Meet the Northland Zona Rosa Therapists
LSCSW, LCSW, CRAADC, CCTP-II
Specialties: substance use disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma, somatic experiencing
Population Focus: adolescents age 15 and up, young adults, adults, first responders
Cheree is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Missouri and a Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker (LSCSW) in Kansas with a master’s degree from University of Missouri - Kansas City. She is a Certified Reciprocal Advance Alcohol Drug Counselor (CRAADC), Certified Clinical Trauma Professional Level II, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner in Training, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Therapy) trained. Cheree has 13 years of experience in the social service, mental health, and addiction field; having worked inpatient, outpatient, and residential settings, serving adolescent and adult populations. She uses a variety of theraputic interventions to meet individuals where they are in their life’s journey. She specializes in depression, anxiety, stress management, life transitions, and substance use. Cheree's favorite self-care activities include spending time with her family, her cat, watching documentaries, and the creative process of rehabbing her house.
Specialties: dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), cognitive processing therapy (CPT), prolonged exposure therapy (PE), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), PTSD, trauma, borderline personality disorder, anxiety, adjustment disorders, depression, somatic experiencing
Population Focus: young adults, adults, military, first responders
Tate (she/her) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Missouri, a Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker (LSCSW) in Kansas and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner in Training. She received her master’s degree from the University of Kansas. Tate has experience working in a variety of settings including outpatient and inpatient facilities providing individual and group therapy. Her focus has been on providing Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) to assist with emotion management along with Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) to help those who have endured traumatic life experiences. Tate provides skills to assist in coping with daily stressors and anxiety. She is passionate about providing insight and skills to enrich relationships and helping individuals to grow within their own life journey. Tate is an advocate for self-care and has helped individuals develop their own self care plans. She offers a compassionate and direct approach in therapy while utilizing the strengths perspective to assist people with reaching their goals. Tate’s favorite self-care activities include reading, exploring the city, and spending time with her family and her animals.
Specialties: health transitions, stress management, grief and Loss, anxiety, communication, depression, chronic Illness, military/veterans issues, PTSD/Trauma
Population Focus: military families/spouses, healthcare workers, young adults, seniors, families, couples
Lorianne is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) in both MO and KS with over 20 years of experience. She received her master degree from East Carolina University. Lorianne has experience helping others through transitions, advocating and supporting those challenged by chronic illness in areas of hospice, home health, dialysis, long-term, and residential settings. She is also an Army spouse who validates the gifts, difficulties and ‘soul injuries’ of unmourned loss within military families. Lorianne has worked with those transitioning from the Army as a career and benefits counselor with the Army Career and Alumni Program. She has been described as insightful, welcoming, and compassionate. Lorianne’s passion is to enrich those who are willing to grow through challenges. She is EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Therapy) trained and currently working toward her Clinical Licensure and Gottman’s Method Couples Therapy certification. Lorianne’s favorite self-care activities include time with her adult children, working with her miniature horses, writing, cooking, laughing and travel.
Specialties: depression, anxiety, PTSD/trauma, stress management
Population Focus: military/first responders, adults, young adults, adolescents age 15 and up
Stephanie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a master’s degree from Saint Louis University. She is trained in EMDR (Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), CPT (Cognitive Processing Therapy, and DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy). Stephanie has experience providing individual and group therapy in inpatient psychiatric care and dual-diagnosis residential treatment. She specializes in depression, anxiety, substance use, military/first responders, trauma, and domestic violence. She uses a compassionate and direct approach with clients to meet them where they are in their healing journey, improve overall wellbeing, and increase self-worth. Stephanie’s favorite self-care activities include traveling, reading, being active, and spending time with family and friends.
Specialties: cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing
Population Focus: adolescents, adults, couples
Devin is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Missouri and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in Kansas with a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Forest Institute. Devin has 8+ years experience in the mental health field working in outpatient and crisis intervention settings. She specializes in working with depression, anxiety, stress management, and couples. She believes each persons journey is unique and the approach working with them should be too. Devin’s favorite self-care activities include spending time with family, being outdoors, and homing new plants.
Specialties: arts-based therapy, transpersonal therapy, mindfulness, creative ritual practice, grief and loss, post-traumatic growth, body acceptance/neutrality, ADHD, PTSD, depression, anxiety
Population Focus: children ages 8 and up, adolescents, young adults (18-27), LGBTQIA+ (youth, families, couples,) trauma survivors, first responders, individuals in helping professions, children and adolescents of first responders
Tiffane (she/they) is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) with a master’s degree from the University of Missouri Kansas City. She is licensed in Missouri and under the clinical supervision of lead therapist, Cheree McCallon, LCSW. Tiffane has eleven years of experience working in community mental health as a case manager for Transitional Age Youth (18-25) with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness and as a therapeutic arts program manager. Tiffane is a certified trauma-informed care trainer and is experienced in various evidence-based modalities including dialectical behavioral therapy and solution-focused therapy. She is certified in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) and is currently pursuing EMDR and play therapy training. Tiffane aspires to provide a client-centered healing space for personal growth and transformation by using a therapeutic approach that embraces expressive arts, mindfulness, social emotional learning, creative ritual, and transpersonal psychology. Tiffane’s favorite self-care activities include making art, spending time in nature with her partner and two dogs, and singing in a local liberation choir.
Specialties: cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, PCIT, military/non-military, PTSD, trauma, motivational interviewing, prolonged exposure therapy
Population Focus: children, adolescents, families, military, first responders, young adults
Darrell is a pending Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) with a master’s degree from Park University. He will be under the clinical supervision of Clinical Counseling Associates lead therapist Cheree McCallon. Darrell is a combat veteran who is passionate about providing services to military members, veterans, and their families. He has personal and professional expertise in this area due to being a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. He was a part of the 2nd Light Armoured Infantry Battalion out of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. After the Marine Corps, Darrell served in the Army National Guard where he was called into active duty in the Army and was deployed for Operation Enduring Freedom with the 24th Infantry Division as a combat engineer out of Fort Stewart, Georgia. Additionally, he has worked as a corrections officer, as a Cadre Challenge Program in Nevada, Missouri, and started a scared straight program at the Essex County Juvenile Detention Center. Darrell previously worked in community health at the Crittenton Center for Children and at Kaw Valley (KVC) as a Behavioral Health technician. Darrell has been providing therapy services for the past two years in Wyandotte County, where he specializes in working with children and families. Additionally, he works part-time as a football coach for NFL Procamps, an independent contracting firm that provides coaches to teach specialty skills at NFL, community, and NCAA football camps, Darrell also volunteers as a football coach at the Della Lamb Organization and the Veteran’s Community Project (VCP). Darrell's favorite self-care activities include traveling and spending time with his beautiful wife, who is also a therapist, and his seven children.
Specialties: mindfulness meditation, grief and loss, aging adjustment, anticipatory grief, depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, boundary setting
Population Focus: young adults (18+), adults, seniors, individuals, families, couples
Teresa is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) with a master’s degree from the University of Missouri Kansas City. She is licensed in Missouri and Kansas and under the clinical supervision of lead therapist, Cheree McCallon, LCSW. Teresa has 20+ years in the medical field with the last 11 years specifically in geriatrics, dementia care, inpatient psychiatric treatment, and hospice care. Teresa is experienced in facilitating individual and group sessions using evidence-based modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, as well as a variety of therapeutic strategies to individualize care to client needs. She enjoys supporting clients as they process concerns, with a focus on discovering underlying causes to formulate goals and move toward solutions. Teresa believes we all have room for growth and together we can work to develop skills that bring healing and transformation to client lives. Teresa's favorite self-care activities include spending time with her beloved family and friends, drinking coffee somewhere in nature-preferably while camping near a beautiful body of water, hiking, reading, kayaking, cheering for KC sports teams, as well as watching cooking shows while vegging on the sofa.
Specialties: stress management, anxiety, depression, co-parenting, postpartum, and community trauma, healing
Population Focus: parents, young adults, families, couples, individuals, groups
Amanda is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) in both MO and KS. Amanda is currently under Clinical Supervision to be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). Amanda received her master’s degree from Park University. Amanda has over 20 years of experience working with individuals, children, and families. Amanda is a systems-oriented therapist, meaning the individual is not separate from the whole. She uses multiple therapy interventions to provide her clients with a treatment plan that is well suited for their unique needs. Amanda believes all humans, given the opportunity, are capable of healing. She views healing both as a communal and individual process. Amanda specializes in depression, anxiety, stress management, co-parenting, postpartum, and community trauma and healing. Amanda’s favorite self-care activities include putting her earbuds in and going for long walks, spending time outside, writing, and reading.
Master of Social Work Intern
University of Kansas
Specialties of Interest: CBT, solution-focused therapy, motivational interviewing, family conflict, adjustment disorders, PTSD/ trauma, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, LGBTQ+
Population Focus: Adolescents, adults, families, couples, service industry
Samantha is currently a second-year social work master's student at the University of Kansas. She is currently a Clinical Counseling Associate intern under supervision of CCA therapist Tate Goss. Samantha's educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology, complemented by a minor in applied behavioral sciences, both of which she earned at the University of Kansas. Recently, Samantha completed an internship at an alternative high school where she gained hands-on experience in crisis intervention and providing social and emotional support to students 18 and under. She also has contributed to her skill set by serving as a teacher's assistant at a daycare, working with adolescents. Samantha's professional aspirations center on delivering therapeutic services that are safe, affirming, and tailored to address the unique needs of each individual client. Outside of her endeavors, Samantha indulges in the art of cooking, listening to music, nurturing her plants, and spending time with loved ones.