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Archive for September 2010

Neace selected for NMT Individual Training Certification program

Newton, Kan. – Lois Neace, LSCSW, has been selected as one of 15 professionals internationally for The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) Individual Training Certification program. Neace, a child and family therapist, has been a Prairie View staff member since August 2009. She provides services at the Prairie View at Legacy Park and Reflection Ridge…

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Prairie View to explore brain trauma at upcoming conference

Newton, Kan. – To increase understanding of how brain trauma occurs over a lifetime, Prairie View will sponsor a two-day conference, “What’s Happening to Kids and War Veterans in Kansas?: Brain Trauma Over the Lifetime,” on Oct. 28 and 29 in McPherson and Hutchinson, respectively. Tim Feeney, PhD will be the featured speaker. His knowledge…

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Pearson receives AASECT therapist certification

Newton, Kan. – Rachel Pearson, PhD, LMFT, recently received certification from the American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). Pearson has provided therapy services for sexually related issues through Prairie View’s Center for Sexual Health since July 2008. “Dr. Pearson is an extremely valuable member of the Center for Sexual Health staff. She…

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Westfahl-Meier joins Prairie View clinical staff

Newton, Kan. – Prairie View is pleased to announce the addition of Terrie Westfahl-Meier, MSN, ARNP, to its clinical staff. She will provide psychiatric assessment and medication management primarily for children, adolescents and adults. Westfahl-Meier brings an extensive array of experience in behavioral and mental healthcare to Prairie View. She has served as a Psychiatric…

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