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Family Counseling Center

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EVERY FAMILY EXPERIENCES A CRISIS AT SOME POINT...

and when your family experiences one, we want to be there for you!  

Who do we serve in our Family Counseling Center?  

We provide counseling for teen boys and girls, ages 12-18, and their families, including siblings. 

 

What adolescent issues do our counselors address?  

Our counselors are able to handle a variety of challenges including depression, anxiety, trauma, suicidal ideation, self-harm, substance abuse, and pornography.  All of our Counselors are clinically-trained and have experience in a variety of therapeutic approaches.

 

What are hours of the Family Counseling center? 

We see clients at various times Monday - Friday.

 

Are scholarships available for counseling?

Yes, we never want finances to be a barrier to healing.  Let us know when you schedule an appointment if you are interested in a scholarship.  Amounts are determined based on a sliding scale.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 913-262-8885 or complete the "How Can We Help" form below.

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Our Counseling Staff

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Vicki Bartholomew, LMSW | Admissions Counselor

Vicki Bartholomew has been with House of Hope KC since April 2018. She received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the School of Social Welfare from the University of Kansas. Go Jayhawks! Vicki is married and has 3 kiddos who keep her extremely busy with all of their various activities. She is thankful to be a counselor at House of Hope and being a part of the journey of healing with the girls and their families.

Vicki Bartholomew, LMSW | Counselor

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Phoebe Finley | Counselor

Phoebe Finley is the newest member of the Counseling Team at House of Hope KC.  Phoebe received her Bachelor’s in Social Work from Southwest Baptist University and her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Kansas. For the last two years she has been at St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School as a school counselor and is currently pursuing her license in clinical social work and play therapy.  Phoebe works clients in our Residential program as well as clients in our Family Counseling Center.

Phoebe Finley | Counselor

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Laurie White, LMSW | Counselor

Laurie White began her journey at House of Hope in 2010, while earning two Service-Learning Certificates from Johnson County Community College for her volunteer work with the annual Stars and Spurs fundraiser. She recalls learning to use her strengths as a former professional cake decorator while teaching a cake decorating class to the residents, while sharing her story of how she came to faith in Jesus.  Later she had to resign her full-time job as a Paralegal to pursue God’s calling to be a social worker, she applied for the House Staff job on two different occasions.  Marilyn called her for an interview, and from that day forward she would begin her career with House of Hope as a House staff, to Senior House Staff to Program Director to Counselor while earning her degree. Laurie graduated from the University of Kansas in 2017 with her master’s in social work and began her clinical supervision in December of 2017.   She is currently working towards getting her permanent License Master Addiction Counselor (LMAC).  The best part of her job is getting to know the teenagers and helping families repair and restore relationships.  

Laurie White, LMSW | Counselor

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Rebecca Randall, LPC | Counselor 

Rebecca Randall, LPC | Counselor 

Rebecca recently joined the counseling team at House of Hope KC. She received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Baker University and her Master of Arts in Counseling degree, with an emphasis in marriage, couples and families, from MidAmerica Nazarene University. Rebecca is married to her husband of three years who she shares two pups with. Rebecca is biblically informed in her work with clients and focuses on family systems and attachment. Her specialties include anxiety, depression and shame.