Abbi Kosteba BA Sociology and minor in Communication, Purdue University West Lafayette MA Candidate, Purdue University Northwest for Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counseling Previous certification in registered behavioral therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Home Based Case Work : Supervised Visitations : Parent Education : Mentoring Abbi began working with Crown Counseling last year as a case manager. She is currently working toward her Master's degree while gaining experience within surrounding communities. She is available for most services identified for case managers and attends court hearings and CFTMs.
Anran Zhou BA Psychology, University of Minnesota Twin Cities MS Couple and Family Therapy candidate, Purdue University Northwest Individual : Couples : Families : Child and Adolescent : Stress : Anxiety : Depression : Self-esteem : Parenting : Family conflict : Life transition : Relationship issues Anran is a Master's level therapist in training in the Couple and Family Therapist program at Purdue University Northwest. Currently, in her clinical training as a couple and family therapist intern, Anran provides therapeutic services to individuals, couples, and families who are facing a variety of presenting issues, such as stress, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, life transitions and family conflict. Anran's therapy process is guided by Narrative Therapy and a firm belief in the values of individuals, the resilience of families and communities, our potential for growth facing adversity, and the significance of compassion, understanding and relationship to kindle positive change. Anran is available for outpatient, in-person, or telehealth sessions and works with all ages.
Camelia Gamble BA Psychology, Governors State University MSW Candidate Children : Adults : School Clients : Residential : Home-based Camelia graduated from Governors State University with a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Psychology. Camelia is currently working towards her MSW. She has experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and mental health issues. Camelia enjoys working with individuals of all ages and backgrounds.
Denise Rispens MS Clinical Mental Health Counseling Candidate, Liberty University
Denise is a pre-licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor working towards her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University. Denise is a registered behavioral technician and has experience working with autistic children. She utilizes an integrative approach to assess and tailor therapeutic techniques to client’s needs. Denise believes in creating a safe environment for clients to freely express themselves without fear or restraint. Denise’s strives to empower clients to unlock the tools and resources they already possess. She is available for outpatient therapy and works with all ages.
Hanna Tokoly MA Indiana University Northwest BA Purdue University
Hanna graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education in 2014 and is currently pursuing her Masters of Social Work from Indiana University Northwest. Hanna was a third grade teacher for five years, where she found her passion for working with children and adolescents who struggle with mental health. Her objective is to provide a calm environment in which clients feel safe and comfortable through their therapeutic journey. Hanna utilizes a client-centered approach, solution focused goal setting, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as her therapeutic framework. She is available for outpatient therapy.
Leticia Garfio Purdue Northwest MS Clinical Mental Health Counseling Candidate
Leticia is a Master’s level counselor in training in the Clinical Mental Health Program at Purdue University. She is passionate about helping her clients explore and reach their goals. She aims to create a safe space for them and uses a holistic approach towards their healing process. Leticia is also a musician, artist, and speaks fluent Spanish. Leticia is available for outpatient therapy and works with children, teenagers and adults.
Melanie Forbes LMHC candidate, Purdue University Northwest
Melanie holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University Northwest. She is currently seeking a Master’s degree in Licensed Mental Health Counseling with an addiction’s certification, also at Purdue University Northwest. She is passionate about creating a safe place for her clients to identify, explore, and reach their goals. She practices from a Cognitive Behavioral orientation and incorporates other theoretical orientations based on client needs. She enjoys working with clients of all ages, especially those who are suicide survivors.
Molly Setzekorn BS, University of Evansville MS Couple and Family Therapy candidate, Purdue University Northwest Couples : Families Molly is a second year student in Purdue University Northwest's Couple and Family Therapy program. In her clinical experience thus far, she has worked with a diverse range of individuals, couples, and families. She takes a client-centered approach while using Narrative, Emotionally-Focused, and Feminist theories to promote overall wellbeing in her clients lives.
Niki Bizoukas Purdue Northwest Niki is a Master’s level counselor in training in the Clinical Mental Health program at Purdue University Northwest. She is working towards her Addiction Certification as well. Niki is available for outpatient therapy and works with children, teenagers, and adults. Her theoretical orientation is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, but can also use other modalities based on client needs.
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