Natalie Chandler

Credentials: MA, LMHC, LCAC
Phone: 317-847-8740

My Availability:

Tuesday 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM -3:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM -6:00 PM


Life is difficult and it is a journey full of experiences to learn from. Everyone struggles at different parts of the journey. We are not here to “fix” everyone but to help them learn how to manage their life and relationships in a more positive, effective way. So much of that lies in understanding yourself and what makes you do what you do. Once you identify those challenges, it is easier to make changes. Counseling is a place to be able to be yourself and look at parts of you that are difficult to face with someone who is non-judgmental and objective. Although it can be painful, in the end it will make your journey well worthwhile. Natalie believes in integrating therapy with insight, spirituality, and humor when appropriate. "Therapy is difficult and can get heavy. I try to help clients move thru the pain but also keep it into perspective." 


Natalie attained her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Olivet Nazarene University and a Masters of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis. Natalie is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor by the State of Indiana as well as a Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor.


Natalie's favorite thing to do is to spend quality time with her husband and three children. She loves spending time with friends, reading, running, and enjoying nature. She enjoys traveling. Self-growth is very important to her so Natalie enjoys attending events, hearing people speak, and reading things that push her to grow as a person. She enjoys writing, especially blogging. 


Relationships including Recovery from Affairs, Divorce Prevention, and Divorce Recovery for both adults and children. She also specializes in Shame, Addictions, Depression, Stress Management, Grief Recovery, Anxiety, Life Adjustment issues, Weight Challenges, and Perfectionism. She also specializes in adult recovery from childhood sexual abuse. She particularly enjoys helping clients with faith-based issues. 

Christy Fogg

Credentials: MSW, LCSW
Phone: 765-432-9238
Personal Blog: Christy's Blog

My Availability:

Monday - Thursday (Daytime and Evenings Appointments)

Personal Blog

My Counseling Philosophy

I believe that many people reach a point in their lives where they feel challenged by life. This could be triggered by the loss of a job, a struggling marriage, family issues, or a personal battle. At times like this, often the last thing we want to do is talk to someone about our discouragement. However, this is the most important thing we can do for ourselves, our families, and our livelihood. I believe it is important to meet people where they are at, emotionally and mentally. It is imperative to evaluate how you got to this point, and where you want to go from here. That is what I am here for. It is important for me to understand the goals you have for your life, and to give you a neutral support system to help you attain them. Counseling is a place for you to better yourself and to better your life. 


Christy received her Bachelor’s degree from Indiana Wesleyan University with a double-major in Psychology and Addictions Counseling. Christy received her Masters in Social Work from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).   She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the State of Indiana, and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.


Christy’s favorite things to do are spend time with her husband, snuggle with her puppy Fenway, and be with family and friends. Christy also enjoys traveling to new places, shopping, reading, and baking. 

 Areas of Expertise

Couples counseling, Children and adolescents with behavior problems, depression, ADHD, anger management, parenting issues, anxiety, stress management, self-esteem issues, codependency, women's issues, perfectionism, grief, addictions, family counseling, shame bullying, trauma, coping with adjustment, faith-based counseling. 

Emily Freeze

Credentials: MPH, MA, LMFT
Phone: 317-695-9552

My Availability

Monday - Thursday (Daytime and Evening appointments)

*Beginning in JANUARY 2018, will begin accepting ONLINE clients ONLY

Personal Practice Website:

My Counseling Philosophy

When an individual reaches out for help, I believe they have already taken the first step toward recovery.  As you begin your journey towards healing, I recognize the great courage it takes to come to therapy. It is my primary goal to create a safe, trusting, and collaborative relationship with my clients. I believe that although life’s challenges are difficult, they can teach us important lessons about ourselves that we would not have learned otherwise. Our past experiences do not have to define us, nor do they need to define our future. I strongly believe that each of us have the power to change and create the life that we want. The answers to your problems are already within you, you just need to know how to access them. As your therapist, my desire is to guide you on your journey of self-discovery, work with you to establish goals for change, teach you skills and coping strategies, help you form loving and healthy relationships, and help you create a life of meaning and purpose.

Education/Professional community

Emily graduated with honors from Indiana Wesleyan University, receiving her Master of Arts (MA) degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She also has a Masters degree in Public Health (MPH) from the University of Hawaii and was nominated into the National Honorary Society of Public Health. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in Family Science, with a minor in Psychology.  In her graduate work, she received specialty training in postpartum depression/anxiety and is certified in perinatal mood disorders.  She has also received additional training in grief and loss, infidelity, mindfulness, ADHD, and addictions.  

Emily is licensed in Marriage and Family Therapy and is an active member of the Indiana Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (IAMFT) as well as the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT).  She is affiliated with Postpartum Support International (PSI), and has been instrumental in the launch of the Indiana Chapter of PSI.  In addition, she is actively involved with the Indiana Maternal Mental Health Coalition and a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM).  Finally, she is a therapist/consultant facilitating online classes for Break of Dawn International, on a variety of therapeutic topics specific to women’s mental health. 


Emily has been married to her best friend and husband for 25 years and is the mother of two sets of twins. Having personally experienced infertility for 7 years and then postpartum depression/anxiety after giving birth to both sets of twins, Emily truly understands the challenges and stresses of becoming a mother and the adjustment on a marriage relationship from becoming parents.  It is her hope that she can provide individuals and couples the understanding and support they need, particularly during the reproductive years and through significant life transitions. 


Emily enjoys learning/continuing education, teaching, traveling, camping, going to the beach, reading, listening to music, and walking. Emily loves spending time with family and friends, as well as watching her children in their various sports and performing arts activities. She is also very active in her church and enjoys serving in the community.

Areas of Expertise

Emily uses a multi-disciplinary, collaborative approach in working with her clients.  The therapeutic approaches used in therapy include: Family/Systems Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Emotionally Focused (EFT), Person Centered Therapy (PCT), and Structural techniques. She also incorporates attachment theory, motivational interviewing, and positive psychology when treating Individuals, couples, adolescents, and families for issues related to:

  • Attachment injuries
  • Anxiety/Fear
  • Depression
  • Grief/Loss
  • Shame/Guilt
  • Sexual Issues
  • Trauma/Abuse
  • Life Transitions
  • Marital Conflict/Communication
  • Infidelity/Divorce/Trust Issues
  • Family of origin issues
  • Boundaries/Codependency
  • Self-esteem/Identity Issues
  • Addiction recovery
  • ADHD
  • PTSD

*Specialized in Women's Mental Health and Women's Reproductive Mental Health issues:

  • Postpartum Depression/Anxiety
  • Infertility
  • Pregnancy/Pregnancy Loss
  • Perimenopause/Menopause
  • Birth Trauma
  • Sexual Desire and Dysfunction
  • Adjustment to motherhood
  • Parenting issues and education

*Enjoys facilitating Psychoeducational therapy groups on various topics; primary focus on prevention and positive psychology.

*Faith based counseling, per request.



Ashley Mangus

Credentials: LSW, MSW
Phone: 801-473-3707

My Availability:

Monday - Friday (daytime and evening availability)

Personal Practice Website:



My Counseling Philosophy

I believe that in order to be happy and healthy, we must nourish the whole person. As you begin your journey towards healing, I recognize the great courage it takes to come in for help. My goal is to help you discover your true potential and help you form healthy relationships. I strongly believe that each of us holds the power to change and create the life that we desire. Together we can work to identify problem areas, work towards an understanding of your current motivations and behaviors, and define your values. It is my primary goal to create a safe, trusting, and collaborative relationship with my clients where you can flourish.  


Ashley received her Masters in Clinical Social Work (MSW) from Indiana University. She is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) in the State of Indiana. Ashley received her Bachelor’s degree (BS) from Brigham Young University in Human Development. Ashley was active in the MFHD Student Association (MFDHSA) where she served as Vice President. She is also fluent in the Spanish Language.


Prior to graduate school, she did event planning for the SLC Chamber of Commerce and sold durable medical equipment, broadening her understanding of complex work environments. She decided to follow her passion for helping others by obtaining her MSW. She has done behavioral consulting and Employee Assistant (EAP) counseling. Prior to joining Imagine Hope, Ashley worked at Unified Solutions and LDS Family Services where she counseled individuals, families, and couples.  As a graduate intern, she worked at St. Vincent Stress Center and Supportive Systems, LLC. Ashley has taught and co-facilitated numerous groups addressing issues relating to depression and anxiety, self-esteem and self worth, work-life balance, grief and loss, stress management, and shame. She also specializes in adult/adolescent recovery from childhood sexual abuse.


Ashley enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends. She has a passion for traveling and other cultures. She has been able to travel internationally, live outside the U.S., and do volunteer work in El Salvador.  She lived in Buenos Aires, Argentina while serving a church mission. She enjoys continuous education, learning about integrative health and nutrition, interior design, road biking, serving others, and being active outdoors. 

Areas of Expertise

Ashley uses a multi-disciplinary approach primarily Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Emotionally Focused (EFT), and Family/Systems Therapies. She also incorporates motivational interviewing, acceptance and commitment (ACT), and positive psychology when treating Individuals, couples, adolescents, and families for issues related to:

·       ADHD

·       Addiction Recovery

·       Anger Management

·       Anxiety/Fear

·       Attachment Injuries

·       Boundaries/Codependency

·       Depression

·       Grief/Loss

·       Infidelity/Divorce/Trust Issues

·       Life Transitions

·       Marital Issues/Communication

·       Self-Esteem/Identity

·       Sexual Abuse  (adult recovery from childhood sexual abuse)

·       Shame/Guilt

·       Trauma/PTSD

Additional Areas of Therapeutic Focus:

·       Integrative Health/ Whole Body

·       Nutrition and Mental Health

·       Mindfulness Based Therapeutic Approaches                                                   

*Enjoys facilitating Psychoeducation; primary focus on prevention and positive psychology

*Faith based counseling can be incorporated upon request

Tammy Portee

Credentials: MA, LMHC, LCAC
Phone: 317-847-9610
Twitter: @tamaraportee

My Availability:

Monday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm.
Tuesday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm.

My Counseling Philosophy

I believe within each of us lies an inner strength. Sometimes because of childhood events, current life situations or self-doubt, we lose sight that this inner strength exists within us. I believe each person can learn to re-discover their inner abilities and talents with the help of God, family and friends. This strength is what helps us face any battles that come our way, whether it be at the workplace, school, or in personal relationships. Counseling can be a safe place to start this process and get some extra support and guidance.


Tammy has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a minor in Business from Marian University. She received her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis. Tammy is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor by the State of Indiana as well as a Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor.


Playing tennis, reading, watching movies, avid Colts fan, fantasy football, family & pug Ali and volunteering at my church.


Areas of Expertise

Grief Counseling, Codependency, Marriage/Couples Counseling, Individual Counseling, Sexual Addiction, Affair Recovery, Depression, Anxiety, Stress Management, Divorce Prevention, Self esteem issues.

Joleen Watson

Credentials: MS Ed, LMFTA, NCC
Phone: 317-796-4233

My Availability:

Tuesday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday. 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

My Counseling Philosophy

I believe that through working in counseling, an individual is making an investment that lasts an entire lifetime. So often, we go through life feeling unhappy about certain things, but have no idea how to change them because they have become so much a part of who we are. I am committed to assisting individuals in developing greater understanding, insight, and awareness of their personal issues, and helping them develop the tools and skills that are necessary to make healthy and empowering changes. I believe that through counseling, individuals can see a positive impact on all aspects of their lives and relationships.


Joleen attained a Bachelors degree in Psychology (1995) and a Master of Science degree in Counseling (2000) from Western Illinois University in Macomb, Illinois. Additionally, Joleen completed her Post Master's Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy at Indiana Wesleyan University.  She is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), and is also a member of the American Counseling Association.


Her hobbies include gardening, reading, golfing, music, and watching football. She also enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends, spending time outdoors, taking walks, riding bikes, and roller-blading.

Areas of Expertise

Joleen specializes in: Marriage, Family, and Relationship Counseling; Counseling couples healing from infidelity; Divorce recovery; Anxiety; Grief and Loss; Depression; Women’s Issues; Addictions; Stress Management; Eating Disorders; Self esteem issues; Anger Management; Abuse and Trauma; Life transitions; and Counseling Children.