Krystal Lohff CSW-PIP, QMHP
Social Worker with over 12 years of experience
Krystal Lohff was born and raised in Sioux City, Iowa, but has lived in South Dakota for nearly twenty years. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of South Dakota and her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Iowa. She possesses the CSW-PIP license, the highest licensure for social workers in the state of South Dakota, as well as her QMHP. She has experience working with many groups of people in her time practicing, including:
- Native Americans
- Couple’s Counseling
- Severe and persistent mentally ill adults
- Severe emotionally disturbed children
She has worked for the Minnehaha and Lincoln boards of mental illness conducting mental illness evaluations as well as numerous other government and private organizations serving the South Dakota/Nebraska/Iowa/Minnesota area.
Donna Nelson MSW, CSW, QMHP
Donna Nelson was born and raised in Yankton South Dakota. Her and her family have lived in Sioux Falls for the last 7 years. Donna received her master’s degree in social work from University of South Dakota. She has her CSW licensure and her QMHP.
Darcy Wiebrand CSW
Darcy Wiebrand spent 21 years in the Army National Guard. An animal lover and avid outdoors woman, she lives with her husband, children, and a collection of critters including a three legged cat, a deaf dog, a one-eyed chicken, and an extremely affectionate turkey that will never end up as Thanksgiving diner.
Tesia Nichols – MSW
“Hey there! My name is Tesia (pronounced like “Tessa”) Nichols. Starting therapy and turning to someone you don’t know for help can be scary, but research supports the value of therapy, even brief therapy, as a beneficial treatment for common mental health problems. Successful therapy makes for a happier and healthier person!
I have experience working with adults, children, teens, couples, families, and groups. I personally feel that working with individuals is my strong suit. The one-on-one time is immeasurable in it’s value. I also easily and genuinely connect to those with chronic illness or disability, as I battle a rare GI disorder myself that leaves me dependent on a feeding tube. I believe in finding ways to help those who may be lost, help themselves. By using therapies such as Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment, Person-Centered, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), or a combination of a few, I hope to help connect you to the resources you may need in order to start healing. Humans were not meant to struggle alone, and I am here to walk with you through whatever life has thrown your way. Please feel free to message me so we can set up an appointment. I am excited and honored to start helping you!”
5048 E 57th Street
Sioux Falls, SD 57108
5117 S Crossing Place
Sioux Falls, SD 57108
Hours by Appointment: Available days, nights and weekends