Dr. David Cerling
David received his Ph.D. In clinical psychology from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology in 1980, in Pasadena, CA. He has been a licensed clinical psychologist in Indiana since 1981. He was a staff psychologist at Southwestern Behavioral Health from 1980 until 1993. Since 1993 he has maintained a private practice in clinical psychology, providing assessments and psychotherapy for child, family, and adult clients. He retired from full-time practice in 2014. Since then he has continued to provide part-time consultation for several community agencies, including forensic assessments for local courts, and the supervision of other mental health clinicians.
Lisa is a Mental Health Counselor who has been working within the field of Mental Health since 1991. She has a Masters Degree (MS) in Counseling, am a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). In addition, she is a Registered Play Therapist and Supervisor (RPT-S). Early in her professional life, she worked at Family and Children’s Center (now Lampion Center) in Evansville before entering private practice, where she has been actively engaged in working with children, teens, adults, and families for 23 years. Lisa maintains professional memberships in the American Counseling Association (ACA) and abides by the Code of Ethics of both ACA and the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC). Lisa’s primary areas of focus include issues of adjustment in life transitions (such as divorce, bereavement, job loss or changes, etc.), health-related issues, trauma, anxiety and mood disorders, and behavioral and attachment issues in children and teens. She is trained in the use of mindfulness-based strategies for managing the high levels of stress that have become part of everyday life. Lisa is also trained in the use of cognitive behavioral strategies, as well as expressive therapies.
Kristi is an attorney turned Functional Health & Wellness Coach with over 12 years of research, education, and experience helping people to change their health through the power of whole foods and a holistic lifestyle. Kristi’s wake up call came when she went through some personal health problems and then her young son was diagnosed with IBS and failure to thrive. She was able to resolve all of these issues through a lot of research, food and lifestyle changes. When one of her dearest friends—a young mom of two beautiful girls—was diagnosed with cancer and passed away, Kristi became even more convinced that we must take control of our own health. And that we can dramatically change our health now and reduce our risk of disease in the future with the choices we make every single day. She obtained her health coaching certifications through the Dr. Sears Wellness Institute and the Institute for Functional Health Coaching and started Nourished for Life Wellness Coaching to share her passion and empower others to change their own and their family’s health and future.
Kristi takes a whole person, mind-body-spirit approach to wellness. In her coaching programs and workshops, she focuses on seven fundamentals of good health: whole food, quality sleep, stress perception, safe movement, fun, faith/spirituality and addressing any unresolved trauma. She believes all of these are important to achieving optimal health and works with clients on making sustainable changes in ways that feel comfortable and low stress for them. She provides all of the education, resources, and support you need to take control of your own health and achieve your health and wellness goals. Kristi is a wife and mom to 4 amazing kids— 10-year-old triplets and a three-year-old—and she also loves good food, fresh air, yoga and inspiring healthy living. You can learn more about Kristi and Nourished for Life Wellness Coaching at www.nourished-for-life.com
Talya Kosstrin, Integrative Health and Wellness Coach, and owner of Progressive Trans4mation graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition where she learned innovative health coaching methods, practical lifestyle management techniques, and over 100 dietary theories from some of the world’s top health and wellness experts. Talya moved to Evansville when her husband Dr. Lee Kosstrin joined the Family Medicine Residency program at Deaconess Hospital. Talya witnessed first-hand the lack of nutritional education in Medical School and is passionate about providing physicians with the tools to take better care of themselves. Talya’s education has equipped her with extensive, cutting-edge knowledge in holistic nutrition, health coaching, and prevention. Drawing on her expertise, she works with her clients to help make gradual lifestyle changes and choose health-promoting ways that produce real and lasting results. Talya enjoys guiding her clients on a journey towards a healthier, more balanced life. She can help you to learn to listen to your body and what it craves: physically, mentally and emotionally. You will take small steps towards your intended goals towards a progressive transformation.
Dike Drummond, MD
Dike graduated from the Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota in 1984 and completed his Family Practice Residency at the Shasta Cascade Program in Redding, California in 1987. He served as an Emergency Room Physician at Redbud Community Hospital in Clearlake, California for a full year after residency. Dr. Drummond practiced full spectrum Family Medicine for 11 years as a member of the Skagit Valley Medical Center in Mount Vernon, Washington. He was also the Chairman of the Executive Committee and Managed Care Medical Director for that organization. Dr. Drummond suffered from a career-ending burnout and left his medical career in 1999 to become an Entrepreneur beginning with his Interactive Guided Imagery Practice. He served as COO of Superteams, LLC providing Leadership and Facilitation training to Lean Six Sigma Black Belts in all branches of the US Military. He is certified as a Life and Business coach with extensive experience in personal and business development and both off and online marketing working with startup entrepreneurs and physicians.
Sharon, the owner of ZEN Newburgh Spa, started her journey in complementary healthcare in the UK in 1999. She became a certified massage therapist in the USA in 2005 and a certified myoskeletal therapist in 2014, training under Dr. Erik Dalton and Paul Kelly. Sharon believes in combining both therapeutic alignment work with Swedish relaxation massage for optimal results. ZEN is located a few blocks up from the Ohio River, in beautiful Downtown Newburgh, Indiana. Physicians will receive a complimentary 30-minute massage with Sharon Hataway, Owner, and Therapist at Zen. Physicians will then have the opportunity to choose from a six month or 12-month program of monthly massages at a discounted rate.