Therapists & Psychotherapists

Gavett Burch, MA, LMFT
3911 Main Street
Kansas City, M0 64111
Phone: (816) 834-9494

Counseling services for: Individuals, couples, families, groups, and organizations.

My passion is your relief, healing, comfort, self-confidence, personal growth, and happiness. We will work together to accomplish this as I support you through finding and healing your wounded places, easing relationship struggles, improving your communication experiences, creating healthier, more satisfying boundaries, making tough decisions, adjusting to difficult life changes, identifying and setting goals, parenting/co-parenting challenges, blended/step-family issues, caring for your loved ones, getting life, love, responsibilities and relationships in balance.

Community Counseling & Assessment Services (CCAS)
UMKC School of Education
Suite 212
615 E. 52nd Street
Kansas City, MO 64110
Phone (816) 235-2725

Julie Kohlhart, Ph.D.
Community Counseling and Assessment Services Director

UMKC Community Counseling and Assessment Services (CCAS) is committed to providing a variety of affordable counseling and assessment services to the Greater Kansas City Community. Our counselors combine education, research, and a sincere passion for their work to help you meet your goals and potential. Through counseling, CCAS strives to assist each client in an individual and personal way. By offering full-service counseling options, each unique challenge is met with care and consideration.

CCAS believes that everyone should be able to afford counseling and assessment services. Our service fees are determined using a sliding scale fee structure based on income and the number of dependents. For more information about our sliding scale fee structure and services, please see our Services page or contact the CCAS Office at 816-235-2725.

LGBT-Affirmative Therapists Guild of Kansas City
Find a Psychotherapist

The LGBT-Affirmative Therapists Guild of Kansas City is a community-based, grassroots organization of licensed mental and medical healthcare professionals, as well as students-in-training.  We share a collaborative commitment to make affirming culturally competent healthcare available for all sexual and gender minorities based on the premise that LGBT and heterosexual identities are equally valid.