John Cadwallader, PsyD, LMHC, HSPP

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I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist and Mental Health Counselor in the state of Indiana.  I have been doing clinical work for nearly 20 years. Frustrated by working in settings that compromised quality of client care for organizational demands or finances, I established CPS, LLC in 2008 with the goal of having freedom to provide quality comprehensive mental health services that focused on a collaborative approach for the client’s greatest good.  I attempt to view clients holistically focusing on the dignity and intrinsic goodness of the human person.   Treatment has a significant focus on understanding the inner and external conflicts that limit growth for relationships with self, family, others, and spirituality.   My theoretical orientation is Psychoanalytic with the primary focus being rooted in Object-Relations theory.  I have also been trained in Cognitive-Behavioral, Behavioral, Existential, Couple, Family-Systems, Trauma-Informed Care, and Geropsychology.  My clinical work is limited to clients ages 18 years or older. 

Many of the clients I serve are Catholic and choose to integrate the anthropology and teachings of the Catholic Church as part of their treatment.  Clients do not need to be Catholic or Christian to work with me, and have the freedom to choose whether or not to integrate their spiritual beliefs.  The treatment focuses on psychological science, not pastoral counseling.


Jonathan Chamblee, MA, MSW, LSW

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Every person is a child of God, loved by God, and necessary as a unique image of God.  Life has a way of throwing challenges at us that make it easy to get stuck and lose sight of who we really are.  As as Social Worker clinician, I enjoy helping others wade through these life challenges and to see them as opportunities to become better people and more fully children of God. I work with motivated teens and adults on a range of challenges including depression, trauma, complex trauma from abuse/neglect, addictions (including pornography and sex addition), relationships, and spirituality.  Theoretical approaches I use include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Systems Theory, Attachment Based Family Therapy, Internal Family Systems, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)


Pauline Kattady, MS, MA, LMHC


I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for the State of Indiana. I earned a double Masters degree in Psychology and began working as a clinician in 2010.

I believe each person’s journey in life is unique and has its own challenges. These struggles can serve as opportunities for personal growth and positive change. I utilize psychoanalytic and cognitive behavioral approaches to treatment, tailoring my interventions to what best suits the client's presenting issues. I primarily serve the adult population (18+), and enjoy working with varied diagnoses and clients from diverse ethnic and social backgrounds, cultures, religion, and socioeconomic status. Though not limited to, my specialties involve, depression, anxiety, women's issues, adult relational issues, trauma, caregiver stress, grief/bereavement, Catholic/Christian issues, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (mood and anxiety symptoms that occur during pregnancy or postpartum), child bearing loss and post abortion syndrome.

Elements of faith are integrated into practice to serve clients who particularly desire a deeper understanding of self in relation to God, and seek to heal through an openness to His mercy, grace and compassionate love. To cater to my Catholic clients I incorporate a spiritual framework that is rooted in the teachings of the Catholic Church. In my experience, this approach has paved the way for meaningful work, support and healing. I consider it an honor to be present and walk alongside clients during these trials, and through the vehicle of support and unconditional acceptance move them towards a healthier self.


Isabella Arackal, MA

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I am a third year clinical psychology doctoral student at the University of Indianapolis. I have experience working with individuals battling trauma, depression, anxiety, and interpersonal issues. Although I have primarily worked with adults thus far, I am also open to and interested in working with children and adolescents experiencing similar psychological issues. In addition to psychotherapy, I have been trained in administering and interpreting a variety of psychological assessments. Through my education and training, I strive to help clients heal from their psychological issues so that they can achieve their highest potential.