Helping You Navigate Life
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Life is full of valleys, peaks, and everything in between. The only thing constant is change. The uncertainties of life can be intimidating, scary, and even costly however; it's through the womb of difficulty and adversity that new life can emerge.
Lead Therapist Allysa Hupko, LMSW
HELPING YOU TO NAVIGATE LIFE
We are a clinical therapeutic counseling center committed to providing quality mental health services for the entire family.
Our goal is to create a safe and respectable space for the self-discovery of strengths that promote healing and wholeness in every area of life.
We specialize in providing culturally compassionate services for the entire family that include:
Children and Adolescent
Self-esteem/ Domestic Violence
Life Skill Development and Training
Community education and engagement
We hope for clients, the community of faith, and professionals to be empowered to thrive together, supporting healing and wholeness in every area of life.
Whom We Serve- LIfeQuest is a bridge between faith-based communities, mental health service providers, and at-risk populations. We build bridges by providing holistic services rooted in Christian values.
Meet Allysa Hupko- Lead Therapist
LMSW (Licensed Mastered Social Worker)
As a mental health professional and pastor Allysa Hupko, Owner/Therapist is a licensed clinician with twenty-three years of experience in social services specializing in grief, trauma, and loss working with individuals, couples, groups, organizations, and families to live holistically. She has dedicated her professional and personal life to serve at-risk populations, those with emotional challenges, and those displaced in Wichita, KS, and surrounding areas.
Trauma Informed Care
Trauma impacts every area of development and functioning, including physical, mental, behavioral, and social. Trauma-informed care means treating a whole person, considering past trauma and the resulting coping mechanisms when attempting to understand behaviors and treat the patient.
"We must free ourselves of the hope that the sea will ever rest. We must learn to sail in high winds"