Therapists in Our Office

Linda Hermann

M.Ed., Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor
  • Individual, couple and group counseling with a focus on rebuilding relationships
  • Marriage and pre-marital counseling
  • Uses emotion focused therapy (EFT)
  • Extensive experience treating chemical dependency, including working with families facing chemical dependency issues
  • Works with adolescents
  • Clinical supervision for counselors seeking licensure; Missouri-approved supervisor
  • Faith-based Christian Counseling available
  • Experienced in women's issues
  • Office hours on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays


  • Masters in Counseling, University of Missouri, St. Louis
  • More than 100 hours in Advanced Training in Emotion Focused Therapy


  • Private practice
  • Adjunct Faculty, Graduate Counseling Programs: Covenant Seminary and UMSL
  • Family Therapist, Hazelden Treatment Facility, Minnesota
  • Therapist in several hospital settings
  • Adolescent therapist, Logos School, St. Louis
  • Executive director of KUTO
  • Governor appointed - Committee for Professional Counselors
  • Supervisor crisis hotlines
  • Former President, Psychotherapy St. Louis
  • Board Certified in Telehealth

"My clients can expect a peaceful therapeutic experience, compassion, a tailored approach to individual needs and challenges to grow in balance, humor and love."

Telephone : 314-504-6015

Email: Contact Linda

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Barbara Koppe
MSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Private practice 22 years
  • Works with adults
  • Certified EMDR therapist for trauma recovery
  • Divorce Coach
  • Experienced as a medical and psychiatric social worker
  • Daytime and evening appointments, weekdays


  • MSW, University of Wisconsin -- Milwaukee
  • Post graduate certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy, Menninger Foundation


  • Private practice
  • Adolescent Therapist, Logos School, St. Louis
  • Psychiatric social worker, Barnes-Jewish Hospital
  • Oncology social worker, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

"I try to help each client focus and build upon their strengths in changing their lives. The past doesn't have to define the future."

Telephone: 314-863-8734

Email: Contact Barbara

Barb Hubbell Barb Hubbell
MSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • 30 years experience working with youth, adolescents, families
  • Individual, couple and family therapy
  • Men's and women's issues
  • Insurance provider for Anthem Blue Cross, United Healthcare and Aetna
  • Daytime, evening and weekend appointments


  • BSW and MSW, University of Missouri -- Columbia


  • Private Practice
  • Counselor at Ranken Technical College
  • Adolescent Therapist, Logos School, St. Louis
  • Therapist and social worker at several St. Louis area children's homes
  • Social worker, St. Louis City Juvenile Court

"I help clients discover their strengths, learn to believe in themselves, and create positive changes in their lives and relationships."

Telephone: 314-863-8734

Email: Contact Barb

Susan S. Wolfe
MAC, Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Adolescents, adults, and older adults
  • Individual and couple counseling
  • Experience with Eating Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, and Trauma
  • Codependency and relationship issues
  • Faith-based Christian counseling available
  • Advanced trainings in EMDR, DBT, and IFS
  • Insurance provider for Anthem Blue Cross;private pay
  • Daytime and evening appointments available


  • Masters in Counseling, Covenant Theological Seminary


  • Private Practice
  • Primary therapist, Castlewood Treatment Center for Eating Disorders
  • DBT Consultation Team member
  • 15 years experience in business and industry

"I will respectfully work with you to better understand the roots of your problem, encourage your exploration and growth, challenge unhealthy or destructive patterns of behavior, seek to support change, restore relationships, and empower you toward healthful decision-making."

Telephone: 314-717-1727

Email: Contact Susan

Bob James Bob James
M.A., Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor
  • Works with adolescents
  • Parenting and family therapy
  • School issues
  • School consulting
  • Chemical dependency issues
  • Addictions (pornography, gaming)
  • Anger, violence issues
  • Professional training and presentations
  • Private pay
  • Regular office hours Monday and Thursday evenings, other hours as needed


  • Masters in Counseling, Webster University


  • Addictions counselor, 17 years
  • School counselor, 10 years
  • Counselor in Juvenile Detention Center, 5 years
  • Extensive experience in public speaking and training on topics of drug issues, bullying, suicide prevention and parenting

"I specialize in working with young people who have not had positive experiences with therapy in the past. I pride myself on being able to develop a therapeutic relationship with the most difficult and resistant adolescents."

Telephone : 314-374-1207

Email: Contact Bob

Maria Kuhn Maria Kuhn
M.Ed., Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Individual and couple therapy
  • Works with adults
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Experienced in working with trauma, sexual abuse
  • Substance abuse
  • Employment and workplace issues
  • Insurance provider for GHP/MH Net, Coventry, Mines, ComPsych
  • Sliding scale available
  • Daytime, evening and weekend hours


  • M.Ed. in Counseling, University of Missouri, St. Louis


  • Private practice
  • Organizational/workplace psychologist
  • Outpatient adult substance abuse counselor, Preferred Family Healthcare

"Through therapeutic approaches I help clients to improve their coping skills with the ultimate goal of living better and happier lives."

Telephone: 636-675-3639

Email: Contact Maria

Patricia Katzfey
M.Ed., MBA, Licensed Professional Counselor, Master Career Counselor
  • Specializes in career development with adults in transition
  • Works with high school and college students on career issues
  • Provides career assessment services
  • Anxiety
  • Daytime, evening and weekend hours


  • M.Ed., University of Missouri, St. Louis
  • MBA, Lake Forest Graduate School, Lake Forest, IL


  • Works in career counseling, Washington University
  • Four years experience in higher education, coaching and academic planning
  • 20 years of business industry experience

"Through our work we find a purpose, a connection and a way to meaningfully engage in society. Using the career counseling process our goal is to help simplify, clarify, plan and transform work challenges into meaningful opportunities."

Telephone: 314-540-9558

Email: Contact Patricia



Nicole Grass, MBA, MA, Licensed Professional Counselor

Individual, family and couples counseling offered

Faith-based Christian counseling available upon request


  • Master of Arts in Counseling, Covenant Theological Seminary
  • Executive MBA Certificate, Washington University
  • MBA, Webster University


  • Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy (Herd Institute)
  • Equine Assisted Growth and Learning (Eagala)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Equine Facilitated Dialectical Behavior Therapy (EF-DBT)
  • Adolescent Therapist, Residential Pregnancy Support Center
  • 12+ years business industry and leadership experience

Special Interests: 

  • Emotional Dysregulation
  • Trauma & Abuse
  • Life Transition
  • Depression & Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Women's issues including: parenting, pregnancy, fertility, infant loss, abortion, and miscarriage
  • Business and Leadership Coaching
  • Navigating Team Dynamics
  • Marriage and Relationship Troubles 

What is Equine-Facilitated Wellness?

Equine facilitated psychotherapy, or EFP, is a specialized form of therapy where a human therapist partners with a horse or pony, to provide therapeutic growth, emotional support and healing. Clients often focus on: managing anxiety and/or depression, coping with past trauma and grief, improving communication skills and relationship development, boosting self-esteem and confidence, learning to establish and maintain healthy boundaries, and more.

Please visit: for more information on Equine-Facilitated Wellness opportunities.

"I believe that each person has their own set of needs and challenges. You and I will work together to design an approach that works for you and to ensure your goals are met. You matter and deserve to live your best life. Please contact me today. I offer a free 15-minute phone consultation."

Contact Nicole: 314-690-3118 or [email protected]


Caryn Attianese
MA, Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor, Certified Eating Disorder Specialist

  • Individual, couple, group, and family counseling
  • Marriage and pre-marriage counseling
  • Emotionally Focused Therapy
  • Adolescents and adults
  • Codependency and relationship issues
  • Attachment based therapy
  • Experience treating eating disorders, addiction, relationship issues, and trauma
  • Experience working with loved ones of those struggling with eating disorders and addiction
  • EMDR trained
  • Clinical Supervision for Eating Disorder Specialist
  • Office hours: Wednesday and Friday daytime/evenings


  • Masters in Counseling, Northern Arizona University
  • Extensive training with Pia Melody’s Post Induction Therapy for trauma


  • Private Practice
  • Owner and Clinical Director of Intensive Outpatient Program and Outpatient Program
  • Director of Clinical Services, Rosewood Ranch
  • Primary therapist, Sierra Tucson
  • Survivors Therapist, The Meadows
  • Former President of International Eating Disorders Association Professionals, Phoenix Chapter

“I consider it a true honor to be able to walk alongside my clients on their journey toward true healing. Creating an environment of safety and connection is important to me. In working with me, clients will experience compassion and empathy, along with be able to challenge a client to move forward.”

Telephone: 314-920-1028

Email: [email protected]



Jackie McCrary
M.Ed., NCC

  • Individual, couple, and group therapy
  • Adults and older adults
  • Relationship, marriage, and pre-marital counseling
  • Faith-based Christian counseling available
  • Telehealth or in-person sessions available
Masters in Counseling, University of Missouri - St. Louis
  • Private practice
  • Counseling and Social Advocacy Center, UMSL
  • Gottman Couples Therapy - Level 1

"Real work can bring real change. I believe that all clients have the capacity to make real progress toward positive change. I also empathically recognize that progress and change can be difficult and sometimes scary. With this in mind, I hope to meet you exactly where you are today. Counseling is not a one-size-fits-all practice; I recognize this and will work with you to tailor a therapeutic approach to your individual needs. I also understand the power of the therapeutic relationship between client and counselor and want to make the collaborative process of counseling meaningful for you.

I focus less on “diagnosis” or “disorder” and more on your individual needs. Using an integrative approach to therapy, I hope to help you identify thoughts and emotions that negatively impact your life and help you learn new, healthier ways to think, cope, and behave. I work with adults, young adults, and couples who have a variety of concerns.

Ultimately, my goal is to help you. I want to create a space where, for 50 minutes, you feel validation, support, trust, and empathy. You might also feel gently nudged to challenge old behaviors and thoughts, and move your life in a more positive direction. Real work is hard - but real change is incredibly satisfying. Let's work together towards real change."

Supervisor: Linda Hermann, MEd, LPC

License Number: MO 2254

Email: [email protected]

Telephone (call & text): (314) 301-9910


Thetis Alcott
MAC, LPC, Certified Clinical Telemental Health Provider

  • Adults, Individuals, Couples, Families
  • Integrated approach grounded in attachment and Emotionally Focused Therapy
  • Wide range of training in cognitive modality’s including Mindful Self-Compassion, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) basic training
  • Focus on professional women and men, single and married, navigating personal and professional struggles
  • University of Kansas, Bachelor of Arts
  • Missouri Baptist University, Master of Arts in Counseling
  • Lutheran Family and Children’s Services, Counselor I
  • Private practice

“I believe in meeting clients where they are on their emotional journey. We will walk together and discover alternative ways of feeling about yourself and of your past experiences. Together we will explore codependence, your self-critical voice, attachment relationships, and the other obstacles keeping you stuck in the same patterns. Changing these patterns includes understanding the importance of vulnerability, new approaches to our interactions, and the role compassion plays in our lives.”

Phone: 314-252-8468

Email: [email protected]


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