James Dowell

James Dowell

Mental Health Therapist

James is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. He enjoys working with youth of all ages and parents wanting to help their child understand themselves better. He loves to work with children who struggle with anxiety, depression, emotional regulation and struggles at school. He has been trained and utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy primarily but utilizes techniques from Dialectical Behavior Therapy, brain science, play and art therapies. He also uses his therapy dog to connect with kids and help them on their therapeutic journey.

Molly David

Molly David

Mental Health Therapist

I’ve always had a passion for helping others, especially children, navigate the complexities of their emotions and mental well-being. Witnessing the vulnerability and resilience of children inspired me to pursue a career in mental health therapy. I believe every child deserves a safe space to explore their thoughts and feelings, and I am dedicated to providing support and guidance to help them thrive emotionally and mentally.

Chelsea York

Chelsea York

Mental Health Therapist

Hello! My name is Chelsea and it’s so nice to meet you! I recognize that taking the step to participate in therapy can seem overwhelming, but I wholeheartedly believe that therapy doesn’t have to be a scary place, but a safe place for you to explore how you can go from a state of surviving to thriving.

Sarah Dube

Sarah Dube

Mental Health Therapist

Sarah is a licensed social worker who focuses on children, youth, and parents. Sarah specializes in working with anxiety, depression, trauma, life changes, and issues of self-esteem and self-confidence. Additionally, Sarah enjoys working with women navigating the ebbs and flows of postpartum and motherhood, and adults struggling with substance use.

Ginger Edwards

Ginger Edwards

Assistant Lead Mental Health Therapist

Ginger is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who specializes in helping children with behavioral challenges and unique needs to create positive changes across all areas of life—school, home, socially, and in the community. Her approach is holistic in nature. Ginger specializes in developing creative solutions for problematic behaviors and forming strong relationships with children and their parents.

Mary Tuttle

Mary Tuttle

Mental Health Therapist

Hi! my name is Mary Tuttle. I have been working with young children and their families for over 25 years. I have been an infant/toddler teacher, home visitor, private nanny, and owned my own home-based infant toddler center. In addition, I have taught parent infant education classes for 10 years. After years of working with families and seeing their frustrations at lack of mental health services, I decided to pursue my master’s in social work with an infant and early childhood mental health specialty.

Peyton Cunningham

Peyton Cunningham

Mental Health Therapist

Peyton is a licensed mental health counselor. She enjoys working with youth of all ages with complex trauma, mood disorders, impulse control and behavioral disorders, and attachment issues. She has received training in and utilizes CBT and trauma-focused CBT techniques, DBT and emotion regulation strategies, behavior management and skill development, and play therapy and art therapy techniques.

Melissa Grimes

Melissa Grimes

Lead Mental Health Therapist

Melissa’s specializes in working with children, teenagers, young adults and parents. In addition, being a mother herself, she enjoys working with women as they are navigating the challenges of motherhood and self-identity. Melissa also has a passion in helping teenagers and young adults navigate life transitions as she believes that these provide powerful opportunities for self-growth.

Tianna Ceaser

Tianna Ceaser

Mental Health Therapist

Tiana enjoys helping children and adolescents ages 8-18 develop life skills. She has experience helping adolescents dealing with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and stress. She enjoys helping younger children who benefit from additional support in learning how to regulate their emotions. She primarily relies on CBT and strength-based approaches.

Priscilla Moore

Priscilla Moore

Mental Health Therapist

Hi, my name is Priscilla! I found my calling to Social Work, and the rest was history. I graduated with my Master’s in Occupational Therapy Science in May of 2016 from Chicago State University. My first degree, however, was a B.A. in Telecommunications in 2004 from Ball State University in Muncie, IN.