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Ron Eberline, LMSW

Mental Health Therapist

Practicing since 1988

Client Population: Ages 4+

Training & Education:

- Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology (Pittsburg State University)

- Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Truman State University)

- Trained in ASIST Suicide Prevention

- Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional

​- Trained in Trauma Informed Care

Areas of Focus:

- Behavioral Health Integrative Therapy (BHIS)

- In Home Family Therapy (IHFT)

- Functional Family Therapy & Family System's therapy

- Developmental Disabilities

- Effective parenting and childhood disorders

- Anxiety, Depression, Suicide Prevention

- Trauma, PTSD

- Grief & Loss

- Juvenile Delinquency

- Marital Conflict

Approach to Therapy:

“I treat others as I would want to be treated myself. I accept people for who they are, help them live up to who they want to be, and help them achieve their goals. I treat my clients with respect. I know they know the answers to their problems themselves, but sometimes people may just need some help finding those answers. It is an honor and privilege to help those who come to me.”

What makes you different from other therapists?

“I try to make people feel at ease and often I use humor and modeling. I'm not afraid to offer insight from my own life as help for others. I can meet people where they are, I do not judge, and typically don't read reports that accompany our clients before having met them. I can speak the language of clients and easily put myself into their shoes.”

Ron Eberline, LMSW
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