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Our #1 priority....to establish a genuine relationship with you.  After that, we can get to that therapy stuff.  While you might only see your struggles, we also see your strengths.  We can't wait to meet you, let you know how awesome you are, and help you work through your social and emotional struggles. 

Douglas County, Kansas

Jami Hamilton-Ansley, LSCSW, LCSW, RPT, Clinical Level Therapist

Jami Hamilton-Ansley is a licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker.  She has worked in education for 11 years.  Jami utilizes a strengths perspective when working with children and families and believes people are resilient. She believes in the power of human connection and in the freedom that comes with telling our stories.  She utilizes play therapy in her practice and has experience working with people dealing with trauma, anxiety-related issues, grief and general coping and believes children and adults learn best when they are playing and having fun. Jami also facilitates Sandtray groups with children and families living with chronic illnesses. Jami has completed the first of three trainings to teach yoga and mindfulness to children and is working on her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training.  Jami is a believer in the power of positivity and chooses to live a life embracing humor and gratitude. She loves to write and finds grounding and inspiration in the mountains and chilly beaches.  Jami lives in Lawrence with her husband, their daughter and an 11 pound mutt, Winston. Go say "Hey" to Jami on Instagram and Facebook.

Sharah Davis, LMSW, Masters Level Therapist

Sharah is a Licensed Masters Social Worker. She enjoys supporting and discovering families strengths in their natural environments! Sharah enjoys wellness and believes that energy flows where intention goes. She has worked in and studied community based mental health services for 20 years prior to joining Midwest Anxiety. As a researcher, Sharah has studied parent to parent support and training at the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare for over 17 years. In her spare time, Sharah loves trail running in the woods with friends, meditating, and cuddling often with her two boys, and sweet rescue dog, Zar.  Catch up with Sharah on Instagram.