Our Providers



- Complex Trauma

- Panic Disorder

- Obsessive Compulsive 

   Disorder (OCD)

- Post-traumatic Stress           Disorder (PTSD)

Annika O'Melia, LISW, LCSW

Owner & Psychotherapist

Welcome. I am so glad you are here.
It's not easy to admit that we are struggling, that we don't have it all figured out, that the pain of the past is impacting our present, that our anxiety is stealing our joy, that our relationships feel disconnected. But hold onto hope because the pain of our present circumstances can become the foundation for deep and lasting change that brings us closer to living the lives we envision.
 I chose the lotus for the Quad City Psychotherapy logo because it represents something beautiful arising from the mud.
 No mud. No lotus. 
Or as the poet Rumi said so beautifully, "The wound is where the light enters you." 

I would be honored to work with you as you transform your suffering into greater power, purpose and presence. 

I primarily work with adult women. I utilize Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Internal Family Systems, Exposure and Response Prevention and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. 



- Perinatal Mood

- Postpartum Depression

- Postpartum Anxiety

- Depression

- Addiction

- Codependency

- Adjustment to Parenting

Amanda Southwell, LISW, LCSW, CADC

Psychotherapist, Southwell Counseling and Consulting

It takes tremendous courage and strength to seek out therapy, I am honored that you are considering me to support you. I became a therapist to help provide hope by empowering my clients to reach their goals, identifying personal strengths, and developing healthy methods to cope with the challenges life gives us. Sessions are held in a comforting and compassionate environment and individualized for your expressed needs. I welcome clients ages 14 and up and specialize in supporting clients and/or the families of those who are struggling with perinatal mood disorders, addiction, codependency, anxiety, and depression.


Some of the specific methodologies I employ include therapeutic techniques including mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing and solution focused therapy.  


I have worked in a variety of therapeutic environments over the last 12 years including partial hospitalization programs for mental health and substance abuse, residential adolescent treatment and private practice therapy. 


Congratulations on taking the first step on your journey, I would be honored if you chose me to support you!



- Anxiety

- Depression

- Relationships

- Multiple Role Strain

- Adjustment to                  Parenting

- Family Transitions

- Communication

- Rebuilding trust

- Assertiveness

Christine Giorgio-Cahalan, LMFT


There are many forms of hardship in life. Despite our best efforts, good intentions and caring hearts, we may find ourselves feeling stuck, confused, isolated, angry, or hurt. Sometimes our instinctual response to hardship gets in the way of the life and relationships we desire. Navigating difficult life experiences, improving relationships, and managing mental health symptoms often involve behaviors and skills that may not come naturally and require us to step out of our comfort zone.


As a therapist, I provide a comfortable space for clients to explore their situation, identify goals, develop strengths, and learn new skills. Together we move through a process of healing, growth, and reclaiming.


Many clients say “I’m not myself,” when I first meet them. One of my favorite moments as a therapist, is to hear a client say “I feel like me again,” or “I’m living again.”


I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 10 years of experience providing mental health services. I draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Internal Family Systems Therapy, and Emotionally Focused Therapy.

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- Self-worth

- Anger

- Rigid Thinking

- Anxiety

- Low Mood

- Communication

- Conflict Management

Burt Bolt, LMHC

Psychotherapist & Owner of Conversations for Change, PC

Welcome! I am glad you are here reading this. You are already on your way to change because you are looking for a new way to do something that has been bothering you.


My practice specializes in working with adult individuals and couples. Let’s face it, life can be hard. Come in, let’s talk and we will see if it can’t be easier by learning how to look at things differently. Or maybe you feel stuck, let’s talk to see if there might be a different approach to getting unstuck.


My counseling interests include but not limited to self-worth, anger, and rigid thinking, anxiety, low mood, communication and conflict management.


The approach I use is rational, reasonable, supportive and effective. If you choose to work with me, we will get things done. There will be homework because the more you are practicing how to think and do different, the happier and healthier you will become.


I look forward to working with you!

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- Anxiety

- Health Problems 

- Burnout

- Compassion fatigue

- Sleep Problems

- Career Decisions

- Relationships

- Substance Abuse

- Grief

Rhonda Mcinroy, LMSW, LMHC

Psychotherapist & Owner of Mcinroy Counseling and Consulting, LP

I worked in a health care setting for 38 years prior to private practice and have a passion for helping others attain their maximum wellness by improving their mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical health.


My personal and professional goal is to continue to provide counseling and consultation to Physicians and Allied Health Care professionals.


I worked in a Family Medicine Residency program for 29 years and had the honor of teaching residents’ behavioral science and counseling skills. The FM Residency setting provided the opportunity to gain a solid understanding of the demands of medical education, residency training, workload in a primary care office, and the stress of managing the care of patients in a full practice.


Over the years, I have counseled Physicians and allied health care providers through professional burnout, compassion fatigue, legal challenges, work conflicts, ethical decision making, test taking anxiety, fear of public speaking, grief recovery, domestic violence, recovery from trauma, suicide prevention, substance abuse recovery, sleep problems, health problems, work life balance, career decisions, and relationship challenges.



- Teens & Young Adults

- Adjustment

Kerry Goldsberry, LMSW


Bio coming soon...

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- Postpartum Depression and Anxiety

- Transition to college

- Teenagers/Adolescents

- Anxiety

Betsy Fetter, LMSW


Bio coming soon...



- Eating Disorders

- Anxiety

- Trauma

- Embodiment

Betsy Zmuda-Swanson, LISW, LCSW


Bio coming soon...