Michelle Niehues, PLMFT

Joshua Center for Neurological Disorders changing lives since 1996

Background

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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