Marriage counseling that Heals in Leawood, KS. Restore Your Relationship.

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Debra Neal, LCPC, ICCGC

Professional Counselor

7180 W. 107th St. Ste 21, Overland Park, Kansas

Do you have constant tension and conflict in your marriage or relationship? Have you been discouraged enough that you have contemplated breakup? Have or past or present deal with guilt or stress over 3rd party relationships? If you answered yes, call (816) 805-0732

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The city of Leawood, Kansas is a quaint suburb of Kansas City. Although Leawood has fewer than 32,000 people, its close enough to the excitement of Kansas City that residents and visitors alike have a plethora of activities in which to participate. Sports fans can take in a Kansas City Royals baseball game at the recently renovated Kaufmann Stadium. If professional football is your family's favorite sport, get tickets to a Chiefs game and cheer on the home team. If the family prefers to take in a flick, head over to the AMC Town Center to see the latest releases. Shopping is also abundant, with many boutiques and shops lining the streets of Park Place, an outdoor mall in downtown Leawood.1

Marriage and Family Mental Health in Leawood

The Johnson County Library offers a wide variety of family and parenting-related resources. Their 6 By 6 Program provides parents with valuable strategies for improving their child's reading, writing, and speaking abilities. The library also has extensive materials related to potty training, socialization, sibling rivalry, and a host of other issues families with young children often face. For older children, homework help is available to keep kids academically successful. Many other resources are available. Call 913-826-4600 for additional information.2

Young men in the Kansas City metro area who are at-risk of dropping out of school, engaging in drug use, or participating in other risky behaviors can get back on the right track by participating in the Urban Ranger Corps. The corps provides opportunities for participants to learn valuable work skills, offer their volunteer services to improve their neighborhoods, and develop a career path that leads them from high school into a good paying job. The overarching goal of the program is to provide tangible resources for success, while also instilling hope that the future is bright. Get involved in the Urban Ranger Corps by calling 816-333-6455.3

Family Services and Assistance Programs

Hillcrest Transitional Housing is far more than a homeless shelter. The Agency also provides support and assistance programs for couples and families that help them get back on their feet. By addressing the underlying issues that cause homelessness, whether its addiction, job loss, or family dysfunction, Hillcrest ensures that families can be self-sufficient once again. Residents get free housing in exchange for finding employment, attending life skills classes, and learning strategies for family budgeting. Contact Hillcrest at 913-400-2573 for further details.4 Additional resources for families in need are offered by the Church of the Resurrection. The church offers free courses for couples that wish to become adoptive or foster parents. Individuals who want to serve as a mentor to an at-risk child can join the Ask-A-Mentor Program. The Respite Care Outreach Program gives families a needed break from caring for a high needs child. Together these programs serve to improve family relations while providing safe homes and positive role models for needy children. Call 913-897-0120 to find out more about these programs.5.


References

1. Park Place. (2017). About Park Place. Retrieved from http://www.parkplaceleawood.com/about/
2. Johnson County Library. (2017). For Parents. Retrieved from http://www.jocolibrary.org/templates/JCL_InfoPage.aspx?id=16016
3. Urban Ranger Corps. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.urckc.org/
4. Hillcrest Transitional Housing. (2016). About. Retrieved from http://www.hillcresttransitionalhousing.org/about
5. Church of the Resurrection. (2017). Missions - Foster and Adoptive Care. Retrieved from http://www.cor.org/missions/serve-in-kansas-city/foster-adoptive-care/

Leawood is located in Johnson County, Kansas. It has a land area of 15.06 square miles and a water area of 0.09 square miles.  The population of Leawood is 34,579 people with 12,433 households and a median annual income of $139,384. .


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Licensed, professional counseling in Leawood is considered widely accessible by the majority of people who live here and budget is often not a concern for mental health treatment