Michelle Niehues, PLMFTJoshua Center for Neurological Disorders changing lives since 1996
Michelle Niehues started at the Joshua Center teaching social skills in 2015 before joining with Sumler Counseling as a therapist. She graduated from Friends University with a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Michelle previously worked in a private transitional school with children and young adults with neurodevelopmental, obsessive-compulsive, and conduct disorders, most of which were on the Autism Spectrum. While achieving her lifelong goal to become a therapist, her passion grew for working with those who had Autism/Asperger’s. She continued additional training at KU Medical and Research to become a qualified Autism Specialist. Prior to earning her graduate degree, she completed her undergraduate degree at Kansas State University with a Bachelors in Family Studies and Human Services with a minor in American Ethnic Studies. She has over 10 years of experience working with families and communities through non-profit organizations, human services, and in-home services.
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