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Clinic News

Three Year CARF Accreditation Announcement: All IOP programs have been extended CARF national accreditation until Jan 2021 due to our high efficiency for overall client care. 

Since 2011, KCPPS was the first Midwest clinic to offer Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Treatment specifically treating psychopharmacological resistant depression.  This treatment is a great non-evasive alternative to Electro-convulsive Therapy (ECT).   


We accept most public and private insurance plans. We do not accept any Medicare or Medicaid plans.

Health Insurance

Please submit a NEW PATIENT request for Intensive Outpatient Services, Clinical, or Psychiatric Services in the new patient request tab above. 

EMAIL for scheduling follow up appointments.

Appointment Request

    *Individual Child, Adolescent, Adult, Family and Couples Therapy

    *Psychiatric Medication Evaluation and management

    *Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS Therapy)

    *Intensive Outpatient Programs for:  Substance Abuse (Dual Diagnosis)/SATOP equivalent  Adolescent Groups

    Womens Day Program

    Adult Psychiatric Disorders


New Patients

Please bring a photo ID, insurance card, and arrive about 10 minutes prior to your scheduled time to fill out paperwork.  If you like you can download our forms here and fill out and bring in when you come

Call Us:  (816) 373-6433

Kansas City Psychiatric & Psychological Services, LLC

4731 Cochise Suite 206 Independence MO 64055 us


Intensive Outpatient Program

120 SW 2nd Street, Suite 109 Lee's Summit, MO 64063 us


Business Office Hours

Monday-Thursday: 9:00am-5:00pm. 

Friday: 9:00am-12:30pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

Kansas City Psychiatric & Psychological Services

*Dr. John A. Francis, DO Psychiatrist/Medical Director KCIOP (networked on all panels)

*Adam May, LPC/Clinical Director KCIOP (networked on all panels)

*Dr. Lauren Richerson, PhD

*Tom Hawley, LCSW

*Brian Garner, LPC

*IOP PROVIDERS: Margaux Kent LPC; Dr Laura Sue Elias PhD, LCAC

(willing to see individual patients)