William "Bill" Davis, MS, LPC, LCAC

Bill started Turning Point Professional Counseling Services (TPPCS) in 1998 in Hays, Kansas. His goal was to establish complete, professional metal health services in Western Kansas and make those services available to every person in the small agrarian communities. Within 19 years TPPCS has grown to include eight therapists staffing six outreach offices in the Western half of Kansas, in addition to the headquarters in Hays. Through his efforts and hard work, Bill has established full, complete mental health services on a Level I outpatient basis, with licensed, professional therapists and counselors.

In addition to being licensed as a professional mental health therapist Bill is also licensed as a clinical addictions counselor in the state of Kansas, and does court-ordered substance abuse evaluations and Kansas Client Placement Criteria assessments. Bill has also served as a member of the Fort Hays State University adjunct teaching staff in the Graduate School Counseling Department. Primarily a Cognitive Behavior therapist, Bill offers therapy with a down to earth approach and is available to see clients in our HAYS OFFICE.

Rita Lee Carswell, MS, LCPC, LCAC  Has NOW RETIRED

We wish her well!

Michelle Fairbank, MS, LCPC, LMAC

Michelle is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and also a Licensed Masters Addictions Counselor. She has worked with youth and their families for both private and public programs for over thirty years. A firm believer in continued education Michelle keeps informed and up to date on mental health and treatment issues and practices. Michelle accepts Blue Cross/Blue Shield as well as most other insurances.

Helping individuals and families deal with challenges such as; abuse/neglect, addiction, divorce, stress, parenting, grief, anger, anxiety and depression is Michelle’s expertise. Together with the client, she will design an individual treatment plan with the goal of facilitating healing and foster an increase in the quality of life. Michelle offers a flexible schedule and is available to see clients in our HAYS OFFICE.

Sarah Eiden, LPC

Sarah loves to travel, read, and spend time with her family. She enjoys animals, especially her baby rabbit, Bert. Sarah taught elementary school for ten years, including one year in Uganda working with orphans and refugee children. Women trapped in sex-trafficking, teens in crisis, kids with trauma stories, and other people with hurting hearts around the world and here in Kansas have inspired her. In 2016, Sarah decided to dive into the ​wor​ld of counseling and received her master's degree from Fort Hays State University in 2019. Sarah enjoys using play therapy, sand tray therapy, and positive psychotherapy techniques with clients, young and old! ​Sarah is available to see patients in our RUSSELL OFFICE.

    Dr. Kenton Olliff PhD, LCPC-S, LCAC, NCC

Dr. Kenton Olliff is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, a Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor, a state board Certified Clinical Supervisor, and a National Board Certified Counselor. He is an Associate Professor in Advanced Education Programs teaching in the Counseling Program at Fort Hays State University. Previously he served as Assistant Vice-President for Student Affairs overseeing Student Support Services at Fort Hays State University. He also maintains a private counseling practice in Hays, and is a fourth generation funeral director.  

Tess Bennett LCAC, LSCSW

With over 20 years of experience in the human services field, Tess is a Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker and an Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor. She will help individuals and families work through issues such as depression, anxiety, divorce, grief and anger. Individual and group cou​nseling services are available. Tess takes Blue Cross Blue Shield as well as most other insurances. Tess offers a flexible schedule and is available to see clients in our HAYS OFFICE.

Kaye Scott-Roy LCPC, LCAC

Kaye is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor & also a Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor. She has worked for the last 20 years in a variety of settings such as Family Services, Corrections, & Hospital Based Mental Health Program for Senior Adults. She is a Fort Hays State Alumni & also a Farm Wife who understands the joys & difficulties of being a member of a rural Northwest Kansas Farm Community.

While Kaye is qualified & motivated to help families & individuals in a variety of Mental Health situations, she feels her main areas of expertise are helping individuals deal with the changes & difficulties of Grief & Loss, Domestic Violence, and Addictions. She believes in helping people thrive in their current life situations to achieve a healthier positive experience in the future.

Kaye accepts BCBS, KanCare, as well as most other insurances. Kaye is available to see clients in our PLAINVILLE/STOCKTON/HAYS LOCATIONS

Amanda Sowers, LSCSW, LAC

Amanda is licensed as a master’s Level Clinical Social Worker. Amanda began working in mental health in 2004. She received her bachelor’s degree in Social Work at Fort Hays State University and her master’s degree in Social Work at Washburn University. Amanda was born and raised in Oakley and moved to Scott City in 2001. Amanda truly enjoys community outreach opportunities—specifically, providing education about mental health to people within a community setting. Over the years her interests have expanded, and she has been able to grow professionally by taking on several specialties including Batters Intervention Prevention, Alcohol and Drug Addiction, working with children, families, and marital. Her strength is in providing individual therapy to adults and adolescents, children; she desires to help them build a life worth living. She loves to spend time with her husband, two sons and one daughter, riding horses, farm/working cattle, driving tractor and enjoys continuing to learn. Amanda is available to see clients at our SCOTT CITY/COLBY LOCATIONS

Tim Mclure, LPC, CCTP

Tim McClure is a Licensed Practicing Counselor who received his training from Fort Hays University. He is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) who studies and works with PTSD and clients who have experienced trauma. Tim is also certified in Accele​rated Resolution Therapy (A.R.T.), an evidence-based therapy that has shown to achieve many benefits. Tim works mainly with middle school aged kids and adults

Tim has over 20 years’ experience in Emergency services as a Paramedic and in Law Enforcement before starting his career as a Therapist.

When Tim is not working with people, he is enjoying time with his family camping, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors. Tim volunteers with the non-profit Team Rubicon during disasters across the country and CPR and first aid training at home.

Tim is available in the evenings by appointment and on some Saturdays at his office in DODGE CITY at the old Saint May’s Campus located 236 San Jose Drive

Erica Deines CMT 

Erica is a graduate of the Ft. Hays State Massage Therapy Program is located in our office. Please visit the Services tab for her information.