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Counseling Center Residents

General Intake Number: (317) 924-5205

CounselorEmma Chiriac, MA, LMHCA
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Resident
Clinical Interests: trauma and PTSD, depression and anxiety. Issues: body image; women’s/men’s issues, domestic and sexual abuse, grief and loss, aging, social identities development, life/work transitions; coping skills, spiritual and existential, creative block, art performers. Individual psychotherapy with adults and older adults; immigrant, multilingual, cross-cultural populations. Verbal and non-verbal psychotherapy approaches: somatic, Gestalt, psychodrama, motivational interviewing.
(317) 931-2379, ext. 5118
CounselorBre A. Domescik, MA CMHC
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Resident
Clinical Interests: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, identity introspection & concerns, life transitions, relationship issues & patterns, anxiety, depression, stress, shame, spiritual & religious exploration, existential questioning, emotional disturbances, grief & loss, womens' issues, aging, sexuality, cultivating self-awareness, fostering creativity, mindfulness techniques
317-931-2379 ext. 5016
CounselorAngee Grogan
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Resident
Self-Esteem, Body Image, Mind/Body Connection, Mindfulness, Boundary Strengthening, Grief and Loss, Sexual Abuse Recovery, Addiction, Smoking Cessation, Anxiety, Perfectionism, Sadness, Fears, Phobias, Relationship Issues, Life Transitions, Couples; Generally Utilizing Cognitive-Behavior, Narrative, & Reality Therapies.
agrogan1@cts.edu
CounselorLee B. Ivey III, MDiv, MA CMHC
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Resident
Clinical Interests: Church-Hurt, Spiritual Discernment, Trauma and PTSD, Individual/Communal/Generational Healing, Micro/Macroaggressions, Dreams, Discouragement, Grief and Loss, commUNITY as Resistance, Premarital Counseling, 12-Step Program, Relationships, Orientation Exploration, Stress, Loving Self
livey@cts.edu
317-931-2379 ext. 5210
CounselorSarah Mishler, MACMHC
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Resident
Clinical Interests: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Ego Strength/Self-Esteem Building, Grief and Loss, Existential Aspects of Life, Exploring Purpose In Life, Life Transitions, Terminal Illness, Coping Strategies, Anxiety, Depression, Career/Vocational Exploration, Dreams, Aging, Stress.
317-931-2379 Ex 5060
smishler@cts.edu

CounselorAmanda Thrasher, MA, LMHCA
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Resident
Clinical Interests: Psychodynamic psychotherapy, spiritual discernment and religious concerns, mindfulness techniques, exploration of relationship patterns, personality exploration, building resiliency, vocational and career discernment, LGBTQAI identity and exploration, couples therapy, grief and loss, life transitions, emotion awareness, anxiety, depression.
317-931-2379 ext. 5120
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.