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Rachael Marie Rutter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Overland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LAC
“Do you feel alone? Is your marriage falling apart? Are you and your family going through a stressful life transition? Whatever brought you to this website, I applaud you for taking the first step in improving your life. I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC)in Kansas and have been seeing clients since 2011. My training allows me to provide individual, couple, family, and group therapy to all ages.
(913) 325-4529
Margaret P Ragan, Counselor  in Overland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LCPC, CEAP, CRAADC
“Problems overwhelming you? Ready to take action and make changes within a confidential, supportive environment? I've helped people with relationship issues; bereavement issues; job problems; substance abuse; traumatic events; stress, anxiety and anger management; women's issues; improving communication skills. Allow me to assist you in gaining new insights into your situation. I believe we gain new insights when we are able to look at our problems and lives through a different perspective. These insights lead us to new options and possible solutions to our problems.
(816) 659-3145
Counseling for Women and Adolescent Girls, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Prairie Village
“As a therapist, I help clients in the Kansas City area with issues particularly challenging to women and adolescent girls today. I strive to help clients gain a better understanding of who they are and how to increase personal effectiveness with others resulting in stronger, healthier relationships. It is my mission to connect with each individual, develop trust in a nonjudgmental relaxing setting and provide tools to increase life skills, and personal strengths.
(913) 674-9905
Hope Counseling Center, Counselor  in Overland Park
“My greatest area of expertise lies in counseling clients through relationship struggles such as marital distress involving infidelity, pornography, addictions, and other difficulties including communication, sex, parenting, in-laws, money, and more. I also have a passion for walking with those struggling with anxiety, depression, past abuse, life struggles, transitions, grief and stress. I have a very pastoral presence with my clients. I care about those that God brings to me. My goal is to treat all those that come to walk with me for a time with my greatest skill and deepest love.
(913) 325-4611
Jaimee Harris, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Overland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, TLMFT
“My clients benefit from a powerful combination of evidence-based technique and a nurturing presence to heal past wounds, process lingering effects of trauma, loss or abuse and can restore healthy relationships and experience a sense of wholeness. I am devoted to serving others through connection and warmth with non judgmental guidance. Through commitment to genuine acceptance and perceptive insight, I help identify the impact of life issues and a variety of mental health concerns. As a passionate and professional Marriage and Family Therapist, I work with individuals, couples and families. My approach emphasizes repair, rediscovery of choice and hope.
(913) 871-4010
Susan Dunaway, Counselor  in Overland Park
“Parents long to help their child find academic, behavioral, social and academic success. When children struggle in one or more of these areas parents struggle to find the best solution. They are often pointed toward medication. I offer a different approach: neurofeedback. Neurofeedback is a powerful (and painless) tool that helps the brain function better by helping it learn to regulate itself. A regulated brain is less reactive, learns better, rests better and relates better. It can result in a child who is more able to learn academic and social skills and be more in charge of their emotions.
(913) 428-7524
Joe R Wilner, Psychologist  in Overland Park
“I am a transformation coach and a Licensed Master Level Psychologist (LMLP) in the state of Kansas. I utilizes a strengths-based approach incorporating principles from solution-focused therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and positive psychotherapy. I have training and experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in community mental health centers, juvenile corrections, and inpatient psychiatric facilities. I work primarily with adolescents and adults coping with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, and life transitions. I offer coaching for well-being, stress management, lifestyle design, mindfulness training, emotional intelligence, and career planning.
(913) 543-3984
Signature Behavioral Healthcare, Treatment Facility  in Lenexa
“Signature Behavioral Healthcare provides medically-based outpatient group psychotherapy, psychiatric care, education and therapy services for adults and adolescents who are struggling to mage mental illness and addictive disorders. Sessions are in a group setting, but each patient receives an individualized treatment program. Goals include crisis stabilization, patient education and the development of coping skills in the least restrictive level of appropriate care. Our treatment team provides behavioral health care in a structured, therapeutic environment where patients learn to function more independently and competently as they reduce the acute symptoms and behaviors that precipitated the need for treatment. Medication management is available each week the patient is in the program from a Board Certified Psychiatrist or Advanced Practice Nurse Clinician. Our medical directors believe in a collaborative approach to treatment, working with the patients' Primary Care Physician, community psychiatrist, and psychotherapist to ensure better and more positive outcomes.
(816) 463-9084
Lenexa, Kansas 66214
Catherine Sterchi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Prairie Village
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSCSW, LCSW, RPT-S
“Do you struggle in your life with strong reactions to events that seem out of your control? Do you find yourself captured by anger, upset, fear, or anxiety? Have you wanted to find a way to take the difficult things that have happened in your life and somehow have them set a foundation for you to have a better, less critical connection with yourself and others around you? I know how hard it is to make real changes that will lead to lasting peace, joy and effectiveness. I also know that it is absolutely possible to change course and rebuild.
(913) 601-8038
Rebecca Rasmussen Miles, Psychologist  in Overland Park
“One of my greatest professional strengths is providing an atmosphere of respectful and non-judgmental compassion. In addition to listening, I am interactive and offer guidance and direction. I approach treatment from a position that our past experiences affect our current pattern of decision-making. I offer both short- and long-term psychotherapy, depending on each individual's need and I look forward to creating an individualized treatment plan with you that will help you most effectively reach your goals.
(913) 732-1159
Nancy K. Greenlee, Counselor  in Leawood
“Is it time to finally address why you feel depressed, tired, unloveable? Maybe you've had a realization that you have spent too much time chasing relationships in all the wrong places and with the wrong people. Need some help finding your purpose? It's time to get your life on track! I am here to help! With my professional experience and helpful guidance you will surely feel better soon.
(913) 732-1312
Leawood, Kansas 66211
Scott Ginther, Counselor  in Overland Park
“Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, addiction, work stress, or relationship conflict? Are you experiencing a transition such as marriage, childrearing, divorce, or job change? Do you feel isolated and unsure of how to move forward? It is difficult to deal with these issues alone and therapy can help. Choosing a therapist is an important decision, and it should be someone with whom you feel comfortable. I view therapy as an interactive process in which we work together to identify problems and find solutions. Therapy can provide you with the skills you need to make real changes in your life.
(913) 956-0391
Aaron Mitchum, Counselor  in Overland Park
“I believe in the resilience of people and am passionate about working with individuals, couples and families. I utilizes Attachment Theory, Systems Theory and Psychodynamic Theory in my counseling and don't believe in slapping diagnostic labels on people but rather in hearing and trying to understanding their unique story. It's important that you and your partner or family feel heard and experience your needs being cared for.
(913) 937-8430
Teri R Sullivan, Psychologist  in Overland Park
“I have over 40 years experience helping individuals, families and couples solve a wide range of problems. My areas of expertise include the following: relationship issues, depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, phobias. My treatment approach is cognitive behavioral therapy which is now recognized as one of the most effective types of psychological treatment. Thousands of research studies have demonstrated that this treatment leads to successful outcomes. It involves setting well defined goals and identifying and changing the beliefs, thoughts and actions that are associated with problematic feelings.
(913) 732-1067
Cindy Brennan, Counselor  in Leawood
“As a Registered Play Therapist, I work with children 1 year and older with a variety of presenting concerns: anxiety, ADHD, social difficulties, academic struggles, behavioral concerns, divorce, life transitions, self-esteem, anger, and grief. My passion lies with children and their families who have experienced trauma, abuse or attachment difficulties. Recent brain research has proven that the absence of a secure attachment with a primary caregiver negatively impacts the child's normal developmental process. In order to ensure inner change, my play therapy work often initially focuses on developing a positive, consistent, and nurturing relationship with an attachment figure.
(913) 884-3227
Leawood, Kansas 66211
Teresa Sciara, Counselor  in Leawood
“Are you struggling with a situation that is dominating your life and causing you pain? Do you feel stuck and searching for answers? Perhaps you are concerned about your child's emotions or behavior and need support and tools to bring balance to your family's life. I believe it is a privilege to partner with you on your journey to healing, where I am committed to provide you with a safe and warm environment that is accepting and non-judgmental.
(913) 674-5365
Leawood, Kansas 66211
Gregory Osterhaus,   in Lenexa
PhD, Neurosc
“As we get older, we sometimes discover that life isn't going as planned. The dreams and ideals we had as youth sometimes don't follow the path we expect them to follow.Perhaps your relationship didn't turn out the way you expected, or maybe the job you have is simply not fulfilling. We might know we aren't happy with the way things are, but have no idea how to fix it. We may even wonder if it can be fixed at all.
(785) 335-4112
Lenexa, Kansas 66219
Alicia Marks,   in Olathe
“With the right person counseling can be collaborative, creative, deeply effective, and can help with immediate problems or long-standing struggles. Children are naturally vibrant and curious, but their access to this vibrancy often becomes blocked as they face life's challenges and contrasts. During the 1st visits a plan is created with measurable goals to insure the counseling is utilized to best support the needs of child or teen and the parents.My primary focus is working with children, teens and families, however, I welcome adults too.
(913) 933-9706
Olathe, Kansas 66062
Debra Neal, Counselor  in Overland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LCPC, KCGC, CRADC, NCGC, II
“My specialties include marital/relationship issues, problem gambling/addictions, change management, depression/anxiety, military, and work/life balance. Over the last 25 years, I've gained considerable experience and expertise helping others find emotional relief from the burdens of everyday living--especially issues complicated by self defeating habits, emotions, and beliefs
(816) 892-5406
“In working with individual patients, and sometimes with couples, I employ a cognitive-behavioral approach. Therapy involves a mutual exploration of the patient's painful feelings and counter-productive behavior. Depression, anxiety, anger, and grief are examples, problematic to be sure, but part of the human experience. Sometimes, the process of just exploring those feelings, and allowing them to be expressed, leads to change. More often, a difficult re-ordering of interpretations, perceptions and behavior is necessary. I also often employ self-hypnosis, when the time is right, to help patients alter their underlying perceptions and feelings.
(913) 667-4796
Leawood, Kansas 66211
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Johnson County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Johnson County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Johnson County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Johnson County or family therapy in Johnson County.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
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