Christine Craigin, MS, LMFT

Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Indiana University, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, State of Indiana


Specialties: pre-marital, marital and divorce counseling, adolescent acting-out behaviors, individual and family therapy for depression and anxiety

I am trained and experienced in helping people improve relationships in their lives. Whether it be a relationship with yourself, marriage, long term relationship, parent-child, or an adolescent stage; many people feel lonely, frustrated, at a loss, or confused about what to do next. It is important to find the balance and appropriate boundaries in your life that allow you to function at the highest level possible: that is where therapy can be a valuable tool to help sort through the past or break through to a more hopeful future.

 I have worked with individuals and families struggling with anxiety and depression. I have also worked with parents who are struggling with oppositional and defiant behaviors from children and with separation anxiety. I feel the dynamic of family therapy is very powerful and highly influential when used effectively and appropriately in a safe and healthy setting.

Kyle Sloan, MA, NCC, LMHC

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Valparaiso University, 2012

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, State of Indiana

National Certified Counselor, NBCC, 2013

Specialties: child and adolescent issues, adolescent substance abuse, autism, ADHD, family conflict and anger management


I am a National Certified Counselor who has experience working with clients of all ages coping with various struggles such as anxiety, addiction, ADHD, anger management, family conflict, as well as many other concerns. I am especially passionate about my work with children and adolescents who possess a variety of behavior and school-related issues. I have also worked with adolescents and adults struggling with substance abuse in an inpatient chemical dependence facility. I seek to help clients empower themselves to reach their goals and discover their inner strength to overcome obstacles. I am a proponent of implementing creative strategies designed for each client, including working within the school and family to ensure the client receives the highest quality of services available.

Daniel David Doan, MA, LMHC

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Valparaiso University, 2006

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, State of Indiana

Specialties: family therapy, children, toddlers, adults with depression and anxiety


I have experience treating children and adolescents coping with adjustment difficulties, trauma, grief/loss concerns, anxiety, severe anger/aggression, behavioral concerns, ADHD, attachment concerns, and depression. I also work with adults dealing with anxiety, panic attacks, depression, trauma, other emotional concerns, grief/loss, relationship and occupational concerns. I believe that a strong, therapeutic relationship is necessary to create change and seek to create a safe environment through the use of humor, validation, and support. Additionally, I utilize an integrative approach, selecting treatment methods that best fit the individual needs of each client.

Jennifer Cimbala, MA, LMHC, LCAC

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Valparaiso University, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor, State of Indiana

Specialties: addictions, trauma, family therapy


I have been working in the counseling field for over twenty years and love counseling others.  I help people with many problems including depression, anxiety, grief, loss and stress.  I especially have a passion for helping people with addiction and trauma issues.  I believe that there is good and strength in every human being.  I feel that it is my role as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor to help people find their inner strength and improve coping so that they can function at their best level. I have completed Training I and Training II for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and evidenced-based practice, which is an intervention to help relieve symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder and other issues surrounding abuse and exposure to traumatic events. 

I am comfortable counseling adult individuals with various disorders and issues of concern.  I am willing to incorporate family therapy as the need presents itself.  I am experienced in providing mental health assessments, counseling and treatment planning. 

Sandra Quaife MS, LMHC

Master of Science in Counseling Psychology, Purdue University

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, State of Indiana

Specialties: adults, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and borderline personality disorder


I have extensive experience providing individual and group therapy for adults in a variety of settings. I particularly enjoy working with clients who may feel alienated from conventional support systems due to such things as residential placement history, difficult family history, sexual orientation, foster care history, alternative lifestyle choices and other personal issues. I am strongly committed to accepting people where they are while helping them to decide for themselves what changes they might want to make in their lives. My therapy integrates a variety of approaches including cognitive/behavioral interventions, identifying relationship patterns, exploring impacts of early childhood issues, and teaching specific skills related to mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness and emotion regulation. I am trained in the use of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) techniques and recent experience working in a residential treatment facility that used DBT as its primary framework for treating adolescent clients. I have a strong commitment to helping individuals who are making difficult transitions in their life without reliable support systems.

Tori Mikesell, MA, NCC, LMHCA


Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Valparaiso University, 2018, National Certified Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate, State of Indiana


Specialties: anxiety, depression, trauma-informed care, relationship issues, addiction and substance abuse, identity development, family conflict resolution, stress management and behavior management

I have experience providing individual, family, and group therapy to children, adolescents and adults in a variety of settings. I enjoy working with individuals of all ages and backgrounds. It is my passion to meet clients where they are while helping them work towards their goals. I believe a strong therapeutic relationship is necessary to foster change; and I strive to create a warm, empathetic, and welcoming environment to support my clients. I believe each individual has unique strengths. As a therapist, I seek to help my clients find those strengths, to overcome the challenges they are facing, and to become the best versions of themselves. I utilize an integrative approach, drawing from treatment modalities which best fit the individual needs of each client.

Eric Jimenez, MA, LMHC, NCC

Certified in EMDR, SSP, & Hypnotherapy

Trained in BSP & EFT

Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling and Social Psychology, Ball State University, 2002


Specialties: addiction, anxiety, depression, trauma, dissociation, forensics and disability


I am trained as a scientist-practitioner and concentrate on the neurobiology of mental health. My early career began in corrections and forensics serving children with conduct

disorder, adults with psychopathic personalities, and inmates transitioning back to their families and into society. Thereafter I began to treat clients with chronic mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, severe depression and bipolar disorder. Educating families and helping the chronically ill develop independent living skills were primary concentrations. Later I worked with children and families serving in home-based therapy and therapeutic foster care programs. I currently see both children and adults and much of my work is concentrated on trauma and addiction. Helping people cope with new realities and rehabilitating lives to experience success is both a personal and professional passion.


I am a member of the American Counseling Association, Indiana Counseling Association, National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors, EMDR International Association, International Hypnosis Federation, EFT International, Midwest Brainspotting Institute, and an associate of Integrated Listening Systems.

Stephanie Schuitema MA, M.Div, LMHC, NCC


Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Valparaiso University, 2016, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, State of Indiana, National Certified Counselor, NBCC, 2016,

Master of Divinity, Western Theological Seminary, 2003


Specialties: post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, panic disorders, depression, and bipolar disorder



I have experience working with individuals who struggle with anxiety, panic disorders, trauma disorders, depression, substance use, bipolar disorder, family stress, andgender/identity development. I am Level-1 trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR.) I utilize EMDR successfully for individuals dealing with trauma. I am passionate about helping clients learn to cope with the issues in their

lives. I encourage clients to address obstacles that might keep them from reaching their full potential. I enjoy using humor, affirmation, and honest feedback in session. I support clients in facing self-defeating behaviors, negative coping patterns, and desire

to help them develop positive self-awareness. I support clients in becoming their best versions of themselves. It is my goal to create a safe, open, accepting and supportive environment.

Sara Bokodi MSW, LSW

Master of Social Work, Indiana University South Bend, 2016.
Licensed Social Worker, State of Indiana
Child Development Associate, State of Indiana

Specialties: child and family issues, trauma, depression, anxiety, therapeutic visitation.

I have a great passion for working with children and families.  My career started with Early Childhood Education working with young children.  I have worked with children with specialized needs, within the preschool setting, high risk family situations, and have been involved in developing programs centered around serving both children and teenagers.  I eventually gained my Master's degree in Social Work to be able to combine my passion for working with children to working with the entire family system.  I centered my focus on mental health and addiction as I developed my social work philosophy and practice.

I have experience in working with victims of abuse and neglect.  I desire to help families heal from the hardships surrounding trauma.  I want to help families begin to mend and heal from their hurt, pain, and loss.  As a Certified Family Centered Treatment professional, I provide therapeutic services for court ordered individuals.  I have been able to assist individuals struggling with substance abuse disorder.  As a Behavioral Health Consultant, I have experience with Mental Health Assessment and Diagnostic Impression, consultation for Medication Management, and a collaborative approach with healthcare providers.

I utilize an integrative approach to empower and encourage individual  autonomy towards treatment goals.  I am a compassionate and empathetic therapist with a non-judgmental easy approach to therapy.  I welcome to and would like to walk beside you as you take this journey.

Alyssa Broshar, MAT, NCC, LMHCA


Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology: Art Therapy, Adler University, National Certified Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate, State of Indiana


Populations: adults, children and adolescents

Specialties: children and adolescents, behavior and stress management, autism, developmental disorders, anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma-informed care, grief and loss

I believe it is important to meet the client where he/she is, to develop a strong therapeutic relationship. I strive to provide a warm and nurturing environment to support and empower my clients. I have experience providing individual, family and group therapy to children and adolescents. I have experience providing therapy to individuals with autism and other developmental disorders. I have helped many families by providing interventions and techniques effective in addressing needs of the family member. My background is in art therapy, and I often utilize art therapy techniques with my clients: however, it is not a requirement to include art in the sessions if the client is not comfortable. I do believe visual expression can give a voice to the individual that he/she may not be able to communicate directly. With art therapy, I believe the process of art making is often more important than the final product and that the use can foster healing within the individual and is an alternative to traditional talk therapy. Aside from utilizing art therapy techniques with clients, I use an integrative approach while adapting to the unique needs of the client to help overcome obstacles and to facilitate change.

Suzette Sorrells, MS, LMHCA, NCC, QBHP


Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling,

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate, State of Indiana, National Certified Counselor, Qualified Behavioral Health Professional, Indiana Counselor Association Member


Specialties:  addiction, substance abuse and recovery, grief and loss, female sexual trauma, phobias, obsessive-compulsive behaviors, and experience with young adults, adults and the elderly populations


I welcome you to a peaceful office environment to discuss your concerns. I provide therapy to individuals and have group practice experience.  As your therapist, my passion is to empower and support you to set and attain your goals through development of coping skills, helping you create solutions and to help you manage many of life’s challenges.  By utilizing various treatment modalities, together, we will discover what works best for you to help achieve your therapeutic goals.  I am willing to provide therapy to the adolescent population, and I can offer faith-based counseling upon request.

Erin Woike, PhD, HSPP, LMHC


Doctor of Philosophy, University of Oklahoma

Master of Arts, Valparaiso University


Health Service Provider in Psychology, State of Indiana

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, State of Indiana


Specialties: anxiety disorders, social anxiety, depression, trauma, concerns related to self-esteem, body image concerns and eating disorders, and relational issues


I am a generalist practitioner who uses an integrative approach to therapy that pulls from interventions that best meet the needs of each client. I often draw from client-centered, interpersonal, emotion-focused, cognitive-behavioral, and solution-focused techniques. Areas of clinical focus include anxiety disorders, social anxiety, depression, trauma, body image concerns and eating disorders, relational issues, grief/loss, issues related to self-esteem, and concerns related to identity development. I value my role as an LGB and Trans-affirming therapist. I believe a strong therapeutic relationship is vital to the success of therapy and strive to create a supportive and nonjudgmental environment to help clients explore concerns more deeply. I am a member of the American Psychological Association and the Indiana Psychological Association.

Shenley Seabrook, MA, LMHC


Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, Illinois School of Professional Psychology, 2007, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, State of Indiana
Specialties: anxiety, behavior management, trauma related issues, developmental disabilities, and stress management

My intentions are to provide a calm, supportive, and non-judgmental  environment where clients can feel comfortable exploring their concerns and meeting their treatment goals. I have experience providing individual, group, and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. I typically utilize client-centered and cognitive-behavioral techniques in order to best support the needs of my clients. I also have extensive training in the field of behavior analysis and have worked with both children and adults with developmental disabilities, including autism, for the past ten years. I have also worked as a school-based therapist at the elementary, middle, and high school levels and enjoy working with children and teenagers. When working with younger children, I am able to add an element of play to each session to keep my clients engaged, focused, and motivated. I am a member of the American Psychological Association and the Hoosier Association for Behavior Analysis.


Alisha Risner MSW, LSW

Master of Social Work, 
Licensed Social Worker, State of Indiana

Specialties: trauma, depression, addictions, family/parenting issues, difficulty managing emotions/stress

I am a native of Indiana and graduate of Andrews University.  Early in my career I taught therapeutic groups on how to recognize triggers and facilitated crisis interventions.  I've provided counseling and guidance to victims of domestic violence, sexually abused clients, and individuals dealing with substance abuse.  As a case manager, I conducted bio-psycho-social assessments, supervised family visitations, monitored aftercare interventions, and provided program evaluations.  After receiving my graduate degree, I have been specializing in providing therapy for children, adolescents, and adults dealing with trauma, addictions, depression, negative behavior, emotional dysregulation, parenting issues, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and poor stress management.  I consider myself a therapist who has extensive experience advocating for disrupted families and clients with mental health challenges.  I have been involved in providing trauma informed care for individuals with a variety of different challenges.