Adam Harshman, MS, LPC
Adam is co-owner of Compass Counseling Services. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He specializes in Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, and Couples Counseling.
Adam is a graduate of Missouri State University with a Masters in Clinical Psychology. Prior to working in private practice Adam worked in residential treatment settings with adolescent boys and girls. He maintains a case load in both the Springfield and Lebanon offices.
Adam is able to integrate the Christian faith into the counseling session for those who appreciate that perspective.
Adam is also an author and speaker on the topic of marriage and communication. You can find his blog at www.revivemarriage.com
Adam can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Bruns, PLPC
My current practice is centered on outreach and trauma focused therapy to children in Springfield, Missouri and rural south central Missouri. A majority of my clients are in foster care settings from being displaced from their homes due to substance abuse, behavioral health and abandonment issues. My outreach is extended to working with local non-profit organizations focused on ending the cycle of poverty to assist children in learning life long holistic approaches to break the cycle of generational poverty mindsets.
My experience includes the areas of Combat Trauma Therapy, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Dual Diagnosis, Co-Occurring, and Substance Abuse counseling. It also includes outreach to veterans homeless services, jail diversion, veterans court mentor, and prison reentry. In May of 2011 this experience was called to serve as a responder to the Joplin, Missouri tornado relief efforts.
I am also a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS), with inpatient neuropsychological hospital experience in Case management and assessment of Traumatic Brain Injured patients. Outreach and advocacy for persons experiencing deep psychological, behavioral and emotional challenges secondary to brain trauma.
Mike can be contacted at email@example.com
Joe De Vries, LPC
Joe is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology from Missouri State University. Joe has experience and specialized training in working with children, adolescents, adults, and families with a variety of issues including AD/HD, Adjustment Disorders, anger problems, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Bereavement, Anxiety Disorders, juvenile offenders (physical assault, theft, sexual issues), Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Parent-Child Relationship Problems, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Reactive Attachment Disorder, sexual and physical abuse recovery, risky sexual behavior, social anxiety, substance abuse recovery, referral for evaluation and treatment of developmental disabilities, among others.
Joe believes in a person-centered approach employing a variety of methods specific to the individual’s needs, integrating mental, physical, and spiritual parts of the whole person. He is a practitioner of the Nurtured Heart Approach, a perspective that empowers parents to create greatness and inner wealth in their children through experiences of success. He uses Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy techniques, Brief Solution-Focused Therapy as well as Play Therapy among other perspectives to empower change in individuals and families.
Joe is also fluent in Spanish and works with a number of Spanish-language clients.
Joe can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bethany Johnson, LPC
Bethany is the clinical coordinator for Compass Counseling and is a Licensed Professional
Counselor. She has a Master’s Degree in counseling psychology from Evangel University.
Bethany helps people of all ages with a wide range of concerns including Mood Disorders,
Anxiety Disorders, Substance Abuse, and family issues. She specializes working with youth in
foster care, adoption, and trauma issues. Bethany has a personcentered approach that
emphasizes building a strong relationship with the client to help facilitate growth and healing.
She is able to integrate the Christian faith into the counseling process for those who appreciate
Bethany can be contacted at email@example.com.
Jessica Johnson, PLPC
Jessica is a Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor, with a master’s degree in Clinical
Psychology from Missouri State University.
She has experience working with depression,
anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, neurocognitive disorders, and psychotic disorders. Since
beginning at Compass Counseling, she does most of her work with children and teenagers in
the foster care system, but also works with adults.
She has a person centered approach, which
places emphasis on building a strong relationship between the therapist and the client, and the
client’s innate ability to grow and heal.
Jessica can be contacted at Jessica@ozarkscompass.com
Rebecca Lohr, LPC
Rebecca has a masters in school counseling and clinical counseling from Missouri State University.
She is currently a full time school counselor and therefore sees clients who prefer appointments outside of those times.
She has experience working with children, teens and families. Prior to working as a counselor she worked as a mental health caseworker and with children and adolescents in foster care and residential placements. She utilizes a client centered approach, believing in the clients ability for growth and change.
Rebecca can be contacted at Rebecca@ozarkscompass.com
John Pryor, PLPC
John is Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor with a Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Evangel University.
His passion is in partnering with diverse people in a way that empowers them to achieve mental health, wellness, and ultimately peace. The journey to wellness may look a little different for each person, but John desires to meet with people wherever they may find themselves in life. He works to collaborate with others in a way that respects the personhood of the individual.
John believes in providing a safe place for anyone who may be in emotional pain or feel alone to share their experiences without fear of judgment. By helping to increase self-awareness, John uses the helping relationship to springboard others into wellness.
John has experience working with individuals from different walks of life including children, young adults, and older adults. Many of these individuals have experienced such concerns as: anger, depression, anxiety, and issue specific to LGBT community to name a few.
John can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mindy Reinhold, LPC
Mindy is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Masters Degree in Counseling from Ball State University.
Mindy is trained in EMDR and Theophostic Prayer Ministry and loves to use these tools to help adults and teens who have suffered trauma. Prior to joining Compass Counseling Services, Mindy worked for an inpatient facility that specializes in treating eating disorders, then for a correctional facility that specializes in treating substance addiction and criminal behavior. Mindy also has experience with Borderline Personality, anxiety, and depression.
Mindy takes a personal and validating approach in working with her clients. It is her goal for her clients to not only feel understood, but to understand themselves better while gaining more effective skills to handle life in between sessions and when they terminate. Mindy is able to integrate the Christian faith for her clients who desire this.
Mindy can be contacted at email@example.com
Casey Rogers, LPC
Casey is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Masters Degree in Counseling from Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. Casey helps people of all ages in individual or groups with a range of concerns including Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Family, and related issues. Casey is able to integrate the Christian faith into the counseling session for those who appreciate that perspective.
Casey can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashley Wallace, LPC
Ashley is a Licensed Professional Counselor, with a Masters of Science in Counseling from Missouri State University.
Ashley has experience and training in working with children, adolescents, adults, and families with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, ODD, and child-parent relationship issues.
Ashley believes in a client-centered approach employing a variety of methods specific to the individual’s needs. She has specialized training in child-centered play therapy, along with Child-Parent Relationship Training. Play therapy is designed to assist a client to enact the feelings and issues with which they are struggling, and do not yet have words to describe, through the use of selected toys and age-appropriate activities. Through play therapy, children learn self-control and responsibility for their behaviors, develop their own creative ways to solve problems, as well as learn appropriate ways to express emotions.
Ashley can be contacted at
Kyle Watson, PLPC
Kyle is a Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor, with a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Evangel University
He has experience working with depression, anxiety, trauma, and defiant behavior. Kyle has worked with children and teens in care. Kyle uses a person centered approach to help individuals set their own goals as they continue to grow and heal.
Kyle can also use Christian based counseling for those who may prefer that perspective of therapy.
Kyle can be contacted at email@example.com
Jenna Wood, PLPC
Jenna is a Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Evangel University.
She works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She has experience treating depression, anxiety, trauma, anger, and behavioral issues.
Jenna uses a client-centered approach to build a strong relationship with her clients to promote growth and change. It is her goal to help clients feel understood and validated on their path to healing.
Jenna can be contacted at:
Lindsay Wray, LCSW
Lindsay Wray is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and specializes in the area of grief and Loss. She has worked in a variety of social welfare settings primarily with foster children. She co-founded and built a Grief and Loss program for residents of a local treatment facility dealing with these issues.
She has experienced firsthand how unresolved grief and loss issues can negatively impact children and teens, especially those in the foster care system. These youth are often subject to countless moves and changes to their environments, many times without notice, or opportunity for closure.
Lindsay can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org