Amber Moody, MA, LMHC
Hello! My name is Amber Moody. I am a licensed mental health counselor. I have been practicing as a mental health counselor for the past 10 years. I graduated in 2012 with my Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Ball State University. I have vast experience of working with all different populations including people seeking help for depression, anxiety, PTSD/Trauma, LGBTQA+ issues, anger management and much more. I have experience working in a variety of fields including community based counseling, hospital, outpatient and private practice. My counseling approach is primarily based around client-centered as well as using techniques from cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), feminist and Gestalt. My clients can expect to be provided a relaxing, confidential, non-judgmental environment where they can talk about anything they need to. My clients will also be challenged and provided an open listening environment where they will be provided insight into their concerns. One of my biggest joys is seeing my clients grow and flourish.
Amy Jo Voirol, MA, LMHC
• B.S. University of Louisville, 2000 – Sociology and Minor in Religious Studies
• M.A. Valparaiso University, 2007 – Clinical Mental Health Counseling
• Licensed Mental Health Counselor, #39002324A
Parenting strategies, behavioral disorders, mood disorders, domestic violence, sibling conflict, anger, trauma, anxiety, relationship issues, depression, opposition, PTSD, trauma, men’s issues, women’s issues, bereavement, children/teens, adults, families.
Anda Luna, Psy. D., HSPP, CSAYC
Dr. Luna is a licensed clinical psychologist from the east coast. She earned her Doctorate in Psychology with a concentration in Children and Families from LaSalle University in Philadelphia. However, she is a generalist and values diversity. She enjoys working across diagnostic populations and ages ranges, and has done so for over 15 years.
Dr. Luna is a Credentialed Sexually Abusive Youth Clinician. She has worked in pharmaceutical research, as well as served as a Clinical Director for an APA-accredited Internship Program. She has also acted as Clinical Supervisor for Master and Bachelor level mental health professionals for adult and youth-based teams at a large community mental health center in downtown Indianapolis.
Dr. Luna operates from a Cognitive Behavioral framework but integrates concepts from Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Acceptance Commitment Therapy. She believes in a holistic approach. She has training in Structural Family Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as Problem Solving Skills Training.
Angela Arthur-Lykins, PhD, HSPP
• B.A. Purdue University, 1988 – Psychology
• M.A. Ball State University, 1990 – Counseling Psychology
• Ph.D. Ball State University, 1994 – School Psychology (Cognate: Neuropsychology)
• Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Indiana #20040977A
• Health Service Provider in Psychology
Developmental delays, mood disorders, educational difficulties, behavioral disorders, grief issues, ADD/ADHD, language processing disorders, aging issues, trauma, chronic pain, parenting strategies, and cognitive delays.
Ann Marie Ravenna, MA, LMFT, RPT
Ann Marie earned her Master of Art in Marriage and Family Therapy from Indiana Wesleyan University. In addition to raising her own 3 children, she has worked professionally with children for 14 years including children with special needs and those in foster care. Ann Marie is a Registered Play Therapist (RPT) and uses play therapy interventions with children ages three and up experiencing behavioral issues, anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, adoption, attachment injuries, and emotional dysregulation. She is a certified clinical anxiety treatment professional and uses her training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) paired with play therapy to treat children with anxiety disorders including separation anxiety, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, panic disorder and OCD. Ann Marie is trained in various forms of play therapy and works closely with parents to create a treatment plan that is as individual as their child.
April Sauders, MSW, LCSW
April is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has over a decade of experience in providing mental health services to individuals and families. April has previous experience working in residential, inpatient, school-based, and home-based/community settings. She enjoys working with older teens and adults of all ages, primarily providing individual therapy. April’s expertise is working with depression, anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), family conflict, relationship issues, grief/loss, and adjustments/transitions in life. She has been trained in providing Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, an evidence-based treatment, which is a highly effective method of addressing various traumatic life events, including sexual abuse. April is very effective in helping individuals find relief from life’s daily stressors, as well as helping them to find the strengths within themselves to improve their quality of life. April integrates a variety of therapeutic approaches into treatment, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused CBT, and Dialectical Behavioral therapy. She provides a safe environment, while using a strengths-based and client-centered approach, to assist clients in addressing their specific needs to help empower themselves to achieve their identified goals.
April graduated with her bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and then received her Master of Social Work from Indiana University.
Asra Syed, LMFT
Asra Syed is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 11 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families. After graduating from Pepperdine University, Asra worked in various settings including Substance abuse centers, Domestic Violence shelters, DCSF, Victims of Crime and Human Trafficking programs in Southern California. Asra’s experience has led her clinical focus to be Trauma and PTSD.
Asra is fluent in Spanish and Hindi with a strong focus in culturally sensitive therapy. Asra has received training in Trauma focused CBT, Solution focused therapy, Family Systems and Motivational Interviewing.
Bobbi Jo Silva, MSW, LSW
• B.A. Anderson University, 2016 – Psychology
• MSW Indiana Wesleyan University, 2020 – Social Work
• Licensed Social Worker # 33010176 A
CBT, DBT, humanistic therapy, integrative or holistic therapy, intergenerational trauma, co-parenting, abuse and trauma, attachment, burnout, grief or loss, job stress, life transitions, personal growth, interpersonal communication, skills training and development, family and adolescent crisis; social skills training; coaching; problem-solving skills; utilization of community resources; parenting; goal identification and attainment; time management; training client to access financial assistance and social services; redirecting; focusing; engaging client in activities to reduce and eliminate harmful behaviors
“I feel called to help those in need. I believe that we have an obligation to each other to help when we see an opportunity. I believe that all people have the need to be safe, secure, loved, have a sense of worth, receive attention, and be understood. I also believe that people need to have a sense of control and the ability to predict what is next for them in life. I believe that people need to be able to recognize and handle upset feelings, to be powerful in independence and competence as well as to enjoy relationships and attain a sense of belonging. I also believe that people should be encouraged to explore their environment as well as outside of their environment. I believe in the dignity and worth of people.”
*Bobbi Jo is being supervised by a fully licensed clinician.
Brittany Osborn, LMHC
Brittany is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Registered Art Therapist, and Certified Equine EAGALA Mental Health Professional with a Master of Science in Art therapy from Florida State University. Brittany enjoys providing individual and group therapy with teens and adults. Brittany has gained experience by working in various settings such as an eating disorder residential treatment, a crisis-stabilization and a cognitive treatment unit in a prison, a substance use clinic, an inpatient psychiatric unit, a non-profit independent living assistance program, and a medical rehabilitation hospital.
Brittany utilizes various approaches in treatment such as Art Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Accept, Strengths Based Therapy, Mindfulness, and Equine EAGALA Therapy. Brittany can utilize art, verbal and equine approaches to assist clients with body image concerns, depression, anxiety, grief, life transitions, and LGBTQIA+ support. Brittany believes that developing safety within our bodies will assist with building a sense of resilience in life. Brittany will work alongside clients to help them develop safety and resiliency to accomplish desired treatment goals.
Carmen Rodriguez, MSW, LCSW
Carmen is a graduate from the IU School of Social Work, where she received both her Bachelor and Master of Social Work. Carmen is currently a Licensed Social Worker working to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Carmen has experience working in the mental health field in numerous settings, including school-based, home-based, and community-based. Carmen provided individual and family therapy through her work with children, adults, and families.
Carmen has received training in Trauma Focus-Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Strengths-Based Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Play Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Daniel Fife, MA, LMHC
• B.A. Ball State University, 2005 – Psychology
• M.A. Ball State University, 2009 – Counseling
• Licensed Mental Health Counselor, #39002500A
Behavioral disorders, mood disorders, addictions, academic difficulties, sibling conflict, anger, trauma, anxiety, relationship issues, depression, opposition, PTSD, trauma, children/teens, adults, families, autism and poly lifestyles.
Delaina Plahitko, MSW, LSW
Upon graduating in 2003 from Indiana State University with her Bachelor’s in Social Work, Delaina worked for several years with families in their homes as a Medical Social Worker, followed by fifteen years working as a Counselor and Survivor Advocate with adult and child survivors of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Sex-Trafficking. While working as a Survivor Advocate in Tulsa, Delaina led statewide trainings for partnering agencies across the state of Oklahoma. Delaina also sat on many committees in Tulsa advocating for the services needed for at risk and underserved populations.
Delaina earned her Master’s in Social Work in 2019 from the University of Oklahoma before beginning her time as a Licensed Social Worker at LifeSolutions Counseling. She is currently working toward her Clinical Social Work licensure while working with children and families that are involved with the Department of Child Services, where she provides individual and family therapy. She integrates multiple evidence-based clinical approaches into her therapy depending on the needs of her clients. These include Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Play Therapy, and Mindfulness. Delaina is client-focused and strives to create an alliance with her clients to determine therapeutic goals and treatment tasks ultimately addressing treatment of trauma, anxiety, and depression.
*Delaina is being supervised by a fully licensed clinician.
Dianna Kuehner, Psy.D., HSPP
Dodie M. Stein, MSW, LCSW
Dodie M. Stein is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with two decades of clinical experience, primarily in specialty medical settings. She worked for many years with those with kidney and other diseases. She also worked both professionally and as a volunteer in hospice, where caregiver/family support and counseling were key objectives.
Clinical interests, experience, and expertise include working with clients with chronic medical conditions, depression and/or anxiety, grief and loss issues, crisis intervention, communication disorders, life transitions, adjustment issues, and aging concerns. She also works with those with other mental health concerns and conditions. While she enjoys working with those of all ages and their care partners, her primary focus currently is with adults. She employs various psychotherapeutic strategies to help clients, depending on client needs.
In an earlier career as an Audiologist for more than two decades working with a range of patients from infants to very elderly adults, much of her expertise and experience involved short-term counseling, crisis intervention, and grief and loss support in addition to assessment and hearing aids selection. She also taught courses and provided clinical supervision to graduate students in addition to conducting clinical research.
Dodie M. Stein earned an MSW degree from Indiana University and is licensed in the state of Indiana. She also holds a BS in Speech Pathology & Audiology (Syracuse University), an MA in Communication Disorders (University of Southern California), and a PhD in Audiology (The University of Iowa).
Emily Arvin, LCSW
Emily is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Emily received her Master’s Degree from IUPUI with a concentration in children, youth and families. Throughout her career, Emily has found her passion working with teens and adults. Emily has gained experience by working with various populations including children in foster care placements and children, teens, and adults in school-based services through a community mental health agency.
Emily uses various approaches to meet the needs of her clients including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Internal Family Systems therapy, Strengths Based therapy, and Mindfulness. Emily specializes in treating clients with anxiety, depression, trauma, suicidal ideation, and family/relationship stressors. Emily believes that the therapeutic relationship is vital to treatment and she values connecting with her clients, meeting them where they are and working together to create goals for treatment.
Erica Paulin, LCSW
Erica is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has a Bachelor’s in Social Work from West Virginia University and a Master’s in Social Work from Indiana University. She has extensive experience providing individual and group therapy in a variety of settings including residential treatment, school based, home based and outpatient, and has also served as a behavioral health consultant for primary care clinics. She utilizes a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy. She also has advanced training in Trauma Focused CBT and Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. Erica brings a warm and compassionate strengths based approach to her work and particularly enjoys helping adults and adolescents cope with challenges including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, and adjustment related to life changes. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and pets, camping, hiking, and seeing live music.
Jennifer Singer, LFMT
Jennifer is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LFMT) who graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University. She has experience working with families with open cases in the Department of Child Services, as well as foster families, divorced and blended families, and families struggling with conflict resolution. Jennifer also has experience as a school-based therapist, working with young children and teens who experience anxiety, depression, ADHD, opposition, and suicidal ideation. She has been trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and uses strategies from Structural Family Therapy, Strategic Family Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as relationship principles developed by John Gottman.
Jennifer currently enjoys working in an outpatient setting with children, adults, and families who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma, domestic violence, grief, and relationship issues.
Kathleen Rapkin, MSW, LCSW
• BSW Ball State University, 2002 – Social Work
• MSW Indiana University, 2006 – Social Work
• Licensed Clinical Social Worker, #34006910A
Addictions, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, PTSD, self-esteem issues.
Katie Vescelus, LCSW
Katie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with experience working with individuals and families facing critical illness, disability, grief/loss, and trauma in hospital and home settings. Her expertise is supporting clients through the widespread complications of medical issues, caregiving, survivorship, grief/loss, and disability. She is experienced in supporting clients living with anxiety, depression, and PTSD as well as general life transitions and challenges. She offers a variety of therapeutic approaches, including Trauma Informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. She offers a strength based, client focused environment in order to build skills to improve quality of life.
Katie graduated from Loyola University of Chicago with her Bachelor of Arts and Case Western Reserve University with her Master of Social Work.
Layla Rainbolt, MS, LMHC
Layla is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a Master of Science in Clinical Counseling from Bellevue University. Layla enjoys working with children of all ages, teens, adults, and families. Layla has gained experience by working in many different therapeutic settings. Layla gained knowledge and experience working with individuals experiencing serious mental illnesses while working on an inpatient psychiatric unit. Layla also has experience working in a home-based setting with families who were involved with the Department of Child Services, providing both individual and family therapy with trauma-informed care. Layla has led group therapy sessions for teenagers dealing with depression and anxiety. Layla worked in a community outpatient clinic prior to joining the outpatient team at LifeSolutions. Layla offers services with a variety of therapeutic models, such as Client-Centered, Strengths-Based, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Family Centered Treatment, and play therapy techniques. Layla enjoys utilizing art or interactive activities to engage clients in sessions and has helped clients with trauma, depression, suicidal ideations/self-harming, anxiety, anger management, and communication skills. Layla will work with her clients to ensure they feel comfortable and involved in their own treatment to address their goals.
Levi T. Laskowski, MA, LMHC
Levi is a graduate of Ball State University, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and has over ten years of experience in the mental health field. Levi has worked with a variety of clients and families throughout his career in home-based, school-based, and residential settings. Most recently, he was a lead clinician to a team of therapists in a residential facility for adolescents. Levi has experience working with complex trauma, grief, depression, anxiety, anger management issues, behavioral issues, relationships, and identity issues and has been trained in both TF-CBT and EMDR. Levi believes that our unresolved pasts are at the root of our present mental health concerns and that the past must be addressed in order to change the future.
Lois Weiss, MA, LMHC
• B.A. Milligan College, 1985 – Social Services
• M.A. Ball State University, 1998 – Counseling
• Licensed Mental Health Counselor, #39001396A
Behavioral disorders, mood disorders, addictions, academic difficulties, anger, trauma, anxiety, relationship issues, depression, PTSD, trauma, grief or loss, job stress, high functioning autism, and life transitions.
Mary Beth Winter, LMFT
My Counseling Philosophy
I believe therapy offers us a unique opportunity to deal with the challenges we inevitably face. throughout our lives. Within each of us lies the ability for personal growth and insight.
We may find ourselves struggling with life transitions, job loss, relationships, personal issues and a great deal of uncertainty. I believe that during these times the therapy process is beneficial in finding, creating and empowering the self towards healthy, meaningful growth and change. Finding meaning and connection takes courage and determination to face difficult, often painful situations. Space therapy provides us is an opportunity for you to develop your full potential in a safe, non-threatening environment.
Mary Beth received a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from IUPUI and received a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, Indiana. She is a member of AAMFT and INMFT.
Areas of Experience
Working with individuals, couple and family struggles, anxiety, depression, adolescent transitions into adulthood, grief and loss, post-traumatic stress, anger management, post-partum adjustment and abuse. Mary Beth has worked in school-based therapy, residential treatment and the community utilizing a strengths-based approach and incorporating a wide range of techniques to meet cl and family needs.
Melissa Pitcher, LCSW
Melissa is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has 27 years of experience in providing mental health services to individuals and families. Melissa has previous experience working in outpatient, school-based, and home-based/community settings. She enjoys working across the life span, primarily providing individual and family therapy. Melissa’s expertise is working with depression, anxiety, trauma, mood disorders, personality disorders, family conflict, relationship issues, grief/loss, and adjustments/transitions in life. Melissa integrates a variety of therapeutic approaches into treatment, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused CBT, Skills Systems, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Play therapy, Art Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral therapy. She uses a strengths based and client focused approach to meet a person where they are and build with the skills and talents they already have.
Melissa graduated with her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University-Bloomington and then received her Master of Social Work from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis .
Morgan Litchfield, LMHCA
Morgan Litchfield is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate who is currently working towards becoming a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She earned her B.S. in Pre-Art Therapy and her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling and Art Therapy from University of Indianapolis. She is a Registered Art Therapist Provisional (ATR-P) working towards Registered Art Therapist (ATR). Morgan has experience providing individual and family therapy with children and families involved with the Department of Child Services. Morgan enjoys giving her clients the opportunity to utilize art in sessions as a tool for expression and processing. Her background has provided her with the tools in working with children and families who are navigating foster care, adoption, attachment, trauma, anxiety, depression, and grief.
*Morgan is being supervised by a fully licensed clinician.
Nicole Brummett, MA, LMHC
Niki is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 15 years of experience. She enjoys working with adults, adolescents, and couples. She has expertise with PTSD, sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, OCD, phobias, grief/loss, body image/self-esteem, relationship/marital issues, military issues, and trauma. Niki has been trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, an evidence-based treatment addressing multiple types of trauma. Niki is also trained to use Gottman techniques in her work with couples and resolving marital issues. Niki utilizes a range of therapeutic techniques to meet her clients’ needs. She incorporates Cognitive-Behavioral, Solution-Focused, and Strength-Based approaches in her practice. Niki genuinely strives to help her clients achieve mental wellness as they deal with life stress.
Niki obtained her Bachelor of Psychology degree from the University of Illinois. She obtained her Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree from Valparaiso University. Niki has worked in community mental health centers, residential centers and home -based programs.
Rachel Weaver, LMHC
Rachel is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with previous experience working in outpatient and home-based/community settings prior to joining the outpatient team at LifeSolutions. Rachel graduated with her bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and then received her Master of Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis. She enjoys working with adults of all ages, primarily providing individual therapy. Rachel’s expertise is in working with trauma, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, personality disorders, relationship issues, grief/loss, and adjustments/transitions in life. Rachel integrates multiple evidence-based clinical approaches into her therapy depending on the needs of her clients, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR,) Trauma-Focused CBT, Skills Systems, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral therapy. She provides a compassionate and non-judgmental space in which clients can feel comfortable and empowered. Rachel believes that therapy can be a powerful experience and opportunity for clients to gain new tools to complement the skills and talents they already have in order to build the life they want for themselves.
Sara Bucksten, MA, LMFT
Sara earned a Master of Marriage and Family Therapy degree from Indiana Wesleyan University. She also has bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Sociology from Texas A&M University. Sara has previously worked in a residential center with teenagers and provided home-based therapy services for children and families involved with the Department of Child Services prior to currently working in a private practice setting. She has worked with individuals, couples, and families. Sara is Level 1 trained in Gottman Method Couples Therapy; she utilizes both Gottman Method Couples Therapy and Emotion-Focused Therapy in work with couples. She also utilizes an integrative therapy approach, drawing from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Family Systems Theory. Sara’s clinical interests include individuals with anxiety or depression, couples who have experienced infidelity, and individuals or families experiencing phase of life changes. She can also provide faith-based counseling upon request.
Sarah Gramke, MA, LMHC
Sarah is an outpatient therapist and clinical supervisor at LifeSolutions. She earned her bachelor of arts degrees in psychology and gerontology from Miami University of Ohio in 2011 and her master of arts degree in clinical psychology from the University of Indianapolis in 2013. Prior to her employment with LifeSolutions, Sarah worked in a variety of clinical settings, including an inpatient behavioral health unit, community mental health clinic, and college counseling center. Sarah started with LifeSolutions in 2016 as a home-based therapist before transitioning to outpatient practice, and most recently began supervising a team of home-based clinicians.
Sarah is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and has specialized clinical training and experience in the areas of trauma processing, parent-child relational concerns, attachment/bonding issues, Internal Family Systems, Child-Centered Play Therapy, and Theraplay. Her clinical interests include mood and anxiety disorders, adjustment concerns, attachment disorders, relational concerns, trauma/abuse/neglect, behavioral disorders, and ADHD. Sarah utilizes a combination of therapeutic interventions, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused CBT, Internal Family Systems, Brief Solutions Therapy, Child-Centered Play Therapy, Theraplay, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Emotion-Focused Therapy, and Family Systems Therapy. Sarah strives to provide a therapeutic environment that is strength-based, safe, supportive, inclusive, and welcoming to all clients and families she meets.
Sasha Reardon, MSW, LCSW
Sasha is a Licensed Social Worker with eight years of combined experience working with individuals of all ages. She began her social work career working with adults suffering from substance abuse and addiction in an outpatient setting in Evanston, Illinois. She also gained experience working with children and adolescents in an inpatient/outpatient hospital setting in Chicago, Illinois. More recently, Sasha has been working as a home-based therapist in the state of Indiana, where she has been providing therapeutic services to children and families over the last five years. Sasha utilizes a strength-based perspective in her treatment of individuals suffering from traumas in a wide variety of areas. She strives to provide a safe, calm, and empowering environment for individuals to thrive in and meet their full potential.
Sasha’s areas of clinical interest include the following: Anxiety, Addictions, Depression, Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, Trauma, Infertility, Eating Disorders, Child-Welfare, ADHD, Anger Management, Grief and Loss, and Self-esteem.
Sasha earned her master’s degree with a concentration in Children and Families from Loyola University Chicago and earned her Bachelor of Psychology and Sociology degrees with a minor in Music from Indiana University-Bloomington. She is trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy and is pursuing her clinical licensure in social work as well as her certification and licensure in Play Therapy.
Sui “Sunny” Lau, MSW, LCSW, CSAYC
Sunny is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with nearly a decade of experience in the mental health field in inpatient, intensive outpatient, and home-based settings. Sunny has experience helping people with addiction, working with families and children involved with the department of child services, and providing counseling and support for various mental health issues. Sunny enjoys helping people get through anger management, trauma, sexual maladaptive behaviors, depression, anxiety, addiction, relationship issues, and more.
He believes that people all strive to be successful and happy in their lives, and sometimes they need a little help along the way. He uses a variety of therapeutic approaches, such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Therapy, and trauma-informed care. He tailors his interventions to each client’s unique needs and preferences. He also values cultural competence and diversity, and strives to create a safe and respectful environment for all his clients.
Sydney McSorley, MSW, LCSW
Sydney is a graduate from Ball State University, where she first received her Bachelor of Social Work before earning her Master of Social Work. Sydney gained experience in individual and family therapy working with children, teens, and adults. Sydney is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who provides individual and family services for teens and adults with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and relationship issues. Sydney utilizes Client Centered, Strengths-Based, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. A unique specialization Sydney provides to clients is her knowledge in competitive sports and mental health.
Teresa Troxell, MSW, LCSW
Teresa is a graduate from the IU School of Social Work, where she first received her Bachelor of Social Work before earning her Master of Social Work with a focus in mental health and addiction. Teresa has gained experience providing individual and family therapy through her work with children, adults, and families that were involved with the Department of Child Services. Teresa also previously conducted individual and group therapy sessions with adults diagnosed with severe mental illnesses. Teresa is currently serving as a therapist and clinical supervisor at LifeSolutions Counseling.
Teresa is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who offers individual and family therapy for adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Teresa utilizes a wide range of therapeutic models and approaches including Client-Centered, Strength-Based, Solution-Focused, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Teresa is also trained in EMDR and utilizes this to help clients heal from trauma, anxiety, depression, and many other issues that may be present in a client’s life. Teresa is client-focused and ensures clients’ needs and goals are established and prioritized in a safe and comfortable environment.