Misty Hause, MA, LPC, NCC, Psychotherapist
Misty graduated with honors from Webster University and is currently a licensed professional and nationally certified counselor. Misty has worked for over a decade with children, teens, and adults who have been diagnosed with depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, and bipolar disorder. Misty specializes in working with those struggling with unhealthy relationships, adult and child survivors of violence and abuse, and those with infertility. Misty strives to help clients reach their goals so they can lead healthy and happy lives.
Kathleen Patrick, MA, LPC Psychotherapist
Kathleen has been in the pediatric counseling field for over 15 years. Her office is very encouraging, relaxing and promotes open communication. Kathleen uses multiple therapeutic strategies to support client's ability to flourish, healthy coping skills, positive self image, social skills and resiliency. She has tremendous passion for helping others which reflects through her work.
Jan Chartrand, RN, M.Ed., LCSW,LPC,NCC Psychotherapist
Jan has worked in the mental health field for over 30 years as a nurse, social worker, and psychotherapist. She holds degrees from St. Louis University and the University of Missosuri-St. Louis, and is a National Certified Counselor. Her counseling practice involves helping individuals and families dealing with depression, Bipolar Disorder, anxiety, stress, relationship problems, cancer and other major health conditions.
Howard Ilivicky, M.D., Partner and Principal Investigator
Dr. Ilivicky has been in practice for 17 years and has participated
in over 150 research studies. A graduate of Washington University Undergraduate and Medical School, Dr. Ilivicky completed his psychiatric training at Duke University in Durham, N.C. where he was a Chief Resident.
John Canale, M.D.,Partner and Principal Investigator
Dr. Canale has been in practice for over 25 years and has
participated in over 150 research studies. A graduate of
Syracuse University, Dr. Canale completed his medical training at Upstate Medical Center and psychiatric training at Washington University Medical Center in St. Louis where he was a Chief Resident.
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