She/Her pronouns. Audra has worked with a wide age range of clients, even prior to working as a therapist; she has worked mostly with children and teenagers and their families/guardians. Audra enjoys incorporating play, humor, and authenticity to foster feelings of safety.
Audra has experience working with clients in the community mental health atmosphere, in inpatient treatment facilities, in school settings, and in the non-profit capacity for the past seven years. Audra also has experience working with children outside of the behavioral health field, where Audra facilitated groups in after-school activities and in summer camps, which Audra pulls from to help incorporate fun into the therapy space when appropriate.
Audra received her Master’s in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on Child and Play Therapy from Southern Nazarene University in Tulsa, OK, her hometown. Audra relocated to Kansas in 2019 and became a Licensed Professional Counselor for the state of Kansas.
Audra’s training includes:
Diadic Developmental Psychotherapy
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing