Mary Anne believes in a collaborative approach to counseling and uses a blend of solution focused and cognitive behavioral therapies, which encourage personal growth and expansion of skills to improve the lives of clients. She believes that relationships are instrumental to personal happiness and often, when things don’t feel right, it can be beneficial to explore the relationships in our lives. She utilizes the ideas of Interpersonal Therapy which believes that all aspects of our life are impacted by interpersonal changes, be they relationships, life transitions – such as becoming a parent, new job, etc., and the grieving process.
Mary Anne accepts self-payments and Aetna insurance.
To schedule an appointment with Mary Anne, please call her at 314-626-0986 or email her at MaryAnne@happy-brain.com.
Kelly assists adults, adolescents and children. She practices holistic counseling to treat the whole body and person and hypnotherapy to treat smoking, addictions, weight reduction, anxiety and stress management, phobias, athletic enhancement, past life regression. She utilizes an integrative approach to tailor therapy to the person, and techniques from Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Internal Family Systems. This approach is direct, with a focus on the present and future to create internal mental harmony.
She accepts self-payments for hypnotherapy, past-life regression, and counseling, and Aetna insurance for counseling.
To schedule an appointment with Kelly, please call her at 314-502-9072 or email at Kelly@happy-brain.com.
She specializes in working with children and families and improving the relationship between them. Her office is designed to promote emotional and mental well-being in children and to improve parenting and communication skills with caregivers. Camille works with adults and couples with a focus on aligning positive mental thoughts with emotional self-regulation to promote personal harmony and happiness. This approach is affective for reducing anxiety, depression, reducing symptoms of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD, ADHD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and treating serious disorders and physical, emotional or sexual trauma. Finally, Camille’s practice promotes whole body well-being and nutritional support.
Camille has specialized training with high conflict blended families to support the community at the family level. Divorce is so hard on parents, that often one parent will either cause children to unjustifiably disrespect another parent, or one parent can be toxic and the children can be naturally estranged from that parent, a justified break in the relationship.
When relationships do not work, Camille offers divorce mediation to promote a return to well-being when the marriage ends. This approach is particularly designed to help parents work with children when one home becomes two homes. This focus reduces confusion, anxiety, and tensions for the couple and the children as they begin a new life. She works with an attorney offering a special rate to couples with or without children and who are agreeing to a non-contested approach to settling their differences. This process causes harmony between the two houses and for all members of the family.
She accepts self-payment at $165.
Call Camille to schedule an appointment at 314-717-0190 or email her at Reinhold@happy-brain.com.
Ms. Kerosevic uses a variety of therapeutic tools and techniques to support her clients, such as, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. She believes that, no matter what your age or place in life, the ability to change is possible because of the desire and motivation to do so.
Ms. Kerosevic is bilingual in English and Bosnian. She accepts self-pay using a sliding scale.
As a counselor, Morgan aims to create a welcoming and accepting environment where clients can share and explore who they are, what they’ve experienced, and what their goals are for the future. Morgan is of the belief that everyone can find healing and growth through the safe, supportive, and exploratory relationship that counseling fosters. Morgan recognizes the importance of both autonomy and empowerment. She works from a trauma-informed and person-centered lens, with aspects and interventions from Parts Therapy such as Internal Family Systems (IFS).
Morgan accepts self-pay using a sliding scale and will accept some insurance.