Tracy is passionate about walking beside hurting people as they courageously face life’s challenges. She believes people possess the strengths and abilities necessary to maneuver through painful life experiences and come out stronger and more resilient. She desires to provide an environment of hope, grace, and safety so that the healing process can occur; offering support, encouragement and praise for the challenging work of personal growth.
Tracy loves working with individuals, couples, and families experiencing depression, anxiety, grief, loss, relationship conflict, marital concerns, addiction, and trauma. She approaches therapy from a system’s perspective that looks at the whole context of a person’s life rather than just at the individual. Tracy endeavors to see the big picture with her clients, taking into account mind, body, and spirit. She believes in providing a non-judgmental atmosphere in which the client can feel relaxed and work toward positive change.
Tracy is dually licensed in mental health and substance abuse. Receiving a Masters of Science degree in Family Therapy from Friends University and a Bachelors of Science degree in Counseling with concentration in Addiction Studies from Newman University. Tracy is trained in Prepare/Enrich, a premarital and marital enhancement program, as well as Gottman Method couples therapy. She is trained in Sand Tray Therapy, a powerful therapeutic method that facilitates the psyche's natural capacity for healing. Tracy is also trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), an evidence-based treatment for PTSD and trauma.
Tracy is available for all your therapy needs, be it individual, family or marriage counseling, addiction therapy, trauma treatment, anxiety, depression, or grief and loss.
Molly has a heart for those who are hurting and long to experience relief. She is passionate about walking along side clients, helping them to release constraints and step into the goodness and freedom of who they truly are. She believes that every person possesses the strengths, ability, and courage to navigate the challenges of life and discover beauty and growth in the journey.
Molly enjoys working with individuals, couples and families experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, marital concerns, relational conflict, and PTSD. She approaches therapy from a systemic lens, looking at the person’s whole life context. Molly believes in a holistic approach to healing, integrating mind, body, and spirit. She aspires to bring a compassionate, safe, and accepting presence to her work with clients.
Molly holds a bachelor’s degree in the science of nursing and has a background working in the medical field with patients in the intensive care unit. She also holds a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friend’s University. Molly has experience working with individuals, couples, and families in a clinic setting as well as group therapy with clients in an inpatient addictions treatment setting. Molly is pursuing level 1 training in Somatic Experiencing and hopes to bring a unique blend of her backgrounds to aid in the holistic healing of clients.
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Steve was born and raised within a loving family in a small Kansas town and derived from that many of the values of love, faith, and family he holds today. Steve believes people are important. Relationships are vital. Health encompasses many things beyond simply the physical- spiritual, emotional, and social, among others.
In Steve's ongoing desire to fulfill his highest calling of loving and serving others, he's had the opportunity to work with people of all ages and all walks of life, from the children in a children's psychiatric center, to substance abusers in a halfway house, to married couples making tough decisions, to the elderly who are facing questions in the closing stages of life.
Steve received training at Hesston and Bethel College, then earned a master's degree in social work at the University of Kansas. Steve has been a practicing Clinical Social Worker most of three decades since, with a seventeen-year stint, working as chaplain in a substance use disorder residential treatment center.
Steve stays busy being happily married with two adult children and two active grandsons, making music, reading, and exercising. Steve looks forward to working with you through careful listening, sharing life lessons he's learned, and walking with you wherever you may find yourself.
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Josh is passionate about working with couples or individuals struggling in relationships and marriages, people struggling with trauma recovery (whether it is big trauma or little trauma), and helping individuals and couples break the chains of anxiety, depression, and grief. Josh works primarily with individual adults or couples and strives to provide a non-judgemental, safe, hopeful, and relaxing atmosphere in which to walk alongside clients as they walk the path toward healing.
Josh has a bachelor's degree in psychology from Tabor College, and a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from Friends University. He is trained in Prepare/Enrich, a premarital and marriage enhancement program, and has completed level one of the Gottman Method training.
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Shana Schmidt, Licensed Counselor (LPC) & Infant Mental Health Specialist (IMHS) has a diverse professional background as a counselor, infant mental health specialist, adjunct professor, and reflective supervisor with a specialty in attachment and trauma recovery. She walks alongside those she serves with empathy, presence, and a little bit of swearing. Shana believes that relationships trump research and that every person has the ability and responsibility to grow into who they were created to be. She finds the most joy spending time with her family and friends in nature or at a concert.
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Taylor provides therapy services to children, adolescents, and adults. She enjoys working with clients on issues related to parenting, anxiety, depression, life transitions, complicated grief, trauma, and the prenatal/postpartum period. She creates a warm, safe environment and collaborates with clients using a curious, strengths-based approach to work towards their unique goals. Taylor believes that people are not their problems, and her role as a therapist is encouraging clients to find the potential for healing within themselves.
Taylor received her bachelor’s degree in literature and psychology at Kansas State University and her professional background is in supporting adolescents and their families. She obtained her master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from Friends University and has experience working with individuals, couples, and families from diverse settings. She enjoys using experiential and creative interventions in the therapy room through music, art, writing, and play therapy. Taylor has certification in sand tray therapy, completed Gottman Level 1 & 2 training, and is currently working towards play therapy certification. She has experience in group facilitation and enjoys working in community settings to provide presentations related to mental health topics. Outside of work, she enjoys time in nature with her family, attempting new recipes, and listening to live music.
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Jenny is patient, compassionate and non-judgemental. She believes that individuals have a natural tendency toward positive growth and at times need guidance in making those small steps towards positive change. She is trained in Prepare/Enrich, a premarital and marriage enhancement program. Jenny’s approach when working with individuals, couples, and families is to examine interpersonal and familial patterns and consider the individual in context. Jenny is currently working towards her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Friend’s University in Wichita, Kansas
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Hello! My name is Olivia, but I go by Liv. Here are a few things about me. I am a yogi, a Taurus and an enneagram 8 from Kansas. I graduated from Kansas State University with my Bachelors in Family Science and Human Services with a Minor in Conflict Analysis and Trauma. After completing this, came a season of raising my daughter, getting through the pandemic and finding what direction was next for us.
During this time, I chose to deepen my yoga practice by attending a 200-hour yoga teacher training.
Realizing my passion lies in helping individuals understand how good their bodies are designed to feel, I entered a graduate degree program in Marriage and Family Therapy. A year into the program, I decided to focus on the somatic approach to healing and pursue more education in body-based training. That decision brought clarity to my pursuit in helping people. I am continuing my education directly focused on the body's role in healing.
In the meantime, credited with my 200-hour yoga teacher training, my goal is to offer a space for clients to connect with and listen to the story within their nervous systems. Utilizing life coaching, mindfulness, breath work, and movement to help individuals begin living a more embodied life.
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