Meet our Team
Robyn Crumpacker, MSW, LCSW, LCAC
“People will forget what you said. People will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou
As a therapist, I believe that the space in which you heal is of great importance. I strive to create a safe and supportive space for the healing process. We all have strengths, and I am here to help you acknowledge them as you begin to heal and grow in the direction you choose. I have a personal mantra to help others see their value, dignity, and worth.
Through my experience as a mental health and addictions counselor, I have had the pleasure of working with adults and teens who are working toward recovery of addiction, anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship issues. In addition to individual therapy, I have experience providing family and group therapies. In my 11 years in the social work field, I have provided these services in an office, community, hospital, and residential setting.
I believe in providing a collaborative and strengths-based approach when creating treatment goals and areas of focus for recovery. Being collaborative, I am able to tailor treatment to styles and modalities that fit your needs such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Cognitive Processing of Trauma. I will help you explore issues and develop solutions in a safe and supportive environment.
If you have identified a need for support to help sort through the unmanageable in your life and would like a collaborative partner in the process, come talk with me. Together, we will work to develop the tools and skills you need to heal and recover in the manner you choose.
Lacy Wells, MSW, LSW
I have always wanted to help others and provide them with hope. Through my role as a therapist I am able to collaborate with individuals and families on identifying treatment goals, increasing coping skills, and learning techniques to regulate emotions. I provide people with a supportive and non-judgmental environment, where they can share their thoughts and feelings. I worked for many years in early childhood education before completing my Graduate degree to become a Licensed Social Worker. I have experience working with young children, adults struggling with anxiety, depression, and substance use, as well as couples and families that are working to build better relationships. As a mother to two very busy daughters and a wife to my husband of 10 years, I understand fully how overwhelming it can be to juggle work, parenting, and family life. Let me help you in finding ways to balance your life by finding peace, improving overall wellness, and increasing happiness in relationships.
Jamie Selby, MSW, LCSW
"You can't go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending. "-CS Lewis
I have worked in a variety of therapeutic settings and with different populations. I started in community health with all populations, specifically severe and persistent mental illness and addictions. I have also spent time with young children (0-5yo), adolescence, and a short time within the prison system. I have a special interest in neurodiverse and psychosis. I have worked within a variety of systems including family, school, community, and Department of Child Services. Currently, I sit on the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) for Montgomery County and 2 other community boards.
I am a native to rural Indiana who has lived in a variety of areas across America, just to return back home to Indiana. As a non-traditional student, I enjoyed studying about how humans interact with the environments and how environments impact the humans. I continue to learn the importance of your brain and how amazing it is.
When I am not in the clinic setting, I am spending my time in a variety of ways. I enjoy spending time on the creek in a kayak, traveling, cooking and spending time with family. I have an appreciation for people finding their own path. My work is a passion to support people on their own journey.
As a therapist (and human), I am behaviorally based. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance Commitment Therapy seem to where I draw from the most with respect to the core values of social work (service, social justice, dignity and worth of the person, importance of human relationships, integrity, competence). I balance this with the psychoanalytical and humanistic theories as well to treat the whole human who shares space with me.