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Shannon is a Licensed Independent Social Worker and holds her master’s degree in social work from the University of Iowa. Shannon has worked in mental health for over 15 years, serving adults, couples, and families. Shannon has experience treating a number of mental health issues including: depression, bipolar disorder, stress management, relationship issues, and trauma, but has clinical interest and training around the treatment of anxiety disorders and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
My clinical approach is strengths-based and non-judgmental. I tailor my therapy interventions for each client, but often uses mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral, and acceptance and commitment therapy techniques. I like to work with people of all ages, but specialize in adults, couples, and adolescents.
Megan earned her master’s in Mental Health and Secondary School Counseling from Drake University. She has extensive experience working with youth and their families, and has worked in residential treatment, school settings, and more traditional clinical settings. Megan sees adults, couples, families, and school-aged youth.
I use a strength-based, multi-systems orientation through cognitive-behavioral theory, family systems theory, and reality theory. I am an engaging therapist who offers feedback, but I believe it’s important for my clients to come to their own conclusions. I am interested in working with clients who are experiencing struggles with depression, anxiety, trauma-related experiences, relationship issues, and life transitions. I facilitate individual, couples, family and group therapy. I am able to work with persons of all ages, but I specialize with youth, adolescents, and families.
EAP/SAP and Outpatient Services Counselor
Emily is working toward her independent license as a Mental Health Counselor and holds her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Northern Iowa. Emily has experience working with clients experiencing substance use issues and mental health concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, self-esteem and life transitions.
I use a person-centered, strengths-based approach with clients. My approach is individualized for each client and I often use motivational interviewing and cognitive-behavioral techniques. I approach therapy with the belief that most clients have the tools they need to change within themselves and I am here to assist them in discovering the tools that will allow them to make positive changes in their lives. I work with individuals of all ages, but specialize in working with teens and adults.