Kari Fear, LMSW

Kari holds degrees in Psychology (B.A.) and Social Work (B.S.W.) from the University of South Dakota and a Masters in Social Work (M.S.W.) from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

She works with individuals ages 18 and older, including couples and families. Her areas of interest in treatment include trauma, crisis counseling, mood disorders (including anxiety, anger, & depression) military life, relationship issues, adoption (including grief & loss), attachment, and infertility issues.

Kari regularly seeks out clinical supervision and consultation from Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Workers, Doctoral Level Psychologists, Psychiatrists, and other experts in various professions and disciplines to stay abreast of current techniques and evidenced based practice. She is passionate about the healing that can be found in exploring each individual’s worldview & life’s experiences to understand how this affects and can lead to the healing process found in psychotherapy.

Kari approaches psychotherapy by utilizing a variety of theoretical approaches in her practice depending upon what the client has experienced up to this moment.

When Kari is not providing services she can be found participating in Bible Study, passionately cheering on the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes, spending time with her husband and daughters, or playing with her Golden Retriever.