Our Therapists

Amber Loewenstein, LCPC

Amber Loewenstein is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. She graduated from Indiana State University with a B.S. in Business Administration and a M.S. in Counseling Psychology. Amber practices from a holistic approach that considers how physical, mental, and emotional factors contribute to overall wellbeing. Sessions are adapted to meet each individual's needs, but tend to be goal-oriented to provide relief from immediate stressors while exploring to discover and resolve underlying causes of stress.

Areas of specialty include anxiety, PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder), OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder), depression and bipolar disorders, eating disorders, adolescent issues, conflict resolution, anger management, stress management, adjustment to major life changes, Cognitive-Behavioral therapy for insomnia, migraines, and other stress-related health issues, and strategies for pain management.

Lindsay Moore, LCPC

Lindsay is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. She utilizes a number of different techniques including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Play Therapy. Areas of experience include: Child or Adolescent Issues, Emotional Disturbances, Anger Management, Anxiety, ADHD, Coping Skills, Behavioral issues, Impulse Control disorders, Career Counseling, Family Conflict, Relationship Issues, and Mood Disorders.

Sonnia Schroeder, MS, RYT 200

Sonnia graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a B.S. in Social Sciences and a M.S. in School Counseling. She is also a Registered Yoga Instructor through Yoga Alliance receiving her RYT 200 level training at Invoke Studio in Indianapolis. Sonnia offers counseling as well as private restorative yoga sessions. Sonnia's area of focus comes from a holistic approach in creating mind-body awareness and coping with everyday life stressors in order to help cultivate an overall sense of well-being and purpose. Her areas of interest lie in the foundation of neuroscience and healing from trauma or other adverse life events which can manifest in the body.

Lisa Combs, LCSW

Lisa is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been working with adolescents and children for over 20 years. She specializes in depression, anxiety, grief and loss, substance abuse, and adjustment to change. Her favorite thing about working with children is helping them discover their own unique ways to cope with difficult situations.

Lisa is also an author! Her book, Hope ... Anyway (published in 2018) is a book for preteens and adolescents and explores how a family unit is affected by the disease of alchoholism, and the changes that can come from recovery. Violet the Snowgirl, to be released in November 2020, is a children's book that uses the simple analogy of the life of a snowman (or snowgirl in Violet's case!) in order to address the difficult feelings that come from loss, and explores how to cope with those feelings.

Beth Tabbert, LCPC

Beth received her MA in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University and specializes in treating depression, anxiety, and mood disorders. Her therapeutic approach is Person Centered and focuses on personal growth and self acceptance while utilizing CBT and DBT techniques. Beth treats adults and teens ages 16 and up.



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Danville, IL 61832

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