Kristina Bagnoli, LMFTA
Marriage Therapist /
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Kristina is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Associate. She received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Purdue University. She joined CCH as a Clinical Intern and graduated with her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy degree in 2018. Kristina works from a solution-focused perspective and has a niche with young adults. She is a resourceful woman both professionally and personally where she balances family, career and school. She enjoys spending time outdoors hiking, biking, skiing and paddle boarding. Contact Kristina at [email protected]
Kendra Boller, BS
Kendra received her Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness from Purdue in 2019. She is also working towards her doula certification. She enjoys organizing and helping others. In her free time Kendra enjoys cooking, walking her dogs, and performing with the Deno Dance Company. Contact Kendra at [email protected]
Hope Goudy, BS
Hope Lincoln Goudy is a Lafayette, Indiana native who strives to use her talents in writing, design, and marketing to support local businesses. She enjoys working with Calla Collaborative Health because of its potential to impact individuals and communities through education, personal development, and self-empowerment. Hope earned her Bachelor’s in Professional Writing from Purdue University and is a freelance content creator/editor for her business, Hope Lincoln Creates.
Thania Hernandez, MC
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As a first-generation Hispanic, Thania strives to comprehend cultural biases and advocate for the mental well-being of individuals. Thania joined Calla Collaborative Health as a Clinical Therapist Intern in 2021 and graduated with her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health with a dual specialization in Addiction and Military Cultural Counseling in May of 2022. Thania is certified in Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS). Allowing clients to express themselves in English or Spanish, she works through a psychodynamic-focused perspective and emphasizes on how everyone’s mental health journey differs; ¿Cual es tu historia? What’s your story? Outside of her professional work she enjoys making memories with family and traveling while prioritizing self-care.
Trina Higgins, MPH
Trina received her BA degree in Education and Anthropology from the University of Iowa and her Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from Purdue University Global in April of 2021. She was an intern at Calla Collaborative Health in the fall of 2020 and received ICAADA Addiction Consultant in Training (ACIT) certification. As a health educator, Trina is interested in the mind-body connection and teaching others how mental health affects physical well-being. Her area of interest is commonalities and co-occurrences of substance use and disordered eating. She is excited to be a part of the Calla Team and provide evidence-based substance abuse education to the Greater Lafayette community and beyond. In her spare time, Trina enjoys spending time with her family, yoga, gardening, and hiking
LaTasha Hudson, LMHCA
Lead S-M-A-R-T® Facilitator / Trainer
LaTasha Hudson is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHCA) who brings a wealth of clinical and administrative skills to the Calla Team. She is the founder and CEO of LifeSkills Unlimited, LLC in Indianapolis, IN. LaTasha has 20 years of experience working in varying areas of mental health from youth and adolescents to aging seniors with mental health diagnoses. LaTasha works solely under the premise that “she gets it!” She understands that individuals face many challenges on their life journey, and she enjoys helping others connect every aspect of their life to understand their own normal however they may define it. LaTasha focuses on cognitive behavioral therapy to change reoccurring negative thoughts to develop a growth mindset. She helps others address their unique set of needs to create the balance they need to live their best lives. LaTasha also holds a Master’s in Business Administration and a Master’s of Science in Community Psychology. Contact LaTasha at [email protected]
Megan Mahoney, MSW
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Megan brings 17 years of management, mental health and addictions experience to the CCH team. She hopes to elicit change through CCH’s mission to pave the way for therapeutic education programming. Megan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor (LCAC) who is passionate about staying current in the field through research and evidence-based practice. Megan owns and operates a private practice called Mahoney Counseling Services, LLC. She serves as a consultant liason for our S-M-A-R-T® training program. Megan has nurtured her curiosity and love for adventure primarily through travel. She enjoys meeting new people and gaining a deeper understanding of different cultures and customs. Summer is her favorite season as she partakes in all types of water activities!
Amos Miller, BS
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With a Bachelor of Science from Purdue University Amos is at home in the Greater Lafayette area as anyone can be. He began his educational experience in the U.S. Air Force. After serving in the military, Amos continued his career by completing the rigors of becoming a Licensed Addictions Counselor (LAC). He has served in many capacities in the field including director of court alcohol and drug programs and facilitating IOP (Intensive Outpatient Programs). Amos embraces collaborative efforts with respect to therapeutic education that encourage best practice and progressive thought. As a long-term Get S-M-A-R-T® Instructor, he now strives to reach new levels of insights by training other clinicians who likewise, want to facilitate change in their communities.
Tammy Patrick, MSW
Tammy received a Bachelor of Arts from Purdue University and a Master of Social Work from Indiana University School of Social Work. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). A seasoned clinician, Tammy brings 20 years of experience from a variety of settings, including work with mandated adolescents and families, residential and outpatient treatment and crisis intervention. More recently, she has expanded her diverse background to pursue a career in higher education, where she is passionate about advocacy related to power-based personal violence. Tammy has a kind, gentle spirit and easily connects with her clients. In her free time she enjoys amusement parks, attending college sporting events, and visiting MLB parks (especially the Reds). Additionally, she enjoys working out and spending time with family and friends.
Renee Petrie, MSW
Renee Petrie resides in Tippecanoe County with her husband and two teenagers. Renee has a Bachelor of Science degree in Child Development and Family Studies from Purdue University and a Master of Social Work degree from Indiana Wesleyan University. Renee completed her Advanced practicum for her Master’s degree at Calla Collaborative Health by co-facilitating S-M-A-R-T U and S-M-A-R-T as well as proving clinical assessment and therapy services. She is passionate about advocating for people with Down syndrome. During the school year, you will find Renee working as an Elementary School Counselor.
Storie Pedley, MS
Storie is a proud Purdue Alumna with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication/Public Relations and a Master’s Degree in Guidance and Counseling. She has more than ten years’ experience working with college students in higher education. Her expertise is in academic advising and career exploration, yet there is always a personal counseling component to her work. Storie is a long-time advocate for mental health and is a licensed instructor for QPR (Suicide Prevention Training). She has recently become a certified S-M-A-R-T® Facilitator and is excited to join the Calla team and teach this engaging, evidence-based curricula.
Morgan Salazar, LCSW
Morgan is a native of Lafayette, IN. Morgan received her Bachelor of Science in Human Services from Purdue University in 2013 and her Master’s in Social Work from IUPUI in 2019. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). Morgan has many years of experience of working closely with people to help them achieve their goals. Morgan has a passion for working with adults of all ages, but especially young adults. Morgan has worked in many settings, including with children and adolescents, inpatient behavioral health, and outpatient behavioral health, including facilitating IOP groups via telehealth.
Morgan works hard to create a healthy work life balance between her career and family. In addition to spending time with her family and dog, she enjoys cooking, baking, camping, and most of all, Purdue Basketball.
Calla Media Content Curator
Bethany spent years exploring the world of social work after graduating from Purdue University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. In recent years, her passion has gravitated towards strategic marketing and curating content for numerous nonprofits, small businesses and various community organizations.
In her free time, Bethany enjoys farmers markets, coffee shops, and spending time with her firefighter husband and three children.
Lisa Werth, MSW
Clinical Director &
Founder of CCH
Originally from New York state, Lisa received her formal education and clinical experience on the East Coast. She has a BS, MSW and Med. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Substance Abuse Professional and Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor. Before relocating to the Midwest, Lisa began to build collaborative ties within the NYC and Baltimore Courts. Additionally, she worked for Investment Banks in NYC during the WTC Disaster where she developed clinical programming for Senior Executive teams to assist displaced employees. Having lived in the Midwest now for 20 years, Lisa has developed a stellar reputation in the state of Indiana for her work with Substance Use Early Intervention. Combined with a strong clinical background and significant skill in program development, she is the creative mind behind CCH’s evidence-based curricula. Not only has Lisa spent several years developing curricula, she also serves as the reviewing clinical social worker for the Purdue University Pharmacy Department Continuing Education Program, where she reviews and critiques programs for scientific rigor, evidence-based practice and conflict of interest.