Soileau Partners Psychotherapy was designed with the mission of providing a compassionate approach to a wide range of mental health needs, regardless of what beliefs, identity(s), status, struggles, or past experiences individuals may have. Our practitioners believe each person is unique, and different, and experiences life in ways that are unique to them.
We are humbled to walk alongside each individual and help ease the burdens of life through nurturing relationships and developing paths of treatment. We are careful to approach treatment through a blend of directive and non-directive approaches, customizing treatment for each individual.
A customized approach for our patients has shown to help support the development of the patient's insight into concerns that bring them to see us, lending to the goal of an organically curative experience. We aspire to earn the trust of our patients throughout this process by maintaining honest and ethical practices.
The values, goals, and principles of our practice safeguard and inspire the delivery of unique and curative patient experiences shaped by unconditional regard for exceptional patient care. In short, we are a boutique private practice deeply rooted in the richness of authenticity, gracious bedside manner, and in-depth attachment based interventions.
Our providers approach patient care with a wide breadth of experiences and training making it possible to offer a collective pedigree of niche mental health specialties with touches of comfort influenced from our founder's experiences in high-end luxury service.
Passionate about contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapy and finding innovative ways to refine overall patient experiences, Jon found a boutique approach to private practice offering nuances of luxury hospitality to our patients. Some might suggest Jon's previous profession prepared him through his previous career working in luxury service, apprenticing under James Beard Chef Celina Tio, then transitioning into being a mental health provider. Jon graduated from a CACREP accredited graduate program, interned under Psychoanalyst Jessica Almond, spent two years as a fellow with the Greater Kansas City Psychoanalytic Institute and completed advanced training for psychoanalytic psychotherapy with The William Alanson White Institute, prior to establishing Soileau Partners Psychotherapy.
Danielle spent 8+ years providing patient care prior to becoming licensed in mental health. Danielle is passionate about the curious approach of psychoanalytic psychotherapy, enjoying observing and applying new and innovative approaches to thoughtful patient care. Danielle graduated from a CACREP accredited graduate program and spent two years as a fellow with The Greater Kansas City Psychoanalytic Institute prior to establishing Soileau Partners Psychotherapy.
Kerri is a graduate student at Adams State University doing her internship with Soileau Partners Psychotherapy under the supervision of Jon Soileau. Kerri is passionate about mental health and advocating for others.