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.
Michael McKay, LCAC, CADAC II<br />Therapist

Michael McKay, LCAC, CADAC II

Mike McKay began his experience at CFC as an Intern from the University of Southern Indiana. After his graduation, he returned to his native Texas where he completed his Master of Social Work at Texas State University. He returned to CFC to continue and expand his experience in the field. Following his return to Indiana, McKay obtained his Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor through the State of Indiana. Mr. McKay has ICAADA CADAC-II certification as well as completing training to become a D.O.C. Certified Thinking for a Change facilitator.

Mike McKay has over five years’ experience working with alcoholics and addicts in recovery. His primary focus is teaching men and women about the disease of addiction and how to live a life in recovery. McKay facilitates group therapy sessions and provides individual sessions employing a combination of Adlerian, Cognitive-Behavioral and Solution Focused Therapies to treat substance abuse and other co-occurring disorders.

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