Allen Chohon

Allen Chohon, LIMHP, LADC

has worked as a mental health and addictions therapist since 1996. He received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from University of Nebraska-Lincoln and his master’s degree in clinical psychology from Washburn University of Topeka. Allen has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including rural mental health, health-care based clinics, and among many parts of the social, legal, and medical systems. He is currently a member of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association.

Allen approaches counseling from a holistic view of the human person, body, mind, and spirit. He specializes in the treatment of addictions (substance abuse and behavioral), codependency, stress management, anxiety, depression, marriage counseling, and spiritual issues. Allen has specialized experience with 12 step recovery process, as well as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and other forms of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. He also enjoys providing marriage counseling, and his training for it includes Level One of Gottman Methods Couples Therapy.

In his free time, Allen spends time with his wife and seven children in family activities. He is an active member of his Catholic parish and his children’s Catholic schools. Allen likes to travel where he and his family can engage in sight-seeing, hiking, and reading.

Allen currently provides Outpatient Services at the Main Office – St. Teresa of Calcutta Campus, and is also at John Paul II Newman Center as part of the School Mental Health Program.


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