Rebecca Sandhaus, LSCSW

Rebecca Sandhaus is a licensed specialist clinical social worker who is returning to a private practice with Responsive Centers after over 20 years in the counseling departments of a middle school and then a high school with a local school district. She received both a Bachelors in Music Education and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Kansas and later completed 3 years of postgraduate training in Family Systems Therapy at the Menninger Institute.   

Rebecca works with a variety of presenting concerns including depression, anxiety, self regulation, parenting, grief and loss,  relationship conflicts and ADHD. She works with individuals, couples and families and has developed and facilitated numerous groups with adolescents and parents.   

Rebecca is married with two grown children. 



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