Welcome to Amy Meek Family Therapy. Each of our clinicians are handpicked, and demonstrate a high degree of professionalism. We continue to receive significant referrals from patients, doctors, providers, schools, and other members of the community. We are pleased to be trusted for your needs.

What We Do

Start your journey here, and allow us the opportunity to process with you the adjustment or transition you are faced with. We can assist with coping skills, improving communication, insight, self-assertiveness, and the road to healing and personal growth. 


Mallory Baum, LCMFT


Hi I am Mallory, and I am excited to meet you! I am a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist who earned my degree in Family Therapy from Friends' University. My areas of focus include working with children, teens, and young adults. I specialize in utilizing Sandtray and Art Therapy, women issues, Divorce/Blended Family Dynamics, Mood Disorders, Anxiety and Depression, and Anger Management.



Myranda Conley, LPC


Hey, I am Myranda! I am originally from Texas, where I went to school at LeTourneau University and earned a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. I have experience working with children, families, and individuals with a variety of backgrounds and cultures. My areas of focus include but are not limited to: divorce/blended families, anxiety, depression, behavioral issues, addiction, grief, and life transitions. I have additional training in Prepare and Enrich, and when possible I would like to use a faith-based approach.


Kelci Fagan, LMSW


Hey, I am Kelci, and I earned my Masters degree from Washburn University in 2019 and my Bachelors Degree from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in 2017. My  experience includes working in child welfare, specifically focusing on adoption. I understand that therapy can be for any person, of any age and I would love to talk to children who are struggling with anxiety, school related issues or young adults transitioning into adulthood. My values are building trust, establishing healthy relationships and using humor to help my clients!


Cindy George, LCMFT, TF-CBT


Hello my name is Cindy. I went to Friends' University to receive my Masters in Family Therapy, and then become a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist. Areas that I have obtained further training include Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Sandtray Therapy. I work mainly with grief/loss, anxiety, parenting/family relationships, life transitions, and emotional struggles related to infertility/fertility/infant loss and pregnancy/postpartum.


Ashley Keefover, LPC


Hi I am Ashley! I have pursued a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wichita State University. I have a variety of experience working with children and families in foster care. My areas of interest are Depression, Anxiety, Stress Management, Attachment difficulties, Adoption, Self-regulation, Self-Worth, and PTSD. I look forward to having the opportunity  to learn and grow alongside my clients and assist them in working toward their desired goals. 



Amy Meek, LCMFT-S, RPT-S

Clinician/ Supervisor

Thank you for visiting my website and for considering our group to be your bridge to recovery for health and healing! I earned my Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friends University and am a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist. I received additional training in Sexual and Physical Abuse, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Autism and Spectrum Disorders, Grief management, Divorce/ Blended Family Dynamics, Anxiety and Depression, Self Regulation and Attachment difficulties, and Complex PTSD. I also am a registered Play Therapist Supervisor as well as a Clinical Board Supervisor. With these areas of specialty, I try to implement a Christ-centered viewpoint on healing and recovery.



Bailey Mitchell, LCMFT-S, CST

Clinician/ Operations Supervisor

Hello I’m Bailey, and I obtained my Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friends’ University. From there I went on to further my learning with additional training in Trauma- Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Couples Communications, and EMDR. I am a Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy and the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists. I enjoy working with all kinds of family systems including individuals, families, and couples with a variety of backgrounds, sexual orientation, ages and cultures. My areas of focus include, but are not limited to; sexual concerns, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, marital distress, behavioral issues, gender preference, LGBTQ+ issues, mood disorders, peer relationships, self esteem, addiction, trauma, and Complex PTSD.



Lyndi Stokes, LMSW 


Hi! I’m Lyndi and I studied at the University of Kansas where I obtained my Masters in Social Work. I have experience working with individuals on the Autism Spectrum, ADHD, Trauma, Grief and Loss, Behavior issues, School difficulties, Anxiety and Depression. I work with individuals as young as 3 through adulthood. I aim to help individuals reach their full potential by providing a compassionate and safe environment.



Aleesa Werbin

Admin Asst/ Child Life Graduate Student

Hey, my name is Aleesa! I graduated from The University of Kansas with a bachelor's degree in Psychology on a pre-med track. I am currently pursuing my Masters degree in Child Life Studies at Missouri State University. I work with children and families in the areas of emotional regulation & awareness, grief and bereavement support, preparation and managing adjustments and transitions for medical events, coping and stress support, and developmental support through the use of expressive art, child-led play, interactive activities and psychosocial support. I strive to work alongside children, youth and families of all ages, gender, culture and race to promote healing, growth, confidence, resilience, and relationships founded on trust. 



Erica Turney



Psychotherapy has both benefits and risks. Risks sometimes include experiencing uncomfortable feelings, such as sadness, guilt, anxiety, anger, frustration, loneliness and helplessness. Psychotherapy often requires discussing unpleasant aspects of your life. However, psychotherapy has been shown to have benefits for individuals who undertake it.

Therapy often leads to a significant reduction in feelings of distress, increased satisfaction in interpersonal relationships, greater personal awareness and insight, increased skills for managing stress, and resolutions to specific problems. But, there are no guarantees about what will happen.

Psychotherapy requires a very active effort on your part. In order to be most successful, you will have to work on things that we discuss outside of sessions.

Therapists utilize a variety of approaches depending on your needs. Some of these approaches include:

  • Cognitive Behavioral
  • Solution Focused
  • Bowen
  • Psychoanalytic
  • Play Therapy
  • Filial Therapy
  • Behavior Modification
  • Structural, Strategic
  • Psychoeducational