Peace Partnership


We are a close team of professionals whose passion is to provide essential counseling services at affordable rates.

It is no secret that counseling is expensive. More people would get help if they could afford the services. We are excited that we’ve found a way to offer the quality care and counseling support that everyone can utilize!

We love working with kids.

We use empathy and genuineness as our fundamental criteria for effective therapy.

Who we are...

We are focused on a meaningful, personal relationship.

Clinical Staff

Jon Thompson
  • Crisis Counselor at psychiatric hospital for 3 years.
  • School Counselor for 8 years.
  • K-12 certified school counselor.
  • Married to his best friend for over a decade.
  • Has been all over the map: Ecuador, Venezuela and 5 countries in Europe.
  • Loves soccer, movies, and the outdoors.
  • Is terrified of sharks.
Jenny Farrow
  • Has taught special ed, kindergarten, and 2nd grade over the years.
  • K-8 certified school counselor.
  • Loves photography and collecting lenses for the camera.
  • Volleyball player and former high school volleyball coach.
  • Enjoys meeting new people and hearing their stories.
  • Loves KU basketball.
  • Saw the movie Jaws… therefore, avoids sharks.
Cary Corley
  • Worked at Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center.
  • Loves SEC college football (as long as Alabama or Auburn wins).
  • Married since 2005 and has two kiddos.
  • Has a heart for survivors of sexual abuse.
  • ALWAYS looking for the best burger in town.
  • Enjoys being with family and watching movies.
  • Also does not like sharks.

Administrative Staff

Naomi Thompson
  • Can’t live without music.
  • Orthodontic office manager for 5 years.
  • Bakes a mean molten lava cake.
  • Hasn’t bagged a deer yet, but will someday.
  • Loves watching Flip or Flop and Fixer Upper.
  • Looks forward to long walks with her husband of over a decade.
  • Thinks sharks are pretty—in pictures.
Jeff Cox
  • Enjoys spending time with his wife.
  • Is an avid reader.
  • Loves KU Basketball, but doesn’t hate MU.
  • Has taught in Iraq, China, Croatia, Hungary, Turkey, Costa Rica, and the Netherlands.
  • Collects Marvel Comics.
  • Used to repossess cars.
  • Believes sharks should be treated fairly.

The people we work with are...

  • The most important people in the building; without their presence, there would be no need for the practice.
  • Not a cold statistic but a human being, with feelings and emotions like our own.
  • Not to be merely tolerated in order to complete our work; they are our work.
  • Not an interruption of our work, but instead the purpose for it.
  • Equal to us in every aspect of their humanity.

These principles are at the foundation of everything we do.

From the Newsletter

2 May

Is There Such a Thing as Good Shame?

If we log on to our Facebook or Twitter account on any given day we cannot help but notice the many articles, podcasts, and videos (TedTalks) dealing with relational and psychological issues.  Brene Brown and Dan Gilbert pop into our media feeds with such regularity that they have become household names. One of the recurring […]

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  • You know, it is hard for kids to open up to counselors. You make kids feel welcomed and okay with themselves including the baggage that they lug to school and back every day. For that, you deserve a medal. Have a great day.

    - E.W.
  • Jon is an extremely intelligent, skilled counselor. His knowledge and experience make him uniquely qualified to help children and families through their struggles.

    - Teacher
  • Listening is one of Jon’s best qualities. It’s the feeling that he is really hearing what I have to say and that he cares. Some people pretend to listen, but with Jon it’s genuine.

    - D.N.