• Amy Driskill
    Amy DriskillMS • LCMFT

    Amy offers a holistic approach to therapy in recognizing the necessity to incorporate the mind, body and spirit by using mindfulness based approaches. She works from a strengths-based approach in that her role is to help guide people to their best health using their current struggles as a path towards healing.

  • Julie L Miller
    Julie L MillerMS • LMFT

    Julie L. Miller received her Master of Science in Family Therapy degree from Friends University and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with an emphasis on sexual concerns. Julie also has experience working with issues of anxiety, depression, relational conflict, and post-traumatic stress disorder, among other presenting concerns.

  • Carol Esau
    Carol EsauLMFT

    Carol’s therapeutic approach is centered in assisting clients to discover their strengths and resources to resolve troublesome issues, such as anxiety, grief, trauma and relationship issues. She makes use of current therapeutic models including EMDR, mindfulness, and relevant spiritual components, to aid the client in managing thoughts and emotions, and achieving the change they are seeking. 

  • Jeanine Long
    Jeanine LongLCPC

    Jeanine has had the privilege of working with children and their families for nearly 22 years. Her experience lies with children, their families, couples, and individuals. She brings a holistic approach to her work, integrating yoga and mindfulness. Using a mind-body approach, Jeanine helps clients learn to regulate their emotions and how to best meet their own needs by creating a toolkit of self-care strategies to maintain wellness.

Do you take my insurance? 

Most of our therapists accept insurance for reimbursement of services. This means that we will file insurance claims on your behalf and you are responsible for your co-payment or coinsurance.

We are in network with several insurance plans including, Coventry, MHNet, Aetna, Value Options and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas.  If you don’t see your insurance listed here and would like to use your insurance to cover the cost of therapy services, please contact our office so that we may further assist you.

How can I pay?

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, cash and check and Health Reimbursement Cards (HRA) with the Visa or MasterCard logo.  We collect all co-payments and coinsurance at the time of your session or we can automatically charge your credit card at the end of the month.

How long does therapy take?

Therapy sessions last 45 to 50 minutes although some couples and families benefit from being treated for 75 minutes.

Most people begin therapy by meeting with their therapist one time per week and then gradually decreasing sessions as you achieve your goals. This decision is made based on a number of factors including your functioning, financials, time and progress.

What are your fees?

Our desire is to be able to provide the best quality therapeutic service to you for a reasonable fee.  Please contact our office at (316) 749-2007 to discuss insurance and self-payment options.

Some of our therapists can provide a self-pay discount for those who do not have insurance or do not wish to use their insurance for mental health services.

When are you open and when can I schedule an appointment? 

Our office hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm and Saturdays by appointment.  We are able to accommodate earlier or later appointment times with advance notice.