Jolee V. Eckert, MA, LCP is the Director of Clinical Services for Florence Crittenton Services. She has served children, adults, and families by providing support, education and mental health treatment for the past 20 years. Jolee joined the Florence Crittenton Team in 2011, at which time she assisted with the development of our Outpatient Clinic. She received her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from Washburn University and is practicing as a Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist (LCP). Jolee is specialized in the areas of attachment and trauma but she also successfully treats mood, anxiety, behavioral, and personality disorders. Her clinical background includes training in Interpersonal, Cognitive–Behavioral and Brief/Solution Focused therapies; however, her most recent areas of study have been in EMDR, DBT, and Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy. Jolee has a passion for the learning process and provides trauma informed clinical supervision to the therapists in our Inpatient and Outpatient programs, as well as to Masters Level Psychology students. She also assists with agency growth and development as a member of our Leadership Team.
Deborah Agnew, MS, APRN is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner for the residential and outpatient programs at Florence Crittenton. Deb has 35 years clinical experience in mental health; working with children, families and adults. Deb has worked in a variety of settings including both inpatient and outpatient. Deb received her Masters degree in psychiatric nursing from the University of Kansas. Deb has been with the Florence Crittenton team since 2009. In her time outside of Florence Crittenten, Deb teaches as an Assistant Professor at Baker University School of Nursing.
Catherine Craig, LSCSW, has been a therapist with Florence Crittenton since 2014. She has her Masters in Social Welfare. She is also a certified yoga instructor and is currently pursuing training to become a Yoga Therapist. She loves working at Florence Crittenton where the emphasis is on the whole person and where a wide variety of treatment approaches is encouraged. She believes in the mind body connection and uses mindfulness, laughter, curiosity, and compassion to support the resilience and power of the human spirit. She has training in EMDR, mindfulness, trauma and attachment, grief and loss, and meditation. She enjoys supervising social work students and being a life-long learner herself.
Sarah Craig , LSCSW, joined the Florence Crittenton team in 2018. She received her Masters in Social Welfare from the University of Kansas in 1996 and completed her Clinical License in 2019. She started her social work journey at Menninger Childrens Hospital, working with teens and adults in both the inpatient and outpatient setting. She received her yoga teacher training in 2019 and uses breathwork and yoga poses to assist clients in managing depression, anxiety and childhood trauma. Other training includes: Trauma and attachment, Grief and loss, DDP and Motivational Interviewing.
Chloe Rogers, LMSW, she has collaborated with children, families, and adults with their mental health needs since 2014. She first joined the Florence Crittenton team in 2017 as a clinical intern while she completed her Masters Degree in Social Work at Washburn University. Upon receiving her LMSW, she joined the clinical team and provides individual, family, and group therapy to our inpatient and outpatient clients. While In the process of obtaining her clinical licensure she has developed specialty in the areas of trauma and attachment and utilizes the following models: EMDR (certified), Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, DBT, solution focused, and interpersonal therapy. She uses her interpersonal approach to nurture lasting relationships within the family and to aid in resiliency building.