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Administrative Staff

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Shelby Martone


Office Manager

Hello! I'm Shelby and I am the assistant for Lotus Counseling and Wellness. I am very excited to be a part of this wonderful team! I obtained certifications in the medical field in 2016, graduating with a 4.0 GPA. I have gained experience in medical assisting, medical receptionist, scheduling, as well as many other administrative and clerical office settings over the years. I am a mother of an amazing 5-year-old boy who is my entire world and whom I spend all of my free time with.

I am a very versatile person with the compassion to help others in hopes of making someone's day! I will always strive to learn anything new and overcome any challenges brought to me. I look forward to creating strong and trusting relationships with coworkers and clients.

Clinical Staff


Allison McCall, LCSW
Located at the satellite office

Mental Health Therapist

Works with children ages 4 and up, teens and adults for counseling

Private Pay and Insurance

Allison is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker whose passion is helping people connect with the powerful healing forces that already exist within themselves. She has experience working with children, teens, adults and families in outpatient and residential settings. Her specialty is working with people who have experienced trauma or struggling with grief, anxiety or depression. She uses techniques including Eye-Movement-Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Brainspotting, Polyvagal theory, Client-centered Play Therapy, Nature-Based techniques and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy.

Real change is possible, and Allison’s approach to the therapy process is based on the premise that as we connect into our whole system, we tap into our inherent, endless, science-based potential for healing.  Allison understands first-hand the frustration of wanting to change and understanding what needs to happen, and yet continuing to feel stuck in the same behavior patterns. As someone who has the lived experience of feeling caught in what can seem like an endless cycle of thinking through issues, Allison uses techniques that incorporate the whole brain, nervous system and body into the healing process. Science has proven that the body stores the uncomfortable experiences we encounter and the unhelpful programming and messages we pick up during life, but it’s also proven how vast the potential for healing can be. During the therapy process with Allison, she will be there to guide and make suggestions to help you connect with your innate potential and capacity to make your life whatever you want it to be, while honoring the reality that you are the expert in you, and as such are in control of the process. You deserve to heal, and you are here looking into therapy because you are ready for it. Let’s get started!

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Cassandra Roberts, LCSW
Located at the satellite office

Mental Health Therapist

Works with children ages 4 and older, teens, families, and adults for counseling

Private Pay and Insurance

Cassandra received her Master's degree from the University of Louisville in Social Work. She also received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in Latin American Studies, as she can provide services in Spanish. Cassandra has dedicated 14 years to the Mental Health field as she was worked with groups, children, teens, families, and adults within inpatient and community settings. Cassandra’s approach to therapy is respect, compassion, and support for self-determination. She prioritizes forming a collaboration to help clients reach their goals. She is committed to helping clients reach their full potential. Cassandra is relatable and approachable when collaborating with clients. Her passion to change stigmas regarding mental health, help others address their trauma, and her own experience with healing led to her path in Mental Health. Her therapeutic modalities are: Family System Trauma Therapy, CBT, Trauma Focused CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Therapy, Play Therapy Techniques, & Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Cassandra’s strong belief in growth, change, and self-compassion drives her desire to provide hope to those in need. Cassandra is excited to be a part of the Lotus family and to promote wellness in our community. 


Tynese Vinson, LCSW, LPN
Located at the satellite office

Mental Health Therapist and Sex Therapist

Works with children ages 4 and older, teens, families, and adults for counseling

Private Pay and Insurance

Tynese is a clinical therapist and licensed practical nurse. Licensed in Michigan and Kentucky with over 10 years experience working as a clinical therapist. She has worked with clients with a wide range of concerns including depression anxiety and relationship issues.

Her therapy style is warm and interactive treating our clients with compassion dignity and respect. Her approach combines cognitive behavior, humanistic and psychodynamic. She can also provide hypnotherapy if that is an approach the client would like to explore. She will tailor dialogue and treatment plan to meet your specific needs.  She specializes in the follow modalities:  Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Emotionally-Focused Therapy (EFT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Hypnotherapy

A sex therapist is a trained professional who helps individuals, couples, and groups address concerns related to sexual health and intimacy. They provide therapy, counseling, and education to help clients navigate issues such as sexual dysfunction, communication problems, low libido, and sexual trauma. Sex therapists create a safe and nonjudgmental space for clients to explore their feelings, desires, and relationships. Through therapy, they help clients develop healthier attitudes towards sex, improve their sexual experiences, and enhance their overall well-being. Sex therapists play a crucial role in promoting sexual health, fostering healthier relationships, and empowering individuals to lead fulfilling and satisfying lives.

"It takes courage to change and to do what is necessary for that change to occur. I look forward to working with you."


Shelly (Michele) Werts, LCSW, RYT-200
Located at the main office

Mental Health Therapist, Reiki Practitioner, Yoga Teacher, Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider, Peristeam Facilitator, Ayurvedic Health Counselor, Warrior Goddess Training Facilitator, Owner

Works with adults for counseling with a focus on holistic health

Private Pay and Insurance

Shelly is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, U.S. Navy Veteran, certified Warrior Goddess Training Facilitator, Women's Empowerment Facilitator, Bootstrap Stress Management Facilitator, Yoga Teacher, certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider, certified Vaginal Steam facilitator, Ayurvedic Wellness Coach, and Reiki Practitioner.  Shelly has been working in the mental health field for over 22 years, starting her career in mental health as a Psychiatric Technician in the U.S. Navy.  Shelly worked in Corrections for seven years within behavioral health as a Corrections Officer and Substance Abuse Counselor.  Shelly worked for the Veteran's Administration for nine years  as a Therapist, and conjointly with DOD for one year in the IDES program.  Shelly's focus is on women's health and empowerment, and is trained to help with trauma, anxiety, depression, stress and a variety of other mental health concerns for counseling.  Shelly also provides Ayurvedic Wellness Coaching, Vaginal Steam Facilitation,  Reiki, teaches Yoga classes, provides individual meditation sessions; and is specifically trained in Cognitive Processing Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Problem Solving Therapy, Somatic Psychotherapy, and Mindfulness.  Additionally, Shelly is a local artist and incorporates this creative perspective with all her clients and students.


Shelly completed Ayurvedic Health Counselor training through Shakti School, her 200-hour Yoga Teacher certification with Yogaia Yoga School in Louisville, and has completed 24 hours of training in Trauma Centered-Trauma Sensitive Yoga with the Center for Trauma and Embodiment Yoga Program, providing her with the skills to integrate a trauma-informed lens into yoga classes.  “I teach yoga that most levels can enjoy and have been practicing yoga on/off since high school.  Working in mental health has provided me an opportunity to examine the human condition.  I believe it is important to combine body work with mental health therapy through a variety of modalities.  There are many pieces to the bigger picture.  Providing an atmosphere that encompasses something for everyone to progress in their individual journey to wellbeing has been my dream and guiding post.  Yoga and Reiki have been ways for me to bridge the gap between mental health and physical well-being as a therapist and as a trauma survivor.  I believe it is important to listen to what our bodies tell us and to never push oneself beyond your edges.  While our services do not offer a cure, they are a means to serenity and peace of body, mind and spirit.” 

Wellness Staff


Asia Adams, RYT 500
Located at the main office

Yoga Teacher

Yoga is an incredible journey that has completely changed my perspective and brought so much peace and joy into my life.  I've always been someone who found it hard to slow down and fully
embrace the current moment. My mind would often wander into the past or stress about the future. However, everything changed when I discovered yoga. It was like opening a door to a whole new world of mindfulness and self-awareness. Through yoga, I learned to connect with my breath, focus on the sensations in my body, and let go of any worries or distractions.  My journey into yoga started in 2015 as a goal to improve my fitness routine beyond traditional weightlifting, which I found mundane and uninspiring.  Seeking a more profound experience, I found my way to the YMCA in Nashville, TN, where the sense of community and personalized attention from instructors ignited my passion for yoga and meditation.  As I continued my yoga practice, I noticed how it transformed not only my physical well-being but also my mental and emotional state.  Since then, I have delved into various yoga practices, diverse studios, and meditation techniques. Aiming to share my enthusiasm and encourage others to embrace and embody the essence of yoga in their own lives, I decided to study being a Yoga teacher In 2020.  As an instructor, I not only want to teach strength, balance and
flexibility, I want to encourage Embracing mindfulness.  I strive to inspire others to cultivate a deep appreciation for yoga and the transformative power of being fully present.


Robin Dibble, Reiki Practitioner
Located at the main office

Reiki Practitioner

Robin received her BA degree from Indiana University Southeast in Psychology. She spent 10
years working in youth programming through the Archdiocese of Louisville and Indianapolis.
She loved working with youth and young adults and as a Team Course Facilitator at Mount Saint
Francis in Indiana.
She completed a two-year SpiritualDirection program with the Sycamore group and has spent
several years working with clients as a Spiritual Companion. She has a passion for working with
youth and troubled teens. She also spent some time working at the Maryhurst Center in
Louisville, Kentucky.
Robin is passionate about humanity, and feels all people deserve to be heard and have a space
to feel better. In 2010 she began her journey in Reiki through the Sisters of Saint Benedict at the
monastery, Immaculate Conception, in Ferdinand, Indiana. Completing her master level at the
Intuitive Connection Center in Louisville, Kentucky.
She has spent the last 12 years in healthcare as an Assistive Technology Professional. Working
with adults and pediatrics in seating and positioning. Working with various neurological
diagnoses and congenital disorders, fitting them for their rehab equipment. She has taken
various courses in trauma therapy through Spiritual Direction International. In 2022, she
completed the Embodiment Teacher Training, Non-linear Movement Method (somatic
therapy)course with Michaela Boehm.
Robin's empathetic nature, belief in personal growth and creating a space of holistic healing has
brought her wanting to share Reiki with clients at the Wellness Center. She believes it is key to
have a balance between mind, body and spirit. This is a daily refocus and feels everyone has an
opportunity to get in touch with themselves and feel better in how that shows up for them.
Finally, Robin enjoys spending time with her family, pooches, creating artwork out of vintage
silverware, painting, and tarot readings.


Karen Fetchko, LMT
Located at the main office

Massage Therapist

As I became a licensed massage therapist I received confirmation of what I’ve always known. What we all have always known. “The human touch is very important to a healthy Life.” Through practicing techniques like Swedish, fascia release and deep tissue I learned the technique of communicating with the body to help facilitate healing and wellness. This has become a passion.  With techniques of: 

           Swedish massage, I work to relax and calm the skin, encouraging muscle response and help bring the body into a parasympathetic state.

          Deep tissue massage, I work to smooth out the stress within the muscle and encourage blood flow to the tissues and to bring the tightness from within out.

         Fascia release I do a very slow, deep massage used to facilitate circulation, and the release stiffness to the fascia throughout the body. I dive deeper into the skin, layer by layer. 


My hobby is finding ways to connect with all things, finding the positive beauty in the universe and trying to understand the complicated and /or negative. 

My love is the smile of children and elderly. They are the most vulnerable yet they seem to understand more than most.


Jacob Gilbert, LMT
Located at the main office

Massage Therapist

Kentucky native born and raised. After graduating from Bullitt East high school in 2003 I persued a career in EMS attaining my EMT-B license. After receiving experience for a number of years I furthered my education and career to receive my paramedic license and associate's degree from Western Kentucky University. I felt inspired to explore alternative/naturopathic healthcare after experiencing years of traditional healthcare. Having grown up in and around my fathers' physical therapy clinic and being told by many of my natural massage ability, I decided to complete massage therapy school and received my massage therapist license. I intend to continue and further my knowledge and career in naturopathic medicine. My philosophy of healing is thus: prevention and maintenance, diet and exercise. An informed and balanced practice of both western/traditional and alternative/naturopathic healthcare practices coupled with a strong individual belief you can feel better. 

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