Antigone Means, LP is an outpatient therapist located in Iola and Yates Center, KS. She has predoctoral assistantship experience at Bannock Youth House, Idaho State University Assessment and Therapy Clinic, from the University of Mississippi Psychological Assessment and Therapy Clinic, Baptist Children’s Village, and the North Mississippi Regional Center. Antigone completed her predoctoral internship at Arkansas State Hospital, including rotations in community mental health, forensic assessment, adolescent sex offender treatment, and adult/child individual and group therapy. She has been employed at SEKMHC since 2000. Her experience is with children and adults which includes anxiety and panic disorders, depression, marriage and family issues, reactive attachment/adoption issues, parenting, stress management, anger management and personality disorders. Antigone received her Associates Degree from Sacramento City College in 1986; Bachelor’s Degree from California State Polytechnic University in 1991; Master’s Degree from Idaho State University, Pocatello in 1995; Predoctoral Internship, Arkansas State Hospital – 1999/2000 and Doctorate Degree from the University of Mississippi in 2002.
Heather McClendon, ARNP is a Nurse Practitioner located in our Yates Center, KS office but serves multiple other offices via telehealth. Heather graduated from Waldon University with a Master of Science degree in nursing, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Her experience includes clinical work at South Central Mental Health Center/Sumner County MH and Flint Hills Community Health Center. Her professional experience includes employment as a House Supervisor- PCCU, for the Oklahoma Heart Hospital in Oklahoma City, OK.
Sarah Henderson-Hodges, LMSW is an outpatient therapist located in Yates Center as a school-based therapist. She worked as a crisis clinician at Family Service and Guidance Center, serving children and families. Sarah worked as a Clinical Social Worker on the Senior Behavioral Health Unit at Fredonia Regional Hospital. Her practicum experience consisted of serving children and teens in a group home. Sarah’s second practicum experience was at the Veteran Affairs in Topeka in the Mental Health Intensive Case Management (MHICM) program. Her education was received from Washburn University/Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) and Washburn University/Master Social Work. She is currently working toward furthering her clinical licensure as a Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker (LSCSW).
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