Dr. Donna Vaughan grew up in the southwestern part of Virginia and landed in Indiana 9 years ago. She received her Doctorate of Behavioral Health from Arizona State University and has experience in developing and implementing integrated behavioral health programs. Dr. Vaughan also has a B.S. Degree in Mass Communications from East Tennessee State University and a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Pastoral Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary in Ashland, Ohio. She has worked in community mental health for many years but has a passion for delivering behavioral health services within the primary care setting.
Outside of work, Donna enjoys traveling to see her daughter and son-in-law in Colorado (hiking and still wishing to see a moose in the wild) as well as traveling to see her oldest daughter in Michigan (who also works in behavioral health). She also has a daughter in high school who keeps her very busy with ice skating and other sporting events!
Nathan M. Walsh was an award winning student receiving his MA in Mental Health Counseling at Indiana University. Prior to receiving his BA in Psychology from Indiana University, Nathan received a $1500 grant from the office of student research for his work on teenage substance abuse and the ostracism teenagers endure as result of their abstinence from illicit substances. Nathan also received the Outstanding Student in Psychology award in 2012.
In his free time, Nathan enjoys spending time with his wife and children, running, exercising, hiking, spending time outdoors, and relaxing.
Jessica Bosecker is currently a behavioral health provider for WindRose. Previously, she was employed by Centerstone in Greensburg. She attended graduate school at Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus and received a Master's in Mental Health Counseling. She received her Bachelor's Degree from Boston University in Psychology and International Relations.
In her free time, Jessica spends time with her husband, Jacob, and pet dog, Razputin. She enjoys jogging, reading and traveling. She studied in London during her undergraduate education and enjoyed spending time going through Europe.
Catherine J. Walker resides in Jennings County, Indiana, where she grew up. She received a Bachelor in Psychology form Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC) and has a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from IUPUC. She has worked in community mental health and in mental health in the psychiatric unit of a men's prison in New Castle, Indiana. She has had a passion since graduate school to deliver behavior health services within the primary care settings and believes in the mind and body working together to be healthy.
Outside of work, Catherine enjoys her grandchildren, travelling, and spending quiet time with her husband around a warm fire. Catherine loves the ocean and visits as often as possible. She enjoys spending time in Indianapolis with her daughter, in Nashville with her youngest daughter, and in Columbus, where her son lives with her youngest grandson.