Luke Allen, M.A., PLPC
Sometimes life presents challenges can make that can influence how we cope, feel, and respond to the world and those around us. Luke is passionate about helping individuals, couples and families as they navigate these challenges. Luke holds undergraduate degrees in psychology and philosophy and a certificate in ethics. He received a Master of Arts degree in Counseling and Guidance from New Mexico State University. He specializes in working with individuals and families around issues related to sexual and gender diversity; he also has experience working with a wide range of concerns including addiction, depression, abuse, and anxiety.
Kristin received her undergraduate degree in Psychology/Sociology from Northwest Missouri State University in December 2010. She then continued on with her education and received her Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Avila University in Spring of 2015. She also has taken additional classes and obtained certification in children and adolescent therapy. Kristin has experience in various areas such as individual therapy, group therapy, inpatient assessments, anger management, and providing parental education classes.
Scott received his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 2010 and his Master’s Degree in Counseling and Guidance (with an emphasis in family therapy) in 2014— both from UMKC. Scott has experience working with children, adults, and families in various settings, such as the public school system, state social services (KS and MO), higher education, and private practice. Scott uses an integrative theoretical orientation, which includes Family Systems, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and existential approaches.