Making a Personal Connection
For Change

Annas Boyer, LSCSW LCAC

Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor

Annas Boyer, LSCSW, LCAC completed her master’s degree at Spalding University in Louisville, KY. She has worked in the human services field for twenty years, focusing on clinical social work for the last seven.

She practiced in substance abuse treatment programs, healthcare delivery systems, and most recently, with high accountability professionals to address issues of professional conduct. Annas has been a licensed clinical addiction counselor (LCAC) for four years, working with individuals and families who have experienced the impact of substance abuse and addiction in their own lives or in their relationships. Annas offers early morning and evening appointments to help clients access services while minimizing intrusion into daily life.


Annas' schedule is not yet available online. She is presently available Tuesday through Friday. Contact Carrie Poe, MBA or Alyssa at 785-371-1414 to request an appointment. 

Envisioning positive change...

My approach to working with clients is to help them envision the positive changes they want to see in themselves and in their relationships and facilitate their progress to reach those goals."


Areas of Practice


Adult and Adolescent Psychotherapy
Annas sees clients age fourteen and up, to address mood disorders, anxiety, depression, and common life stressors. She also sees couples and individuals for relationship issues, divorce recovery, enhancement of self-esteem and self-efficacy, problems of codependency, grief and loss, and career and academic concerns.

Integrative Substance Abuse Treatment
Annas sees clients for mental health concerns that have a substance use component, problematic sexual behavior, excessive gaming and online play, and other compulsive behaviors.

Professional Growth
Annas works with high accountability professionals, like attorneys, doctors, and business executives, utilizing therapy and coaching to address issues of problems of professional conduct, including disruptive behavior, boundary violations, and substance abuse in the professional domain.