In network for Cigna, COmpsych, UHC/Optum, anthem/bc/bs, Magellan
In network for Cigna, COmpsych, UHC/Optum, anthem/bc/bs, Magellan
My passion is to help people realize what is possible, what they are capable of, and finding their best self. I have invested in the mission to bring wellness to the St. Louis community in a forum that allows for growth where you are, when you are ready for it. I am committed to ensuring that the professionals at Monarch-therapies are meeting those needs.
As a therapist, I specialize in transitions - in health, life, love and work/school and the emotions that come with it. I have experience with all ages, and I enjoy helping people navigate the stress in everyday life.
My experience has allowed me to find balance in serving clients in several areas including: ADHD, anxiety and depression (especially co-occurring with ADHD), understanding the impact of trauma and managing emotional regulation, as well as working with couples.
I believe in a person-centered and holistic approach; you are your own healer, and I am merely a guide to help you in your journey.
In addition to being a therapist, I am an Intuitive Healer as well and incorporate this with my therapy as clients feel comfortable and open to this.
I work with adult clients and combine Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Person Centered, and Trauma Informed Therapies. I am trained in EMDR as well.
I am here to provide support and encouragement to facilitate growth and change. I look forward to speaking with you and assisting you in attaining your goals.
I work with adults in the middle to later stages of adulthood. During our therapy sessions, I will use my knowledge and experiences to help you bring awareness to your new sense of self and reality. By doing this, we will be setting goals for us to work towards meeting. Our goals will be met by changing behavior and behavioral patterns, establishing and maintaining relationships, enhancing your ability to cope with copious amounts of skills, facilitating decision-making for your everyday life, and many other things. I would like to take you on the path of healing by learning together how to problem solve independently, so that you can live your life with peace and harmony.
Not all injuries are visible, and I am committed to working in partnership with individuals who are seeking to resolve and bring change and new meaning or purpose to their life. Through the use of evidence-based techniques, professionalism, warmth, unconditional acceptance, greater self-awareness, and empathy for self and others while building on existing strengths and developing new strategies to manage challenges.
I work with individuals aged 14 years and older, who are experiencing low mood, feelings of anxiety and excessive worry, conflicts in relationships with meaningful others, grief and loss, childhood and complex trauma, development and life transitions, and those exploring gender or sexual identity.
My passion is helping children, adolescents and young adults struggling with anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts. I work with clients struggling with the transition of going to a new school, making friends, balancing a job with school, or toxic home environments. Dealing with the transition of COVID-19 can be incredibly challenging and difficult to navigate. I will help aid and support clients through their journey of growth and work together to establish coping skills. I am a PLPC and received my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Missouri Baptist University. I graduated in May 2022. I am also in the process of completing my supervision for Play Therapy Certification. I use a combination of Play Therapy, CBT, and DBT to help assist clients to feel like their best self.
Britney is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner certified to work with all age populations.
I first became a nurse in 2011 in Springfield, MO and spent many years working in psychiatry.
In 2021, I completed a nurse practitioner program through Saint Louis University.
I am passionate about working with children and adolescents and the unique challenges they face. Through a client-centered approach combined with evidence based practice, I partner with clients to maximize their health outcomes.
I aim to create a warm, nonjudgmental environment for clients, treating both chronic mental illness as well as the acute problems that arise from life stressors.
I strive for authenticity and genuine compassion with each of my clients.
I work to help our clients in receiving treatment involving medication along with their journey with therapy.
I am passionate about helping those struggling with the effects of trauma in their everyday life.
I work with clients, of all ages, to help develop emotional intelligence, anger management skills, effective communication skills, and healthy life habits. Through a combination of lived experience and education, I provide individuals and groups with services that meet them where they are. I pride myself on using a person-centered and strength-based approach, which promotes a non-judgemental and empathetic space for you to grow. I graduated with my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from McKendree University in May of 2022. During my time at McKendree I had the opportunity to play collegiate football. As a former collegiate athlete, I have personally struggled with performance anxiety, athletic trauma, and internal pressure. Through these experiences and many others, it has allowed me the opportunity to work with young athletes who may be struggling with their own mental health.
Healthy Living for Youth Athletes is a group that will be used to bring individuals together that share the same problems.
I'm the Community Engagement Specialist. My job is to connect with our community, other businesses, and organizations. This allows us to reach more people in our community so we can continue to grow our practice. As members of both the Kirkwood Des Peres Chamber of Commerce and Creve Coeur Chamber of Commerce, we are able to network with the many businesses in our areas. I bring years of experience in networking, marketing, and connecting with people. I love the opportunity to engage with others and help them find their path to happiness.
I am a licensed massage therapist whose passion is to help people feel better.
I believe our bodies can heal themselves. One way to do that is through massage therapy. Not only does it have a soothing and calming effect but also aids in healing. It encourages blood flow and lymph drainage. It can also help reduce pain and stress.
I perform various modalities of massage therapy including Reiki which works well for those that are interested in a non-touch approach to energy work. It can be beneficial in relaxation and rejuvenation.
It’s time to take time for yourself!
To connect with Carla and discuss her availability, you can call or text her!
As an advocate for mental health and the LGBTQ+ community, I serve as a safe liaison between our therapists and clients by working directly with the provider to deliver quality, compassionate customer service. Know that when you call, I will comfort any anticipating anxieties as I’m here to effectively answer any questions and guide you to the right therapist. You don’t have to struggle in silence, let me help you begin your journey to a better understanding today.
(314) 736 – 1032
As a therapist I have found myself drawn to those who are having issues with anxiety, depression, grief, and/or everyday stress. I have also enjoyed counseling clients through life transitions and those who are a part of the thriving LGBTQIA+ community here in Ballwin and around Saint Louis. To find out more about me and my therapy style, read my personal introduction blog by searching "Alex" at the link below.
In person and telehealth appointments available evenings and weekends.
I am a student at Northwestern University pursuing my master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I aim to transfer the skills I learned during my career in business to help people manage the stress of their multiple life roles. I enjoy helping clients build their toolbox to help work through anxiety, depression, trauma and grief as well as understand the biological and physical responses to these challenges. I am passionate about helping women postpartum navigate adjustments and changes in self-identity. I believe in forming a partnership with clients to help them build resilience and confidence to navigate transitions and everyday struggles.
Jenna is under the Supervision of Kathryn Schormann, LPC and will offer in person and telehealth sessions at the student rate of $25
I am a retired police officer turned licensed professional counselor with a focus on first responders/military members-active and retired. I work with individuals, couples, and families with attachment style issues, infidelity, anxiety, depression, substance use issues, LGBTQ+ community, complex trauma and PTSD. I have worked the suicide/crisis hotline in the KC metro area. I assisted KCPD CIT officers on calls for service due to mental health, substance abuse or suicidality. I began my career at a Juvenile Detention Facility, then became a Police Officer, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Investigator, then worked inside the court as a bailiff for a judge who presided over drug court, DWI court, mental health court -adults and adolescents. My years of experience in both police and mental health have allowed me to integrate an innovative perspective during therapy & provide expressive arts when talking isn't possible. I also have an advanced master’s level certification in sex addiction treatment (SATP). With over 14 years of combined clinical and operations experience, along with my law enforcement experience, my career has led me to a life of serving others.
(Currently has limited availability focusing on first responders.)
Currently a Counsellor in Training, my main approach is CBT Therapy and assisting my clients with where they're at.
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