Dale Anderson – LP, LCAC
Dale has a variety of experience due to past positions held. He has worked in psychiatric hospitals/units for 35+ years. Dale was a therapist at the masters level for 2 years before going back to school for his doctorate degree. He has performed psychological evaluations on individuals from 9 months to 98 years old along with Theraplay (play therapy), Gestalt, Family Systems, Psychodynamic, CBT, and Interpersonal psychotherapy. He began working with substance abusers in 1978 at inpatient units, VA residential programs, and outpatient programs. He currently facilitates the co-occurring disorders group at HMHC. His testing experience has also been varied; he started doing Neuropsychological testing during an internship and has been working mostly with the elderly and those with brain injuries since then. Dale runs a group for MR/DD men to improve their communication and social skills.
Dale’s favorite type of therapy is spiritually based counseling. His training has been in the integration of psychology and theology and this allows him to practice evidence based therapy when the client is asking for it.
Nicole Blomberg – LMFT
Nicole provides therapy and counseling to individuals, couples and families who are dealing with times of stress. She uses her skills to help clients to find their own path towards their goals; whether as an individual or together as a couple or family. Nicole has been working with individuals and families in the area of mental health and community support for almost ten years before receiving her Master’s degree from Friends University.
Nicole uses Solution-Focused Therapy, Experiential, DBT informed, CBT, Motivational Interviewing and Intergeneration approaches with her clients. Nicole has additional training in Gottman Couple’s Therapy, Sand tray Therapy, and SYMBIS marriage assessment. She has also completed an internship focusing on medical family therapy. She is also a member of the International Marriage and Family Therapy Honor Society, Delta Kappa. She has a Master of Science in Family Therapy from Friends University and holds a license in Kansas as a T- LMFT, temporarily licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.
Working with individuals with severe mental illness and families in poverty has shown her firsthand that people are able to overcome the obstacles life has thrown at them. Nicole primarily works with individuals, couples, and families coping with depression, anxiety, ADHD, and grief. Her personalized and client-centered approach lends itself to empowering her clients to find their own solutions with support and encouragement. Nicole is honored to be offering her services at Horizons Mental Health Center and look forward to helping her clients to find their better future.
Leighann Boyd Dixon – LMSW
Leighann is an LMSW who wishes to support her community by listening and providing access to services for those in need. Leighann is originally from Florida and completed most of her schooling there. Leighann attended the University of South Florida with her Bachelors in Social Work, She then went back to complete her Masters in Social Work from Saint Leo University. Leighann started with Horizons in 2015 as an Attendant Care Worker while finishing up her degree. She believes that this gave her a great sense of how the agency works and the value to clients in every service it provides.
Her passion as a clinician is to work with children and young adults who are experiencing difficulty with moods. She understands the importance of working with the client, their family and treatment team members to elicit a cohesive effort in improving mental health. Leighann enjoys using cognitive behavioral, narrative, solutions focused, strengths-based and person-centered therapy techniques to allow the client to feel empowered and in control of their treatment.
“I am. I think. I will.” – Ayn Rand
Jamie Burns – LCP, LCAC
Jamie completed her Bachelor of Science Degree in Sociology and Psychology at Kansas Newman College in 1997. She completed her Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology at Pittsburg State University in 1999. Jamie is a member of Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. She also has professional memberships in North American Association of Masters in Psychology and Kansas Association of Masters in Psychology.
Jamie is a licensed Clinical Psychotherapist. She began her career at Horizons in 2000. Jamie sees both children and adults for individual and family therapy. She specializes in psychological testing and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Jamie does ADHD, Autism, and comprehensive psychological evaluations. She is trained as a Level II EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapist, which is a specialized therapy technique for PTSD.
Bobbie Cooprider – LMSW
Bobbie Cooprider is an Attachment and Bio-Behavioral Catch-Up (ABC) Coordinator/Parent Coach. She is currently a trained forensic interviewer and is a certified ABC Parent Coach and is working on the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Certification. Bobbie is a graduate of Newman University in Wichita, KS with a Master of Social Work degree. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Behavioral Psychology from Ashford University in Clinton, Iowa. Bobbie is a Licensed Masters Social Worker in the state of Kansas as well as a member of the Phi Alpha Honor Society and the Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society.
During her clinical practicum, she participated in both individual and group therapies, substance use in tandem with workforce/family reintegration, and crisis interventions. She has 16 years experience working with children, conducting quality improvement in childcare centers and home, and advocacy with children and families.
Kylee Gross – MS, LMFT
Kylee is an LMFT and a graduate from Friends University in Wichita, KS, with a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Previously she attended Wichita State University and received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology. During her schooling, Kylee was a member of the Society of Leadership and Success, the Alpha Kappa Delta Honor Society and the Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society, while also serving as the Secretary for the Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa, the International Marriage and Family Therapy Honor Society, for achievement in scholarship and service.
Throughout her clinical internship, she provided individual therapy for school-aged children and adolescents, facilitated support groups at a domestic violence shelter for women, and also ran psycho-education groups for grieving children and families. Kylee has received incremental training in sand tray, play therapy, Theraplay, and is currently working on completing her Registered Play Therapy and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy certifications. She is a trained facilitator in Couples’ Communication, Prepare & Enrich, and is Level II Gottman certified to help those struggling in their personal relationships.
Kylee enjoys working with children, adolescents and young adults in individual, couple and family modalities. She frequently utilizes attachment theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and family systems theory in her work.
Katie Kirmer – LCMFT, LCAC
Katie attended Friends University where she achieved her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. Currently, Katie is a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist. In the past, she has worked with children, adults, couples and families. Katie has previously worked with people struggling with grief, abuse, anxiety, depression, divorce and parenting issues. She enjoys working with people who have experienced trauma. Katie is happy to be a part of the Horizons Mental Health Center team.
Lisa Lekan – MS, LMFT
Lisa is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist licensed in the state of Kansas who hopes to inspire clients by helping them understand and improve the relationships that impact their lives. She earned her Master’s of Science in Family Therapy from Friends University, Wichita, KS. She also earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Masters of Science in Management from Baker University in Baldwin, KS. Lisa offers therapy services for the individual, couple and family along with premarital counseling and couples communication. Lisa has experience with a variety of challenges including depression, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, grief, and marital conflict for clients of all ages.
Angela Martinez – LMLP
Angela graduated from Emporia State University in 2008 with her Master of Science in Clinical Psychology. Angela has more than ten years experience with community mental health centers. Angela enjoys individual, couples and family therapy. In 2015 Angela was endorsed by the Kansas Association for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (KAIMH) for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship-Focused Practice Promoting Infant Mental Health (IMH-E) as an Infant Family Specialist Level II. Angela has a strong interest in School Based Mental Health. She participated in the Comprehensive School Mental Health Collaborative Improvement and Innovative Network (COIIN) National Quality Initiative (NQI)
Laura Martinez – LSCSW, LCAC
Laura received her bachelors degree in Social Work from Bethel College and her Masters degree in Social Work from Newman University. Laura is a Licensed Clinical Specialist Social Worker and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor. Laura has over 20 years of experience – she has worked at Horizons in the Community Support Services department, in Clinical Integration working at Primary Care clinics and in the Outpatient Therapy department. Laura has also provided therapy in a private practice setting.
Rebecca Oberle Brown – LMSW
Rebecca received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Sterling College and then attended Newman University where she earned a Master of Social Work degree. She is a member of both Phi Alpha Honor Society and Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society. She is currently receiving training for play therapy and has over 3 years experience working with children and families. Rebecca will primarily be working with children and youth ages 3-18, and with families, providing family therapy. She prefers using Attachment Theory and Family Systems Theory in her work, but also utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Theory, Solution-Focused, Mindfulness, and Strengths Based depending on the needs of the client.
Lyndsay Seymour -LMFT, LMAC
Lyndsay holds a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friends University. Lyndsay’s passion lies in helping clients make positive changes that will enhance their personal and professional relationships. As she strives to bring new understanding and insight to life’s challenges, she is flexible and empathic to the specific needs of each client’s journey toward healing. Lyndsay works to provide a safe environment for client change and growth through compassion acceptance and understanding. She has experience working with individuals, couples, and family systems through a variety of challenges including depression, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, grief, and marital conflict.
Kethlyn Stabb – LMFT
Kethlyn is a graduate from Friends University where she obtained her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is licensed by the state of Kansas as a Marriage and Family Therapist. She currently works in Same Day Access as an intake and crisis clinician. She enjoys working with individuals, couples, and family systems and utilizes motivational interviewing, solution-focused and cognitive-behavioral theories. She is passionate about working in the field of mental health and strives to always offer compassion, understanding and hope.
Meghann Sterling – LMFT
Meghann is a graduate of Hutchinson Community College, Bethany College in Lindsborg Kansas, and Friends University in Wichita Kansas. She is licensed by the State of Kansas as a Marriage and Family Therapist. Before attending graduate school, Meghann was employed by Prairie View of McPherson, where she gained valuable experience as a Case Manager for SED children, and served as the lead facilitator for McPherson’s first summer camp.
After graduate school, Meghann began working with foster children and foster parents at Youthville. During this time, she worked closely with KDHE to license prospective foster homes, provided training to adoptive parents, and completed several adoption home studies. Meghann has spent time as an outpatient clinician providing mental health services to children and families while working for Youthville, as well. Before coming to Horizons, Meghann was employed by Reno County Youth Services, where she worked with adolescents residing in the shelter, as well as juvenile offenders in detention. Meghann is very pleased to now have the opportunity to work with individuals of all ages. She is most interested in family systems theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment therapy, Narrative therapy, and Solutions-focused brief therapy. She especially enjoys working with adolescents, couples, and parent/child dyads.