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Counseling

Office Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday:

8am-3pm

Tuesday:

8am-7pm

*Appointments outside of these hours may be accommodated*

Individual Therapy Sessions

Individual therapy services are primarily provided at the CASA Shelter, however, if you are uncomfortable meeting at the shelter or cannot make it to the shelter, services can be provided through other methods. The clinician is seeing clients in person, via telehealth through Doxy.me, or by phone call.

Doxy.me Waiting Room Link

Click Here

Contact CASA to Schedule an Appointment

660-827-5555
joylynn@casa-sedalia.org
Book an Appointment Through Facebook
*Appointments scheduled on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays may have a service dog in training present unless specifically requesting the dog not to be present

Counseling and Group Services

Joylynn D. Allard, MA, LPC

660-827-5555
joylynn@casa-sedalia.org
Facebook Link


CASA has a therapist on staff that is always taking new patients for free individual counseling services. CASA’s therapist also facilitates a free weekly support group for domestic and sexual trauma survivors. The therapist also facilitates a parenting class that is recognized by the court system.

The clinical program at Citizens Against Spouse Abuse, Inc., serves survivors of domestic and sexual violence on a non-discriminatory basis. Both residential and non-residential survivors qualify for most clinical services. The CASA therapist provides individual therapy, clinical assessments, support groups, educational groups, and weekly parenting classes. Crisis intervention and family mediation services are also provided to survivors of rape and abuse when necessary.

The clinical program at CASA is happy to work with counseling interns during the practicum portion of their education.

For more information

joylynn@casa-sedalia.org
660-827-5555
1-800-894-1151

Who can see the therapist?

The therapist sees any individual that has ever been a victim of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. The therapist sees mostly individual adults, however, depending on the circumstances will also see children and families.

What services does the therapist offer?

  • Individual Therapy Sessions (Presence of service dogs in training)
  • Clinical Assessments
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Family Therapy Sessions
  • Survivors Support Group
  • Parenting Classes

How can I get an appointment?

Call CASA at 660-827-5555 and ask to speak to someone about scheduling an appointment with the therapist. You can also email joylynn@casa-sedalia.org or book on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/JoylynnDAllardMALPC/.