Jonathan M. Burg, MA, LMFT, CSAYC (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist)
Sandra C. Braschler, MA, LMFT (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist)
Sandy graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with her bachelor's degree in Psychology, with minors in English and Religious Studies. She obtained her master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University. Sandy has worked in school-based programs, community mental health outpatient offices, inpatient psychiatric settings and multiple churches. She has worked extensively with elementary, middle and high school students, many of who were dealing with complex trauma, varying disabilities and significant behavioral issues. In outpatient settings, she has worked with adults and has a professional interest in working in the field of addictions counseling. Additionally, she is a certified Prepare-Enrich Facilitator. Sandy commonly utilizes a family systems approach to therapy, believing that the individual's support system can empower and share in the opportunity for sustained change. In her spare time. Sandy likes to craft, read, play the piano,and spend time with her family and friends.
Greenfield Office Hours: Thursday and Friday
Reesa Smith, MA, LMFT (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist)
Reesa graduated from Liberty University with her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a concentration in Christian Counseling. She then earned her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Indiana Wesleyan University. She has worked in school-based, community-based and private practice settings with children, adolescents, adults and families dealing with a vast array of mental health and relational challenges. Reesa’s work with clients is informed by Family Systems Theories and rooted in the Interpersonal Process Model, because she believes that providing an empathic, safe space for clients promotes an emotionally corrective experience for healing to take place. She primarily utilizes methods from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Experiential Therapy to tailor treatment to meet each client where they are on their journey. She is comfortable integrating faith into sessions at the client’s request. Her areas of clinical focus are anxiety, grief/loss, ADHD, trauma, parenting and family challenges, interpersonal and relational struggles and attachment issues. Reesa works with children and adolescents 6 years and older, as well as with adults, couples and families.
Denise Graves, MA, BSN, RN (Resident Marriage and Family Therapist)
Denise completed her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Indiana Wesleyan University. Her areas of clinical interest are assisting couples in reconnecting and realizing their relationship’s full potential, supporting parents with effective strategies and coping skills to aid in strengthening their families, and empowering and listening with empathy to individuals who are experiencing depression, anxiety, and/or the effects of trauma.
She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Nursing and worked several years as a Registered Nurse. She volunteered in local churches over the last 35 years in women’s, praise and worship, and Sunday school ministries. Denise has been married for over 36 years, has three adult children, and one granddaughter. She loves being involved at her home church, spending time with family, and antique shopping with her husband.
Morgan Smith, MA, LMFTA (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate)
Morgan graduated from Indiana University Kokomo with a bachelor's degree in Psychology. She earned her master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Indiana Wesleyan University. Morgan has worked in home-based therapy programs, private practice, and a mental health clinic on a college campus. Morgan has experience working with children, couples, families, and adults. Her areas of experience include those struggling with depression, self-harm, anxiety, relational issues, life transitions, and trauma. Furthermore, she is passionate about helping couples work through various issues and improve their relationships through Attachment-Based Therapy. Morgan utilizes Narrative and Attachment Therapy Models to assist clients in understanding how their story developed and empowers them to create a new narrative moving forward. Morgan is comfortable integrating the clients personal faith into sessions at the request of the client. Morgan typically works with adolescents and adults. Additionally, she is a certified Prepare-Enrich Facilitator.