Megan Peck, MEd, MSW, LCSW

Megan Peck, MEd, MSW, LCSW

Owner, Mental Health Therapist

I went to school to learn how to be the “perfect” parent. I double-mastered in early childhood education and family psychotherapy. I spent 8 years studying and working in the most diverse and varied socio-economic part of the country. I worked in classrooms and became a licensed therapist. I dedicated the first decade of my career providing therapeutic and educational support in the community.

Kate Norman, MSW, LSW

Kate Norman, MSW, LSW

Mental Health Therapist
Briana Rowe, MSW, LCSW

Briana Rowe, MSW, LCSW

Mental Health Therapist

I’m an Indiana native, who graduated from Lawrence North High School and Indiana University Bloomington (go Hoosiers!). After graduating from IU with a degree in Psychology, I obtained my Master’s degree in Social Work. While obtaining this degree, I also had the opportunity of completing my fellowship in Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental & Related Disabilities [LEND] at the Riley Child…

Kennedy Conner, MC, LMHCA, ATR-P

Kennedy Conner, MC, LMHCA, ATR-P

Mental Health & Art Therapist

Initially, I earned my Bachelor of Fine Art degree from Ball State University and then entered directly into the Master of Fine Art program at Herron School of Art and Design. While at Herron I was able to teach classes and mentor undergraduate students, which allowed me to see that art is a uniform vehicle for communication, allowing those with different backgrounds, ideas, and beliefs to share a common language. I am the oldest of five, my mom is a therapist, and I spent my summers in college nannying or being a camp counselor. All of this and my experience at Herron cemented my decision to pursue my second Master of Art in mental health counseling and art therapy from the University of Indianapolis; the perfect way to combine my passion of helping and supporting others and the expressive arts.

Victoria Vance, LMHC candidate

Victoria Vance, LMHC candidate

Mental Health Graduate Intern

As long as I can remember I have always wanted to be in a career field where I can help others. It wasn’t until I went into my sophomore year at Indiana University (go Hoosiers!) that I knew psychology was the route for me, therefore lead me to studying clinical mental health counseling in graduate school at Marian University. I was/still am the friend that everyone comes to when they need to be heard or given support. So, when I decided to be a mental health therapist it wasn’t much of a surprise to everyone!

Grace Lucchese, MSW Candidate

Grace Lucchese, MSW Candidate

Mental Health Graduate Intern

I like to think of myself as a professional helper! For as long as I can remember I have always been the kind of person who others come to for help, advice, or just for a listening ear. It’s not a surprise to me that I ended up in this profession as social workers essentially are professional helpers.

Shelbi Gabbard, LMHCA, ATR-P

Shelbi Gabbard, LMHCA, ATR-P

Mental Health & Art Therapist

When I was young, volunteering at various local organizations fueled my passion to go into a profession where I could connect with those I work with and help those around me! This inspired me to go to Butler to pursue an education in psychology, neuroscience and art. While completing my degree at Butler I discovered how art can be therapeutic to others, which made me interested in looking into becoming a Certified Art Therapist. I found when researching how it resonated with me fitting all of my passions into one and I knew that was going to be my next step. During my time at Butler, I worked at an ABA center and learned so many skills while working with amazing families. Working here and helping families navigate their world was such an honor, and solidified the field I wanted to go into. I pursued my Master’s at the University of Indianapolis allowing me to apply to become a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Certified Art Therapist upon graduation. During my time at the University of Indianapolis, I interned with adults and children specifically in navigating cancer and other complex medical diagnoses.