Naomi Cautadella, LMSW
Lead Therapist & Co-Parenting Program Co-Facilitator


Naomi graduated from the University of Kansas with her Master’s degree in Social Work in 2013. She went on to manage the bereavement programs for two hospices in the Kansas City area where she provided grief and loss counseling to bereaved individuals. She decided to begin working on her clinical licensure and went to work for a community Mental health center where she provided therapeutic services to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness in a correctional setting. From there Naomi went on to work as a family therapist for a Juvenile Correctional facility where she worked with juveniles and their families who have a wide range of dynamics, challenges and high conflict relationships. In 2019 Naomi came onto The Layne Project as a full time therapist and also co-facilitates the cooperative parenting program. Naomi is skilled and trained in Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy and trauma informed care. Naomi is talented at providing creative solutions to difficult problems and tailoring treatment plans to meet individual needs.

Reanna Errebo, LMSW
Assistant Director of Supervised Services


Reanna received her Bachelors in Psychology from Greenville University and her Masters in Social Work from The University of Kansas.  Reanna completed practicums at FosterAdopt Connect, where she worked in the licensing department with foster parents, and Children’s Mercy Hospital, where she worked in the emergency department with children and families.


When Reanna is not working with children and families, she enjoys spending time with her fiancé and two dogs.  Reanna is a huge Kansas City sports fan. She enjoys watching the Royals, Chiefs, and (even though she attended KU) is a K-State fan!

Theresa Heller, LMSW
Parenting Time Supervisor and Therapist


Theresa graduated with her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Missouri. She went on to complete her Masters of Social Work at the University of South Carolina. Theresa spent a year working with families at risk for child abuse and neglect. She currently works as an advocate and therapist at a domestic violence shelter. She is a Licensed Master of Social Work and is working towards the clinical level of licensure. Her passion is working to empower the client and create a safe space for children and their families to interact.  While not working, she enjoys running, baking, and spending time with babies-both children and dogs! Even though she lives in Kansas City now, she is from St. Louis and will always be a Cardinals fan. Go Cards!

Shannon Mullican, LMSW
Parenting Time Supervisor and Therapist