Our Therapists

Deidra T. Rausch, PhD, LMFT, Executive Director


Deidra T. Rausch is the Founder and Executive Director of The Cabin. Deidra holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Purdue University and a Master of Science in Nursing from Indiana University.

A licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) in Indiana, she is also a clinical member and Approved Supervisor of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. She belongs to the American Association of Christian Counselors. She is co-author of “The Fertility Guide” and is a sought-after lecturer on the topics of infertility, marriage, and self-care.

Deidra has been providing therapy to individuals, couples, and families since 1990. She has clinical experience in marital conflict and distress, infertility, sexuality, bereavement, women’s issues, marital enhancement, and life coaching. She has been providing supervision to therapists in training and in seeking licensure since 1996.

Zionsville office

Sally Bias, LCSW


Sally Bias, MSW, holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from IUPUI and a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Ball State University. Sally is passionate about working on women’s and children’s issues, and infertility.

Zionsville office

Sherrie L. Bloemendaal, MSW, LCSW


Sherrie earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from Indiana University and is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) in Indiana. Her clinical experience includes child and adolescent issues, self-injuring, eating disorders, parenting, family and marital conflict and distress, infertility, depression, and EMDR. Sherrie frequently speaks to groups about parenting, grandparenting and teen issues.

Zionsville office


Hollyn Swider LCSW, Major Gifts Officer


Hollyn Swider, MSW, LCSW earned her Bachelors in Social Work and Masters in Social Work degrees at the Indiana University School of Social Work. Her professional background includes psychotherapy in the school and private practice settings as well as psychosocial interventions in the hospital setting. She has clinical experience in helping individuals and families address issues related to family life transitions, grief and loss, domestic violence, sexual assault/abuse, women's issues, caregiver burnout, medical trauma, depression, anxiety, stress management, parenting concerns, behavioral concerns and emotional regulation. 

Hollyn primarily utilizes principles and techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Family Systems Therapy. She emphasizes a collaborative approach in problem-solving and treatment planning. She is currently training to become a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist with the Trauma-Informed Practices & Expressive Arts Therapy Institute. Hollyn believes integrating expressive arts modalities with the traditional talk therapy process can facilitate a unique form of therapeutic expression and healing. 

Zionsville office

Jill McKinney, LMHC


Jill holds a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University and a Bachelor’s degree from DePauw University. She is licensed mental health counselor in Indiana. She has worked with children, adolescents and families for the last 15 years.  Her clinical experiences include working with anxiety, depression, ADHD, coping skills, grief, family conflict, peer relationships, suicidal ideation, school issues, self-esteem, stress, self-harm and trauma. 

Zionsville office

Bryan “Rob” Kern, MA, LMHC


Rob holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Grace College and Theological Seminary and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Purdue University. He is a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) in Indiana.

Rob specializes in adventure therapy, children and adolescents, anxiety, depression, anger management, school performance, self-esteem building, pre-marital counseling, marital/couples counseling, parenting and grandparenting, divorce recovery, family conflict, blended family transitions, grief and loss, spiritual development, men’s issues, pornography addiction, suicide prevention, and life-coaching.

Zionsville office


Laurie Kirkpatrick, MEd, BSE, LMHC


Laurie is a Gallup® Certified Strengths Coach and earned her Master’s degree in School Counseling from the University of Northern Iowa in 2004. Laurie has over 15 years of experience as a teacher, guidance counselor, and as director of counseling services and assistant dean at Upper Iowa University.

Laurie has 12 years of experience in providing therapeutic counseling for issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship and adjustment issues. Laurie is especially passionate about and experienced with helping teens and young adults understand and develop their natural strengths and coping mechanisms so that they may achieve optimal performance in their personal and professional lives. Laurie is also certified by the Professional Christian Coaching and Counseling Academy as a Grief and Joy Restoration Coach.

Zionsville office

Shar’ron Mason, MA, LMFT


Shar’ron Mason has a passion for helping families, couples and individuals to become their best selves and to live fulfilling lives.  It is Shar’ron’s desire to create an atmosphere of safety and trust in which each client is able to engage in generative conversations that bring them closer to where they desire to be.  Shar’ron received her Masters of Art Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Christian Theological Seminary and is currently a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Indiana.  Shar’ron has clinical experience in the areas of couple/marital conflict/distress, adolescent issues, family conflict/distress, transition/adjustment issues for men and women, substance abuse, and grief.  

Shar’ron published her first book, Marriage Ain’t for Punks, in 2015 and enjoys using it as a platform for equipping, preparing and maintaining healthy relationships.  She recently published her second book, Even Boss Ladies Need a Break, March 2019 and uses it to support women in making their health and well-being a priority and putting themselves on the front burner.  

Shar’ron enjoys facilitating workshops and retreats that focus on healthy relationships and self-love. She is a wife, a mother, and a grandmother and enjoys spending time with her family and friends in her spare time.

Zionsville office

Laura Weaver, MA, LMHC


Laura completed her Master's degree in School Counseling from Indiana University in 2009. She continued coursework through Indiana University and Butler University specializing in the field of mental health and is licensed as a Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the state of Indiana. She has 16 years of experience working with youth, young adults, and families. Laura uses a combination of empathy and self-compassion as she journeys alongside individuals while they process their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. She believes that as individuals experience a greater understanding of themselves, they will ultimately gain the confidence and strength to achieve their unique potential.

Her experience includes therapeutic interventions for ADHD, anxiety, coping skills, emotional regulation, depression, family conflict, learning disabilities, peer relationships, self-esteem, school issues, self-harm, and trauma. She is trained as an EMDR therapist and will incorporate techniques from Adventure Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy in her work with each client. 

Zionsville office


Roger L. Outcalt, LCSW, LCAC, ACSW, CAMS-II


Roger obtained his Master’s in Social Work from Indiana University in 1977. He is certified by the National Association of Social Workers (ACSW) and is licensed in Indiana as both a clinical social worker (LCSW) and an addictions counselor (LCAC). He is certified by the National Anger Management Association as an anger management counselor (CAMS-II).

Roger provides marital therapy, extra-marital affair recovery, premarital counseling, and individual therapy for a wide range of issues. Since 1997, he has served substance-abusing men, women and adolescents whose addictions are exacerbated by mental illness, grief, abuse, molestation, rape, anger, and low self-esteem. In 2006, Roger expanded his range of addiction services to include pornography and gambling.

Zionsville office

Anne W. Collins, MA


Anne W. Collins earned her masters degree in Art Therapy from Indiana University-Purdue University and Herron School of Art and Design and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the College of Charleston. Anne is currently pursuing her mental health counseling licensure in Indiana. She has clinical experience in depression, anxiety, coping skills, grief, loss, trauma, addictions and women’s issues. Anne incorporates a collaborative approach to therapy and also uses mindfulness, art and movement to encourage clients to find insight and promote healing.

Westfield office

Lauren B. Glanders, EdS, LMHC


Lauren B. Glanders earned her Master’s and Specialist degrees in Counseling from Indiana University and is a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) in Indiana. Lauren specializes in individual (child, adolescent, adult) and family counseling. She has clinical experience in depression, anxiety, self-harm, suicidal ideation, school and transitional issues, self-esteem, grief and loss, trauma, early substance use interventions and family conflict.

Westfield office

Caitlin Bradley, MSW, LCSW


Caitlin earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). She has been working with adults and adolescents for over 10 years. Caitlin’s clinical experiences include working with depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and mood disorders with a specialization in working with disorders related to trauma and attachment including PTSD and more recently other dissociative disorders including Dissociative Identity Disorder. She has worked with clients with a variety of traumatic life experiences including childhood abuse (physical, sexual, emotional, and verbal) and emotional neglect as well as adult experiences such as car accidents, domestic violence, and high stress careers that can cause trauma. Caitlin also has experience working with LGBTQ individuals and the issues specific to this population.

Caitlin is trained in the trauma therapy EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) and also incorporates techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Attachment-Focused EMDR, and Ego State Therapy in her work with each client. She is a member of EMDRIA (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing International Association) as well as ISSTD (International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation). Caitlin is currently working towards her EMDR certification and is also working towards becoming a Certified First Responder Counselor. In addition, she is a certified yoga instructor and specializes in offering Trauma Sensitive Yoga.

Caitlin is passionate about collaborating with clients to utilize their strengths to understand and change the thought and behavior patterns they learned in an effort to survive the difficult life experiences they went through. She enjoys working with clients to help them finally leave their past in the past so they can live contently in their present.

Westfield office

Drew Good , LMHC, NCC


Drew earned his Master’s degree in Counseling from Indiana University. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in Indiana and a National Certified Counselor (NCC).

Drew believes therapy is a joint venture between the client and therapist and emphasizes the importance of building strong rapport throughout the therapeutic process. He believes everyone has the resources within themselves that aid and direct their journey towards growth and healing. He is currently training to become a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Drew believes the combination of talk therapy and personal training modalities can elicit alternative ways of processing one’s circumstances and increase their level of autonomy and self-determination.

Drew predominantly utilizes principles and techniques drawn from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person-centered Therapy, Strengths-based Therapy and Family Systems Therapy. His experience includes therapeutic interventions for depression, anxiety, stress, marital/couples conflict, family conflict, peer relational issues, self-esteem, self-harm, suicidal ideation, trauma, sexuality, emotional regulation, coping skills and ADHD.

Westfield office


Our Support Staff

Allison Maines, Practice Manager

Jessica Froelich, Administrative Carla Strawmyer, Administrative Assistant Assistant

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Allison joined The Cabin in July 2016 with more than 15 years of experience in the critical care medical field. She was born and raised in Carmel and studied Nursing at IUPUI.   Allison resides in Westfield with her husband Tim, their daughter, Bella and their dog, Binkley. They enjoy spending time with family and friends, entertaining, working on house projects, Cheering for the Colts and traveling.