed in National Register of Health Care Providers
- Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, University of Missouri
- Kansas City, 1992
- Master of Arts in Psychology, University of Missouri -
Kansas City, 1988
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Wisconsin -