~~~~~~~The only way to make sense out of change is
to plunge into it, move with it and join the dance! ~~~~~~~~~A.Watts
Amy Sordelet, LMHCA is a Licensed Mental Health Counseling Associate, currently under supervision with Katherine Wilkinson. She graduated from Purdue University Fort Wayne's Counselor Education Program in 2020 at the top of her class. In sessions Amy takes a present-oriented, gentle yet energetic approach that encourages expression through movement. Amy works with adults and couples using experiential practices to facilitate greater intimacy with self and others. Amy thrives on metaphor, movement, and meaning. She has attended training in Gestalt Therapy from the Toronto Gestalt Institute and the Gestalt Center for Psychotherapy and Training in New York, and Somatic Experiencing. Amy is currently studying advanced mind body training to support everyone she works with.
Katherine Wilkinson, LMHC, NCC is a Licensed Mental Health Counseling, completing her 10th year as an experiential bodymind therapist. She is a specialist in experiential couples and family therapist and has been an Adjunct Professor at Purdue Fort Wayne for 6 years. Katherine thrives on curiosity, wisdom and compassion! She is dedicated to the highest standard of counseling practice, to ensure that Mindwalk Counseling may benefit each unique person. Katherine practices understanding the complexity and depth of our minds and our experiences and works with what is most alive and present for each person in the moment. She has completed advanced training in Gestalt Therapy from the Indianapolis Gestalt Institute, The Toronto Gestalt Institute, The Gestalt Institute of Italy and Somatic Awareness Studies and has studied Existential Philosophy, Buddhist Meditation and Yoga for over 20 years.
Dr. Brett Wilkinson, LMHC serves as Director of the PFW Counselor Education graduate program and founding Director of the PFW Institute for Counseling Research. A licensed Mental Health Counselor and specializes in advanced clinical supervision with therapists of all levels. As Editor for the Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Dr. Wilkinson has an abiding interest in humanistic, existential, and phenomenological philosophies, as well as the role of experiential practices and embodiment in counseling, trainee development, and supervision. He is coauthor of both Educational Psychology for Learners: Connecting Theory, Research, and Application (Kendall Hunt Publishing) and the forthcoming Therapy with Difficult Clients: Precursors and Techniques for the CHANGES Model (American Psychological Association).