Online Family Counseling Staff
Meet our Online Family Counselors
Serving families outside of Indiana.
Brooke Sellhorn, M.A., LMFT – Therapist & Clinical Director of Crosswinds Family Counseling
Brooke Sellhorn graduated with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College. She has been a state board approved Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since 2011. She has ten years of experience working with children that have difficult behaviors, emotional issues, attachment problems, anger, ADHD, depression, sexual issues, and a history of trauma. Brooke is trained in attachment-based interventions, crisis management, family systems, and trauma. She also has experience coaching parents to develop structure in their home and to build stronger relationships with their children. Brooke is a certified SYMBIS (Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts) clinician and has worked with numerous couples to improve their relationships through pre-marital and marital counseling. She approaches clients from a Christian worldview, integrating Biblical truths and the story of redemption as she works with them to heal and to restore relationships. She has worked with many types of families, including adoptive, blended, and foster, to address problems and to draw them closer together.
Tim LaGro, M.A., LMHC
Tim has a Master’s of Arts Degree in Clinical Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary. He is a Licensed Mental Health Clinician. Tim works with all ages but particularly enjoys helping other men, teens and families. He has extensive experience with probation, bipolar, borderline personalities, suicidal ideation, crisis management, boarding schools and oppositional defiance.
Michelle Forgey, M.A., LMHC — Therapist
Michelle is an Indiana state board approved Licensed Mental Health Counselor since 2015, a Georgia state board Licensed Professional Counselor since 2016, and a Registered Play Therapist with the Association of Play Therapy. In addition, Michelle is an Ordained Minister. She specializes in the treatment of children, adolescents, teens, and their families. Michelle received her Master’s in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. In addition, she completed MNU’s extensive and intensive play therapy program. She has also received additional training in Telemental health, Filial Therapy, Sand Tray Therapy, Art Therapy, PTSD, RAD, Addictions, Marriage Therapy, and Effects of Deployment on the Military and their family.
Michelle has extensive experience in individual, marriage and family, and addictions counseling while working in a number of therapeutic settings including an intensive residential program, in-home services, and outpatient services. In addition, she has vast experience in working with families of all types and shapes including but not limited to: foster families, adoptive families, blended families, and traditional families.
Michelle had a passion for assisting clients in succeeding in all areas of life. She strives to accomplish this by developing a comprehensive and unique treatment plan for each client, having routine caregiver meetings if applicable, and implementing the treatment plan efficiently to increase success rates. She strives to be creative in her interventions and empower clients. Michelle would consider it a privilege to be able to work with you and your family.
Shannon Brady, M.S. –Therapist
Shannon received her Master’s of Science degree in Mental Health Counseling, from the University of Saint Francis. Shannon has experience working with all age and socio-economic groups in individual, family, marriage and group therapy. Shannon has worked with adolescents, children and families who have serious emotional and behavioral problems. She has completed specialized training in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy and has done specialized work with people that have experienced incidents of trauma: including physical, sexual or emotional abuse, accidents, injuries or any life threatening event. She has experience helping with issues such as ADHD, behavioral issues, social skills, anger management and sexually inappropriate behaviors, along with chronic mental health issues. Shannon also has past experience working with Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, providing individuals and groups with skills training and support. Additionally, Shannon has experience working with children and families within the Autism spectrum disorder to learn coping skills, provide tools, and support the parents.
Shanna Keller, M.A. – Therapist
Shanna received her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary. She is currently a Psy.D. Doctoral Candidate at Fuller, with 4 completed years of Doctoral level training in Los Angeles, CA. Shanna’s background includes 3 years of experience providing in-home therapeutic services to children and families dealing with developmental and Autism Spectrum disorders, attachment issues, boundary setting, social skills, and behavioral problems. Through the use of modeling, parent coaching, and strengthening parenting skills: Shanna helps equip parents to foster positive relationships and attachment bonds with their children. She also has experience working with diverse mood disorders, including anxiety, depression, and bipolar, as well as everyday difficulties that accompany chronic mental illness. In addition, Shanna has worked with adults and college/university students on problems related to sexual health, sexual identity, substance abuse, and facing the difficult questions about direction, purpose, and independence. Shanna hopes to journey with clients to improve the quality of their lives and relationships with spouses, family, friends, and God, which can suffer under the stresses of emotional pain and unresolved issues.
T. Martin Graverson, M.A. – Therapist
Marty graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University with a BS in psychology and from Grace College with a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. Marty has been working with youth and families for over five years. As a professional counselor, Marty has worked with individuals, couples, and families toward wholeness and interpersonal competence as they navigate through the transitions and changes that life encompasses. Marty desires to foster growth through a personally devoted, deeply committed, and genuine therapeutic relationship. Marty is gifted in addressing a spectrum of personal and family issues, marriage conflict, trauma, sexual issues, and helping adolescents better develop a sense of self. Marty works with clients to realize that although we cannot always control what happens in life, we have the inner strength and wisdom within ourselves to heal, persevere, and grow through our circumstances.