Theresa is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and a licensed mental health professional who works with the whole person. She provides a safe and welcoming environment.
For more information about Theresa please visit her personal website at www.theresahubbard.com
You can contact Theresa at 816-407-7706 x203 or through email at email@example.com
Brianna is a Marriage and Family Therapist working under the direction of Theresa Hubbard. She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a Minor in Criminal Justice. Brianna received her Master of Art in Marriage and Family Therapy. Brianna has over 14 years experience working with traumatized children, adolescents and families. Brianna is passionate about helping people heal and is an advocate for her clients. Brianna is training in Neurofeedback.
You can contact Brianna at 816-407-7706 x201 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michele is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional who has diverse experience working in the field of social services and mental health over fifteen years. She has worked with children, teens and adults, many of whom have experienced traumatic events. Michele has worked in settings including therapeutic day treatment program, inpatient psychiatric hospital, community-based programs as well as school settings providing trauma-informed consultation, training and therapy.
She is sensitive to the impact of traumatic life experiences and the way these experiences can shape our world. She works to meet people where they are with empathy, understanding of person-in-environment and strengths-based perspective. Michele utilizes an attachment-based framework, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused interventions.
Michele’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Missouri – Kansas City and a Master of Social Work from the University of Kansas. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Missouri. Michele is training in neurofeedback.
“Every human being has inherent strengths and unique individual qualities. It is my goal to create a safe environment in which we can collaborate to build upon these strengths, work through challenges and begin the journey to healing.”
Linda is the reason what we can accomplish all that we do to provide neurofeedback in Liberty! Linda is our support staff and has worked with Theresa Hubbard in Liberty for over 9 years. She is consistently helpful to our clients. Whether you have questions regarding insurance, billing or neurofeedback appointments, Linda is here to help! Linda is a wonderful person who loves to spend time in nature and with her adorable grandchildren.
You can contact Linda at 816-407-7706 x208 or through email at email@example.com
Results of Weekly High-Performance Neurofeedback (HPN) Treatments.
Recipient: Joy A. Martin; aged 56, Married, CMHC Graduate Student.
Report prepared by Joy Martin on 3/04/19 after 20 HPN Sessions.
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words; perhaps my ‘Heart Art’ from this year’s
Valentine’s Day celebration at the InterUrban ArtHouse with Sherri Jacobs, M.S., LMFT-T., M.A.,
ATR and Dr. Elizabeth Deng, Cardiologist with Midwest Physicians, will help convey the benefits
that I have experienced from 20 sessions of Neurofeedback.
SIDE NOTE: Since HPN, I’ve had to modify some of my behavior to break unhealthy lifestyle habits,
which facilitates better care for my brain and body. Pertinent behavior modifications are:
• Being mindful of the words I use in everyday conversations and situations so that I do not dramatize
and/or heighten a situation to create a crisis in my mind and spike adrenalin (adrenalin hit).
• Practicing time management; leaving the house earlier to arrive five minutes before scheduled
appointments and other responsibilities to avoid rushing around and spiking adrenalin (adrenalin hit).
• Research shows that exercise is good for brain health; my goal is to walk my neighborhood, or on the
treadmill, for 30-45 minutes at least three times per week.
• Consistently engaging in abdominal breathing and taking appropriate action when I feel stress/anxiety.