Our Vision: To be a center of excellence, delivering state-of-the-art mental health treatment, that empowers individuals or families to achieve recovery and serves to promote personal and community wellness.
Our Mission: To ensure that individuals of all ages experiencing mental illness and serious emotional or behavioral disturbances can better manage, achieve their hopes and dreams and quality of life goals, and live, work and participate in their community. We value the strengths and assets and strive to tailor treatment to each individual and family.
Cheryl L Mansell, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker and founder of New Outlook Counseling Center, Inc. She received her Master's degree from Western Michigan University where her concentration was on Children and Adolescents. She has worked in a variety of facilities where she has spent her time cultivating her skills and abilities as a therapist. She has been through the Foundational and the Advanced Intensive DBT training, received her certificate in Collaborative Divorce Training, taken Level 1 of Theraplay and has been trained in play therapy and working towards her Registered Play therapist Certification.
Rhonda J Souder, LMHC received her specialist’s of education degree in counseling from the University of Louisville. Rhonda has been providing counseling services to individuals, couples and families since 1996. She has worked in a variety of settings including a university counseling center, a community agency, and in private practice.She is qualified to counsel adults and adolescents with a variety of mental health issues.
Tony Hinz, LMHC received his Masters at Indiana University. He is trained in EMDR which helps individuals deal with their trauma. He enjoys working with clients from 8 on up.
Nicole Love, LCSW earned a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Southern Indiana in 2015. Additionally, she has a Master of Science in Early Childhood Education, Curriculum and Instruction that she earned from Southern Illinois University of Carbondale in 2007. Nicole's ideal clients are anyone that is seeking change and looking to tackle areas in their life that they realize are getting in the way of having healthy functioning relationships. She has experience working with young children, adolescents, adults, families, and seniors in a diverse range of issues.
Gloria Thompson, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker. She received her Master's degree from Indiana University. She has spent her post graduate years working with people of all ages which provides her with a diverse background. Her focus is in helping adults with mental health and substance abuse issues.
Mark Collins, LCSW earned a Masters of Social Work from Fordham University in New York in 2015. In his internship he had experience working with individuals dealing with addictions and going through recovery. He has worked within the community mental health system providing evaluations and therapy. He works with couples and has completed level two of the Gottman training. He works with ages 14 and up and enjoys working with couples in premarital counseling.
Molly E. McKelfresh, LMHC graduated from Indiana University with a Master's in Counseling and Counselor Education. She has worked in a variety of settings including inpatient hospital, outpatient center, within schools, and currently at a University counseling Center. Molly sees children 8 and up, adolescents, and adults with a variety of mental health concerns. She adapts her approach to meet the client's needs but has a particular interest in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, DBT, and Interpersonal Process Approach.
Sandra "Mary" McKinney, LMFT LCSW has over 35 years of experience in the field. She received her Masters in social work at IUPUI in Indianapolis. Her diverse experience includes working in community mental health, child and family services, medical settings, and services to individuals with cognitive and developmental disabilities. She sees individuals, children, families and couples. She teaches skills based in cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, trauma informed therapy, problem solving and solution focused therapies.
Brandon Muncy, LMHC received both of his masters degrees at Indiana University. His work has primarily taken place at colleges and culture centers. Brandon is able to work with a diverse range of ages: children 8+ to older adults, and has a great berth of experience with minority populations. Brandon is trained in EMDR and utilizes an integrated approach to therapy spanning both cognitive behavioral and relational models of therapy, and can work with a broad range of client challenges for both individuals and couples.
Lindsay Wiggs, MA is a 2019 graduate of Bradley University's mental health counseling program with a focus in neurocounseling; understanding the anatomy of the brain and how it affects all behavior. Lindsay has a background in working with individuals with developmental and intellectual diagnoses. She takes an integrative approach to counseling and enjoys finding an individual plan for each of her clients. She has experience with clients of all ages and needs, and has received training and supervision in play therapy techniques, risk management, and trauma informed care.
Judith Goodwin, CNS, has joined New Outlook Counseling Center after being at Meadows Hospital for over 11 years. She will offer medication and medication management for individuals who are currently in therapy and those willing to seek therapy. She is unable to see individuals with severe mental illness due to the scope of private practice resources. Clients seen outside of the practice are to have their current therapist send their evaluation, any screenings or tests, as well as the referral form.
Amy Miller, LMFT MDiv RPT is a graduate of Christian Theological Seminary and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has worked in a variety of settings since 2006. She is is a registered play therapist. Her experience has been working with all ages.
Melody Miller-Hufstedler, LMFT graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2012. She provides counseling for adolescents, adults and couples. While she works with a range of diagnoses her special interests are in maternal mental health, military family and spouses and teens with anxiety.
Kristin Butler, MA, LMHC, CSAYC received her Master of Arts degree in Counseling in 2008 from Asbury Theological Seminary and her Bachelor of Arts from Western Kentucky University in Psychology and Religious Studies in 2003. Kristin is certified in working with youth who have sexual behavior problems and completed her certification (CSAYC) in 2010 and is currently a CSAYC instructor for others who are going through the certification process. She enjoys working with youth and their families who are trying to find better ways of coping and communicating with one another. Kristi works with kids who are struggling with anxiety, depression, and experiences of trauma, sexual behavior problems, substance abuse issues, family discord, and impulse control problems.
Mikaela Gilstrap is the Administrative Assistant based in the main office in Bloomington however provides support for the Greenwood office as well. She assists in the daily functions of the office by assisting clients and the clinicians.
Misty Perez is the Administrative Medical Assistant to Judy Goodwin. She assists Judy by obtaining vital signs, and performing any other administrative duties needed to best serve the clients. She also provides back up to the Bloomington and Greenwood offices.
Mary Beth Miller is the Administrative Assistant based in the office in Greenwood however provides support for the Bloomington office as well. She assists in the daily functions of the office by assisting clients and the clinicians.