Candace Marshall

Candace Marshall

Clinical Director

Candace brings a passion for mindfulness and for helping people navigate the devastating effects of trauma and addiction to SEE Purpose. Her perspective is that all human beings should be treated with dignity and respect, and everyone already has what they need in order to heal. Sometimes, we just need a guide to help us recover and remember our true purpose. She believes that with the right tools, guidance, and treatment team, our trauma, shame, and addiction experiences can be transformed, and channeled into healing and even growth. 

Candace received her bachelor’s in social work from the University of Southern Indiana in 2008 and her master’s of social work in 2010. She is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) With over a decade of experience providing clinical services.

Candace has a wide array of experience working as both a clinician as well as a leader in programming, staff development, and clinical supervision. Her experience includes working with individuals and families of all ages, facing a diverse range of challenges including substance and process addictions, Trauma of all types, depression, anxiety, anger, impulsivity, emotional dysregulation, relationship and codependency issues, family conflict, grief, self-harm, suicidal thoughts and behavior, developmental disabilities, criminal charges, and involvement with the Department of Child Services.

Candace is engaging, knowledgeable, and dedicated to helping individuals find the purpose, peace, and sense of belonging and community that each of us deserves. Her intuitive, compassionate, non-judgmental nature allows her to Hold space for those who are suffering from progressive addiction and gently help guide them on their path to lifelong recovery.

Candace enjoys incorporating not only mindfulness-based interventions but creative/artistic expression, physical movement/yoga, and somatic interventions into her work with clients. She is trained in the practice of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). This can be a useful tool to incorporate when helping clients to resolve past traumas that have been contributing to cravings, triggers, and other aspects of addiction, and to process and recover from the trauma of addiction itself.

Robert Estep

Robert Estep

Counselor

Robert Estep is a counselor at See Purpose Treatment LLC. Robert has a Master and Bachelor of Science in Criminology from Indiana State University. Robert became interested in addiction counseling while working as a correctional officer for the State of Indiana. Robert saw people leave the prison sober and come back six months later having relapsed and facing more time in prison. Robert strives to use his addiction counseling training to help clients become sober and give them the tools necessary to stay sober once they leave the rehabilitation center.

Lindsey Graham

Lindsey Graham

Qualified Medication Aide

Lindsey got into the medical field at a young age to pursue her passion in helping others and to make a positive impact in other people’s lives. She now has 15 years of experience from LTC, hospice, home health, travel nursing, assisted living and now addiction and recovery. Over the years she has witnessed first-hand the heartbreak caused by substance abuse, as she has had personal experience with those closest to her. She is excited to be a part of the SEE Purpose team where she hopes to make a difference to those that need it most. Lindsey has been an Indiana resident all her life.

Carrollynn Sharp

Carrollynn Sharp

Residential Technician

Carrollynn is a residential technician at SEE Purpose Treatment. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Indiana University Northwest in 2020. She is now pursuing her Master of Science in Education in Mental Health Counseling with a focus in addictions at Indiana University Bloomington. She has personally witnessed the impact that substance misuse can have on people, and she is proud to be a light in their recovery process.

Michelle Husley

Michelle Husley

Private Gourmet Chef

Michelle is a chef and sous chef with 9 years of experience in home style and southern cuisine. She is recognized for her excellent ability to prep all kinds of ingredients with precision and efficiency according to recipe specifications. She is certified in food handling. Trained on cross-contamination procedures and food-borne illness prevention. She is experienced in fine dining as a production cook for Hollywood Casino Bay Saint Louis for 2 years. She has 3 years of experience as a chef for Trilogy Health Services and has also worked as a food service manager for Liberty Food Service for 4 years. 

Jeannie Andrew

Jeannie Andrew

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Jeannie Andrew is a 2019 graduate from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. She has a bachelor’s in Environmental Science and plans to incorporate some of her science backgrounds into her teachings here at SEE Purpose LLC. 
 
Despite being new to the health field, she has much to offer our staff and clients. She is well-rounded and has an outstanding personality. She is a young lady full of compassion, integrity, and true grit with a hint of humor! She is client-centered and strives to be a role model with a holistic approach. 
 
Being a Greene County Native and growing up watching family and friends struggle with addiction, she is overjoyed to have the opportunity of a lifetime to be part of the healing process for so many who are facing addiction every day. 

Destiny Fiscus

Destiny Fiscus

Certified Nurse's Assistant

Certified Nurse’s Assistant

Destiny Fiscus brings years of experience in mentoring. She is a former foster parent who worked closely with not only the children but their parents, encouraging and engaging in treatment planning. She is compassionate and has a heart for helping others that are in need. She is a certified nurse’s assistant that is excited to work as a team and be a part of the solution at SEE Purpose. She is a life-long resident of Greene County, IN, and feels that this is a “dream come true”, to be able to take part in such a powerful journey. She looks forward to working with the detox staff and providing a positive environment for the benefit of those around her.

Aryel Ranard CNA

Aryel Ranard

Certified Nurse's Assistant

Certified Nurse’s Assistant

Aryel Ranard is a CNA and takes pride in helping others in any way she can, especially to achieve their goals. She found interest in the treatment/behavioral health due to personal experiences and knowing she can help others to find their purpose.

Isabell Harvey Rollinson

Isabell Harvey-Burns

Behavioral Health Technician

Isabell Harvey-Burns is a Behavioral Health Technician at SEE Purpose. She is a senior at Indiana State University pursuing her bachelor’s in Public Health with a focus in Health Psychology and will be graduating in May of 2022. Isabell is new to this field but has personal experience with those closest to her. Isabell is driven to help others with her kindness, attentiveness, and compassion. Isabell is from Indianapolis, IN, and moved to Bloomfield, IN earlier this year to live in the rural culture that Bloomfield brings. She is excited to make a difference in the world for those who are easily given up on.

Lacee Noon

Lacee Noon

Addiction Counselor

Lacee Noon earned her Associate of Science in Human Services in 2018 and is working toward completing her Bachelor of Science in Psychology of Addiction from Purdue University, for a career as an Addictions Counselor.  A life-long area resident, she has experienced the torturous grip of addiction both personally and with the devastating loss of close family members and friends.  She sees the continued hold addiction has on her community and hopes to use her experience and passion to help others climb out of the darkness of addiction and find freedom.  Lacee brings an exceptional work ethic and drives to successfully achieve her goals.  She is warm and outgoing with disarming humor that she will use to help break through barriers.