India Hollis, lmftA
India (she/her) is graduate of Indiana University, with a BA in Psychology and African American Diaspora Studies. She holds an MS in Psychology and an MS.Ed in Education Counseling. India has worked in a variety of mental health settings including private practice, substance disorder treatment, child welfare and inpatient care. India has experience working with diverse populations of youth and adults with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress and self-worth challenges. She enjoys supporting clients in navigating stress, managing frustration and anger, building healthy relationships and achieving personal liberation. When she isn’t working, India spends time with loved ones, cooks and bakes, reads, goes horseback riding and travels. She has a beloved emotional support Yorkie named Duke.
Emily Kissner, MA, LPC
Emily Kissner (she/her/hers) is a Professional Counselor, multimedia artist, and activist. She holds a masters degree in art therapy from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). She specializes in working with clients seeking to alleviate mental health challenges including depression, anxiety, personality disorders, managing drug use, as well as complex trauma. Emily works from a feminist framework, is LGBTQA+ affirming and a poly, kink and sex work - aware provider. Emily uses evidence-based interventions from the fields of psychotherapy and art therapy to support clients in building positive coping tools, and deepening self-knowledge and understanding of their personal and interpersonal contexts.
Mary Mireles, LHMC, NCC
Mary Mireles (she/her) holds a MS from Indiana State University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has provided psychotherapy and advocacy in community mental health and University settings. She has particular clinical interest in body liberation, identity exploration, relationship issues, mood and anxiety disorders, LGBTQ+ concerns, complex trauma, and disordered eating. She is a trauma-informed Body Trust®️ Provider in training and works from a Health at Every Size framework. Mary prioritizes a genuine therapeutic relationship in order to create space for clients to explore their authentic selves.
Merissa Hauptstueck (she/her) is an Associate Mental Health Counselor with 4 years of experience working with diverse groups of clients in community mental health and educational settings. Merissa practices from a trauma-informed, feminist approach. Her clinical experience has focused on addressing issues of depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, PTSD, substance use and addiction, and physical and sexual abuse. Additionally, Merissa has extensive experience with and passion for individuals who have worked in the sex industry and/or who have experienced sexual exploitation. Merissa is an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and has a particular clinical interest in helping members of the queer community process family-of-origin concerns. Merissa strives to create a safe, supportive environment for clients to explore and integrate their identities.
Danielle Lannan, MSW
Danielle Lannan (she/her) is a Licensed Social Worker and LGBTQIAP+ ally. Danielle earned her Master of Social Work from Indiana State University with a concentration in mental health and addiction. She has particular interest and experience working alongside individuals with mood disorders, personality disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma, and substance use concerns. Danielle provides therapy from trauma-informed, person-centered, and attachment-based perspectives. She utilizes techniques from DBT, Motivational Interviewing, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Existentialism, and Gestalt Therapy. Danielle values collaboration and self-determination in a therapeutic partnership. Danielle aims to ensure a safe, non-judgmental space to assist individuals in exploring and building connections between their past, present, and future selves.
Merissa Haupsteuck, LMHCA
Natalie aragon, Lmhca
Natalie (she/her) is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate. She earned her master’s degree in counseling psychology at Ball State University with a concentration in rehabilitation counseling. Natalie has experience working with clients of various diverse backgrounds and has a passion for working with sexual, gender, and ethnic minorities. She has experience working with clients with anxiety, depression, PTSD, OCD, and other mental health disorders. Natalie utilizes a cognitive- behavioral approach and an interpersonal psychotherapy approach to help process emotions with an emphasis on open communication, setting healthy boundaries, and confidence building. Natalie likes to emphasize the importance of the therapeutic relationship and creates a safe and non-judgmental counseling environment to allow clients to share their mental health concerns comfortably.
Shelley Champion, lmhc
Shelley (she/her) earned her Master of Education Degree in Counseling and Human Development from Lindsey Wilson College, and has eight years of experience working in community mental health and private practice settings. She is part of, and feels honored to serve, members of the LGBTQ+ community. She works from a feminist, trauma-informed and harm reduction perspective. Shelley has experience working with clients navigating mood disorders, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress, executive dysfunction, personality disorders and addictive behaviors. Shelly is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and uses techniques from Emotionally-Focused Therapy, Relational Therapy and other evidenced-based practices. Shelley honors the opportunity to build therapeutic relationships with clients, and prioritizes authenticity and trust.
Bovary (she/her) is committed to facilitating a warm and welcoming onboarding experience at Heartland Healing. With over a decade of administrative experience, and undergraduate work focused on psychology and women’s studies, she is able to offer inclusive and accommodating support to any client in their search to find right therapist to meet their needs.