Welcome to Mental Health Services
Our goal is to provide a safe, comfortable, and confidential environment where individuals, couples, families, and children can come to make positive changes in their lives. By employing a diverse group of experienced, well-trained, and trauma-informed mental health professionals, clients across the lifespan are assured they will receive the most current and productive therapeutic services possible.
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How do I know if I need Help?
We all experience periods of stress, grief, anxiety, and depression. However, when those feelings are prolonged, intense, and nothing you do seems to help, it might be time to see a professional. Other indicators that you or a family member might benefit from therapeutic services include:
- Trouble focusing in school or work or a decrease in work or school performance
- Loss of interest in activities or social connections that you previously enjoyed
- Problems in relationships with others or friendships
- Physical health problems resulting from stress or problems with eating, sleeping, or toileting (in children)
- Using negative things to cope with the emotions such as substance or self-harm
- Behavior outbursts or aggression in children
- Not being able to get a thought out of your mind or reliving a traumatic moment over and over
There are many other reasons to seek professional help. Please call our office at 563-445-0557 in Davenport or 563-263-0067 in Muscatine or Burlington for more information or to schedule an appointment. If you or a loved one are feeling suicidal, please call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
What Does it Cost?
We provide quality services to all members of the Quad City area regardless of race, gender, ethnicity or social economic status. We accept most insurance, private pay, Title XIX Iowa (Medicaid), Medicare, and have a sliding fee scale that is funded through United Way.
What Happens When I Call?
Phone callers will speak with an intake specialist who will need to obtain information about the prospective client, such as: name, address, phone number, and if you have insurance, the ID number. A person will also be asked what their reason for seeking help is and the intake specialist will pair you up with the best possible therapist to meet the prospective client's needs. To begin the process today, please contact our staff at (563) 445-0557 in Davenport or 563-263-0667 in Muscatine or Burlington to make an appointment.
Visit our Locations section to find the nearest location.
How Do I Get There?
801 Oregon Street
Muscatine, IA 52761
For services: 563-263-0067
2800 Eastern Avenue
Davenport, IA 52803
For services: 563-445-0557
For directions to our Davenport Office:
From Kimberly Road
Turn South onto Eastern Ave. Turn right at the second Family Resources entrance by the blue Family Resources sign. Follow the road around a small bend and the Counseling and Therapy Services building (refer to building H on campus map) is the first building on the left hand side.
From Locust Street
Turn North onto Eastern Ave. Turn left at the first Family Resources entrance by the blue Family Resources sign. Follow the road around a small bend and the Counseling and Therapy Services building (refer to building H on campus map) is the first building on the left hand side.
Client parking is available kitty corner from the Counseling and Therapy Services building, behind building I. Handicap accessible parking is located in the front of the Counseling and Therapy Services building.
Meet our Mental Health Staff
Susan Earp, LISW, RPT
Manager of Mental Health Services
Susan is a licensed Independent social Worker and Registered Play Therapist. Susan earned a Bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of Northern Iowa and a Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Iowa. Susan has experience working with children and adolescents with a wide range of emotional and behavioral difficulties. She specializes in the treatment of sexually aggressive youth as well in play therapy. Susan is trained in trauma informed care and is certified in Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) and Psychological First Aid . She is a member of the Association of Play Therapy (APT) and the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA).
Rose Almquist, LMSW
Rose received her Bachelor's of Arts degree in Social Work from Mount Mercy College and a Master's of Social Work from the University of Iowa. Rose has extensive experience working with children and families. Rose's clinical experience also includes providing counseling services for addictions, marital conflict, school difficulties, and mental health diagnoses.
Dave Bernstrom, LISW
Dave is a Licensed Independent Social Worker in the state of Iowa with nearly twenty years social service experience working with behaviorally and emotionally challenged adolescents and their families. Dave has gained his experience with this population across the spectrum of care including in-home, outpatient, day treatment and residential care. He holds undergraduate degrees in social work and psychology from Marycrest University and a Masters degree with clinical emphasis in social work from St Ambrose University. He has completed University of Wisconsinâs substance abuse certificate program and is working toward certification in co-occurring disorders. Dave has child welfare experience and is a certified child and family team facilitator in the state of Iowa.
Kelly A. Bitel, LISW
Kelly obtained her Bachelor of Social Work Degree from Marycrest University and her Master of Social Work Degree from the University of Illinois. Kelly is a Licensed Independent Social Worker in the state of Iowa. Kelly has over 20 years of experience in the field of social work. She has a strong background working with children and families in a variety of areas such as, but not limited to: in-home/foster care, adoption, domestic violence, rape/sexual assault and individual and group counseling for children and families who were victims of crime, ADHD, Play therapy, etc.
Nicole Cesar, LMSW
Nicole received a Bachelors of Science degree in Criminal Justice-Juvenile Justice from Kaplan College and is planning on starting the MSW program at the University of Iowa in August 2014. Nicole enjoys working with children and adolescents. She began her social work career working in residential care and has been a BHIS provider for over two years. Nicole has extensive training in childhood mental health, trauma informed care, and skill development.
Tammi White, LISW
Tammi is a Licensed Independent Social Worker. Tammi earned her Bachelorâs degree in Psychology from the University of Dubuque and Masterâs in Social Work from St. Ambrose University. Tammi has over 15 years of experience in Social Work providing therapy, counseling and case management services. Tammi specializes in working with victims and perpetrators of abuse as well as individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use issues. Tammiâs clinical experience also includes working with individuals and families in regards to substance abuse, homelessness, elder abuse and at-risk youth.
Sieg Hoppe, PhD.
Sieg was born and raised in Muscatine, Iowa to parents of German decent. He graduated from Muscatine High School, received his Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology, followed by his Masters Degree in Psychology and his PhD. in Clinical Psychology. Sieg attended the University of Iowa for his college degrees and received post-graduate dual degrees in Social Psychology and Clinical Psychology.
Sieg's training focused on health and psychology interactions as well as the effects of stress on psychological, neurological, and health outcomes. Sieg currently specializes in Cognitive-Behavioral treatments for depression, anxiety, and anger issues. He also has training in trauma therapy and enjoys volunteering as a Mental Health Disaster Relief worker for the Red Cross. Sieg currently focuses on the interactions between behavioral/psychological interventions and health outcomes.
Kate Lempke, LMHC
Kate obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Augustana College and her Masters Degree in Community/Agency Counseling from Western Illinois University. She also completed the school counseling Master's level program at WIU.
Kate Lempke is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (temporary) licensed to practice counseling in Iowa and Illinois. In addition, she is also certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC).
Kate's clinical experience includes outpatient settings, at risk adolescent group care settings, as well as inpatient substance abuse settings. counseling clients with emotional and behavioral issues and concerns. Kate specializes in working with adolescents with emotional and behavioral issues and concerns as well treating sexually aggressive youth.
Lynn Meincke, LISW
Lynn is a Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) with over 30 years of experience. She graduated from Iowa State University with a Bachelor degree in social work and a Minor in womenâs studies. Lynn received a Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Iowa.
Lynn works with clients throughout the lifespan and has helped people from the ages of 3 to over 85 with a wide variety of issues. Lynn has extensive experience with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and empowering victims of trauma; she also coaches parents with child discipline issues as well as provides play therapy for children. She enjoys providing counseling to those struggling with life changes, anxiety and anger issues.
To find if your family is eligible for Children's Mental Health Services please call: