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.
Johnson County, Kansas
Randy Floyd, LSCSW, Founder, Clinical Level Therapist
Randy is the founder of Midwest Anxiety. He is a Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker who is an optimist and passionate about helping people focus on what they can do rather than what they can't do. Randy believes that building a strong therapeutic relationship and tapping into a person's strengths are the most essential components of the therapeutic experience. Randy is passionate about changing the way we do mental health. He is focused on making mental health normal, a positive experience. He is also adamant about doing mental health differently. Randy believes the "old ways" suggest mental health is for the "broken" or "mentally ill." Randy believes that "Everyone Struggles." Sure. Some people struggle more than others, but everyone struggles with something. With this belief, Randy is focused on providing a wide range of programs and services to help people be mentally well ;) Go give Randy a fist bump on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Reilly Dodd, T-LPC, Masters Level Therapist
Reilly is a temporary Licensed Professional Counselor. She has over 12 years of experience in education both as a teacher and school counselor. As an educator, Reilly has a unique and effective approach to counseling and understands the importance of building healthy family relationships. She loves working with children, parents and families to help them reach their full potential. Reilly believes everyone faces challenges and loves the concept of a growth mindset to help people realize that challenge and obstacles are a natural part of the learning and growth process. Go check out what Reilly is up to on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Lacey Lee, LMSW, Masters Level Therapist
Lacey is a Licensed Masters Level Social Worker who whole-heartedly believes in the motto, “Every interaction is an intervention.” Lacey currently works as a School Social Worker, is pursing her Play Therapy Certification, and has spent most of her career working with children and families in various settings. Lacey places emphasis on building a strong therapeutic alliance with her clients and she challenges herself and those around her to be mindful in every day life. Recently, Lacey began education in the concept of self-compassion and hopes to utilize this approach to help others heal, grow, and obtain a sense of accomplishment and peace. Lacey will meet you wherever you may be on your journey and help guide you to the place you want to be. Lacey views people, especially children, as unique, strong, resilient beings that sometimes just need an outside person in their corner to provide encouragement and unconditional acceptance, while shining light on personal strengths and goals. Check out Lacey on Facebook and Instagram.
Morgan Greenough, LPC, Masters Level Therapist
Morgan is a Licensed Professional Counselor who is dedicated and passionate about helping others develop tools and skills to meet their mental health goals. She strives to be a helping hand through the healing process for individual, couples, and family counseling. Morgan enjoys working with parent/child conflict, family dynamic issues, and adolescent and young adult socialization. She has also worked with clients who have dealt with Depression, Anxiety, Adjustment Disorders, communication issues, family conflict, socioeconomic issues, PTSD, and trauma. Being able to address each individual’s unique needs is a key part of Morgan’s therapeutic process. She believes that each person is different and has an essential role in discovering what works best for them. Go see what Morgan is up to on Instagram.
Lisa Silverman, LSCSW, LCSW, MSW, Clinical Level Therapist
Lisa is a clinical social worker who brings to her work a sincere desire to see and accept her clients fully, to be fully present with whatever issues that are preventing them from feeling like their best selves. Her areas of expertise include: trauma and women’s issues including PTSD, addictions and co-occuring mental health disturbances, LGBTQ issues, and working with families experiencing both the blessings and challenges of adoption. Lisa believes that each person already has the answers they are seeking within them, and her role is often that of a guide to assist you in realizing your own inner truth.
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.
Riley County, Kansas
Jeanine Atwell, LPC, Masters Level Therapist
Jeanine Atwell is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She enjoys working with children, adolescents and their families. Jeanine has worked in education for 24 years as a classroom teacher, K-12 counselor, and currently on staff at Kansas State University. Jeanine enjoys working with individuals and families on a variety of issues, including school related issues, anxiety, ADHD, social skills, and life transitions. It is her passion to help individuals and families heal; learning coping skills that will help them throughout their lifetime.