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Paige Threlkeld, LMSW

Paige Threlkeld has been a Licensed Masters Social Worker since 2015. While studying at the University of Kansas, Paige received her clinical training at Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas and Heartland Community Health Center in Lawrence, KS.

Since graduating, Paige worked in the child welfare field as a therapist and a supervisor, providing individual and family therapy, helping prevent the removal of children from the home. Paige currently works at an alternative high school as the social worker working with adolescents on anxiety, depression, trauma, truancy, grief and loss, substance use, LGBTQ+ issues, and family dynamics. Paige uses solution-focused, person-centered approaches to work with clients in achieving their goals.

Paige enjoys spending time outside gardening, taking her dog on a walk, and loves doing art.

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Responsive Centers for Psychology and Learning
7501 College Blvd, Suite 250
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