Shubbi Jain, LPC
Shubbi Jain is a Licensed Professional Counselor who utilizes DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) to assist individuals, couples and families to overcome obstacles in their lives. She is sensitive to the impact of culture on individual behavior, and works with diverse populations to help bridge the gap across individual, family, and societal norms. She uses a goal-oriented approach in developing treatment plans, and provide the skills, guidance and support needed to achieve them. She has experience in working with a wide range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, anger & stress management, and relationship issues.
Linda Hartley, LCSW
Linda has over 30 years of experience in the Allen County and surrounding areas. During her career she has and continues to work in the various Mental Health related fields. "My mission is to provide quality emotional and psychological counseling to those struggling with difficult human problems and effects of medical trauma." Her goal is to create hope by providing problem solving skills. a few of her focused areas of expertise are: grief and loss, depression, anxiety, trauma, morbid obesity, pre/post bariatric surgery and parenting. She is licensed clinical social worker, Mental Health counselor and Marriage and family therapist in the state of Indiana.
Dr. Maria Gootee, PsyD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Maria is a licensed clinical psychologist who provides therapy for individual, couples, and families. She applies different theoretical approach to treatment including but not limited to CBT, client-centered, solution-focused, reality therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness training, and psychoanalytic approach. She also provides cognitive, psychological, behavioral/emotional, ADHD, and neuropsychological assessments. Dr. Gootee is a qualified EMDR and Neurofeedback provider. Issues that she helps address are anxiety, depression, sleep problems, phobia, PTSD, grief and loss, chronic pain, relational conflicts, and phase of life problems. Dr. Gootee has experience providing services to geriatric population.
Linda Menke, LCSW
After spending twenty years as a Medical Laboratory Technician, I made the decision that a career change was in order. My interest was in people, their lives, and the difficulties and stress they faced dealing with everyday life. Returning to Indiana University and enrolling in the MSW program revealed my true passion was working with children and their families. Upon graduation in 2003, completing internships and supervised working hours I obtained my LCSW in 2006. I began my career in The Family Education Center at Park Center, working with Children in the Head Start Program, Three Wishes, and Special Education Students with FWCS. From there, I moved into private practice and have worked in this field for fifteen years.
My interactions with clients are strength based and without judgment, assisting them in identifying and using the strengths they already have in order to problem solve and or make the changes that they wish to make. My experience consists of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, treatment for Depression and Anxiety, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to address both past and or current abuse issues and or other trauma, Grief and Loss issues, children and adolescents with ADHD and or sensory issues, use of DBT Skills, Mindfulness, and relaxation as coping skills. When working with children, adolescents and or families the use of play therapy techniques, games, art work and or crafts, and sand tray are used to facilitate engagement, self-expression, problem solving, communication skills, to have fun and learn to enjoy life both individually and with their family members. I feel privileged when asked to work with clients and will do everything possible to meet their treatment goals. I have a flexible schedule and look forward to hearing from you.