Our Vision:

To be a center of excellence, delivering state-of-the-art mental health treatment that empowers individuals or families to achieve better quality of life.

Our Mission:

To ensure that individuals of all ages experiencing mental illness and serious emotional or behavioral disturbances can better manage, achieve their hopes and dreams and quality of life goals, and live, work and participate in their community. We value the strengths and assets of our clients and strive to tailor treatment to each individual and family.

Cheryl L Mansell


is a licensed clinical social worker and founder of New Outlook Counseling Center, Inc. She received her Master’s degree from Western Michigan University where her concentration was on Children and Adolescents. She has worked in a variety of facilities where she has spent her time cultivating her skills and abilities as a therapist. She has been through the Foundational and the Advanced Intensive DBT training, received her certificate in Collaborative Divorce Training, taken Level 1 of Theraplay and is a Registered Play therapist. She has also been trained in EMDR.

Janelle Floyd


earned a Master’s of Social Work degree from the University of Oklahoma in 1999. Janelle has worked in a variety of clinical settings such as residential, partial hospitalization and outpatient. Her ideal client is 14 years of age and up. Janelle’s specialty is eating disorders but has vast experience with individuals struggling with anxiety, grief, trauma, relationship issues and women’s issues. She is trained in EMDR, and utilizes CBT in her sessions.

Janelle has had EMDR training.

Cara Knight

is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Indiana. She graduated with her Master’s in Art Therapy in 2006 and has provided therapy services for a wide variety of clients and settings over the years. She enjoys working with children, ages 4-12, and adults. Cara specializes in utilizing art and play therapy modalities, as a way to assist individuals in expressing emotions and learning to cope effectively. Cara utilizes a multimodal approach to incorporate holistic self-care and utilizes the creative process with those who are interested. She is also trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and uses elements of CBT in therapy to assist clients in identifying healthier ways to process thoughts and feelings and cope effectively. Cara has worked with a broad range of clinical issues, with most of her clinical work focused on abuse, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem, stress management and parenting/behavioral issues over the last several years.

Judy Goodwin

earned a Master’s Degree in nursing, with a specialty in child and adolescent psychiatric nursing, from Indiana University in 2005. Her approach is holistic and collaborative in the provision of psychiatric evaluations and medicine management services. With more than 30 years in the mental health field, Judy has clinical expertise in treating simple and complex mental health problems, such as PTSD, dual diagnosis, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and ADHD. In most cases, she requires individuals to be engaged in therapy or willing to seek therapy, as research indicates the combination of medicine and psychotherapy is associated with greater stabilization of symptoms. She is unable to see individuals with severe mental illness due to the limitations of private practice resources. A professional referral is required, and our referral form can be downloaded from our website or by contacting our office.

Gloria Thompson

is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She received her Master’s degree from Indiana University. She has spent her post graduate years working with people of all ages which provides her with a diverse background. Her focus is in helping adults with mental health and substance abuse issues.

Molly Daywalt


graduated from Indiana University with a Master’s in Counseling and Counselor Education. She has worked in a variety of settings including inpatient hospital, outpatient center, within schools, and currently at a University counseling Center. Molly works with children, adolescents and adults with a variety of mental health concerns. She adapts her approach to meet the client’s needs but has a particular interest in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, DBT, and Interpersonal Process Approach.

Sandra “Mary” McKinney

has over 35 years of experience in the field. She received her Masters in social work at IUPUI in Indianapolis. Her diverse experience includes working in community mental health, child and family services, medical settings, and services to individuals with cognitive and developmental disabilities. She sees individuals, children, families and couples. She teaches skills based in cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, trauma informed therapy, problem solving and solution focused therapies.

Bethany Sammons


graduated with a Master’s of Social Work from IUPUI in 2017. She has experience working in both the inpatient and outpatient setting. She enjoys working with clients 18 and older and who are motivated to make positive changes. She has experience working in medical social work and can assist clients dealing with complex physical health issues and/or adjusting to debilitating illnesses. She also has experience working with clients who are dealing with anxiety and depression.

Jen Ludwig

Site Supervisor – Stone Mill
graduated with her Master’ of Art in Clinical Mental Health counseling in 2017. She has provided therapy and other therapeutic services for a wide variety of clients and settings. She enjoys working with adults, older children and teens (12 and up). Jen specializes in treating individuals who have experienced trauma and may be struggling with dissociation. Jen is trained in EMDR and has completed all necessary requirements for certification in EMDR therapy. She also has coached and assisted with EMDR training in a previous work setting. Jen utilizes a creative an individualized approach to help others heal and recover from past trauma. Jen often uses play, and art techniques to enhance therapy. Jen has received additional training and supervision to assess and manage individuals with dissociative disorders including Dissociative Identity Disorder. She combines her education, knowledge of Polyvagal theory and interventions, and creative processes to help move people toward health and a genuine sense of wellbeing. Jen has worked with a broad range of clinical issues, with most of her clinical work focused on overcoming abuse, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem, stress management, women’s and LGBTQ+ concerns and navigating transitions.

Sarah Baird

is an LMHC in the state of Indiana and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). She earned her Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology and Art Therapy from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, and is proud to hold the title of Registered Art Therapist (ATR). Since 2005, she has worked in a variety of settings. Most recently she worked on an integrated project where she learned the value of whole person care by integrating physical health (diet, sleep, exercise) with a variety of therapeutic modalities in order to meet a client where they are at in their journey of healing. During her 20+ year career, she has worked with diverse populations and a variety of symptoms. She has experience with Depressive Disorders, Anxiety and Stress Disorders, Substance Use Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, and ADHD/ADD. She has experience with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Behavior Modification Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Art Therapy.

Kevin Moore


Beginning his work career at 19 as a CNA in long-term care setting, he was able to develop deep understanding for the power of caring and deeply empathetic approach can have on the lives of others. This has led to a passion for providing holistic and person-centered care that he carried into his career as an RN. After developing a broad experience in medical and mental health care settings, he earned a Master’s Degree in Nursing as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis in 2018. As a Board-certified PMHNP, he has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings, including providing specialized care for pediatric OCD and anxiety disorders, as well as individuals with intellectual and developmental disorders. Kevin has clinical expertise in treating simple and complex mental health needs, such as anxiety, depression, OCD, mood disorders, schizophrenia, ADHD, and ASD. Dedicated to thorough evaluation, mindful approach, highly collaborative consultation, and a fierce advocacy, Kevin strives to provide high-quality health care to everyone who seeks his services. He provides effective, culturally-competent, trauma-informed care to individuals of all age ranges, genders, and sexual-orientations. He is currently accepting new patients for psychiatric evaluations and ongoing medication management.

Elise Headley

Site Supervisor – Madison Street

is a licensed therapist with more than 15 years of experience in the field of social work. She earned a Master of Social Work degree from IUPUI in 2019. Elise has worked with all ages, most recently with adults battling addiction, but most extensively with adolescents and young adults. She has a deep passion for and a wealth of experience working with those who have experienced trauma, abuse, and neglect or various forms of discrimination, as well as those struggling with dual diagnosis, substance use disorders, depression, anxiety, PTSD, mood disorders, and ADD/ADHD. Elise supports her clients through use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, motivational interviewing, and trauma-informed therapy with a client-centered approach. She finds her greatest personal fulfillment when her clients learn to move forward and live in a healthy, safe, and productive manner.  

Kelly Leach


is a Licensed Social Worker who received her MSW from Indiana University in 2003. She has worked in a variety of settings with a very diverse range of clientele (diverse in age as well as in clinical focus). Kelly uses an integrative and client-centered/client-driven approach in her work with individuals, couples, and families (groups too), and recognizes that style and technique should be tailored to best suit the client and client need. She feels honored to be a part of the therapeutic process as clients seek support in personal growth, healing, and self-empowerment. Her areas of specialization include persons identified with the LGBTQAI+ community; grief and loss bereavement support; mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, trauma and PTSD; dealing with life challenges and transitions; substance abuse and addictions. Kelly primarily works with adolescents age 15 and up, and young through late adulthood. Kelly has also gone through EMDR training. 

Ashley Alexander


is a licensed social worker who earned her master’s in social work from the University of Illinois. She has worked in residential and outpatient settings, predominantly with adults but is open to working with other age groups. Ashley utilizes a person-centered approach when working with clients to achieve their specified therapy goals. Ashley uses cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and motivational interviewing to address treatment goals. Areas of focus include individuals learning to cope with borderline personality disorder, depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, bipolar disorder, substance use, and anger management.

Liz Sickels


earned her Master’s in Forensic Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2017.  Prior to New Outlook, Liz worked in community mental health.  Liz is an advocate for harm reduction and overdose prevention, and has provided education to multiple counties in southern Indiana on this topic.  She enjoys working with people at any point in their addiction recovery and/or their family members.  Liz also has a passion for individuals who have survived complex trauma.  She is trained in EMDR and is actively working towards her certification.  Ideal clients are adults.  Areas of specialty are anxiety, depression, trauma, substance use, and crisis intervention.

Adrienne Watkins


initially started her career as an addiction’s counselor receiving a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from Indiana State University. Through this work, she recognized the impact of mood on how one approaches their eating. She returned to school to become a Registered Dietitian receiving her Master’s Degree in Dietetics from Ball State University in 2010. She specializes in eating disorders and disordered eating helping rebuild trust and relationships with food, body and mind. Adrienne also provides education and guidance with nutritional needs of chronic diseases working from an all foods can fit/non-diet approach. Adrienne works adults, adolescents and families.

Hannah Hennebert


holds a Ph.D. in Psychology with a concentration in Jungian Studies from Saybrook University and an M.A. in Counseling from Eastern Mennonite University. She has experience working with people from various ethnic backgrounds and providing clinical services to Portuguese and Spanish speakers. Hannah enjoys working with children, adolescents, families, couples, and adults. She offers solid clinical expertise, person-centered guidance, and practical therapeutic help. Her approach focuses on your strengths while identifying difficulties that have hindered your ability to live to your full potential.

Diana Chi-Wei Kan


Diana Chi-Wei Kan earned her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling and Counselor Education from Indiana University. She works with children (6 and older), teens and adults. She enjoys working with individuals from marginalized communities. She draws from mindfulness, CBT, DBT, and interpersonal-process approach in her work. Her areas of focus include depression, anxiety, life transitions, grief and loss, relationship issues and domestic abuse. She provides counseling services in both English and Mandarin.

Zachary Antil


is a clinical social worker, earning his masters from the University of Michigan in 2013. He enjoys working with adolescents (12 – 17yo) and adults, particularly those within the LGBTQ+ community. He feels comfortable treating individuals facing anxiety, depression, OCD, grief and stress. He relies on CBT, DBT, motivational interviewing and mindfulness in his sessions.  Zachary does Tele-health only

Maddux Reid

LMHCA (pending)
earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Judson University. Maddux has worked at the University counseling setting helping young adults manage a variety of mental health issues as well as the school-based setting, working with various levels of need middle school and high school aged clients. She enjoys working with pre-teens, teens and young adults. She works from a person-centered approach to therapy, integrating other approaches such as CBT, DBT, trauma-informed care and mindfulness. Her areas of clinical focus have included depression, anxiety, ADHD, life transitions, trauma, family and relationship issues, self-esteem and stress management. Maddux seeks to help clients become their best selves through client-centered care that includes psychoeducation, empathy, self-compassion, learning new coping skills and managing thoughts, feelings and behaviors. 

Denise Garoutte

Full-time – Administrative Assistant

is the Administrative Assistant based in Madison street office in Bloomington. She manages phone calls, scheduling, eligibility and benefits, and other daily functions of the office by assisting clients and the clinicians.

Lindsay Stewart

Administrative Assistant

is the Administrative Assistant based in the office in Bloomington however provides support for the Greenwood office as well. She provides support with billing, posting payments and claims issues.

Jennifer Whitaker

Full time Administrative Assistant

is the administrative assistant at the Stone Mill office.  She manages phone calls, scheduling, eligibility and benefits, and other daily functions of the Stone Mill office by assisting clients and the clinicians. She assists with billing, posting payments and follow up with claims issues.

Mary Beth Miller

Part time – Administrative Assistant

is the Administrative Assistant based in Greenwood. She is in charge of Medicaid processes, assists with eligibility and benefit phone calls, working the accounts receivable reports and the auditing of charts.

Kara Hearth

Full time Medical Assistant

is the full time medical assistant for Judith Goodwin, PMHCNS, Kevin Moore, PMHNP, and Adrienne Watkins, RD at the Madison Street office. She manages their phone calls, scheduling, eligibility and benefits, and other daily functions that their clients or they need assistance with.

Bloomington -Main

5010 N Stone Mill Suite B
Bloomington, Indiana, 47408



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501 S. Madison St, Suite 105
Bloomington, IN  47403



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