“YOU MUST BE THE CHANGE YOU WISH TO SEE IN THE WORLD.” – Mahatma Gandhi
Andover Family Counseling was founded by a married couple, Brice and Lindsay Sanner. We are rooted in the community of Andover and part of the Andover Chamber of Commerce. We are excited to begin walking the journey of life together with you. Our hope is to help you face whatever you are struggling with, and help you live your life to the fullest. It is an honor to walk this journey with you. Please reach out to us with any questions you may have about our therapy services.
Lindsay Sanner, LSCSW, RPT
Lindsay is a licensed specialist clinical social worker and registered play therapist. She received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Kansas. Lindsay assists people with a variety of issues, including trauma, grief and loss, adjustment, anxiety, depression, PTSD, parenting skills, sexual abuse, physical abuse, anger management and aging. She has experience working with all ages: toddlers to the elderly, and everyone in between. Lindsay believes therapy is a unique experience for each person, so she provides an individualized therapeutic approach to meet each client’s specific needs.
Lindsay’s previous experience includes running an after-school program in inner city Kansas City; social work in the child welfare system; working in a low-income senior citizens’ home; and providing therapy at a community mental health center.
Lindsay was previously a member of the Board of Directors for the Sunlight Children’s Advocacy and Rights Foundation, is currently a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and the Kansas Association for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (KAIMH).
Lindsay sees first-hand how incredibly resilient people are, but knows that life and relationships can sometimes be tricky to navigate. She is passionate about helping people navigate those tricky situations. As a therapist, she works with her clients to help them gain insight and move forward in life.
Contact Lindsay to schedule an appointment.
Brice Sanner, LMFT
“I have found that everyone could use the support and guidance of a family-focused therapist who can help weather the storm.”Brice Sanner, LMFT
Brice is excited to own a business with his best friend and wife, Lindsay. While Brice enjoys working with many different populations, he is guided by compassion and science to gain a deeper understanding of emotions and the human brain. He comes from the thought that YOU are the expert on YOUR life. Your thoughts, feelings, sensations, experiences-they are all unique to you. So if you are looking for a sense of direction, relief, and overall happiness, it is important to explore all aspects of yourself to gain a better understanding.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with Brice, please contact Courtney. At this time, Brice is accepting Aetna Commercial, ProvDRs Care, United Medicaid, Aetna Better Health, Medica, Ambetter, and Self-Pay clients. Please reach out to Courtney for information regarding discounted Self-Pay rates.
Brice has a unique story that has shaped his journey to becoming a therapist. Brice was in the banking industry for nearly a decade when he felt a desire to give back to his community. His background demonstrates his passion for helping people: Before entering the MFT program, he spent a summer in Jacksonville, Florida doing beach evangelism; he assisted at an inner city Church with upwards of 150 youth and only 20 adults in attendance; he has also coached and mentored an inner city youth softball league. Brice is excited to continue to support the community of Andover. Brice is an alumnus of Leadership Butler.
While Brice isn’t spending time around Andover Family Counseling, you can find him at his son’s baseball or soccer games in Andover, attending Andover Chamber of Commerce events, taking his daughter to story time at the Andover Public Library, or dreaming of catching trout in Colorado. Please feel free to reach out to Brice if you have any questions.
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Caitlin Mauk, LMSW
Caitlin is a licensed master’s level social worker, born and raised in the Wichita area. She received both her bachelor’s and master’s degree in social work from Wichita State University. Caitlin has worked with people of all ages; from children and families to elderly clients through end of life. She is experienced with strained family dynamics, anxiety, depression, caregiver burnout and grief. Outside of Andover Family Counseling, she enjoys spending time with her family and spoiling her dog. Caitlin believes you can start fresh at any time or age in life and seeking therapy services is a great way to do so. She is excited to work with you and help you achieve your goals.
Caitlin is currently accepting BCBS, self-pay clients, and ProviDRs Care.
Caitlin is an Independent Contract at Andover Family Counseling.
Amy Schreffler, LCMFT, LMAC
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” – Maya Angelou
Amy believes that each person’s story is unique and beautiful. She is here to help you tell yours. Amy is a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Masters Addictions Counselor. She specializes in helping people heal from addictions, codependency, trauma, depression, anxiety, grief and loss. She also works with those who need help navigating relationships, parenting, spirituality or who would just like additional coping skills.
Amy received her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friends University in 2008 and was licensed as an Addictions Counselor in 2011. She is a member of the Delta Kappa International Honor Society and the National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors.
Amy came to Andover Family Counseling from EMPAC Employee Assistance Program, where she was a clinician providing counseling services for individuals and families for 7 years. Previously, Amy served as the family therapist at the Prairie View Addictions Treatment Center, leading substance abuse treatment program groups and providing clinical services in the inpatient psychiatric unit.
Amy enjoys working with people from diverse backgrounds, cultural experiences and orientations. She believes that sharing our stories in a place of safety and hope can bring about growth, peace, and renewal.