Recognized Experts in Family Psychology
Professional standards define expertise in the practice of psychology, psychotherapy, and psychiatric nursing. The staff of Family Psychological Services have met and exceeded those standards in their specialties. Wes Crenshaw is Board Certified in Couples and Family Psychology, a Certified Sex Therapist, and holds Health Certificates in Sex Therapy and Sex Education from the University of Michigan. He is the author of several books and a frequent guest on public radio and commercial TV. Marilee McCleery holds a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from the Washburn University and is Board Certified in Psychiatric Nursing. Adrian Cade holds a Masters of Nursing from Fort Hays and a psychiatric certification from Washburn.
Tamara Henley, LCPC holds a masters degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kansas. Adrian Zelvy completed an MA in Counseling Psychology-Counselor Education specializing in Couple and Family Therapy from the University of Colorado-Denver. Both have been working with children and families for many years, with an emphasis on working with the acting out child and improving and repairing family dynamics. Susan Chase, LSCSW also sees children, families, and some adults. Jordan Mayfield and Sarah Doyle are both licensed as clinical social workers (LSCSW). Jordan is also a Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselors (LCAC). Kelly Hughes is an LSCSW specializing in eating disorders. All three have extensive experience working with adults and late teens across a wide range of mental health difficulties. Jessica Allison, LSCSW works with adults. Lane Miller, LMSW and Rosa Knowlton all work with children under the supervision of Susan Chase. Monique Norris holds a masters degree from Emporia State University in Counseling. Nikki Hutchison and Andrea Summey hold LMSWs from the University of Kansas. Kelly Weichman holds a masters in Clinical Psychology from Emporia State University.
Just as importantly, our staff knows how to make a personal connection for change with children, adolescents, families, and adults. These are not always "feel-good" relationships because therapy is rarely an easy journey. But the relationships we build are authentic, direct, and benevolent. Our goal is to work as a team to help you and your family succeed. If you're bringing children or teenagers to therapy, please assure them before the first visit that we see them as vital members of our team and always afford them a voice in treatment.
You're putting your faith in us and our organization to handle your case confidentially, professionally, and skillfully. Family Psychological Services will work to earn that trust.
Please take a look at our staff profiles at the bottom of this page. Click below each picture to learn more about the staff member and to find out if and when they have openings for new clients. Family Psychological Services is building on Dr. Wes' 30 years of experience in business and mental health service delivery to enhance what you and your family get out of treatment, from the time you make your first call to our office, until we shake hands and say "good-bye."