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focused on you
At LiveWell, we care about people. We believe in serving our local community through creative innovative mental health services. Our goal is to help people in all dimensions of life by providing life-changing therapy, along with spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical supportive services. We also highly value our professional relationship in our community with fellow mental health groups, churches, businesses, and schools. It is important for connection in order to have greater impact on those seeking change and growth. Consistency for our clients is a focal point for our day-to-day operations. Let’s LiveWell together.
A Safe Place
LiveWell is focused on providing a safe, comfortable atmosphere that fosters growth and insight to promote transformation in our client’s lives. For a person to have a safe place to go, on a consistent basis, can help with issues such as:
- Marital conflict
- Suicidal thoughts
- Searching for one’s purpose & values
- Teen development
- Life Transition
space to grow
We believe that goals and growth are possible. It’s our desire to help our clients meet their defined objectives. When a person attends counseling, it gives them the space to grow in the areas they desire, with a person alongside their process offering support and reflection in the best interest of their success.
Someone to talk to
Something happens when an individual has an objective voice with which to talk through concerns. Giving an individual a voice to life events, feelings, or thoughts is one of the healing parts of the therapeutic process. We look forward to listening to you.
Restoration Therapy is an effective model which allows an individual or couple to identify their core feelings, connect where they most likely learned the false messages connected to these feelings, and then empower the individual or couple to regulate their own emotions with the truth about who they are to be. The emotional regulation process not only changes one’s emotions, but also the behaviors the emotion produces. This model is so universal; it can be used with any issue and demographic.
Meet the Team
With a passion for seeing individuals, families, and marriages reach their highest potential, Amy has developed a reputation as a therapist who is dedicated to her clients' well being. Amy has a positive outlook on life and brings a fun, energetic tone to her therapeutic practice.
Amy’s passions outside of therapy, include cooking, long distance running, being outdoors, and hanging out with people she loves. Next to her faith, Amy’s number one passion is her family. Married to husband Matt since 2002, the couple has three fabulous children, and Mondo, the dog, who can be found working hard at LiveWell.
Bonnie sees children, adolescents, adults, and families. She has experience working with survivors of suicide and those dealing with suicidal thoughts. She specializes in anxiety, depression, identity, and parent-child relationships. Her passion is to empower people to know the truth that will set them free from the root of the issue.
Bonnie is married with 2 young children. She enjoys relaxing at coffee shops, playing with her two young children, attending church, running, road trips, movie nights, and baking.
You may contact Bonnie at 806-316-5595 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information or to schedule an appointment.
Brady has a passion for working with children and adolescents. Her desire is to create safe relationships where clients can express issues, feelings, and emotional responses to life experiences. She individualizes these responses to then help the client discover healthy ways of releasing, healing, and choosing a healthier, happier approach to life. Aspects of her counseling utilize art, music, creativity, and nature. She has training in trauma-informed care, crisis and intervention prevention, choice theory, reality therapy, suicide, opioid, behavioral learning, abuse, adventure, arts, and techniques in play therapy.
Outside of helping others, Brady loves being active in her church, being active outdoors, playing with her two “fur babies” (Milo and Nala), having game nights, traveling, and working out. Her positive energy and fun-loving personality is contagious and pours into her therapeutic techniques.
Kendall is an active member of her church and enjoys cooking, traveling and reading. She is married to her husband, Andrew and has 3 children.