Kris Rinkenberger MA, NBCC, LCPC, CCATP, CCTP
With grace, understanding, and support, I seek to help clients understand how their past has shaped them, discover how ensnaring behaviors began (and continue) and then to restore dignity, well-being, and relationships.
My goal is to work with clients to heal from past wounds, address issues of personal faith, explore and address thoughts and emotions, and move forward to a hopeful and fulfilled future. And, of course, to offer a little humor along the way.
Certificates in EMDR, Grief and Loss, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Anxiety Treatment, Trauma Therapy and Adoption Issues
Process Communication Model educator and trainer
Individual therapy for PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Domestic Violence, Trauma, Sexual Abuse, Chronic Pain, Medical Issues, Recent Events, Parenting, Personal Boundaries, Grief and Loss, Family of Origin issues, Adolescent behavioral problems, School-related problems and Women’s issues. Family and couples therapy with an emphasis on building stronger communication. Career counseling that focuses on understanding your individual passion and strengths.
Christine Glanert, LCPC, NCC
My goal is to work alongside those seeking to process past experiences, address current life stressors and attain an overall improved quality of life. Through building strong therapeutic relationships, clients are able to successfully reach their identified goals and find healing.
I am experienced in trauma based interventions and have a history of working with combat veterans, first responders, sexual assault survivors and those struggling with infertility. I am trained in Cognitive Processing Therapy and in the process of becoming Level I and II certified in EMDR. My goal is to provide short term topic focused groups in the future.
Individual therapy for PTSD, depression, anxiety, trauma exposure, social anxiety, panic symptoms, chronic health issues, infertility, miscarriage/infant loss, bereavement, and stress management. I look forward to building a strong therapeutic relationship with my clients and advocating for them to improve their quality of life and reach identified goals.
Allison L. Schieferle Uhlenbrock, MA, NCC, LCPC
Allison L. Schieferle Uhlenbrock, MA, NCC, LCPC, CCATP-CA My joy as a counselor comes from helping clients recognize what they want, and supporting them as they pursue the path that is right for them. My intention is to provide evidence-based interventions and partner with my clients.
I have experience working with individuals who have chronic and life-limiting diagnoses, and believe strongly in the companioning model of processing grief. I use play, art, and writing to help children and teenagers process their experiences and feelings. I am also trained in supporting survivors of sexual assault, and have experience with LGBTQ issues.