Our Team

The staff of Counseling For Change is diverse and most have attained at least a Master’s degree in his chosen field. CFC is also a teaching facility and offers internships to students from the University of Southern Indiana, IVYTech, and others. CFC provides “hands on” learning opportunities to as many as eight interns each semester. CFC believes that ongoing training is an important part of staff development, and all therapists are offered opportunities to attend seminars and workshops to keep up on the latest treatment protocols.
Toy Widmer, BSW<br />Therapist

Toy Widmer, BSW

Toy Widmer is a therapist with Counseling For Change who is a special liaison with CHINS (Children in Need of Services) Drug Court. She is a graduate of the School of Social Work at the University of Southern Indiana who has compiled over thirty years of experience.

Ms. Widmer offers expertise in the areas of substance abuse, homeless assistance, domestic violence and pregnant women in need of services. Her primary work is with families who have been affected by substance abuse and other dysfunction. Ms. Widmer considers the unborn her youngest addicts.

Ms. Widmer has been a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) for nearly twenty years. Within the community, Ms. Widmer has founded, and facilitates, group sessions for moms, and dads, a widows and survivors group, and veterans group for those affected by substance abuse. She also coordinates a victims group with Albion Bacon Fellows Center. Each of these groups is designed to assist clients in achieving and maintaining a sober lifestyle in harmony with family values.

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