Together We Can Consulting's mission is to provide clinical, recovery, and supportive services to those who are willing to commit in striving towards self-sufficiency, change, and healthier lifestyles while transitioning to
With over 20 years experience as an addiction therapist and consultant, Dr.
In addition to being a prominent addiction therapist, Dr.
Doctor of Philosophy in Human Services (PhD)
Master of Education in Adult Development and Program (M.Ed)
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (BA)
License, Certifications & Awards
Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor-LCDC (Indiana)
Licensed Independent Clinical Dependency Counselor-Clinical Supervisor LICDC-CS (Ohio)
Professional Activities and Memberships
Authored: Experience of Recovery High School Students: Using Empirical Phenomenological Knowledge to Garner Knowledge
Marilyn Lucas has spent the past 12 years helping others in addiction/mental health settings my current passion is to see clients in individual settings where they are better able to dig deeper into their issues and get the personalized counseling that best addresses their individual needs. I have facilitated a wide range of groups that includes IOP, Relapse Prevention, Anger Management, Woman’s, LGBT, and co-facilitated Domestic Abuse support groups. I have also been providing individual and couples counseling. I use the counseling approaches of CBT (Cognitive Behavioral), RET (Rational Emotive), Person Centered, SFBT (Solution Focused Brief), and MI (Motivational Interviewing) therapies.
I firmly believe that everyone has the ability to make changes and grow positively. These changes and growth are possible no matter what their present circumstances are or what their past may have included. I do believe that some may have more work to do as a result of their past circumstances and past and/or present environment. By changing a few simple ways of thinking and behaving one’s quality of life can greatly improve.
One of the main purposes of counseling I see is assisting the client in becoming aware of issues that may deter their growth and reduce their positive interactions with others. I think many lack needed coping skills that can be learned. I think it is very important to learn from one’s past experiences to keep from repeating those same mistakes in the future. I think we all thrive better when we have a healthy support system in place.
I offer fresh and unbiased perspective. My 12 years of addiction/mental health experience
I bring the unique quality to work with a very diverse clientele and provide fresh insights into your issues. I work to challenge and motivate you. By making often only minor, consistent changes one can regain balance of mind, body, and soul while working towards achieving peace, tranquility, and serenity.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor (since 2010)
Licensed Addiction Counselor
Master of Science in Community Counseling & Addiction
Indiana Wesleyan University
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, Minor is Psychology
University of Indianapolis
James Gullatt is a Case Manager and Operation/House Manager. He
Helping others dealing with addictions is a personal calling. He has been involved with working with clients who suffer from addiction as well as family members. James feels that If he can use his experiences as an ex-police officer, also personal experiences along with his drive to make
Rufus Brown is a
Education & Certifications
Purdue Univeristy BS
Graduate of Wabash Executive Program (WEP XXII)
Retired Director of Information Systems from AT&T
Retired Sales Consultant from Hare Chevrolet
Executive Director of Steps to Life Ministries, Inc 501 c
ICAADA Certified Peer Recovery Coach