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 LISA BARTELHEIM, LMHC

Professional Counselor

Lisa Bartelheim is a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC). She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Indiana–Purdue University–Fort Wayne. Following that, she earned her Master of Art’s degree in Counseling with a minor in Spiritual Direction at Huntington University.

Lisa has previously worked with adults, ages 18 and older suffering from depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, PTSD, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, and substance use disorders.

Prior to that, much of Lisa’s work has been with court-ordered clients – substance abuse, anger management, and theft intervention. Lisa also has worked with a number of families involved with the department of children’s services (DCS). Lisa has previous experience working with children - providing play therapy. Lisa is certified in QPR, which is practical and proven suicide prevention.

Lisa is extremely passionate about seeing the growth of others and helping to lead them to their fullest potential with the divine work of the Holy Spirit integrated in the sessions. Lisa is trained in EMDR (Eye-Movement Desentisation & Reprocessing Treatment), and has a passion for working with those struggling with anxiety, panic, PTSD, and OCD.

Along with the central focus of Christ-Centered Biblical counseling, Lisa encourages clients to ensure that their lives are integrated in a healthy and balanced way through the various life domains including social, family, physical (including proper nutrition & exercise), mental, career, personal, and financial.

 


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ANDREW REGER, LMHCA

Professional Counselor

Andrew L. Reger currently has his Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate and is currently working towards his licensure (LMHC). He earned his Master’s degree from Huntington University and has a Marketing degree with a Music Business Concentration from Anderson University.

Andrew has worked with a wide variety of individuals from ages 6 to 60 struggling with depression, anxiety, emotional dysregulation, trauma, and abnormal family dynamics. He uses a wide array of therapy techniques, including Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Gestalt, Play Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy. He also has experience with Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and suicide prevention.

Andrew loves God and loves people, in that order. He has been a professional drummer since 2006 and uses drums to worship almost every weekend at his local church, County Line Church of God. Andrew married his best friend in 2017 and they have a beautiful little girl who was born in March of 2020.

   

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JOYCE STRONG, LMHC

Professional Counselor

Joyce Strong received her Master of Science degree from the School of Education in Counseling and Counselor Education at IUPUI.  Initially, she used her training to work in the academic setting providing both academic and personal counseling to students.  Joyce went on to receive her certification in Functional Family Therapy (FFT Associates, IUB) which enabled her to provide effective therapeutic services to youth and their families both inside and outside of the detention setting.  Joyce most recently served at Park Center where she was able to gain experience by working with a diverse group of clients, including those with severe mental health diagnoses.

Joyce feels that her profession as a therapist is a calling that God has placed on her life and she strives to give the best of her skills and talents to those she serves.  Joyce enjoys working with men, women, and children providing a safe place to share, grow and heal.

Joyce attends Kings Chapel Assembly where she is a member of the Hospitality Committee and leader of their Marriage Ministry.

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KATHY MCILRATH, M.S.Ed.

Professional Counselor

Kathy McIlrath has a Bachelor of Science degree in education from Ball State University and a Master of Science degree in education from Indiana University, as well as an endorsement and licensure in school counseling and an endorsement in school administration.

Kathy spent 32 years working in public education, with 19 years of that time working as a school counselor before retiring in 2017. She has experience working with children from Kindergarten age through High School age, as well as working with parents and other adults in the school setting.  Most recently Kathy worked as a home-based case worker for Park Center in Decatur.  She worked with a variety clients to include children and adults with helping them problem solve life's challenges. 

Kathy loves to spend time with her husband of 38 years and the rest of her family in her free time.  She and her husband are very thankful for their son and daughter who are young adults.  Kathy values her close relationship to Jesus Christ and feels His influence in her life daily.  She enjoys sharing God's love with others, and helping others solve life's challenges together.  Kathy is equipped to work with all age groups as they explore God's love and His wonderful grace He bestows on each of us daily.

Kathy is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Counselors.  She is also a member at Bachelor Creek Church of Christ (non-denominational) in Wabash Indiana. 

Mary Keller  

 

MARY KELLER, M.S.

Licensed School Counselor

Mary Keller has a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Education from the University of St. Francis and a Master’s of Science degree in Education from Indiana University as well as an endorsement and licensed in school counseling.

Mary has spent over 40 years in both the public and private sector of education.  She has worked as a teacher, educational liaison, and supervisor. Mary has over 25 years’ experience as a school counselor.  Most recently, Mary has been a mentor to students in the Fort Wayne area schools.

Mary has extensive experience when working with children and adolescents with behavior issues.   She is familiar with special education concerns and has assisted in the IP process.  Mary’s educational work and experience has been diverse to give her the knowledge and information to work with youth who are in crisis.

 

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RAPHAEL BOSLEY, LMHCA

Professional Counselor

Raphael completed his Master’s degree in Counselor Education from Purdue University-Fort Wayne with a focus on Mental Health. He also received the Purdue Fort Wayne Counselor Education Clinical Excellence Award in April 2019.

Raphael has a passion for advocacy, serving, and empowering the underserved and underrepresented populations of our community. He brings over 7 years of experience working with various populations, including but not limited to: homeless individuals, juveniles, adult offenders, at-risk youth populations, and individuals with mental illnesses.

Raphael operates with an optimistic perspective. He believes, despite the darkness there is in any situation or individual - good can be discovered and used as a tool of motivation to rebuild, reorganize, and rebrand. Raphael has dedicated himself to helping others grow personally, professionally, and spiritually, in hopes that a ripple effect will be the start of individuals committing to doing the work it takes to be a better version of themselves.

Outside of the counseling office Raphael enjoys spending time with his wife and their two beautiful children. Raphael is a member of the American Counseling Association, The Fellowship of Christian Counselors and an associate minister at Greater Progressive Baptist Church.



Crystal Kelly                         

CRYSTAL KELLY, MS, LMHC

Professional Counselor

Crystal Kelly, MS has a master's degree in Mental Health Counseling and bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Saint Francis. She is currently training to be certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy.

Crystal loves working with people from all walks of life. She focuses her counseling techniques in play therapy, stress management, anger issues, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

Crystal attends Community Baptist Church where she serves on the Young Women's Ministry team.




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ZACH HERBER, LMHCA

Professional Counselor

Zach completed his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Huntington University in August 2019. Zach has also served as a Resident Director at Huntington University since 2018.

Zach has experience with adolescents, young adults, adults, and couples. He relishes the opportunity to assist individuals with depression, anxiety, grief, and adjustment. His therapy is provided from different therapeutic theories including solutions-focused, client-centered, cognitive-behavioral, and reality therapy. Zach feels most in his element when he is able to use Scripture in therapy sessions.

Zach is passionate about assisting individuals through different challenges of life. He believes that despite the trials that life brings, triumphs are possible and useful as motivation for change. Zach seeks to help others grow in all areas of life; mentally, emotionally, physically, personally, professionally, and spiritually. He walks with clients praying that as individuals gain a clearer picture of who they are in Christ, it will change the trajectory of their life.




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BECKI KELLEY, LMHCA

Professional Counselor

Becki Kelley has a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Arts from Cedarville University and a Master's Degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. Becki has spent much of her counseling career assisting those who are youth aged and assessing clients in crisis. She is certified in Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) and has led groups on substance use, anger management, and life skills.

Becki received the calling to enter the counseling field after spending 25 years in media when she was diagnosed, treated for, and survived breast cancer. The experience took her to a place of great suffering and also put her around others who were suffering and needed help, especially with the mental and emotional toll that a cancer diagnosis can cause. While God has not led her to work with cancer patients in particular, it has become clear that just about any of life's situations can cause mental and emotional challenges and she feels called to meet people in their difficulty.

When not working, Becki enjoys watching her teenage son play soccer, basketball, and baseball. Becki attends Headwaters Church.




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REV. PATRICK CHESEBROUGH, LCAC

Professional Counselor

Patrick has a master’s degree from Indiana Wesleyan University in addiction counseling and an undergraduate degree in Human Services from IPFW in Fort Wayne. Patrick has been working with clients dealing with trauma, mental health issues, and addiction at the Fort Wayne Rescue Mission for the last 8 years. He has recently been hired on as an instructor in the Human Services Department at Ivy Tech Community College.

Patrick has a passion for serving and advocating the underserved in our community and has worked closely with the immigrant and refugee populations in this city. He is passionate about the arts and how creative activities can be used to expand the reach of therapeutic intervention. Patrick believes in a strength focused/client focused therapeutic process that allows the client to help direct their own healing experience. Patrick also has a desire to help younger individuals that are experiencing hardships before they turn away from Christ due to societal influences and to help them find a path away from sin through the direction of the Holy Spirit.

Patrick attends Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Fort Wayne Indiana. He is married and has three children. He loves to play music and create art in his free time. He has three Dachshunds and can be found with one of them in his lap at any given time.




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MICHAEL CHRISTIAN, LMHC

Professional Counselor

Mike is a licensed mental Health Counselor (LMHC), receiving his Master’s Degree from Cornerstone University and is also an ordained Pastoral Counselor. Mike’s passion is to work with men, women, couples, and teens to provide an opportunity to discover how God can transform lives and to help realize wholeness and peace in life circumstances. He will work alongside you to explore current issues and past thoughts, habits, and behaviors that could be blocking or interfering with you knowing God’s love and uncovering the meaning and purpose which comes from seeing His plan for you. He will support and guide you toward your goal of reconnecting with your life purpose in God’s eyes, realizing your identity in Christ, and experiencing the unconditional love, grace, and forgiveness that helps us all to move forward.

Mike focuses on God’s Word, DBT, and CBT to address men, women, couples, and teens dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, stress, substance, and relationship issues. “We all have a developing life story. Not all of the experiences that make up our journey are easy to understand. In fact, it can seem impossible to find some meaning in them. I would consider it a privilege to use my life experience and training to help others”.

Mike is a member of Fellowship of Christian Counselors and American Association of Christian Counselors. He and his wife Brenda are members of South Lake Wales Church of God.