Counseling & Neurofeedback

Monty Shultz:  

Monty is the Owner of Monty Shultz Counseling & Neurofeedback.  He received his Master of Social Work Degree from the University of NE - Omaha and is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker.  Monty has provided outpatient mental health and neurofeedback services since 2008.  In November 2014 Monty opened his own practice in Kearney and Broken Bow. In February 2016, Monty opened an office in Grand Island.  He is trained in providing Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Neurofeedback Therapy, Critical Incident Stress Management therapy and EMDR.  He has extensive experience working with reactive attachment disorder, behavior disorders, addictions, domestic violence as well as custody and divorce issues. Our office is a preferred provider for Probation and we will provide individual, group and family mental health services for all age groups.
Monty sees clients in Kearney, Grand Island and Broken Bow.

Our Team

At Monty Shultz Counseling & Neurofeedback we believe in creating a relaxed but knowledgeable environment in order to allow our patients the opportunity to work toward healthy breakthroughs with our counselors and staff. Our staff stays up-to-date with contemporary developments in diagnosis and treatment in order to ensure that they are always treating our patients in the most effective method possible.

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Brenda Shultz:

Brenda Shultz is the Co-Owner and Administrative Assistant at Monty Shultz Counseling & Neurofeedback. Brenda has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln in Sociology. After working 6 years in different environments of direct care with children and adolescents, Brenda worked for Health & Human Services for almost 20 years. She supervised child abuse/neglect, adult protective services and juvenile parole for 14 of those years. Brenda is the billing specialist in our office and receives all the incoming referrals for the therapists in all of our offices.

Angie Lyon: 

Angie Lyon is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner who received her Master of Social Work Degree from the University of Louisville. Angie has extensive experience and knowledge in providing trauma based services to military families as well as crisis response. She is trained in CBT, CPT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, and Mindfulness. Angie works full time at the Veteran's Administration as the Veteran's Integration to Academic Leadership(VITAL) Coordinator. Angie’s strengths include working with trauma, grief/loss, Veterans, female adolescent and adults and Christian counseling. Angie works part time in our Grand Island office.

Meredith McDowell: 

Meredith is a Licensed Mental Health Practitioner who received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from University of NE Kearney. Meredith enjoys working with behavioral disordered teenagers and has an interest in victims of human trafficking. Meredith is currently working on her PhD in Forensic Psychology from Waldon University. She is certified with Probation to administer the SASI and CASI as well as completing substance abuse evaluations. Meredith sees clients in Grand Island, Broken Bow, and travels to the surrounding communities to provide home based therapy.

Heather Russell: 

Heather is a Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Practitioner who received her Master of Clinical Social Work degree from the University of NE –Omaha. She has previously worked with older adults in long-term care, individuals transitioning back into the community after hospitalization as well as with children and families involved with the foster care system. She has training in Trauma-Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, CBT, DBT, Interpersonal Process Therapy, Strength-Based Therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy. She enjoys working with people of all ages and couples. Heather sees clients in Kearney and Grand Island.

Sara Urwiller: 

Sara is a Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Practitioner who received her Master of Clinical Social Work degree from the University of NE – Omaha.  Sara has previously worked at the Veterans Administration and has experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities, children, and adolescents. Sara enjoys working with issues involving depression, grief/loss, developmental disabilities, trauma, PTSD, and child/adolescent behavioral disorders. Sara sees clients in Kearney and Grand Island.