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Archive for August 2012

Health Ministries Clinic announces two additions to board of directors

Newton, Kan. – Kymm McCleary and Denise Rhoades, both of Newton, have been elected to the Health Ministries Clinic Board of Directors. McCleary is employed as a Communications Specialist with LifeTeam Air Ambulance, and is the mother of five children. She volunteers with St. Mary Catholic Church, The Red Cross and the Butler County C.E.R.T.…

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Barfield joins Prairie View staff

Newton, Kan. – Prairie View is pleased to announce the addition of Amy Barfield, LP, to its clinical staff. Her treatment specialties include anxiety, depression, stress reduction, marital issues, gender issues, OCD, psychological testing, behavior problems, ADHD, bereavement, PTSD, spiritual issues and identity issues. “I have always enjoyed working with people from all walks of…

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Wachlarowicz joins Prairie View staff

Newton, Kan. – Prairie View is pleased to announce the addition ofMarissa Wachlarowicz, PhD, LMLP, to its clinical staff. Wachlarowicz will work with children and adolescents ages 18 and younger. Her treatment specialties include individual and family therapy for childhood disorders, parent-child interaction therapy, oppositional defiant/conduct disorders, AD/HD, sexual behavior problems, trauma and abuse, developmental and psychological…

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Huxman joins Prairie View staff

Newton, Kan. – Prairie View is pleased to announce the addition of Tiffany Huxman, APRN, to its nursing staff. “I have previously worked at Prairie View, and feel that Prairie View has a good mission,” she said. “I have found long lasting friendships and professional relationships at Prairie View and feel that there is truly…

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Schreiner named Director of Community Based Services

Newton, Kan. – Prairie View is pleased to announce the addition of Jennifer Schreiner, LMLP, as Director of Community Based Services. “I am excited to be a part of such a team that cares about their clients and works hard to help them improve their quality of life,” she said. As Director of Community Based…

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McDonald joins Prairie View staff

Newton, Kan. – Prairie View is pleased to announce the addition of David McDonald, T-LMLP, to its clinical staff as temporary licensed masters level psychologist. He will work with individuals from ages 6 to 12 and 18 to 64. “I was very impressed by Prairie View’s longstanding, firm commitment to caring for people,” he said.…

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Marvin joins Prairie View staff

Marvin joins Prairie View staff. Prairie View is pleased to announce the addition of Christina Marvin, T-LMLP, to its clinical staff as a temporary licensed masters level psychologist. Marvin will work with individuals from ages 6 to 64. Her treatment specialties include: psychological assessment of children, adolescents and adults; individual and behavioral parent training for…

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