Counselors

Counseling Center Residents

 

Lindsay Brock, MSW, LSW
Marriage and Family Therapy Resident
Clinical Interests: Parent/Child relationship issues, attachment disorders, trauma, grief/loss, depression, anxiety, life transitions, domestic violence, family therapy, adults, children, young adults, Depth oriented therapy, Gestalt therapy, Narrative therapy
lbrock@cts.edu
317-931-2379 ext. 5216

  Damaris Davila-Franco, MAMFT
Marriage and Family Therapy Resident
Clinical interests: Latino community, bilingual (Spanish and English), collaborative methods, children, adolescents, families, PTSD, trauma based EMDR
dfranco@cts.edu
317.931.2379 ext. 5171

 

Catherine Eleson MA CMHC
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Resident
Clinical Interests: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. Complex trauma, childhood sexual trauma, childhood trauma, somatic disorders, identity concerns, personality disorders, existential questioning, anxiety, depression.
317-931-2379 ext. 5178

  Nicholas Fuller, DMin, MDiv, LMHCA
Mental Health Counseling Resident
Clinical Interests: stress and anxiety, social anxiety, life direction, spiritual concerns, relationship difficulty
nfuller@cts.edu
317-931-2379 ext. 5163

 

Kimberly Graves-Hicks, MAMFT
Marriage and Family Therapy Resident
Clinical interests: Sexual Health, Sexual Therapy, Individuals, Couples, Families, Young Adults, Single Mothers, Golden-Agers (retirees), Narrative and Collaborative therapy approaches.
kgraves-hicks@cts.edu
317-931-2379 ext. 5189

 

Kimberly Harris, MAMFT
Marriage and Family Therapy Resident
Clinical interests: Individual, Family Couples, pre-marital/marital counseling, sexual abuse, domestic violence, addiction recovery, grief/loss, life transitions and spirituality
Kharris@cts.edu
317-931-2379 ext. 5183

 

Elizabeth Heinhuis, MACMHC
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Resident
Clinical Interests: Psychodynamic psychotherapy, self-esteem, depression, transitions, career and identity concerns, relationship issues, divorce, personality concerns, anxiety, adolescents, young adults and adults individuals.
lheinhuis@cts.edu
317.931.2379 ext. 5190

 
Liz Kennedy, MACMHC
Cinical Mental Health Counseling Resident
Clinical interests: Psychodynamic psychotherapy, depression, anxiety, transitions, career and identity concerns, relationship issues, personality disorders, children and adolescents.
ekennedy@cts.edu
317-931-2379 ext. 5179
 

Tiana Loveless-Harrison, MAMFT
Marriage and Family Therapy Resident
Client Interest: Collaborative approaches with couples and families, spiritual concerns, child hood sexual trauma, veterans, relational conflicts and concerns, attachment injuries, life cycle transitions
(317) 931-2379 ext. 5184

 

Shar’ron Mason, MAMFT
Marriage and Family Therapy Resident
Clinical interests: Couples' work: marital/pre-marital, specializing in Gottman methods & interventions.
symason@cts.edu
317-931-2379 ext. 5174

 
Deb McWhorter, MA, LMFT
Resident Therapist
Clinical interests: Young adults, couples, families, pre-marital counseling, depression, anxiety, life transitions, aging issues and spiritual concerns.
317-931-2379 ext. 5040
 

Lesley Meier, MS, MAMFT
Marriage and Family Therapy Resident
Clinical Interests: Couples, individuals and families negotiating life transitions, children and adolescents, LBGT, self-awareness, shame and accessing creativity; narrative and Gestalt therapy methods.
(317) 931-2379 ext. 5186

 

Marli Piercy, LMFTA
Marriage and Family Therapy Resident
Clinical interests: Strengths-based Approach, Couple and Family Counseling, Individual Counseling, Anxiety, Depression, Parenting Issues, Child and Teen Issues, Premarital Counseling, Addiction Issues.
mpiercy@cts.edu.
317-931-2379 ext. 5217

Counseling Center residents are masters in counseling degree graduates and independent contractors who are working at the Counseling Center to complete requirements toward being licensed by the State of Indiana. Interns are current CTS students who deliver counseling services under the supervision of a licensed, experienced therapist as a component of our Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy programs.

Supervisors provide clinical oversight to the counselors in training at CTS.