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Meet our Staff

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

Brooke Randolph, NCC, LMHC 

Founder & Director

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  • Adoption Therapy Expert

  • Certified Brainspotting Consultant & Brainspotting Specialty Trainer

  • 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 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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Natalie Meengs, NCC, LMHC

Clinical Supervisor

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  • Highly Sensitive Persons

  • Somatic Experiencing Practitioner in training

  • Certified Brainspotting Therapist


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. As an HSP and empath myself, I personally understand the weight of things unseen but very much felt. It can get lonely. But rest assured - you are not alone (and you’re not crazy). Your experiences are very real and are shared by many!


HSP’s have a highly sensitive central nervous system, absorbing more sensory information at a time than most people. For this reason, they often experience anxiety or depression due to over or under stimulation. They need time to process deeply, and our production-focused, fast-paced world can challenge their self-esteem and leave them feeling “fragile” or “not enough.” 


Being empathic means you are sensitive to energetic information. Most empaths absorb others’ moods, while some empaths sense others’ physical pain, or are impacted deeply by the suffering of people or the planet. Essentially, empaths feel things outside of themselves as if it were happening to them. For many, it can be a very overwhelming experience not knowing where you end and another begins. 


It can make it very difficult to process your own pain and do your own work when you constantly feel off-balance from the world and people around you. Sensitive individuals require an adaptive approach to therapy that prioritizes maintaining an internal balance to effectively process trauma or achieve higher insights. I specialize in Brainspotting and SomEx and use these as key interventions with my clients. Both of these practices focus on the importance of bringing the wisdom of the body into awareness and drawing on that wisdom to promote healing. For people who tend to feel energetically “hijacked,” finding centeredness and the resources they need within is a transformative experience.

Kamri Williams, LCSW

  • Burn out

  • Boundaries

  • Anxiety

  • Women of Color


Kamri Williams is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker based in Indiana. She received her Masters of Social Work degree from Indiana University. Her education and professional experience in social services and mental health has equipped her with the skills necessary to empower her clients to achieve the outcomes they desire while connecting them with the necessary resources and strategic planning needed along the way. Her favorite way to practice self-care is turning on a diffuser and getting a massage. 

Lisa Floyd, NCC, LMHC-A

  • Adoption Therapy Specialist

  • Certified Brainspotting Therapist

  • Complex Trauma


My approach to healing trauma is to involve the body in therapy and to begin to process trauma emotionally for deeper healing. I employ a trauma-informed approach, which can help increase feelings of safety and security along with allowing for greater control over the direction of therapy. I am a certified Brainspotting therapist. I am also Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) informed. I enjoy working with those who have experienced complex trauma, dissociative disorders, and codependency.

As an adult adoptee, I am passionate about working with other adoptees and helping heal all kinds of trauma. 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. I currently hold an Associate License for counseling in Indiana, and I am pursuing becoming fully licensed. Feel free to reach out to me at

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Gus Ozmun, LMHC-A, LAC

  • Addiction & Recovery

  • Certified Brainspotting Therapist

  • CBT & Gestalt


I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate and Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor Associate, currently under supervision pursuing full clinical licensure. I completed my master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Indiana Wesleyan University. I have completed Phase 1 & 2 training in the practice of Brainspotting and am currently in the process of becoming certified. I have been working in the addiction and recovery field for five years. Through this experience, the relationship between unprocessed trauma and healing has become evident. Whether individuals are pursuing recovery from addiction-related issues or other life concerns, Brainspotting can be a wonderful tool to address unprocessed trauma. Brainspotting evokes naturally-occurring processes within the brain and body to engage in self-repair. I believe each client I see deserves treatment unique to their own growth. 

Keslie George, LSW

  • Couples Counseling

  • Anxiety

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Kelsie George is a Licensed Social Worker currently pursuing her Clinical Social Work license. She holds a bachelor's degree in Social Work with a minor in Family Science from Anderson University as well as a Master's of Social Work from an Advanced Standing program at Western New Mexico University. Kelsie specializes in couples therapy and is passionate about meeting couples wherever they are on their relationship journey- dating, premarital, marital, as well as pre and post divorce. 

Kelsie also has experience in providing individual therapy for adults and teens, particularly those with low self-esteem and symptoms of anxiety. Kelsie is currently pursuing training in Gestalt and Brainspotting practices. You can reach out to Keslie at

Danielle Zink, LMHC-A

  • Teachers experiencing burn out

  • Career-counseling

  • Brainspotting

  • Safe & Sound Protocol (SSP)

  • Self-esteem


I am passionate about helping adolescents and young adults navigate developmental milestones, improve their mental health, and explore their identity. Outside of private practice, I have been a licensed professional school counselor for eight years and have experience working with clients in middle school, high school, and college.  I deeply value personal growth, in both my private and professional lives. To that end, I am currently pursuing a Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision. I currently hold a Master of Science of Education degree in Counselor Education from IUPUI (2013) while working toward a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision through the University of the Cumberlands. In addition to the LPSC license, I am licenses as a licensed mental health counselor associate working under supervision.

I approach counseling with a trauma-informed lens and a focus on solutions that help clients identify and build on existing strengths. I look forward to helping my clients learn skills and strategies to improve their well-being and manage the challenges they may face. Don't hesitate to email me at or text me at 317-458-9523

Megan Stroup, LSW

  • Foster care / Adoption Therapy Specialist

  • Trauma Informed Care

  • TBRI

  • Brainspotting


Megan is a Licensed Social Worker in Indiana, working under supervision to obtain her LCSW. She holds a Masters of Social Work degree from Indiana Wesleyan University. She is a Certified Trauma & Resilience Practitioner who specializes in helping her clients overcome the trauma they or their children have experienced in order to be a family that thrives! Megan is energetic and positive. She draws upon years of experience of working in the child welfare system to provide practical, immediately applicable strategies to promote healing. 


Megan loves working with families / caregivers to help improve their capacity to meet their children's needs. Being a parent (bio and foster) herself, she can relate to the challenges many caregivers experience. Being an adoptee, she can relate to what your children may be feeling. Her desire is to provide you with the countless tools and resources she has compiled over the past 16 years of working "in the trenches" with foster and adoptive families. She utilizes Trust-Based Relational Interventions (TBRI) and other adoption specific tools to support families and children.

Megan has developed a variety of training curriculum including “The Case for Creating a Relationship with Birth Families” and “Mission : Insight - Trauma Informed Care Training and Consulting.” She is available for individual and family counseling and consulting. If you're struggling with your child's behavior and feel like you have nowhere to turn, please reach out. Megan I would love to support your family through whatever you're experiencing.

You can reach out to Megan at or text/call 317-936-3819

Tim Mallory, LMFT-A

  • 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, and I am a  Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate working under supervision to obtain full Indiana Marriage and Family Therapy Licensing. 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.  

Change is often difficult, so my role is to work alongside each person as they navigate through challenges on the way to the life they want for themselves and their loved ones. Each has within them the tools necessary to learn and grow toward a brighter future both personally and in relationships, and it is my privilege to help discover unknown potential and paths forward. 

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.


To schedule a session with me, send an email to


Lindsey Kotynski

  • Children, teens, and adult women

  • Adoption Therapy

  • Brainspotting

  • Safe & Sound Protocol (SSP)


Hi, my name is Lindsey Kotynski and I am an intern at Counseling at The Green House. I am finishing my last semester at Liberty University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I am very excited to be interning at Counseling at The Green House. I was previously a 1st grade teacher and loved working with kids and families. However, I saw a lot of trauma and emotional needs in my students that I was not equipped to help with. This led me to begin my master’s program and pursue my passion of meeting children and families where they are at and helping them grow to their full potential. 

I operate from a biopsychosocial-spiritual theory of counseling, which means that I believe that each part of a person affects other parts. I hope to work with clients that want to become healthy in every area of life. This includes working with children and families on attachment, felt safety, and co-regulation skills and women on self-esteem, negative cognitions, and overall health. Brainspotting is an intervention that can be used to target these issues if interested. I am always seeking to learn more and am excited to gain experience and knowledge at Counseling at The Green House.