Kareecia Thompson joined the Center for Counseling and Family Relationships in 2017. Kareecia earned her Master’s degree in Science in Family Therapy from Friends University located in Kansas in 2012. She received her License as a Marriage and Family Therapist-Associate in 2013. Kareecia’s past counseling experience includes working at a domestic violence shelter and owning a private practice. Kareecia also worked for over 10 years in Human Resources Management before pursuing her counseling career.
Kareecia’s aim is to help people see an expanded perspective of their life situations and gain tools to utilize in all areas of their lives. Kareecia also hopes that counseling brings the ability to enjoy life and celebrate personal growth through the transition to their various milestones.
Kareecia specializes in working with women experiencing life transitions, clients experiencing difficulty in the workplace, parents of children who have been sexually abused, and clients immigrating into a new culture. She also works with children, adults, and couples with issues regarding: anger management, anxiety, bullying, couples/marital issues, depression, domestic violence, grief/loss, parenting, trauma, and self-esteem.