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Jaime Jones, LCSW, CCH/AC
Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist/Advanced
Jaime Jones graduated with her B.A. in General Studies with an emphasis in Psychology, Sociology, and Minority Studies in 2000 at Wichita State University, where she also received her Masters of Social Work in 2002. She is a licensed Social Worker, EMDR certified, and is extensively trained in EMDR I and II, PTSD/trauma based and sexual abuse. Jaime specializes in EMDR, hypnosis, CBT, trauma counseling, depression and anxiety disorders, chronic pain, women’s health, military counseling, and mindfulness.
Dianne Hill, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker
Diane Hill graduated with her Bachelors degree in Social work in 1998 and her Masters of Social Work in 1999. Prior to working at Professional Counseling Services, Diane worked for the Department of Defense as a licensed Clinical Social Worker. She specializes in comprehensive psychotherapeutic treatment to Service Members and their families. Diane is trained and certified in EMDR, CPT, CBT, and PET. She is also a certified Hypnotherapist. Diane has extensive experience including, but not limited to: EMDR, trauma, PTSD, bereavement, CPT, women’s issues, military family counseling, and anxiety and depression.
Michelle R. Kline, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker
Michelle Kline graduated with her B.A. in Liberal Arts in 1988 from The College of Wooster. She then went on to receive her Masters of Social Work in 1992 at the University of Maryland. She provides psychosocial assessment and diagnosis, individual and group therapeutic intervention to high-risk populations including service members pending medical discharge, services members who have been wounded in action, and families of service members killed in action. Michelle’s specialties include but are not limited to, depression, anxiety, PTSD, marital counseling, EMDR, CPT, CBT, chronic pain, health issues, parenting issues, EAP, chronically mentally ill, women’s health, and adolescents.
Jack Levens, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Jack Levens received his Masters of Social Work in 1978 and is a retired Lieutenant Colonel Social Work Officer. He has been working as a Licensed Master Social Worker – Advanced Clinical Practitioner providing individual, family, and group therapy for adults and/or adolescents counseling in inpatient and outpatient settings, in addition to private practice settings. Jack has extensive experience as a Family Advocacy Program Therapist and specializes in active duty military clients with PTSD from deployment.
Jeffrey D. Robbins, LCSW
Jeffrey Robbins graduated with his Bachelor of Social Work in 1994 from Aurora University, where he also received his Masters of Social Work in 1995. He is the owner of Professional Counseling Services also provides assessment of families, develops treatment plans, physical and sexual abuse therapy, PTSD, bereavement counseling, domestic violence counseling, marital therapy, play therapy, divorce mediation, EAP counseling, and addiction counseling.
Margaret Grant, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker
Margaret graduated with her Bachelors of Social Work in 1985 from the University of Illinois, where she also received her Masters of Social Work in 1988. She has experience in providing individual, family, and group counseling in inpatient and outpatient settings, in addition to private practice settings. Margaret specialties include but are not limited to: PTSD, anxiety, depression, and chemical dependency.
Michelle Dawn Ray, LCSW
Air Force Retired
Michelle received her BSW in 2007 from Texas State University and her MSW in 2008 from Texas State University. She retired from the Air Force in 2014 having served for 20 years as a Medic. Her calling and passion in life is that of a caretaker. It started in the medical field and now transitioned to mental health. In 2005 Michelle deployed to Iraq and worked as a medic in an Air Force theater hospital. She provided medical treatment with care and compassion for severely injured service men and women. It was an experience of a lifetime. Since then, Michelle has known that it is her duty to work with service men and women and veterans. She is also compelled to work with their families and children. Michelle worked at a Vet Center in Colorado for six years as a therapist and treated combat veterans, their significant others and victims of military sexual trauma.
Michelle specialties are PTSD, Traumatic Grief, bereavement, anxiety, depression, sexual trauma, crisis intervention.