Claudine Miller, LPC
I specialize in helping people transform and thrive during change. Whether change is occurring to you (by happenstance or by design) or you are recognizing the need to create change in your life, I would love to help you create the life you desire. My primary focus is on helping others transform and create joy in their lives.
The central idea in my approach is that people are not “broken”. Everyone makes the best choices they can, based on their experiences and life situation. However, over time those choices and the resulting coping mechanisms may hold you back from growing and reaching your goals.
I am a seasoned therapist with almost 20 years of experience in the field of psychology. I have worked with individuals, couples, families, and groups in a variety of clinical settings in both mental health and substance abuse treatment.
I moved to Saint Louis in 2008 and spend my free time reading, creating art, biking, and dancing as often as possible.
To learn more about Claudine, please visit her website. To set up an an appointment, call 314-780-8328.
Grant Ellis, LPC
Grant has a diversity of experience counseling individuals, groups and couples as well as police, firefighters, paramedics and the families that love and care about them. Grant’s style of therapy revolves around building an environment of trust, support, and safety, providing a nonjudgmental outlet for his clients to tell their stories and feel heard and understood. Using a solution-focused orientation, clients quickly begin to notice positive changes in their lives and in their relationships with family, friends, and partners.
Grant worked as a paramedic for 22 years before returning to school to pursue a Masters degree in counseling. Recently, Grant has taken on a new chapter in his professional life and joined Chrysalis Healing Collaborative in Webster Groves.
To learn more about Grant, please visit his website. To set up an appointment, call 314-898-5538.
Lori Oge, LPC
I am a Licensed Professional Christian Counselor (LPC). I work with people who struggle with depression, stress and/or anxiety. Everyone has a story. As a caregiver, I deliver authentic care, understanding, compassion, and hope to those who come to me for help. I have personal knowledge with a multitude of life experiences which benefit my clients in a way that aids in the understanding of their problems and of themselves. I received my master’s degree in 2010 in counseling as well as my bachelor’s degree in 2007 in psychology from Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. In 1984 I received an associate’s degree in graphic illustration which has helped me develop an individual talk therapy that incorporates the use of the creative arts.
I have three years’ experience as a substance abuse counselor. I also specialize in working with women experiencing Perinatal or Postpartum Depression; Military Personnel, Veterans, and their Families, as well as Law Enforcement and Firefighters suffering from Depression, Stress and/or Anxiety or Relationship issues. Other issues I work with on a steady basis include: grief and loss, codependency, self-worth and approval, and emotional abuse among other issues.
Everyone is unique in their needs. My approach is one that focuses on finding the key to unlocking the mystery of each client’s difficulties in order to help place them on the road to recovery. To learn more about Lori, please visit her website.
Edie Rasmussen, LPC
As a former academic counselor, case worker in social services, and higher education instructor, Edie brings a breadth of experience to the counseling relationship whether working with clients seeking career counseling, needing help with stress management, or clients needing assistance with problem-solving. She uses evidence-based interventions that are proven to work and lets the client drive sessions to customize treatment to each individual’s needs.
Edie has worked with a variety of clients from diverse backgrounds including heart patients and clients dealing with chronic/serious illnesses, adjustment issues, and grief for the past 3 years. She uses evidence-based interventions that are proven to work and let the client drive sessions to customize treatment to each individual’s needs.
To learn more about Edie, please visit her website. To set up an an appointment, call 405-208-1279.