Our Team

Holly Homan

Holly Homan

What happens after substance abuse treatment ends? It is common that standard treatment ends, a lot of unresolved issues still need to be addressed. Building trust, addressing and resolving resentments, support for family members, addressing the needs of the children and establishing new expectations can be difficult without ongoing support. How do you handle a relapse or feeling guarded? Couples begin to identify underlying issues that come to the surface after beginning on the path of sobriety.

Getting sober is the start, but it’s not the end. After 15 years of experience working with families, adolescents, women, and people experiencing trauma, I have developed a passion for making sure that recovery equals quality of life for everyone involved in the recovery process.

I provide substance abuse evaluations, individual and couple’s therapy, and group workshops addressing a variety of topics. I am also EMDR trained to help process the trauma/anxiety/and cravings.

Please note: I currently only have daytime appointments available Monday -Friday. Contact us to find an appointment time that works for you!

In addition to counseling, I love providing educational training, speaking engagements, and presentations to anyone wanting more information regarding trauma, grief, substance abuse, and how to implement preventative measures. I’ve spoken at a variety of conferences, schools, and companies. Please contact me for any speaking engagement needs!


Some fun facts about me:

  • If I could be any animal, I would be a lioness – fierce, feminine, independent, protector and nurturer, strong and ambitious.
  • If I could have an endless supply of Nutella crêpes with strawberries and bananas – I would be the happiest person EVER.
  • If I wasn’t a therapist, I would love to be a fortune cookie writer or someone that names nail polish.
Liza Jarrett

Liza Jarrett

I am an Art Therapist and Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate. I am also trained in EMDR. I enjoy working with individuals suffering from addiction, poor coping skills, codependency, low self-esteem, anxiety, grief and loss, and depression. I utilize an interactive or hands-on approach in which clients begin to explore healthy coping skills to manage stressors, triggers, and cravings. In addition, I work to explore improving relationships through teaching individuals how to establish boundaries, and empower independence.

As an Art Therapist, I utilize a variety of art media to explore current and past issues, and allow the creative process to initiate exploration of emotions. Additionally, I utilize traditional talk therapy approaches through a person-centered model to address addictions and related issues.

Some details about me:

  • If I had to eat one meal for the rest of my life… it would be tacos.
  • If I weren’t a therapist, I would own my own recording studio and listen to people make amazing music all day long.
  • If I had to be an animal, I’d be a flamingo that is unbalanced and awkward.
Kathi Bledsoe

Kathi Bledsoe

Depression, anxiety, trauma, and daily stress can strike anyone, at any time.

Since 2006, I have worked with people of all walks of life to provide a supportive and non-judgmental, safe environment to address these issues. As your therapist, I am very down to earth and easy to talk to, and I want you to feel safe and able to express yourself as you are.

I use a wide range of evidenced-based treatment modalities to best meet your needs and to achieve your goals. Call or email to set up an appointment and we can talk more!!

A few things about me:

  • I would eat any kind of Mexican food every day for the rest of my life!! It’s my absolute favorite!!
  • If I wasn’t a therapist, I would be an owner of a clothing boutique. I love clothes and fashion!
  • The weirdest food I have had is tofu… it was unexpected, and I immediately spit it out and said, “ewww, that’s not meat!”
Stephanie Kurrus

Stephanie Kurrus

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and trained in EMDR. Since 2013, I have specialized in working with individuals with substance use disorders and/or mental health disorders. I have experience working in a group, individual, or family setting. I was called to this field, because I have a passion to help individuals and families who are struggling to overcome obstacles and move forward with a new sense of hope and understanding.

I’m particularly interested in working with individuals with addictions, depression, anxiety, trauma, and faith issues. In working with you, I will utilize a holistic approach and enjoy being creative in the process of getting to know you and exploring your goals for therapy. My goal is to use client-centered approaches to help empower you to take control in addressing the areas of your life you want to modify and remodel.

Some details about me:

  • If I had to eat one food for the rest of my life… it would be pickles! I can eat pickles with any meal, and I’m never afraid to try it in new ways.
  • If I weren’t a therapist, I would make and sell handmade crafts, cookies, or cakes. I love to create and make things with my own hands.
  • If I had to be an animal, I’d definitely be an owl. I am a night owl. I also have good hearing, and like some owls, I love fish.
Susan Kelley

Susan Kelley

I don’t believe in good or bad feelings, and I don’t believe in positive or negative coping skills. I do believe all of our emotions serve a purpose and all of our coping skills are survival strategies. Our work is to listen to the messages our feelings are conveying and to identify the needs our coping skills are meeting. Healing involves resolving past trauma, understanding and honoring our feelings, and discovering healthy ways to meet our needs. The deepest healing occurs on several levels and I incorporate emotional, cognitive and somatic therapies into my practice.

I’m non-judgmental and approach my clients with curiosity and warmth. I listen to the things you say, the way you say those things, and also to what you’re not saying. Together we will explore who you are as a unique individual as well as who you are in the context of your family, work and social environments.

I’m a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor, working in the field since 2009. My background is helping clients who experience substance use disorders, trauma, anxiety, depression and adjustment disorders. I’ve worked in treatment centers in Indianapolis and Los Angeles providing group, couples, family and individual therapy.

I’m trained in EMDR and I also use person-centered therapy, positive psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, dialectical behavioral therapy and somatic therapy.

My goal is to help you achieve a life full of joy and meaning.

Random facts about me:

  • If I wasn’t a therapist, I’d own an independent bookstore and do Tarot readings in the back.
  • New Orleans is my favorite city and if it weren’t for the heat and hurricane season, I’d live in a little apartment in the French Quarter.
  • If I could eat one type of food for the rest of my life, it would be Indian – the spicier, the better.