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Jodie Rosendal, LPC

There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you. - Maya Angelou

Life can be messy, complicated and painful.  Sorting through our experiences alone can be difficult.  I am passionate about helping others make sense of their inner stories that have them feeling stuck, confused and misunderstood.  Life is not just what happens to us, but what lies within us.  I utilize several different therapy approaches to best help my clients understand their stories, express themselves in a healthy way, and learn new tools in order to live their best lives.  I provide a safe, comfortable "lived in" environment that welcomes each client at their own unique "chapter" in their journey.  My services include Play Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and EMDR.  I enjoy working with children, teens, adults and families.

I hold a Bachelor's degree in Social Science with an Education Concentration from Ashford University, and a Master's degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Mid America Nazarene University.  I am licensed in the State of Missouri, and am a Nationally Board Certified Counselor.  Previously, I worked for a local school district in both administrative and educator/trainer roles.  My experience in the mental health field includes work as a case manager, mental health assessor and community educator.  I completed internships with Gillis Shelter, CAPA and Cornerstones of Care.

On a personal note, I am a mother, grandmother, friend, teacher, mentor and community supporter.  I teach CPR and First Aid, parenting skills and relational skills.  I love to learn and read incessantly.  I enjoy scrap-booking, spending time with family and visiting new places.

Most importantly, I want you to know that YOU ARE NOT ALONE.  I want to partner with you and make sense of your experiences, to learn how they have impacted your thoughts and feelings, and help you to live the life you were meant to live.  Are you ready to heal through therapy?  Come join me, and we'll write a new chapter in the story of your life, together!

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Vanidee Stollenwerk, LPC

When the world says, "give up", Hope whispers, "try it one more time." - Unknown

Is hope whispering to you?  Let me help you turn it from a whisper to a roar.  My goal is to help others empower themselves to make the changes they need in their life.  In working from a Cognitive-Behavioral lens, I teach others to change perspective - how one sees themselves and their life.  In collaboration, we can explore and challenge your thoughts to help you see a situation differently, which subsequently leads to a change in how you feel and behave.  I also teach a variety of skills to support that change in thinking.  I like to use the analogy of creating a "toolbelt" of skills, so when life presents you with challenges, you pick which tool best helps you in the moment.  This may be learning to turn off a negative thought, using relaxation skills to calm your body, or communicating assertively in the moment.  

I possess a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Psychology as well as a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Avila University.  I am currently provisionally licensed in the state of Missouri as a Professional Counselor.  My past experience includes working as a behavioral health counselor for a psychiatric hospital/residential center, as well as a Qualified Mental Health Professional for a local community mental health center.  I enjoy working with clients of all ages - and have recently seen an increase in referrals of middle-school-aged adolescents.

Outside of therapy, I hold my most important roles - those of mother, daughter, sister and wife.  I enjoy scrapbooking and crafting, and especially spending time with my young daughter.  One of our favorite pastimes is baking together (and her joy in making the frosting!)

One of my most core philosophies is instilling hope in others.  I believe that hope springs when one creates the POSSIBILITY of change.  Are you ready for a change?  Join me in "trying one more time", and with a new perspective turn that whisper of hope to a roar!

Please Note: Vanidee only has TeleHealth appointments available.

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Pearl Bryant, LPC

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Has some personal crisis thrown your life into chaos?  Do you need help coping? 

 

Don’t give up hope – I can help you pick up the pieces and start again.  Clients of various ethnicities, cultural backgrounds, and ages seek my help for an array of issues.

Grief can interrupt life whether it is because of the death of a loved one, loss of a spouse due to marital problems, estranged relationships from family or friends, financial loss, or physical disabilities.  My specialized training in grief counseling, coupled with my own personal journey in grieving the loss of my son, has prepared me to teach my clients coping strategies to manage their grief and incorporate self-care and compassion toward others.

I also specialize in providing marital/couples counseling.

I have 30 years of clinical expertise and use client-centered, interactive approaches which allow my clients to freely express their thoughts and feelings.  My clients learn coping strategies to assist themselves in building upon their strengths and attaining personal growth.

I am a licensed professional counselor with a Master of Arts Degree in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling.  My post graduate training includes Grief Counseling, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Christian Counseling, and Infant Mental Health.

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Sherri Brooke, LPC

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When we are no longer able to change a situation - we are challenged to change ourselves. - Viktor E. Frankl

Working from a cognitive-behavioral perspective, I am inspired by the capacity we all have for change.  Thoughts, feelings and behaviors are linked together, influencing one another.  Sometimes, our experiences, biology and/or interactions result in a negative cycle of living.  Helping others to seek out positives, effectively express thoughts and feelings, and learn new skills to cope leads to lasting change.  In it's most simplest form:

Think Better - Feel Better - Do Better

While at Avila University, I was very much influenced by the program's focus on "giving therapy away".  In essence, it is my goal to teach each client how to become their own therapist.  Skills taught become life-long, and clients are equipped to handle future problems without the need of repeatedly returning to therapy.  Therefore, one can expect treatment to be short-term, solution-focused, with a specific time-frame established for goal achievement.  Treatment is a collaborative effort, a team approach to tackling a problem.  Together, we identify a goal, clarify an objective and put into action a plan for change.  Therapy requires a commitment to attend scheduled appointments, actively engage in sessions and complete homework assignments.  It also requires an openness to trying out new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving.  Sessions are tailored to each client's specific needs, but follow a general two-part format: to create a safe, supportive space to express one's self, as well as a teaching environment to learn new skills.

Finally, my core philosophy centers on making meaning.  I choose to believe there is a balance to the universe of good and bad, light and dark.  Removing the negative "filter" and consciously seeking out positives leads to meaning and purpose.  True change entails adopting a mindset of CHOOSING positive attitudes and perceptions, especially when we can not choose our circumstances.

I hold a Bachelors of Educational Studies degree, majoring in Education & Counseling Psychology from the University of Missouri-Columbia.  I also possess a Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology from Avila University.  I am licensed in the state of Missouri as a Professional Counselor, as well as nationally board certified.  I have been trained and rostered as a Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapist through the Missouri Academy of Child Studies, and am one of only two rostered therapists in the Northland.

I have over 25 years experience in the mental health field.  I have previously held positions as a therapist working for and with psychiatric hospitals/residential centers, local mental health centers, and school districts.  I spent several years as an in-home therapist, working primarily with children, teens and families, before joining a private practice in 2007.  In 2012, I opened my own private practice and in 2017 expanded to hiring several contract therapists to meet the need of providing quality therapeutic services to our clients.  

 

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Allison Rogers, LCSW

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Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it's having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the
outcome. Vulnerability is not weakness; it's our greatest measure of courage. - Brene Brown

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) treating children, adolescents, adults and families. I believe that all individuals have
the ability to improve themselves and their lives within the confines of a trusting, warm, and empathetic therapeutic setting. I provide person-centered therapy, in addition to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for adults, and directive and non-directive play therapy to children to help them express emotions and resolve conflicts in their natural language of play. I also enjoy working with those who have experienced traumatic events, and I am trained in EMDR (eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing) and Trauma-Focused CBT, both of which are evidence-based treatments for trauma. More important than the techniques used is the strength of the therapeutic relationship, and I develop a close and effective working relationship with clients while tuning into each person’s lived experiences, values, strengths, and goals.

I hold a bachelor's degree in Anthropology and Sociology from Rhodes College in Memphis, TN and a master's degree in Social Work (MSW) from The University of Memphis in Memphis, TN. Duri
ng my masters program, I completed two internships; the first at LeBonheur Children's Hospital working with children and families impacted by serious medical conditions as well as civil legal problems. My second internship was at an intensive outpatient program (IOP) focused on treating adults with depression, anxiety, PTSD, eating disorders, and personality disorders.

Outside of work, I enjoy listening to music, cooking, knitting, running, and spending time with my two very playful cats.

Please Note: Allison only has TeleHealth appointments available.

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Danielle Howell, LCSW

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The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination. - Carl Rogers 

 

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who enjoys working with children, teens, and adults to navigate the challenges of life. I provide services from a strengths based and cognitive behavioral perspective in order to address needs related to anxiety, depression, adjustment, emotion regulation, executive functioning, and behavioral concerns. Additionally, I believe in the strength of the therapeutic relationship and work to provide a safe, welcoming environment for all of my clients in order to work together to meet their goals.

 

I believe that acknowledging intersectional systems and factors including culture, diversity, family stressors, and resources is integral in promoting positive outcomes for clients. I support my clients through exploring their history, needs, patterns, and strengths in order to promote healthy growth and change. 

 

I received my Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work degrees from the University of Missouri in Columbia, MO. Previously, I have served as a School Based Therapist, Outpatient Therapist in a Community Mental Health setting, and an Applied Behavioral Analysis Implementer with Missouri First Steps. 

 

In addition to being a therapist, some of my favorite roles are that of a mother, wife, daughter, sister, and friend. On a personal note, I enjoy traveling, cooking, reading, camping, and yoga. I love spending time with my family, including my dog and two cats. 

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Autumn Newby, LPC

All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost;

The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

From the ashes a fire shall be woken,  A light from the shadows shall spring;

Renewed shall be blade that was broken, The crownless again shall be king.

- J. R. R. Tolkein

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I believe in equipping others with the tools they need to feel individually empowered to face their life's circumstances and journey as a wholly capable individual. My goal is to assist my clients in achieving their goals through individualized counseling that meets their needs. Together, we will work to unmask the “daily character” presented to the world so that the inner self can come to the surface and thrive. I believe that when we are able to understand and embrace the many individual parts that make us up, we are able to live out a more fulfilling existence while presenting an authentic version of ourselves thus positively impacting the world we exist in. I enjoy working with teenagers and adults and have a passion for helping those who have experienced varying degrees of trauma.    

In my personal life, I greatly enjoy my relationships with others while also thriving as a proud “Nerd” and “Introvert”. Depending on the day, I generally consider myself to be a fantasy fiction bookworm, craft enthusiast, with a love of all things pumpkin spice and fall related. I love spending time growing spiritually, being in community, crafting, cooking, traveling, and gaining knowledge (the area of knowledge changes like Missouri weather!) My ideal day would include watching Harry Potter or The Lord of the Rings, curled up with a blanket, sipping a nice cup of coffee, while a homemade meal cooks in the crockpot. I am a proud “Ravenclaw” with an affinity for Legos and an ever growing desire to be the most authentic version of me that I can achieve.         

                                     

I obtained a Master of Arts in Counseling from MidAmerica Nazarene University in 2017 and a Bachelor of Arts in Agriculture from Lincoln University in 2006. I am a National Certified Counselor under the National Board for Certified Counselors,  a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Missouri, and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. 

I look forward to helping you “wander” onto the path of becoming your authentic self.

Please Note: Autumn only has TeleHealth appointments available.

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