About

Gina Behm, LPC

After receiving my undergraduate degree in Psychology & Communication from Rockhurst University, I went on to complete my Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling at the University of Missouri - Kansas City. During my graduate program, I worked in community, facility and private practice settings with a multitude of diverse clientele. I mastered multiple modes of therapy, working with both individuals and leading groups. Upon graduating, I accepted the position of Program Director at Thalia House, a transitional living home for women with Eating Disorders, where I spent two years running the Intensive Outpatient Program, providing daily care for clients, and interacting with each clients' individualized multidisciplinary team with the intention of moving towards full, lasting recovery. I have also been providing outpatient treatment in my private practice work since 2018. My office is located in Overland Park, Kansas, where I work with adults, individuals & couples in overcoming a variety of life issues such as anxiety, stress, grief, life transitions and much more.

Throughout my years providing therapy, I have found great value in learning a clients story through their own words. In working with me, you will learn to own your story, find your inner strength, and identify practical tools to create effective solutions to the problems you face in life. 

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My Space

My office is located in Overland Park, KS at the intersection of College & Antioch. Easily accessible from highways 435 & 69, and a short drive from both Corporate Woods & Johnson County Community College. The suite is handicap accessible and includes a relaxing, private waiting area equipped with coffee, water & other amenities. While working on your goals in my office, you are able to relax in a cozy, modern decor office space designed to generate safety & creativity.

8645 College Blvd., Suite 125, Overland Park, KS 66210

‪913.735.9527‬

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