Psychotherapy is a form of therapy which responds to deeper psychological issues which may exist in your life. These are the patterns and experiences that have affected your life and impact how you interact with the world around you. Sometimes these patterns make life’s journey difficult to navigate. Psychotherapy can help you overcome those blocks to successfully travel life’s journey.
Cristinette A. Likiardopoulos LCMFT
Cristinette graduated from Friends University, Wichita, KS, in 2014 with a Master of Science in Family Therapy. She has been trained in EMDR Therapy and Play Therapy. She specializes in grief and trauma. She has experience in working with clients who were suffering from a wide spectrum of issues including: depression, anxiety, relationship issues, parenting, childhood trauma, anger management, and bereavement. She works with children from age two to 18 using a variety of play therapy techniques. Cristinette works from an attachment perspective and utilizes Narrative Therapy, Sand Tray Therapy, Play Therapy, and EMDR when working with children, adolescents, couples, and families. She is also certified in the Prepare/Enrich relationship assessment.
Play therapy experience is an emotional experience that brings about reorganization of meanings, concepts, feelings, self-understanding. – Virginia Axline
Robert J. Hartmann, MDiv, LCMFT
Robert has over 30 years experience in church Ministry, Pastoral Counseling and Psychotherapy. He offers a holistic perspective toward therapy, working to help you balance mind, body and soul, so you can “follow your bliss” and live life to its fullest. With experience in pastoral counseling, spiritual direction, social work, marriage and family therapy, clinical psychology, archetypal psychology and psychoanalysis, Robert brings a variety of skills to the therapy room. Some of the tools he may use are archetypal and personality indicators, sandtray, narrative therapy, EMDR and dream analysis. In addition to degrees in philosophy, history and theology, Robert is a graduate of the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Friends University. He is currently a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA. His research and writing focus on the connection between psychology and spirituality.
The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct. – Carl Jung
Robert on psychotherapy: “I provide psychotherapy from a narrative perspective. This approach to therapy arises out of my belief that human beings are people of story—of stories lived and stories shared. Our life journeys are colored by our experience of family, faith and relationships. These different kinds of experience are interconnected to form the unique story of each person’s life. Narrative therapy offers a manner of therapy which recognizes the significance of your story in your life and harnesses your own inner strength to bring about real change.”