Lisa Bellecci-St. Romain is a Christian clinical social worker in private practice, with trauma training in EMDR, dissociative disorders and somatic experience. She taught Psychology for 11 years at Baker University SPGS, and for 6 years at a local alternative high school. She earned a master’s in pastoral theology in 2009 and has published on a variety of topics over the decades. She and her husband have three grown children, all married, with five grandchildren. In her spare time, Lisa travels to visit her family, enjoys creating art and admires nature with her husband.

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Dr. Jeff Davis is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. He is an advanced fellow in regenerative and functional medicine through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. He completed his residency in Family Medicine through University of Kansas at Via Christi Hospital in Wichita, KS and earned his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. He holds a bachelor of arts and masters of clinical gerontology from Baylor University.

Dioane Gates, a Wichita native, is a frequent speaker at training events for law enforcement officers and first responders, local business and faith-based communities. He has worked for the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office since 2001. He is also a local business owner and founding pastor of Mending Place. Dioane is a graduate of Wichita State University with a BA in Business. He has been married to his wife, Heather, since 1997. They have three children Isaiah, Elijah and Malone.

Mika Gross, M.S., is founder and owner of The Parent’s Place. Mika has degrees in Psychology and Family Therapy and is a 25 year professional in the fields of child and adolescent services, family therapy and education, program development and marketing, and business operations. She is an active volunteer in the Wichita community. Mika facilitates parenting classes and small group sessions, child development education, and one-on-one private consultation and education. She is an Independent Facilitator of Love and Logic® parenting programs and incorporates her expertise in child development, brain development and family systems principles into all of her services.

Jana Hinz is a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Masters Addiction Counselor, and Tobacco Treatment Specialist. She has extensive experience working with individuals and families struggling with active addiction and supporting them as they move into early and sustained recovery.  Jana uses brain-based strategies to provide education, support and hope for anyone wanting to make an intentional shift in their life story. She provides therapy, consulting and training from a brain-based, trauma informed, systems perspective for a variety of agencies and treatment settings. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Friends University in the Marriage and Family Therapy program and maintains a small private practice in Wichita.

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Mark Oelze has a Master’s in Biblical Counseling. He has been a marriage and family counselor and communicator in Wichita for over 30 years. He authored The PLEDGE of a Lifetime – Her Hope for Connection and His Guide Through Conflict. Mark is also the creator of PLEDGEtalk, a user’s manual for healthy communication and step-by-step guide to process conflict. Mark and the entire Oelze family are passionate about teaching.

Erin Osbeck is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and has been serving the community of Wichita for the past 15 years providing counseling and coaching to individuals, couples and families. She is a certified sex therapist and specializes in helping individuals and couples who struggle with sexual dysfunction, affair recovery and marital conflict. Additionally, Erin is certified in the Enneagram Spectrum of Personality Styles and uses this to help people understand their core fears, motivations and need and how these impact relationships and businesses.

Risa Rehmert is the Director of Program Development at the Wichita State University Center for Combating Human Trafficking (CCHT). Prior to joining CCHT, Risa was at a local children’s shelter and managing services for runaway, homeless and street youth for 23 years—coordinating the Street Outreach, Youth Drop-In, Basic Center and Safe Place programs. Risa serves on the RHYTTAC Advisory Board. She is identified as a Subject Matter Expert for RHYTTAC and has provided trainings at the national, state and local level.

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Christy Schunn is the Executive Director of the Kansas Infant Death and SIDS Network. Christy is licensed by the state of Kansas as a Clinical Social Worker. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, The International Society for the Study and Prevention of Perinatal and Infant Death and the Association of Death Educators and Counselors. She served as co-chair of the Sedgwick County Maternal Infant Health Coalition and serves on the Kansas Maternal Child Health Council and various boards. She has special interest in the aspects of grief and loss particularly related to parental bereavement. She has worked with bereft patients and families as a hospital and hospice social worker and within the foster care setting. She currently provides counseling to those affected by infant death and conducts professional development training for health care providers to reduce infant mortality.

Dr. James Seberger is the Medical Director and co-founder of Performance Health, PA, and LLC. He has a clinical practice in Wichita, KS, where Performance Health is based. Dr. Seberger has a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Nebraska, Medical Center, after which he completed his M.D. in 2003. He finished his internship and residency in Family Medicine at the Via Christi Family Medicine Program in 2006. Dr. Seberger started his private practice in 2012, with a special interest in cognitive medicine. He has found that by treating cognitive dysfunction in both a medical and complementary medicine approach that much of the chronic disease which people have improves, including memory decline.

Veronica Seberger is an RN, BSN, BCN and graduated from the University of San Francisco, California. She is board certified in Neurofeedback. She worked as a trauma nurse at UC Davis and worked with the homeless population in the Tenderloin District in public health nursing in San Francisco, California. She has lived in Wichita since 2004. Her passion is helping kids and adults from all walks of life, fitness, community, and above all, her kids. She is currently working towards expanding the services and programs she can offer and is almost finished with her integrated nutrition courses.

Jana Snyder Having watched diabetes and Alzheimer’s slowly steal her mom over nine long years makes health a very personal topic for Jana. Her background in advertising made her an avid researcher, and she’s spent more than 10 years digging for the truth about food and health, learning lessons, then living them out to see what works and what doesn’t. As a result, she’s become laser-focused on how food affects our health, ministry, and loved ones. Now it’s her passion to inspire and equip others to wholeheartedly pursue their best health, by helping them believe it’s possible, and equipping them with knowledge and tools to do so. An encourager at heart, Jana has been teaching at her home church for almost 20 years. She blogs about food and health at

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Jeff Witherspoon is the current Executive Director at Consumer Credit Counseling Service where he has served in that capacity for the past 16 years.  Before his promotion to Executive Director, Jeff was a Certified Credit Counselor and the Education Director for the Wichita office for four years.  His 21 total years in the industry have given him vast knowledge and experience to understand the challenges and opportunities the Credit Counseling sector is currently facing. He has been on the NFCC’s Board of Directors for 3 years.  Jeff also volunteered for four years as a COA Peer reviewer which monitors credit counseling for compliance.He graduated in 1983 with a Bachelors Degree from Wichita State University in Business Management with a minor in Accounting.  He also completed the two year program for Certified Financial Planning from Wichita State University in 1997.Jeff serves on various committees and Boards in Wichita including: Habitat for Humanity, Mid American Credit Union, Raise My Head, and Goddard High School. Jeff is married with three adult daughters.