Therapy where you need it, when you need it.
Access the right provider, regardless of geography.
Your mental health matters, regardless of how busy your schedule is. With our streamlined Telehealth options, we can meet you on your terms: when and where you need us. Whether you need the flexibility to squeeze a session into a busy workday or simply are unable to commute to one of our office locations, all of us at the clinic work with patients through Telehealth. Some people receive services entirely remotely, and others switch back and forth, preferring an occasional in-person contact when it works for them.
Stress, anxiety, depression and burnout have reached most of us in the past several years. Many people are receiving help for the first time, or re-engaging with therapy as they have hit a difficult chapter in life. If reaching out for a first visit seems more approachable on your terms, from the comfort of your own space, we are here for you. Feel free to reach out and schedule an initial appointment whenever you’re ready.
Meet your new guide to better mental health:
Read through our staff bios here, and start your journey today.
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David Hipes, MA
David works with individuals ages 18 and up and treats a variety of clinical issues including depression, anxiety, and neurological disorders (e.g. ADHD).
Samantha Kaminski, LCPC
Sam provides a holistic, person-centered, and spectrum-based perspective in the treatment of mood, personality, focus, and psychosis disorders of adolescents, young adults, adults, couples, and families.
Sarah Kroll, MSN, FNP-BC
Sarah Kroll, FNP-BC is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner with The LodeStone Center. She provides medication management services closely coordinated with our therapists in a client-centered and integrated approach to mental health.
Taylor Skinner, LPC
Taylor Skinner is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who earned her Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adler University. She works for The LodeStone Center as both an outpatient therapist and as the primary intake clinician.
Samantha Kurkjian, Psy.D.
Dr. Samantha Kurkjian is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Sport Psychologist who earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) and Sport Psychology from the Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Phoenix, Arizona. Sam works clinically with adults 18 and over and provides sport and performance services to athletes and performers of all ages.
Jordan Cart, Psy.D.
Dr. Jordan E. Cart is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who earned her doctoral (Psy.D.) degree in Clinical Psychology from Midwestern University. Jordan administers psychological assessments to clients of all ages. She also provides individual therapy services to adults with a variety of concerns.
Jessica Poncer, LCSW
Jessica primarily works with individuals age 10-years old and up, and specializes in individual therapy with adolescents and young adults.
Julie A. Peterson, Psy.D.
Dr. Peterson works with children, adolescents, and adults who struggle with symptoms of anxiety, mood-related disorders, trauma, special needs, and developmental disabilities.
Desiree Hawley, Psy.D., CEDS
Desiree’s primary goal as a clinician is to create a warm, supportive, and safe environment that promotes deeper exploration and understanding of one’s emotional experiences.
Krystyna Wojtowicz, LCPC
Krystyna Wojtowicz is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) who earned her Masters Degree (MA) in Clinical Psychology with a Child and Adolescent Specialization from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Pam McQuaid, LCSW
She has extensive experience with adolescents struggling with suicidal ideation, highly aggressive behaviors, and cutting behaviors.
Lisa Manhart, LCSW
She views her clients holistically, always considering their physical, social, spiritual, as well as emotional and psychological needs.
Karen Shockley, LCPC
She approaches therapy believing each client knows themselves best and helping each client discover their own answers and reach their goals.
Jennifer Roberts, Psy.D.
Dr. Roberts understands each client within the context of her/his challenges, and aims to offer interventions that not only build skills and strengthen coping, but also address contextual dynamics.
Erin Marek-Krawczyk, Psy.D.
Dr. Marek-Krawczyk addresses attention and learning difficulties, mood disorders and anxiety, social and behavioral difficulties, and developmental challenges related to Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Erin Troff, Ph.D., LCPC
Dr. Troff’s hope is that the knowledge and tools clients gain in therapy will facilitate continued growth and development after therapy is completed.
Erica Drzonek-Edwards, Psy.D.
Dr. Drzonek-Edwards provides client-centered and creative therapeutic services.
Daniel J. Kelly, Psy.D.
Therapy is generally of the longer-term variety with an emphasis on understanding the factors which help facilitate the maintenance of psychopathology.
Mark Kiel, Psy.D.
Dr. Mark Kiel provides psychological services from an insight-seeking approach that focuses on relationship and life patterns, existential principles, and systemic principles.
Theresa M. Schultz, Ph.D.
Dr. Schultz considers the personal, relational, social, spiritual, and cultural factors that influence mental and physical well-being.
Steven Hunter, LCSW, LMFT
Steven Hunter has been a therapist for 30 years and is known for his pragmatic approach and easy going style.
Heather Keppen, Ph.D., LCPC
Dr. Keppen helps her clients work through struggles they may be experiencing by helping them to identify areas they would like to grow or change.
Mandana Toosi, Ph.D. LCPC
Dr. Toosi believes that a non-judgmental therapeutic relationship is essential to meeting people “where they are” and finds that this helps create a path to both the authentic self and healthy relationships.
Lindsey Traudt, LCPC
Lindsey strongly believes that the therapeutic relationship is the start of any positive and successful therapy.
Sarah Jones, LCPC
Sarah believes that the therapeutic relationship is the forefront of therapy and the foundation for change.
Michelle Bidwell, Psy.D.
Dr. Bidwell believes that it is important to build a trusting relationship in therapy as a foundation for all clinical work.
Jeremy Bidwell, Ph.D., MSCP
Dr. Bidwell is a Licensed Prescribing Psychologist and Clinical Psychologist with The LodeStone Center. He provides both psychotherapy and medication management for a wide range of issues, and provides pharmacology consultation to other therapists both in and outside of our organization.
Sarah M. Jones, LCSW
Sarah’s clinical focus is on children and adults dealing with complicated relationships, family of origin issues, trauma, and …