Dr. Lee is a licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Lee obtained a BA in psychology from the University of Minnesota and his Psy.D. from Argosy University, completing research on ADHD tests for children and teenagers. He completed an internship at Park Center Inc. in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where he then worked for ten years. He has over 15 years of experience in the mental health field and 7 years as a clinical psychologist. He is trained and experienced to administer and interpret psychological tests to make or "rule out" diagnoses, help with treatment planning, and provide important information to the courts or related systems. Typical testing batteries may evaluate ADHD, intelligence (IQ), academic performance, personality, parenting, risk assessment and substance abuse. He ia an experienced therapist who has treated depression and anxiety disorders, impulse control problems, adolescent behavioral problems, and various forms of addiction.
Dr. Lee utilizes Cognative Behavioral Therapy and evidence-based treatments to help individuals make difficult changes in the way they think and feel about themselves, the world and people around them. Therapy may take place individually, as a couple, within a family, or group setting. Having worked with people of all ages, genders, ethnicities, backgrounds, and different presenting problems, he believes that the most important healing component of therapy is having a trusting theraputic relationship within the safety of a non-jugmental environment. Often people are their own harshest critics and making changes in one's life is a difficult process. It is unrealistic to expect that these changes will occur perfectly without setbacks. Working through these setbacks and roadblocks are often the foundation for establishing long-term improvements to a person's mental and physical health.
Kelly Nunez, MA
Kelly provides counseling to children,
adolescents, and adults through
individual and family counseling
sessions. Kelly uses a
combination of cognitive-behavioral
and solution-focused approaches to
work with clients on different issues
that they may be struggling
with. Kelly also enjoys using
therapy with play and believes it is a
successful technique where the child's
natural means of expression, namely
play, is used as a therapeutic method
to assist him/ her in coping with
emotional stress or trauma.
Kelly completed and obtained her
Bachelor's in Psychology along with
Child Development and Family Studies
from Purdue University in 2002.
She attended Indiana University Purdue
University of Fort Wayne for her
graduate work and obtained her Masters
in Marriage and Family Therapy in
Kelly has experience in the areas of
suicide intervention, crisis
intervention, rape survivor advocate
training and domestic violence.
Julie Bergan, MSW
Julie enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults and couples. She uses a strengths based, cognitive-behavioral approach to therapy and believes successful therapy begins with a solid therapeutic relationship.
Julie earned her Bachelor's degree at Indiana University, Bloomington (2000). In 2013 she earned her Master of Social Work degree from Indiana University, South Bend. Julie has experience working in the field of Alzheimer's desease and related dementias. She is interested in working with caregivers through the stresses of caring for a loved one with a chronic illness.
Julie is married to her husband of ten years. Together, they are raising two young daughters.
Michelle Rehbein, MAEd, ECN, LCAC
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Michelle works with a variety of behavioral difficulties, addiction, grief / loss, conflict resolution and inter / intra personal skills. She has been in the education field since 1991. She is bilingual (Spanish, English) and lived in Mexico for 5 years. Michelle has experience with children, adolescents and parent-child relationships.
Michelle received her BA in education from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. She went on to receive her MA / ECN from the University of Phoenix and her Alcohol and Drug Addiction License from IUSB.
Michelle strives for an open and encouraging environment where all difficulties can be explored to gain insight on achieving a peaceful self through goal setting, cognitive behavior therapy and a client centered approach. It's important to have a sense of empowerment in one's own life.
Michelle is married and has two daughters.