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Our O’Fallon MO office is a popular place.  With the rise in population in O’fallon and surrounding areas, we have been honored to help thousands who live in the community.  But it goes beyond that.  Our licensed counselors have master’s degrees in education, philosophy and social work.  They have decades of experience, have earned Nationally Accredited Certification in substance abuse, behavior therapy and employee assistance.  Most important, they treat every client, man, woman, child, young, old,  with the same love and compassion taught by Jesus Christ, without any prejudice to ethnicity, color, religion, sex, physical appearance, income or views.  They are simple compassionate people helping their neighbor.

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Lauri earned her master’s in education, with an emphasis in counseling, from the University of Missouri. She works with schoolchildren, adults, couples, groups, and families. She has experience developing individualized treatment plans and uses a wide range of theory-based therapies, depending on each client’s needs. When working with children, she provides goal-centered play to address issues such as bullying, decision making, social skills and anger management issues, self-esteem, depression, anxiety, divorce, and grief. When she is not working with children, she enjoys working with adults and couples with mood, stress, or relationship issues. She has worked in the St. Charles and Troy areas for more than 15 years. In addition, Lauri serves as program manager for our O’Fallon and Troy offices. In that position, she oversees those offices’ operations, community involvement, and staff needs.

Kelly DeGeare earned her master’s in social work from UMSL with an emphasis in family practice. She is a counselor working at the O’Fallon office and has five years’ experience working with children and families. Her primary emphasis includes working with children and adolescents with anxiety, depression, ADHD, behavior problems and divorce. She is also a trained facilitator of the Parenting the Love and Logic Way program and has much experience in crisis intervention and suicide prevention.

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Katie Ingebretson received her Masters of Social Work from University of Missouri-Columbia. She works with children and teens to address issues including stress, anxiety, depression, divorce, trauma, and grief and loss. Katie has experience and expertise working with children with trauma and attachment difficulties with diagnoses including Reactive Attachment Disorder and PTSD. She has been trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) as well as Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) to help clients heal from traumatizing events. Katie also uses Theraplay ® to develop healthier, stronger relationships with children and their families.

Nathan has more than 25 years’ experience in the mental health field. After earning his bachelor’s in philosophy from Loras College in Dubuque, IA, he served for a year with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, working with mentally ill, chronically homeless individuals. He was awarded a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health, and he entered Saint Louis University School of Social Work to study community mental health. While practicing in the community mental health field, he worked with the University of Missouri Extension to develop services that reached farm families experiencing the rural crisis.

After a move into hospital social work, Nathan transitioned his skills to individuals and families adjusting to the demands of changing physical health. He currently practices solution-focused brief therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy approaches in both group and individual settings. He works with individuals, couples, parents, and severely and persistently mentally ill populations. His approaches align with his underlying philosophy to respect a person’s self-determination and his belief that all that is life is a gift.

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Judy Niehaus, MSW, LCSW earned a master’s in social work with a specialization in family therapy from Washington University’s George Warren Brown School of Social Work. Judy has over 30 years of experience working with children and families in medical settings, schools and office-based practices. Her primary interests are children and families dealing with special-education issues, autism spectrum disorders, attachment-related trauma, and ADHD. Judy is trained in Parenting the Love and Logic Way, as well as Beyond Consequences, has supervised master’s-level students, and run support groups for NAMI. Connecting families to resources is a passion of hers.

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Saint Louis Counseling O’Fallon Office

311 South Main
Ste. 100
O’Fallon, MO 63366-

P. 636-281-1990
F. 636-281-1995

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