Richelle Stillwell, LPC, CMHC, CFTP, PLPC

Richelle Stillwell View Specialties

  • Licensed Professional Counselor, Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Certified Family Trauma Professional
  • 801 Main Street , Grandview, Missouri, 64030
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      801 Main Street
      Grandview, 64030
  • Phone: 816-659-3497
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  • www.rscounselingandconsultation.com
  • This member is also available for online counseling.
  • Online-counseling methods: Email, Phone, Webcam

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About Richelle Stillwell:
 
   I have not been an “official” counselor for long, but I have served in that capacity in one way or another for over 21 years. In 1996, I graduated from Sanford Brown University with a degree in Occupational Therapy. I loved my job and felt tremendous satisfaction in helping people recover from what I thought at the time, was solely a physical recovery. I have come to understand that the real satisfaction and draw that I felt, developed during my one-on-one time with each client,  talking and processing through the experiences that landed them in my care.
 
   Over these past 7 years, I have served in various community settings, providing pastoral counseling and life coaching to individuals who just needed someone to listen. I have discovered that we all have the power and ability to make substantial changes in our lives if we are given the right set of tools, have a supportive and safe atmosphere to explore areas of change, and receive the encouragement of someone who believes we can do it!
 
 
Accomplishments
  • Member of Chi Sigma Iota International Honor Society 
  • Member of Golden Key International Honor Society
  • Member of the International Association of Trauma Professionals
  • Certified Family Trauma Professional

Specializations
 
  • Parenting Difficulties
  • Child Behavioral Issues
  • Trauma Histories and Intervention

   A note about my trauma specialization:  When I initially began providing counseling during my practicum and internship to children and families who have experienced trauma or neglect, I was overwhelmed at the hard journey that often comes with walking out from under its devastating impact. What became clear to me, however, was that children and families have tremendous resiliency and strength when given the tools to overcome those hurts and challenges. It was through these experiences that I began my interest and specialization in trauma and crisis.

In addition, I also regularly work with clients experiencing:
 
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Family Conflict
  • Self- Esteem Difficulties 

Philosophy
 
   My personal philosophy of counseling begins with my willingness to enter into an individual’s experience with them, with an open heart and mind to listen. I became a counselor because I have a heart for individuals who are hurt or struggling to find healing and wholeness in their lives.  

   I believe that finding healing and wholeness begins with addressing the whole person—mentally, physically, spiritually, and emotionally. Counseling is an opportunity for an individual to explore their struggles in a safe and confidential environment. As a counselor, I desire to establish a therapeutic relationship that encourages and supports my clients in discovering their unique self. Together, we can find approaches and solutions that complement and strengthen their individuality.
 


Richelle Stillwell Reaches

Grandview MO
Lee's Summit MO