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Get to Know
Jimmarie Smiley

Exceeding Expectations One Patient at a Time

Imagine waking up every morning feeling like you can take on the world. How great does that feel? Now imagine being provided with the tools to do just that!

I  have worked with children and families for over 25 years, and I must say that it has been my pleasure! My experiences have equipped me with a wide variety of understanding in regards to life's traumas that families and individuals experience.  I  received my Master's in Counseling with an emphasis in Marriage, Child, and Family Therapy in 2016. I  believe that Play Therapy can be speech for the silent, and a great way to improve communication with your young child. I  use evidence-based treatments such as Family Systems, Mindfulness Meditation, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused, and Play Therapy to assist clients with getting back on track. I  focus on attachment-based issues and trauma to help children and adults cope with adverse issues they face on a day-to-day basis.  I care about your well-being and provide you all the tools you need in order to seize the day and learn how to tackle even the most traumatic circumstances.

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Brittany Campbell

Counselor In Training

Brittany is a graduate student at Emporia State University, where she is completing her final year in the Clinical Counseling program with a concentration in Mental Health. She is able to see clients in-person at our office or via Telehealth with both daytime and evening availability.

Brittany is highly qualified and passionate about working with individuals to help them process and cope with difficult emotions, thus leading them to adjust to their “normal.” Brittany’s top priority is to empower her clients to empower themselves. She believes that everyone is capable of being their own hero, but that, simultaneously, everyone deserves to have access to a safe, unbiased space to talk about hard things.

Brittany is interested in working with:

Ages 18+

Childhood Trauma/Trauma

Survivors of Abuse

Women’s Issues

Depression

Grief/Loss

Relationship Issues

Self Discovery 

Boundary Setting

Self-Harm

Suicidal Thoughts & Ideations