Dr. Steele will be out of town until 8/14/12.
Dr. Steele will be out of town until 8/14/12. Groups will not meet August 7th but will resume August 14th.
Kelsey Blomeke is a clinical psychology Ph.D. student at the University of Notre Dame. She has been working at Wellness Associates in South Bend with Dr. Katie Steele since October, 2012, observing group therapy. She is presently accepting therapy clients, under Dr. Steele’s direct supervision. Kelsey has an interdisciplinary master’s degree (MA) from the University of Chicago where she took courses in psychology, social work, and religion. She is interested in working with adults and teenagers and primarily takes a cognitive-behavioral approach in therapy. This means Kelsey can help clients identify patterns of thoughts or behaviors in life that are interfering with being fully happy, and work with them to find ways to break free from these unhelpful patterns. She is especially interested in helping people struggling with issues such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and relationship problems. There is a nominal $5 fee for individual sessions with Kelsey and she can be reached at 574-208-3847 or through firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nancy Warren, earned her Masters in Mental Health Counseling at Indiana University South Bend, and she is a member of the American Counseling Association. Her undergraduate degree in Bible and Ministry is from Bethel College. Nancy is an ordained pastor with more than 15 years of experience in pastoral counseling.
Before joining Wellness Associates, Nancy completed internships at Bethel College Wellness Center, Keys Counseling, and Me and My House Counseling Center. She has worked with individuals, couples, families, and children. Throughout her career, she has helped individuals with a wide variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, self-esteem, grief and loss, parenting, marital concern, and family issues. She is particularly passionate about strengthening marriages, encouraging individuals, and teaching effective communication skills within the context of relationships.
Nancy recognizes that each person is a unique individual with distinct experiences, perspectives, and beliefs. Using a warm, relational approach, she seeks to get to know each client personally and gain a clear perspective on the issues most important to them. There is no “one-size-fits-all” therapy. Nancy is experienced in a number of counseling modalities, including Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness/Awareness Therapy, and Gestalt Therapy.
Nancy is working toward full licensure in Indiana and cannot file insurance at this time other than Medicaid and some EAPs. Private pay fees are $90 for the initial and individual sessions.
Nancy Warren, MS
Cullen trained in community mental health centers throughout New England where he worked with clients suffering from a wide range of issues such as anxiety, depression, grief, loss, trauma, eating disorders, self-harm, and vocational issues. Cullen also worked with couples to help them improve their relationships and foster intimacy.
Cullen spent two years working in a substance abuse clinic where he developed great passion for working with clients suffering from addiction and substance abuse problems. He wrote his dissertation on alcohol use among college-aged individuals. Cullen’s training and familiarity with substance abuse issues allows him to come from a place of intuition, experience, and training when treating those suffering from substance abuse problems. Believing that addiction stems from deeper social and psychological issues, Cullen helps clients get to the root of the problem, allowing them to become free of any encumbrances and live a fulfilling and happy sober life.
Cullen’s approach to therapy integrates Cognitive Behavioral methods and a narrative perspective empowering his clients through a collaborative approach, allowing them to feel a sense of hope and purpose that is often missing. He believes in fostering and promoting personal growth and healing where the past, present and future are addressed so that individuals can live a more fulfilling life. Cullen’s practice focuses on adolescents, adults, and seniors. In addition to therapy, he conducts psychological assessments for a variety of concerns.
Dr. Cullen Hardy has also published 5 books on topics ranging from psychology to business.
Cullen is working toward full licensure in Indiana and cannot file insurance at this time other than Medicare and Medicaid and some EAPs. Private pay fees are $160 for the initial intake session; $120 for 45-minute appointments; and $150 for 60-minute appointments and couples sessions .
Cullen Hardy, Psy.D.