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Professional Therapists

with a diverse set of skills & expertise

partnering with you on your journey to healing, growth, & connection

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. If you have questions about the best fit for you or who can work with your schedule, please contact or 317.455.LMHC

Brooke Randolph, NCC, LMHC, 

Founder & Director

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  • Adoption Therapy Expert

  • Certified Brainspotting Consultant & Brainspotting Specialty Trainer

  • Certified Imago Relationship Therapist


It is my goal to encourage, equip, and empower individuals and couples toward wholehearted living and conscious relationships. 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.


In addition to the trainings and certifications listed, I consider myself IFS-informed, trauma informed, Daring Way informed, and influenced by existentialism and psychodynamic theories. I work well with both men and women and with people from a variety of cultures.

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Natalie Meengs, NCC, LMHC

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  • Highly Sensitive Persons

  • Somatic Focus

  • Brainspotting

Years ago, my therapist pointed out that I was a Highly Sensitive Person. After doing some research, so much began to make sense to me, both in my life at the time and in my childhood. I had always felt there was an inherent flaw in me that no one else had. And, because of this flaw, I had to work super hard to keep up with the pace of a world that was often “too much.”

As I learned more, I began to see myself differently. My sensitive central nervous system that I felt was only responsible for making me feel “fragile” was also what allowed me to notice subtleties, sense others’ moods, and be moved by beautiful things. I soon realized there was an entire TRIBE of HSP’s out there! So, I left my copywriting dreams, a tiny undecorated cubicle, and the city I loved to get my masters degree so I could welcome others to the tribe.

Now I specialize in working with Highly Sensitive Persons (HSP’s). High sensitivity is not limited to emotions, but is a more broad experience of the senses. It is directly related to the rate at which one absorbs and processes information. For this reason, existing in the world on a daily basis demands more bandwidth from the central nervous system of an HSP than those that are not. Anxiety and depression in HSP’s are often symptoms of their bandwidth being exceeded for a prolonged period of time - for some, their entire lives.

The needs of an HSP are unique, and, therefore, require unique care and understanding. I aim to help clients develop awareness around how they use their sensitive energy and make adjustments to restore balance in their lives. Living in balance, we relate to ourselves and the world differently, making space to experience the many gifts of being an HSP!

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Lisa Floyd, NCC, LMHC-A

  • Adoption Therapy Specialist

  • Certified Brainspotting Therapist

  • Complex Trauma

Lisa is a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University. She is a certified Brainspotting Therapist. She is also Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy informed. She enjoys working with those who have experienced complex trauma, dissociation, DID, cult survivors, and eating disorders, among others.


As an adult adoptee, Lisa is passionate about working with other adoptees and helping heal all kinds of trauma. She has 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). She has also been a speaker at the Indiana Adoptee Network Conference (2018).

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Gus Ozmun, LMHC-A, LAC

  • Addiction & Recovery

  • Certified Brainspotting Therapist

  • CBT & Gestalt


I am a Licensed Addiction Counselor who 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. By offering my services at a discounted price, I hope to reach more people who are in need of healing and support.

Danielle Zink, LMHC-A

  • Self-esteem

  • Brainspotting

  • Safe & Sound Protocol (SSP)

  • Career-counseling


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 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 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.

Megan Stroup, MSW

  • Foster care / Adoption Therapy Specialist

  • Trauma Informed Care

  • TBRI

  • Brainspotting


Megan holds a Masters degree in Social Work 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 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. 

Meredith Scudder, LSW

  • Children & Adolescents

  • Adoption Therapy

  • Brainspotting

  • Emotional & Behavioral Regulation

I am a Licensed Social Worker who holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in Social Work from Indiana University. I have completed Phase 1 & 2 Brainspotting Trainings, Brainspotting with Adoption Specialty Training, and am currently working towards being a Certified Brainspotting Therapist. I have eight years of experience working in the elementary school setting, with this being my second year as a School Social Worker for children in grades K-7. Throughout my experience in the schools, I have witnessed children struggle behaviorally, emotionally, socially, and academically, ultimately due to unprocessed trauma. I am passionate about helping individuals understand and heal the root of their problems, find their purpose, and become the best versions of themselves. I strive to help individuals achieve this by establishing an attuned relationship with my clients and creating a safe and calming space to process, heal, and grow.

Tim Mallory, MA-MFT

  • Family Therapy

  • High Conflict Couples Counseling

  • Brainspotting


I am a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University, with a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. My passion is working with teens, couples, and families through conflict and crisis. Change is often difficult, so my role is to work alongside each client as they navigate through challenges on the way to the life they want for themselves and their loved ones.

I take a collaborative approach to set and work toward achieving your goal. Because each person is the expert on his or her life experience, I believe each person has within the them tools necessary to learn and grow toward a brighter future. It is my privilege to facilitate introspection and encourage movement toward meaningful solutions. I tend to work from a solution-focused, emotion-focused, and systems orientation. 

I am excited for the opportunity to work and learn with my colleagues here to serve you well.

Professor "OSCAR"

#TherapyDogOscar is the youngest therapist on our team (born April 2018).

He loves greeting every visitor to The Green House, and he wants you to feel welcome!


Oscar is a labradoodle who is hypoallergenic and does not shed, although he hasn’t yet learned to pick up all of his toys.

(317) 455-LMHC

447 E 38th St, Indianapolis, IN 46205, USA