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Jan Stock 


Licensed Professional Counselor 

I am a life-long resident of Columbia, Missouri, and received a Master’s degree in Educational and Counseling Psychology from University of Missouri.  I was married, now divorced, have two children and two grandchildren who also reside in Columbia. I enjoy gardening and spending time with family and friends, and my spiritual journey is extremely meaningful to me.  

Previous work: 

  • Executive Director, Rainbow House Children’s Emergency Shelter, Child Advocacy Center and Homeless Youth Program for ten years. 

  • Licensed Professional Counselor for 30 years specializing in assessment and treatment of child abuse & neglect, working with adolescents and young adults, and spiritual coaching.

  • Provided Child Custody Evaluations (court ordered) and testified in Family Court to provide information to the Judge who was considering the final determination in these difficult cases.  

  • Forensic Interviewer for 10 years.   

  • Family Court Mediator for three years in Boone and Callaway counties.

  • Consultant/Trainer for Missouri Children’s Division in five counties for four years. 

Special interests:

  • Poverty Issues 

  • Best Interest of the Child

  • Anxiety Reduction and Spiritual Coaching  


My passion is practicing and sharing the strategies and techniques that have been life changing for me on my spiritual journey.  I had not realized the profound impact our unmanaged negative thoughts have on every aspect of our lives, and I was pleasantly surprised to find that having an awareness of our thoughts gives us an opportunity and a choice to change the trajectory of our thinking and our outlook on life.  Working with individuals on their personal journey and experiencing their transformation has been extremely rewarding for me.  I want to partner with others on their spiritual path.  I want everyone to experience the profound difference that is ours when we refuse to be held hostage to unhealthy and negative thoughts, and we choose to love and show up for ourselves.   

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