“…helping them live more vibrant, meaningful, and purposeful lives.”
As committed professionals, we value participating in education, training and consultation as ways of growing both professionally and personally, so that our clients receive the best possible care.
During this time of staying at home, we remain committed to providing the best possible care for you, our client. Each of re:Vive’s providers are offering telehealth sessions with HIPAA compliant platforms. It is our privilege to support you during this challenging time.
Danna Dahl, MA, LCMFT, LCPC
Danna earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Master of Arts in Counseling, and Certification in Play Therapy from MidAmerica Nazarene University. She works with clients ages 14 and older in individual, couple, and family contexts. Her areas of practice include concerns such as depression, anxiety, life transitions, grief and loss, adjustment difficulties, parent-child relationships, and identity development. When not at work, Danna enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons, hanging out with and investing in high schoolers from her church, road-trips and motorcycle rides, photography and scrapbooking, playing the piano, and Sunday lunches with her extended family.
Rebecca Flurer, MA, LCPC, SATP-C
Rebecca earned her BS in Education from Indiana University of PA and graduated from MidAmerica Nazarene University with a Master of Arts in Counseling. She also earned her Sexual Addiction Treatment Provider Certification from MNU. Becky’s practice focuses on anxiety, trauma, betrayal trauma, identity development, relational conflict, sexual addiction, and intimacy disorders and concerns. She works with individuals, couples, and families, and has a special emphasis in working with partners of sexual addicts and has a therapy group for partners in recovery. Becky’s passion is helping people in the process of self-discovery and growth. She believes that process begins with accepting the fact that growth often comes with discomfort.
Dee Hudgens, RN, MSW, LSCSW
Dee earned her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Webster University and a Master’s degree in Social Welfare from the University of Kansas. Her private practice includes adolescents and adults in individual, couple, and family contexts. She works with a variety of presenting concerns including blended family challenges, domestic violence, and trauma. In her free time, Dee enjoys hanging out with family, reading, crocheting, and playing with her cats, Felix and Charlie.
Tom Page, MA, LPC
Tom enjoys the science and art of counseling, utilizing both pragmatic and creative approaches to help clients accomplish their goals. In addition, he has completed specialized training in the treatment of sexual addictions. In his practice, Tom helps clients address many different challenges, including depression, anxiety, lack of direction, poor self-confidence, spirituality, parent-teen relational issues, and sexual addiction recovery. He also conducts sexual addiction recovery groups for men. He has a Bachelor of Arts in English Creative Writing from the University of Kansas, and a Master of Arts in Counseling from MidAmerica Nazarene University.
Rebecca Sawan, MA, LCPC
Rebecca earned a Bachelor of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Liberty University, and a Master of Arts in Counseling from MidAmerica Nazarene University. She also has specialized training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Rebecca’s areas of practice include issues related to spirituality, trauma, anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, affair recovery, blended families, self-awareness, loss and grief, and life transitions. She works with individuals, couples, and families, with a primary focus on adults of any age or life stage. When not at work, Rebecca loves going on adventures with her three children. She also enjoys almost anything creative, from gardening to home improvement to jewelry making.
Todd Bowman, Ph.D., LCPC
Dr. Todd Bowman received his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Oklahoma State University in 2008 and has been practicing professional counseling since that time. In 2011, he developed the Sexual Addiction Treatment Provider program at MidAmerica Nazarene University for mental health professionals. Dr. Bowman’s primary focus of counseling is assisting individuals with sexual addiction and attachment related concerns and he has specialized training in stress management, anxiety reduction, and other affective regulation methods, as well as psychological assessment. He operates from a relational-existential perspective in his work, and regularly incorporates attachment, developmental, and neurobiological perspectives as appropriate. Dr. Bowman facilitates a number of intensive workshops, including marriage enrichment, family of origin reprocessing, sexual addiction recovery, betrayal trauma recovery, and more. He continues to write and present nationally and internationally on topics related to sexual health and sexually addictive behavior, including the publication of his first book, Angry Birds & Killer Bees: Talking to Your Kids About Sex (Beacon Hill Press, 2013), with Reclaiming Sexual Wholeness: An Integrative Christian Approach
Dr. Bowman sees clients at 12710 S Pflumm Rd, Suite 204, Olathe, KS 66062
Roy Rotz, Ph.D., LCMFT, LCPC
Dr. Roy earned his Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friends University and his Doctorate in Family Life Education from Kansas State University. He works with clients age 8 and older in individual, couple and family situations. His area of clinical expertise includes treating mood disorders such as anxiety and depression, marital distress, and difficult parent-child relationships. He has a particular interest in working with people of all ages who have struggled with trauma. Away from the office, Dr. Roy enjoys reading, traveling with his wife. He is a fanatic about the Kansas City Chiefs and enjoys following other sports teams as well.
Brieanna Claassen, MA, LPC, CPT
Brieanna earned a Master of Arts in Counseling and Certification in Play Therapy from MidAmerica Nazarene University. She works with a variety of clients as individuals, families, couples, and children ages 3 and older. Her treatment approach utilizes attachment relationships and family systems to promote healing. By processing emotions and experiences, she equips her clients with new emotional and relational intelligence to change negative patterns and realize their potential. In treatment, Brieanna focuses on relational concerns such as marital problems, parent-child relationship issues, and attachment issues, as well as individual concerns such as depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, infertility, chronic pain and illness, and low self-esteem. Outside of work, Brieanna enjoys reading, writing, painting, and spending time with her husband and son.
Gabriella Boeger, MS, LMFT
Gabriella earned her Bachelor of Science in Family Studies and Human Services from Kansas State University and her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Purdue University Northwest. She provides systemic and holistic therapy that includes individual, couple, and family counseling. Some of her areas of expertise include self-esteem, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, gender and sexuality, relationship distress, and grief. She also offers premarital therapy and addresses other family concerns such as divorce, co-parenting, and child behavior. She has a particular interest in mindfulness and holistic health. Gabriella is a trauma-informed therapist. She celebrates diversity and welcomes clients of all cultural backgrounds and identities. Her clinical style is warm, collaborative, and accepting. Gabriella is a certified yoga instructor and spends most of her free time teaching and practicing yoga. She also enjoys hiking, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.
Drew Ryan, MA, LCPC
Drew Ryan received his Master of Arts in Counseling from Mid America Nazarene University in 2011. Since that time, he has focused on providing treatment from trauma to individuals, couples and families. He specializes in working with children and adolescents ages 8 and older recover from developmental childhood trauma. He has a particular interest in helping foster and adoptive parents strengthen their relationship with their child and utilizes an attachment focused family therapy model called Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, otherwise known as DDP. He also works with adults who experience trauma and stressor related disorders, anxiety, depression, addiction, grief and loss, anger issues, impulse control, and relationship distress. Outside of the office, he enjoys spending time outdoors camping, backpacking and trail-running.
Drew sees clients at 12710 S Pflumm Rd, Suite 207, Olathe, KS 66062.