University of Indianapolis, Clinical Psychology, 2010
Steve earned his Bachelor's degree in psychology from South Dakota State University and his Master's and Doctoral Degrees in Clinical Psychology at the University of Indianapolis. He completed his APA-accredited internship at Virginia Tech's Cook Counseling Center. Prior to joining CCS, Steve was a Staff Therapist at Virginia Tech for one year and served two years as the Group Coordinator for Purdue University Counseling and Psychological Services. His clinical interests include campus outreach and consultation, group therapy, couples therapy, anxiety and mood disorders, relationship difficulties, supervision and training, multicultural issues, trauma and recovery, crisis intervention, and GLBTQ issues.
University of Rochester, Clinical Psychology, 1996
Keith works from a psychodynamic perspective, integrating self-psychology, object relations, attachment, and systems theories in his approach to treatment. He is interested in mentoring, supervision, and professional development. His clinical areas of interest include couples therapy and trauma recovery. Outside of the office, he enjoys engaging in just about any sport (especially volleyball) when he is not spending time with his partner and three children.
Ball State University, Counseling Psychology, 2008
Shana received a Bachelor's degree in psychology and a Master's degree in community mental health counseling from Ball State University. She later returned to Ball State University where she earned her doctoral degree in counseling psychology. Shana completed her APA-accredited internship at Butler University/BehaviorCorp (now Aspire Indiana) Consortium. Prior to her employment at Counseling and Consultation Services, Shana was a staff psychologist at Ball State University for two years, and she has significant experience working in the community mental health setting. Shana enjoys running, reading, and spending time with her family. She enjoys working with all college students but is especially interested in grief work, relationship concerns, family-of-origin problems, depression, and suicide prevention.