Shawn Houston; MSW, LCSW

 Shawn’s background has been working with young adults with addictions, borderline personality disorder, traumatic responses to abuse and abandonment, anxiety, depression, and emotional instability. Shawn works confidently, compassionately, and in a non-judgmental manner to assist in the self-discovery process through self-reflection and gaining deeper insights into the concept of self. Shawn takes pride in thinking outside the box, within the realm of evidence based practice, to help individuals learn how to meet their needs, identify the self they want, and focus on healing the inner child.

Nicole Navarra; MA, MFT, CSAYC

Nicole's extended certifications include CSAYC (Credentialed Sexually Abusive Youth Clinician), TF-CBT (Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral clinician), Gottman level I trained, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing). She works with adults and teens through individual, couples, and/or family counseling. Nicole has experience in areas including: anxiety, depression, trauma, sexual maladaptive behaviors/problems, physical and emotional abuse, domestic violence, substance abuse, anger management and strategies to assist families with reunification. As a therapist, she is open-minded, empathetic, yet not afraid to push or challenge client towards a successful outcome. She is passionate towards collaborating with clients at a pace that is comfortable for them; and caring, while also direct when needed. Nicole tends to migrate towards EFT (emotionally focused) and Gottman approaches when working with couples.

Quanik Hunter; MSW

Quanik received her undergraduate degree in Human Development and Family studies from Purdue University Calumet. She later received her Masters of Social work from IUPUI. Quanik has several years experience working with a diverse group of individuals and families, to help heal through a variety of challenges. Quanik enjoys assisting with navigating life transitions and helping to accomplish goals. She understands having someone to help you through life’s challenges is pivotal to the change process. Her passion is helping others identify their strengths to overcome obstacles.

Ashlee Gregory; MSW, LSW

Ashlee is a licensed therapist who earned her Master’s degree in Social Work specializing in
mental health and addiction. Graduating in 2013, she has since dedicated her career to helping individuals navigate the complexities and challenges of mental health and addiction. With a diverse range of experience, Ashlee has worked with individuals across different age groups, spanning from 5 to 80 years old. She firmly believes that everyone deserves support and understands the unique needs that arise at various stages of life. Ashlee's therapeutic approach is rooted in empathy, active listening, and building a strong therapeutic alliance with her clients. She creates a safe and nonjudgmental space where individuals feel comfortable expressing their thoughts and emotions.

Olisha Smith; MSW, LCSW

I have many years working with patients across the lifespan.  I have been a social worker for 15 years, and a therapist for 7 of them. Prior to becoming a therapist, I provided case management services in a variety of settings. My passion lies in working with young children, adolescents and young adults. I am very creative and enjoy using play and art therapy techniques with those populations.  Services are tailored to each patient. 
I believe in a collaborative approach as you are the expert of your life! I utilize a variety of therapeutic approaches including Motivational Interviewing, Behavioral Activation and Problem Solving Therapy. Life can be difficult, but I can help you navigate your journey!

Jenna Johnson; MA, NCC, LMHCA
Jenna holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, both from Indiana Wesleyan University. She is passionate about empowering clients with tangible skills and resources to aid them in coping with their unique mental health triggers and challenges on a day to day basis. To achieve this, Jenna focuses her therapeutic approaches around Person Centered Therapy, which involves attentive listening, learning, and comprehension  of each of her clients diverse experiences and struggles  throughout the various stages of their lives in order to devise tailored care plans for each individual. Additonally, she specializes in a variety of skills based approaches, frequently practicing in and operating from Dialectical and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies to ensure that each client meets their unique counseling goals. 
Jenna is presently accepting new adolescent and adult clients through remote services, and is eager to establish a connection with you to develop a therapy plan that caters to your distinctive challenges and goals.


Cassandra Williams; MSW, LSW 

Cassandra graduated with a Bachelors in Sociology from Indiana University Northwest & graduated with a Master’s degree in Social Work from IUPUI. She has over 8 years of experience in the field of social work & worked as a home base case manager for several years with families in the child/welfare system. Cassandra specializes in working with a variety of individuals over the age of 18 who have struggled with life transitions, anxiety, depression, PTSD, sexual abuse, grief, self-esteem, domestic violence, postpartum, and financial burdens. She enjoys helping clients recognize their inner strengths and implementing effective coping skills geared toward their needs. Cassandra believes in meeting clients where they are and working at a comfortable pace to help them reach attainable goals. She is experienced in the following therapeutic modalities; strength-based theory, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and solution-focused therapy.

​Suzanne Glesing; LMHCA

Suzanne has been with One Sensible Solution since 2016. She holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the Christian Theological Seminary in Indiana. A native Hoosier, Suzanne has worked in the mental health field for over twenty years. Her background includes working with children and adults experiencing trauma, anxiety, depression, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Bipolar Disorder, Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), ADD/ADHD, and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Suzanne has dedicated many years to working with children that have dual diagnoses with moderate to severe behavioral challenges across all environments. Suzanne has served these children and supported their parents in the home, school and/or clinic setting for over two decades. She embraces her background in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA therapy) and is passionate
about serving families and couples in crisis. Suzanne’s modalities of choice include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), various forms of play therapy with children, and solution focused therapy (SFBT). Suzanne is certified in Gottman Couples Therapy (Levels I and II). Overall, Suzanne enjoys helping clients of all ages discover their individual strengths, overcomechallenges, and gain a sense of purpose for a life of enjoyment and fulfillment.

Craig Hennecke; MS, NCC, LMHCA

Craig treasures a core belief that human beings are inherently wise, compassionate, and whole. Then life happens and people begin to lose access to their inner resourcefulness. Craig’s work is rooted in connection, authenticity, and empathy. He believes change and healing occur both experientially and relationally. By using compassion, honesty, and humor, he collaborates with clients to create a supportive and non-judgmental environment for self-exploration and growth. Craig’s approach to therapy is informed by mindfulness, body-based awareness, and internal parts work. Working together with Craig may include exploring past hurts and current struggles while accessing wisdom to navigate the path ahead.

Meet our Therapists

Julie Kavanaugh; MSW, LCSW, Founder 

Julie holds a Master's degree in Social Work and has had a clinical license since 2009. Julie enjoys work with a variety of individuals ages 3-103.  Julie encourages clients to use acceptance and mindfulness in order to help overcome unhelpful thinking patterns and feelings. Julie really enjoys helping people identify their strengths to overcome the challenges in life.  Julie uses techniques of play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy to assist clients. Julie enjoys her career and is passionate about providing services to her clients.

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Professionals dedicated to listening.

Erin Tekulve; MA,LMHC

I hold a Masters Degree in Counseling and Guidance Services from Ball State University. I work with clients ranging in age and with a variety of needs. I have extensive experience working with children, adolescence, and families. I work heavily from a trauma informed care model and use play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing techniques to work with clients on establishing and accomplishing their goals.

June Hoyer; MSC, MC, LMHC

June has Masters' degrees in both School Counseling and Counseling, and has worked extensively with both the adolescent and adult populations. June's expertise is working with couples and enjoys helping traditional and same sex couples with an issues in their relationship.  June has experiences working with clients struggling with a variety of issues, but is particularly passionate about working with parents with challenging children, and adults struggling with a variety of issues including grief, trauma, depression, and anxiety. June approaches each client with caring dedication and she is thankful for all opportunities she receives to help clients overcome their issues and meet their overall treatment goals.

Cameron Stahlhut; MA, LMFTA

Cameron holds a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and a Master’s level Certificate in Addictions Counseling. Cameron has worked with a variety of different clients and settings, but the main goal is to collaboratively work to heal and improve client’s overall quality of life. Cameron commonly uses an experiential therapy approach in which the aim is to produce healing through appropriate emotional expression, increased individual sense of belonging, and encouraging clients to become more of himself/herself. Cameron believes that each client is unique, thus needs a unique treatment plan to maximize internal growth. Cameron believes that spirituality is a core component in the healing process and is comfortable exploring each individual's understanding and personal spirituality. Cameron has experience working with couples, adolescents, families and individuals working to improve a variety of symptoms.

Dr. John Nolan

Dr. John M. Nolan brings over 30 years of people helping experience to One Sensible Solution.  His first degree was earned from the University of Illinois in Springfield where he earned a degree in Counseling and Social Work. He later went on to receive a post-graduate degree and a doctorate in counseling from another institution in Indiana.  He brings a desire to help people through life situations that have become traumatic. His approach is both personal and practical while providing professional care. He believes in the person and never sees them only as a project.   

Adrianna Rogatto; MSW, LCSW
Adrianna holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Social Work. Adrianna works with a variety of clients toddler age to 80+ years old providing empathetic understanding and support through therapeutic interventions based in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Acceptance Commitment Therapy. Adrianna has experience working with addictions, ADHD, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, relationship issues, and childhood behavioral issues and enjoys using mindfulness techniques including yoga and meditation to enhance coping and build resilience. Adrianna also incorporates play therapy and art therapy into sessions with children and adults. Adrianna believes in client-centered therapy and providing individuals with tools to improve sense of self and works to help guide clients toward becoming the most healthy versions of themselves. 

 Mela Archibald;  MA, MFT, NCC  

 I am a Marriage and Family Therapist and National Certified Counselor. I hold certificates as a QPR gatekeeper (Suicide prevention) and Great Start pre-martial couples’ trainer. I assist individuals and families with overcoming daily barriers to live a healthy lifestyle. I specialize in Narrative Therapy, helping individuals, families and couples deconstruct their dominant stories and gain insight and awareness to reconstruct and empower their lives. I naturally view clients separate from their problems and understand they have destructive behaviors influenced by culture, religion, social media, and society to overcome. I have experience working with clients in areas of addiction, domestic violence, depression, adjustments, anxiety, co-parenting, marital conflict, identity conflicts, trauma, intergenerational conflicts, and parenting skills. I also have skilled training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Solution Focus, Person-Centered, Emotion Focused Therapy, Structural and Strategic Therapy.

Laura Gorr; MSW, LSW 

Laura holds a Masters Degreee in Couseling and Guidance Services from Ball State University.  Most of Laura's experience has been involved in working with children in the school setting or home setting who are having behavioral problems, often due to anxiety, ADHD, trauma, or environmental stressors.  Laura also has a lot of experience working with families and providing therapeutic techniques to improve familial relationships and family dynamics. Laura uses techniques of cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, and solution focused therapy.

Claire Legan; MSW, LSW
I hold a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Indiana Wesleyan University. I work with clients that range from school age to middle adulthood, all with variety of needs but focusing on depression, anxiety, or environmental stressors. I have experience working with adolescents, young adults, and middle-aged adults. I tend to use both Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in helping my clients to reach their goals and flourish.

Kiara Swygert; MSW, LSW

Kiara earned her Masters in Social Work from Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU). She has over 7 years of experience working with diverse groups, children and families. Kiara has experience working with the trauma, anxiety, grief, and depression population. She enjoys utilizing empowerment theory along with the strengths perspective, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help her clients to reach their goals. It is important to Kiara to build a rapport with her clients, so that they can have a tailored experience to meet their overall treatment goals. Kiara wants all her clients to know that she is that extra support for them while they navigate through the challenging life transitions. 



Ericka Gayle, MSC
Ericka holds a Master of Science in School Counseling & a Master level Certificate in Mental
Health Counseling. She has practiced in the educational & counseling fields for 25+ years,
developing a vast skill set to address various mental health challenges. In addition to
professional experience with mental health, Ericka has personal family experience with
depression and anxiety. She has developed an empathetic, non-judgemental therapeutic
approach rooted in re-wiring negative thought patterns & altering behaviors that can create
positive life changes. Ericka provides therapy to clients of all diversities, abilities, ages, genders,
& sexual identities using a combination of Solution-Focused, Cognitive Behavioral,
Strengths-based, & Person-Centered Therapy. Ericka has 8+ years of unique experience with
teenagers & their families in alternative school programs focusing on overcoming barriers &
realizing unmet potential through trauma-informed care & mindfulness. Ericka strives to support
clients in identifying strengths & assets that can empower them to thrive.