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Mary L. Sanders, Ph.D., HSPP
Mary L. Sanders, Ph.D., HSPP, has been in private practice since 1981, first in California and, since 1992, in Indianapolis. She earned her A.B. degree at Washington University, St. Louis, and her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees at University of California, Riverside. Dr. Sanders works both with children and adults, providing evaluations, individual, couples, and family therapy, and consultations to schools and other organizations, such as the Indiana University School of Medicine Cochlear Implant Program. She serves as a mental health neutral with collaborative law cases, and conducts custody and other evaluations for the courts. Dr. Sanders has a special interest and experience in working with gifted learners.


Daniel H. Stauber, M.S., LCSW
Daniel H. Stauber, M.A., LCSW, has been working at Community Psychological Consultants since 2002. He has a bachelor’s degree from Wabash College and a master’s degree from Ball State University. He previously worked at Midtown Community Mental Health Center as a clinician, multi-team director, and training and education coordinator. He specializes in treating children and adolescents with behavior problems, attention deficit disorder, and autism spectrum disorder. He works with adults with issues with depression, anxiety, stress management, and parenting issues.


Jacqueline L. Hess, Psy.D., HSPP
Jacqueline L. Hess, Psy.D. HSPP has worked at CPC since 1995. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Bucknell University, a Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling and Administration from Southern Illinois University, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Wright State University. She works with couples who are having relationship difficulties and adults who are experiencing depression, anxiety or trauma-related issues, evaluates and provides therapy for individuals who are considering or have had bariatric surgery, and specializes in the treatment of chronic pain. In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Hess is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Indianapolis.

Jennifer L. Godar, Psy.D., HSPP
Jennifer L. Godar, Psy.D., HSPP is a licensed clinical psychologist providing services for children, adolescents, adult women, and families. Dr. Godar completed her Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis. Dr. Godar joined Community Psychological Consultants in 2010. Prior to joining our practice, she provided services to individuals of all ages within a community mental health center. She has had previous experiences working within an outpatient hospital facility, group private practice, geriatric facility, and school setting. She is a member of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Godar has significant experience in conducting psychological evaluations and providing therapy (individual, family, and group) for children, adolescents, and adult women with a variety of concerns throughout the community. Dr. Godar has a special interest in the evaluation and treatment of anxiety disorders, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, depression, social problems, stress management, adjustment disorders, and learning difficulties. Dr. Godar incorporates a canine companion into the treatment process.

Bryn W. Dungan, Psy.D., HSPP

Bryn W. Dungan, Psy.D., HSPP is a licensed clinical psychologist providing services for adolescents and adults. Dr. Dungan completed a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Waterloo in Canada, a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis. She joined Community Psychological Consultants in 2011. Prior to joining CPC, Dr. Dungan provided services to adolescents and adults in a variety of settings including hospital (inpatient and outpatient), community mental health, college counseling and forensic settings. Dr. Dungan works primarily with adolescents and adults providing individual, couples and family therapy. She also has significant experience with completing psychological evaluations and bariatric evaluations. She has experience and interest in the evaluation and treatment of depression, anxiety, social problems, grief and loss, relationship problems, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, learning disabilities, adjustment disorders, health related issues and pain management concerns.

Sarah Brown, Psy.D., HSPP
Sarah Brown, Psy.D., HSPP, is a licensed clinical psychologist who joined Community Psychological Consultants in 2015. Dr. Brown completed a Bachelor of Arts from Bowdoin College and obtained her Master of Arts and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis. Prior to joining CPC, Dr. Brown completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Riley Child Development Center at Riley Hospital, and also provided services in community mental health and therapeutic preschool settings. Dr. Brown works primarily with children and adolescents providing individual therapy, family therapy, and psychological evaluation services. She has experience and interest with a variety of presenting concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma, Autism Spectrum Disorder, behavior problems, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and parenting issues. She has a special interest and experience working with young children and their families.

Randee L. Kleeman, M.S., CCC/SLP

Randee Kleeman is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist with 16 years of experience evaluating and treating individuals with a variety of communication disorders.  Her passion has led her to serve children and adults on the autism spectrum and those with social learning challenges whose families seek support with relationships and social connectedness. In addition to presenting locally to educators and families in the Zionsville/Carmel areas, Mrs. Kleeman has published in Autism Companion, been awarded grants, and is a member of the Indiana Autism Leadership Team.  She attended the Social Thinking ® Clinical Training program and has extensive experience in evaluating and treating individuals of all ages with social learning challenges through individual and group work. Mrs. Kleeman is thrilled to partner with Community Psychological Consultants and lead social learning groups.

Katherine Glaser, LCSW

Katherine Glaser, LCSW has joined out practice at Community Psychological Consultants starting this August. She provides assessment and therapy to children and adults of all ages. Her practice style is an eclectic approach using cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal, mindfulness, art and play therapy,and the strengths perspective. Mrs. Glaser received her BSW and MSW from Indiana University and has worked in a variety of mental health settings since then. She received her LCSW in 2007. Her focus initially was working as an in home therapist with children and families, then a therapist in a community mental health setting. She then started her career at the VA where she worked with the OEF/OIF/OND Veterans, suicide prevention, homeless Veterans and then here in Indianapolis on the acute psychiatric unit at the VA. After leaving Government service she started working at a private practice in Noblesville, IN. She now comes to us at Community Psychological Consultants as a mental health therapist for children, teens, adults, and couples. Mrs. Glaser enjoys working with a wide variety of ages and mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, parenting and childhood issues. In her back-ground she has had in-depth training with DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy) and trauma work.

Rachel Feldwisch, Ph.D., MA, LMHC, ATR-BC

Bio coming soon

Lindsay Hallett, Psy.D.

Lindsay Hallett, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who recently joined Community Psychological Consultants in January 2018. Dr. Hallett earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Illinois School of Professional Psychology (APA accredited) in 2014 and received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Marquette University. She also completed a certificate in Primary Care Behavioral Health through the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Hallett provides psychotherapy (adolescents, adults, and family) and offers comprehensive psychological evaluations (children, adolescents, and adults). She applies her previous experience from private practice, community mental health, inpatient, intensive outpatient, school/special education, and forensic settings to create comprehensive treatment plans and provide clinical recommendations to best serve her patients. Dr. Hallett utilizes an integrative approach pulling elements from cognitive behavioral, client-centered, interpersonal, and solution-focused theories to address and accomplish patients’ individualized treatment goals. While she specializes in the treatment of psychological trauma, Dr. Hallett also commonly works with patients experiencing presenting problems such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, OCD, relationship/marital difficulties, substance and alcohol abuse, chronic medical illness, learning disabilities, and chronic mental illness. Other areas of expertise include stress management, family dynamics, acculturation difficulties, life-stage development, and identity issues. Dr. Hallett also performs psychological screening assessments for patients who plan on receiving bariatric or gastric bypass surgery.

Ronald Westrate, Ph.D., HSPP

Ronald Westrate, Ph.D., HSPP, Licensed Clinical Psychologist probably has cut a wider swath than most through the Behavioral Health field which probably can be best signified by two involvements in New York City, one personal and one of the most profound in nature. Personally he had the distinct pleasure of singing first Tenor in Carnegie Hall for 19 years as a member of the New York Choral Society, ‘probably the best therapy a psychologist could ever have’! Secondly, as for the profound, he had the distinct privilege of volunteering at Ground Zero for at least a month in the early fall of 2001 as the tremendous emotional needs of the first responders to the Twin Towers massacre became an unavoidable calling! He has the hardhat in his office to prove it!

He is a native Michigander who holds a Masters and Ph.D. from Purdue University even though he is very proud of his Pure Michigan roots (state, not University). He has been associated professionally with some very significant institutions including the University of Chicago Laboratory School, Rutgers Medical School, as well as having the opportunity to learn how the Jesuits really do ‘know how to teach!’ As he reflects on his professional journey, he realizes that he had learned to identify with the ‘outliers’ – latency age children whom no one will listen to, pre-adolescents who are ‘a million miles away’, adolescents who are afraid, college students who don’t have a clue as to what they are going to do when or if they finally grow up! Then there are the victims of stress and trauma, regardless of the age or gender where sometimes the battlefield is at home or in Kabul. There were also the law enforcement officers, the corrections officers, and the battered spouses and, of course, there are those very special ‘trainers’ between the ages of 85 and 100, particularly those without dementia, who are physically fragile and yet whose accrued knowledge and wisdom and insight is absolutely priceless and profound.  Needless to say grief and loss issues are also an important part of his offerings to his clientele.

“If you can identify with any aspects of my professional life experience”, Dr. Ron says, “then I would like the privilege of trying to help you with your ‘puzzles’. I am very good at Scrabble but I am always interested with the challenge inherent in new dilemmas and new frontiers. I am always ready to enjoy helping a person with a puzzle that is brand new. I have realized the potential implications for the many applications of ‘mindfulness’ and am currently studying those possibilities for future clinical practice. I have even discovered that people who are born blind tend to be much more successful in coping with life than people with acquired blindness.”