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Meet our Team

Meet our Counselors

Each of our counselors is committed to ongoing growth both personally, professionally, and spiritually, so we can provide the best possible services to help you find more whole-hearted living and conscious relationships. While our team has a diverse range of skills and expertise, everyone is committed to ongoing learning in adoption therapy. Click on photos to go to a unique page for each therapist, including blogs they have written, etc. If you have questions about the best fit for you or who can work with your schedule, please contact or 317-455-5642

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Brooke Randolph, NCC, LMHC, LPC, LPCC-S 

Executive Director

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  • Adoption Therapy Expert

  • Brainspotting Trainer & Consultant

  • Certified Imago Relationship Therapist

My primary areas of expertise include Brainspotting, adoption & foster care, developmental trauma, and healthy relationships. I am Certified in Brainspotting and Imago Relationship Therapy, trained in TBRI (Trust-Based Relational Interventions) and Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), experienced with Internal Family Systems therapy (IFS), a facilitator for Prepare/Enrich and Safe & Sound Protocol (SSP). I also consider myself trauma-based, IFS-informed, Polyvagal-informed, Daring Way informed, and influenced by existentialism and psychodynamic theories. I am licensed in the states of Indiana, Kentucky, Texas, and Massachusetts.


My clients are often physicians, scientists, clergy, executives, business owners, immigrants, professional athletes, adult adoptees, and foster and adoptive parents seeking support and doing their own work. I often work with intercultural and interracial couples seeking a more conscious, connected relationship. I always enjoy working with readers, thinkers, questioners, and list-makers – whose who are intentional about their therapeutic journey. I completed my Master of Arts in Counseling degree at Ball State University in 2005; however, both therapeutically and personally, I am committed to never stop learning and growing. I am regularly reading half a dozen non-fiction books at a time, many due directly to a client need.

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Abby Hasberry, LMFTA

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  • Transracial adoptees

  • Birth mothers

  • Racial Identity Development

  • Racial Trauma


Hi, I’m Abby. I am a therapist, author, and educator, working with clients in Texas. Throughout my career I have used my education and experiences to help others develop themselves personally and professionally. I consider myself a lifetime learner who loves learning formally through research and training and informally from my interactions with people. I have lived and traveled all over the world, and love to experience new places and cultures. In addition to being a wife and mom, I am also a transracial adoptee and a birth mom, and have navigated the reunion journey for both identities.

My primary therapy specialties are adoption with focus on transracial adoptees, birth mothers, adolescents and young adults, racial identity development and racial trauma, and relationships. I have been trained in Brainspotting and narrative therapy and believe that the client is the expert in his/her own life. I consider myself diversity focused, trauma-based, and internal family systems (IFS) informed.

After years in education as a college professor, middle school teacher, and principal, my joy is working with adolescents and young adults, but I also enjoy couple’s work. My ideal client is reflective and purposeful.  My clients are typically adolescents navigating anxiety and depression, young adults transitioning to careers and learning to “adult”, adoptees of all ages discovering their identities and processing trauma, birth moms processing post adoption, and couples seeking a more connected relationship. I support my clients through reflection, trauma processing, self-discovery, and identity development so that they can embrace mental clarity and feel free to live purposefully.

I completed my Master of Education in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling from Lamar University in 2022. I also hold a Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction from UNLV, a Master of Arts in Teaching from Goucher College, and a Bachelor of Science in African American History and Sociology from Towson University. As I pursue my license in Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT) from the state of Texas, I am working under the supervision of Dr. Kimberly Vanburen, LMFT-S, LPC-S.

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Lisa Floyd, NCC, LMHC

  • Religious Trauma

  • Adoption Therapy Specialist

  • Certified Brainspotting Therapist


As many as 1-in-3 adults in the United States have suffered from Religious Trauma at some point in their life, and as many as 1-in-5 currently suffer from multiple debilitating Religious Trauma symptoms. This can look like deep or chronic shame about being a sinner and not living up to expectations, chronic fear or anxiety around salvation, rapture, Hell, Satan, or demons, and feelings of unworthiness, being unlovable, or bad in some way. I have lived experience deconstructing my own religious beliefs, and I focus my practice on supporting others who have experienced Religious Trauma. I am a trauma informed and certified Brainspotting therapist who can help you to deconstruct from religious teachings that may have harmed you and begin to create healthy ways to establish boundaries.


I employ a strengths-based approach in therapy which focuses more on your internal strengths and resourcefulness and less on weaknesses, failures, and shortcomings. I am also informed about Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB). I enjoy working with those who have experienced relationship issues, emotional neglect, and codependency.


As an adult adoptee, I am passionate about working with other adoptees and helping heal all members of the adoption constellation. I completed the National Adoption Competency Mental Health Training for Mental Health Professionals through Center for Adoption Support and Education. I have contributed to the books The Adoptee Survival Guide (2015) and Adoption Therapy: Perspectives from clients and clinicians on processing and healing post-adoption issues (2014). I have also been a speaker at the Indiana Adoptee Network Conference (2018).


I completed my Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Indiana Wesleyan University. Feel free to reach out to me at

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Andrea Coates, LCSW

  • Adoptees

  • Bio/Birth Family Search & Reunion

  • Misattributed Parentage Experience (MPE) / Non-Paternal Event (NPE)

  • Adults & Adolescents

  • Trauma Informed Care


Andrea is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Kentucky where she received her MSW from the University of Kentucky. In addition to her 17+ years of experience in the field of mental health, she has also spent the last six years assisting adult adoptees and those experiencing MPE/NPE as a volunteer DNA search angel. This work has increased her awareness of the nuances and dynamics of search, reunion, secondary rejection, and teh complexity of searching for identity while attempting to maintain relationships within the adoptive family/family of origin. 

Andrea employs an integrative therapeutic approach, utilizing elements of client centered therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, emotion focused therapy, and solution focused therapy, all from a trauma informed lens. 

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Danielle Zink, LMHC

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  • Brainspotting Certified

  • DBT trained

  • Mindfulness


I am passionate about working closely with people in the midst of challenging life transitions or feeling uncertain about the next steps on their journey. I come equipped with extensive experience working across K-12 schools and higher education settings. Over the years, I have supported teens and adults as they navigate difficult and often stressful situations. Whether dealing with burnout in the workplace, reevaluating long-term career aspirations, or managing the emotional impact of personal or professional transitions, I connect with my clients empathetically and genuinely.


I am committed to a collaborative approach that considers each person’s unique needs and goals. I have found that combining this approach and techniques like Brainspotting and mindfulness can make a significant difference in helping individuals work through challenging situations and ultimately create a fulfilling and meaningful life for themselves. Together, we can develop a plan that helps you make the future you want to see.

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Tim Mallory, LMFT

  • Premarital Counseling

  • High Conflict Couples Counseling

  • Adults in life transitions

  • Brainspotting


I am a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University with a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, trained in Gottman Method Couples Therapy (Level I) and a Certified PICK 9.0 Instructor. My passion is working with couples who want help creating the relationship they have always wanted, whether in a premarital format, or through direct conflict resolution and active reconnection steps. I also enjoy working with individuals navigating life's unexpected challenges and day-to-day struggles.  


My goal is to help couples learn the skills to manage conflict and grow together. When working with couples in high-conflict dynamics, I create an environment where everyone is given the chance to speak and be fully heard with respect. Most couples I work with discover they agree on far more than they expect.  


As a married father of two, I understand the importance of therapeutic resources being practical and efficient in working toward your relationship goals. My approach actively incorporates solution-focused, emotion-focused, and systems-oriented processes to focus specifically on recognizing opportunities for meaningful growth, and I would love to help you.


Feel free to reach out to me via email at


Erin Myers, LMFT-A

  • Intercultural Transitions

  • Children in Transitions

  • TF-CBT

  • Play Therapy

  • Certified Brainspotting Therapist


Life is full of adjustments. Some are small enough to miss, while others feel like trying to grow
gills and live underwater. My passion is helping clients through transition. I specialize in the
area of intercultural transitions and cross-cultural relationships. Having lived and worked
internationally, and in an intercultural marriage, I understand how those transitions can make
or break the person you want to be. In addition to adults and couples in transition, I also enjoy using elements of Play Therapy and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with children in transitions.

Counseling is about meeting you where you are, discovering where you want to go, and
creating your path to get there. As a therapist, I know that that process is wildly different for
everyone. So, while I am trained in many models of therapy, I follow a present-focused, client
driven approach to sessions. I am Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate working
under supervision toward full licensure. In addition, I hold a master’s degree from Indiana
Wesleyan University. I hold additional certifications in Gottman Step 1 and Step 2, as well as
training in Trauma Focused CBT for kids and Behavioral Therapy. You can reach me at


Kris Berryman, LCSW
Clinical Supervisor

  • Adoption Therapy

  • Family Therapy

  • Trauma

Kris is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who completed her Master's in Social work from Indiana University. She is experienced working with children and families as well as adult individuals. Kris is trained in EMDR, attachment-focused EMDR, Brainspotting, Safe & Sound Protocol, Child-Centered Play Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Schema Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Emotional Freedom Techniques. 

Irene Gonzalez, LSW

  • Latinx

  • Anxiety and Depression

  • Relationship challenges

  • Brainspotting

Hello! My name is Irene Gonzalez (she/her). I completed my master’s in social work at Indiana Wesleyan University in 2022, and I am working under supervision in pursuit of my clinical license. I am part of the Latinx community and speak both English and Spanish fluently. I have a deep understanding of immigration, colonialism, stereotypical gender-role narratives, and the need for healing generational trauma in our communities. I also completed The National Adoption Competency Mental Health Training.


I am trauma informed and culturally sensitive and enjoy providing a unique experience where you can share and explore your experiences in a non-judgmental affirming space. My approach is collaborative and tailored to you specifically. I am passionate in supporting Latinx, immigrants, BIPOC, LGBTQ+. I work with people who would like support in trauma, grief/loss, stress, anxiety, depression, adoption, parenting stress, and relationship challenges.


My therapeutic work is inclusive, and honors all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, race and ethnicities, nationalities, cultures, religions and faiths, bodies and abilities. I look forward to helping you on your journey of self-discovery, growth and healing.

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Stacey Bechtel, MS
Graduate Intern

  • Children & Teens

  • Adoption Therapy

  • Brainspotting

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Hello, my name is Stacey Bechtel. I recently completed my master’s degree as a clinical Mental Health Counselor at Walden University. My undergraduate degree was in Christian Counseling. As an adoptive mom of seventeen years, I want to bring my knowledge and experience to other parents to help navigate this journey. When I first brought my children home, I knew that I needed help parenting children with trauma. It was hard to find the help that I needed, so I took to reading as much about adoption, trauma, and attachment that I could find. When we needed some professional help and still could not find therapist that understood adoption, I decided to go back to school and focus on adoption, trauma, and attachment. I am here to help adoptive parents and children navigate this journey. In 2022, I completed Theraplay Practitioner training.

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Julianna Zull
Clinical Intern

  • Foster children and their families

  • Adopted children and their families

  • Brainspotting


My desire is to create a safe space that allows clients to navigate through pain they are carrying. We often do not deal with our emotions well and stuff them away. When these emotions emerge later, it can be overwhelming. I want to help clients identify and process these emotions so that they can live the healthiest life possible. I believe creating an empathetic environment where clients can explore thoughts and feelings is an important step towards healing. My hope is to sit with those who have experienced hard things and help them to feel that they are not alone. I believe in a collaborative process using mindfulness, Brainspotting, and CBT.

I am a graduate student, a former foster mom, and an adoptive mom. I am passionate about advocating for and helping children and their families.


Kristie Sinsabaugh
Clinical Intern

  • Couples Counseling

  • Premarital Counseling

  • Blended Families


Hi! I’m Kristie Sinsabaugh, and I am a Graduate student in the Marriage & Family Therapy program at Indiana Wesleyan University. I am an Intern working under supervision and also a wife, mother, and stepmother in a blended family of eight. I would be honored to walk alongside you and your family through life’s tough moments. We can do hard things! Sometimes we just need a little extra support along the way. 

I am trained in Gottman Method Couples Therapy (Level 1 and 2). I enjoy working with couples to help them create a relationship as friends and lovers to become a team through life’s ups and downs.


Guadalupe Cabrera
Clinical Intern

  • Latinx

  • Children & Families

  • ACT

  • Brainspotting

Greetings! My name is Guadalupe Cabrera (she/her). I am working on finishing my Master’s in Social Work at Indiana Wesleyan University in 2024. I am also working under supervision in pursuit of my clinical license. I am part of the Latinx community and am fluent in English and Spanish. I have experience working with families and children with attached-based needs, providing parents guidance on parenting skills, and working within a family system.  


I am trauma-informed and culturally sensitive. I enjoy joining others on their journey and provide a non-judgmental, affirming space. I take a collaborative and client-centered approach, so services are tailored to the client.  


I have completed training in Motivational Interviewing and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.  

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Natalie Meengs, NCC, LMHC
Clinical Supervisor

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Indiana and specialize in working with adults who identify as an Empath or a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). I completed my Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Lipscomb University and knew early on that I was passionate about helping sensitive, empathic people find growth and healing.

I am  not currently accepting new clients with Counseling at The Green House

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