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.
Craig Hennecke; MS, NCC
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.
Hope Moreland; MSW, LSW
Hi, I’m Hope [she/her]! I’m an Indiana University trained therapist with experience affirming the awesomeness of young adults, LGBTQ+ community and folks with complex trauma that can benefit from EDMR. I have enjoyed advocating for my community members experiencing homelessness, creating addiction recovery relationships, navigating the experiences of the foster care system and connecting with their culturally grounding neighborhoods. I’m a Black, queer, cis-woman who welcomes virtual clients. I look forward to connecting with you.
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.
June Hoyer; MSC, MC
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.
Tony Talley, MA, LMHC, LCAC, MAC
Tony is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor, Master Addiction Counselor, and a certified pre-marital counselor. He is a strong advocate of the 12 Step Program in addiction counseling. He often works with clients who have anxiety, depression, interpersonal conflicts, couples, Borderline Personality Disorder, and empowering women whom are affected by Domestic Violence/Trauma. He feels building a therapeutic relationship is the most important part of therapy. Tony is an eclectic counselor, but often uses a family systems approach. He works primarily with adults.
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.
Cameron Stahlhut; MA, MFT
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.
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.
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Mary Therber; MA, MAC
Mary is an Indianapolis native holding a Bachelor’s degree in social work from Indiana University-Indianapolis and a Master’s in mental health counseling from Northwestern University. Mary has worked as a case manager with adults in a healthcare setting and with children and families in a child welfare/family reunification setting before entering private practice.
In her work as a therapist Mary practices from a dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) framework, keeping trauma-informed and culturally competent care at the forefront of service. Mary practices individual as well as couples’ and family therapy.
Angel holds a Master's degree in Social work and has had clinical license since 2009. Angel works with clients ranging in age and with a variety of needs. Angel uses therapeutic techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy, solution based therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy. Angel is assertive when working with clients and enjoys being able to facilitate individual and family growth. Connect with Angel on LinkedIn!
Bill Niehaus; MSW, LCSW
Bill holds a Master's Degree from the Indiana University School of Social Work. He has worked in a variety of settings in the social work field from Louisville to all over Indy. His past experience had him in hospitals, alternative schools, traditional school-based therapy, residential treatment centers, group homes for at-risk youth, therapeutic foster care, home based therapy and individual and group counseling. Bill's past experience leans heavily on trauma informed care in understanding youth interactions and decision making.
Cathi holds a masters degree in Social Work and obtained her clinical license since 2011. Cathi has six years experience providing therapy to adolescents (ages 11-25) and their families, along with 15 years experience working with children and adults with mental health issues. In practice, Cathi specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy, solution based therapy, and play therapy. She strongly believes that everyone can learn how to overcome challenges in their lives with the right tools, advocacy, and support. She values her clients' input, and integrates it into her practice to effectively determine the best way to work with each client. Cathi works diligently to help her clients achieve their goals and to live their lives to their fullest potential. Connect with Cathi on LinkedIn!
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.
Patrice Holmes-Stokes; M.S. Ed., LSC
Patrice holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Counseling Education from Indiana University of Indiana University Purdue University of Indianapolis (IUPUI). She has over 15 years of counseling experience working in a variety of arenas. She has served in college ministry, working with young adults in the areas of faith, education and career counseling. She has also worked with youth K-12, as a School Counseling in the areas of academic achievement, tutoring, social/emotional development, embracing and understanding one's identity, cultural competency and family dynamics. Currently, she serves as a licensed therapist and family case worker where she serves a wide range of individual and family backgrounds, young and old. Patrice has spoken around the country on topics of advocating for counseling, especially the need to normalize its purpose in communities of color and debunk the stigma of “who needs counseling.” Also, when she speaks, she uses her passion for spoken word as a healing art form to creatively connect with people and speak on matters of the heart. Patrice has a holistic approach to counseling. She believes healing starts with helping people understand who they are emotionally, spiritually, physically, mentally and culturally by dealing with one question and one issue at a time in order to find true fulfillment.
Traci Alexander; MSW, LSW
Traci graduated from IUPUI with a degree in social work in 2016. Since 2017, she has worked as a home-based therapist providing services to Family and Children in the Child Welfare System. She is experienced in the following therapeutic modalities: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Techniques, and Solution Focused Therapy. Traci is driven in helping individuals reach their full potential of being healthy, both emotionally and mentally.
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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Shantay Glover; MSW
A graduate of Indiana University Purdue University (IUPUI) where she earned bachelor’s in Human Resource Management and Masters of Social Work. In addition to working as contacted home based therapist she has been a part-time fitness instructor for YMCA of Indianapolis for the past 13 years. She is compassionate and enthusiastic about providing individuals with support with mental health, eating healthier and exercise in order to become their best self’s. Shantay loves to engage and motivate individuals especially “women” to become more consistent in living their best life. Shantay loves to challenge individuals to become more committed to improving their overall well-being mental health and improve their self-esteem by putting their words into action.