M.S., Licensed Psychologist
816-246-4465 ext 2
LeeAnn has been in full time, private practice since 1995 after receiving her master of science degree in clinical psychology from the University of Central Missouri. Psychology is not just her profession, it is her passion. She feels honored to be allowed into her clients’ lives as they strive to meet goals as a therapeutic team. She works with children, adolescents, couples and adults of all ages both individually and as part of a family. Depressive and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, personality disorders and grief and trauma issues including the losses caused by divorce are all areas of expertise, among others. LeeAnn respects each client’s unique perspective and needs and draws upon their strengths to aid them in healing and personal growth.
LeeAnn is a woman of Christian faith first and being a wife and mother are close seconds. She has been married to her husband David for 36 years and fell in love with her son 34 years ago and with her daughter 32 years ago. She is the primary educator in the youth department at her church and is part of a team that ministers to over 100 elementary-aged children every week. She works with and respects people of all faiths.
LeeAnn also enjoys taking long trips with her husband, studying the culinary arts and spending time with family members, friends, and her Chinese pug, Romeo.
LeeAnn’s Office Hours:
Tuesday 8am – 8pm
Thursday Out of Office
Friday Out of Office
Saturday Out of Office
LeeAnn does check messages on the days she is out of the office and will return messages on those days.
LeeAnn is also available for speaking and workshop facilitation.
Insurances LeeAnn Accepts:
Blue Cross/Blue Shield (all PPO and HMO plans)
For all others please call our office to check.
LeeAnn accepts a limited number patients who pay a significantly reduced rate due to financial reasons. Please ask for more information if this is your situation.
LeAnn’s Recent Continuing Education Training:
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ): Clinical Issues and Treatment Strategies - 2018
The Body Keeps Score - Trauma Healing with Bessel van der Kolk, MD - 2017