Leigh Anne Johnson, MA, LPC
7611 Stateline Road, Ste. 226, Kansas City, MO 64114
816 753-7071 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Available to consult with parents of highly sensitive children. Is also an HSP.
Kerry McRae, MSW
Relocation, immigration, multicultural families, NRIs, life after divorce, 20-somethings in life stage crisis, parent child relationship, NRI’s, post critical stress incident, sandwich generation
Mark Newlon, MS, LPC
I specialize in helping women on their journeys, and anyone else open to the feminine ways of life. I am convinced the world needs these ways again in order for us to be more human and loving, and whole. I’m also an HSP and use alternative approaches in helping others, including dreamwork, meditation, and divination.
Rosemary Barnes Pratt, ATR-BC ATCS LPC
Private counseling and art therapy practice specializing in helping for adults and adolescents cope with communication and relationship issues, grief, mood disorders, stress, boundaries, sensitivity, and codependency. Is also an HSP.
Supervisor for Art Therapists pursuing ATR credential and PLPCs pursuing licensure in the state of Missouri.
Rebecca Rengo, PCC, LCSW
1 Belcourt Circle, St. Charles, MO 63304
636-300-3948 | email@example.com
Parenting the highly sensitive child and coaching highly sensitive people to find balance in life–with relationships, parenting, work, health and spirituality. Is also an HSP.
Jenna Wonish-Mottin, LCSW, RPT
I am located in The Woodlands, north of Houston, Texas although I am currently providing services online only through telehealth which allows me to see clients located anywhere in Texas or Missouri through video sessions and phone calls.
502-430-2256 | Jenna@CalmCenteredCounseling.com | https://www.calmcenteredcounseling.com
I am experienced working with children and teens and am a Registered Play Therapist. I also work with adults individually. I take a client-centered approach to therapy and tailor what I do to really listen and help based on the individual needs of each client. I have helped many people – children, teens, and adults, with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, anger, stress, impulsivity, difficulty managing emotions, trouble with peers, relationship problems, life changes, trauma, uncertainty, and loss, among other things. I plan to read and learn more about high sensitivity, especially as it relates to children, parenting, and personal relationships. Is also an HSP.
Julie Wrocklage, MS, LPC, NCC
If you are a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), an introvert, or you are struggling with codependency or burnout, you are in the right place! Supporting clients in slowing down, establishing self-care and defining their boundaries is one of my favorite parts of being a therapist.
You deserve a place of refuge that’s just for you (i.e. therapy). My primary goal is for you to feel seen, heard, understood and valued throughout our work together. I tailor my approach to each person and operate from a person-centered, trauma-informed, mindfulness-based perspective.
My practice is affirming of LGBTQ+ individuals and people of color.