Transformations Counseling Services (TCS) Therapists

Rebecca Waletich LCSW Therapist/Owner
(pronounced WAH-le-tich)
(Pronouns: she, her, hers)

Since 1999, Rebecca has served children and adults, providing individual, couple, family, and group counseling. Rebecca uses a variety of therapeutic techniques, but is extensively trained in Gestalt, and draws predominantly from that modality. For more information about Rebecca, go to:

Experience includes:
  • working with survivors of trauma,
  • exploring gender identity,
  • depression,
  • anxiety,
  • marital problems,
  • grief,
  • working with neurodiverse people,
  • issues surrounding 
    • sexual orientation,
    • polyamory,
    • and health status concerns.
Licensure, Certifications and Specialized Training:
  •       License in Clinical Social Work
  •       Certified Gender Therapist with the World Professional Alliance for Transgender Health (WPATH)
  •       Advanced Graduate from the Indiana Gestalt Institute
Insurances accepted:
Anthem BCBS, Aetna, Cigna, United Health Care, UMS, Medicare, ProHealth, IU Health Insurance, CareSource and contracted vendor with Indiana Department of Child Services.


Kelsey Hug LCSW, CSAYC
(Pronouns: they/them, she/her)
Kelsey's Psychology Today Profile

Since 2015 Kelsey has served children and adults in clinical practice.

Experience includes:

  • anxiety
  • depression
  • exploring gender identity
  • grief
  • life transitions
  • issues surrounding:
    • healing from sexual abuse and sexually harmful behavior within family systems
    • survival of abuse and neglect
    • sexual orientation
    • non-monogamy
    • sex work

Licensure, Certifications and Specialized Training:
  • License in Clinical Social Work
  • Credentialed Sexually Abusive Youth Clinician

Insurances accepted:
Anthem BCBS, United Health Care, UMS, Medicare


Richard Brandon-Friedman, PhD, LCSW, LCAC
(Pronouns: He/Him/His)

In the 10 years, since receiving his master degree, Richard has focused his work in serving LGBTQ+ children and families.

Areas of Interest: 
Sexual Orientation Identity, Gender Identity, Youth Sexuality, Youth in the Child Welfare System

Youth (12-24), Family Therapy, Parent/Couples, Youth in the Child Welfare System

Trauma-informed Therapy (TF-CBT), Reality Therapy, Psycho-social Development, Role Theory

Additional Services: 
Gender-Affirmation Medical Treatment Letters, Doctoral level Gender-Affirmation Medical Treatment Letters

Licensure, Certifications, and Specialized Training:

  • Licensed Clinical Social Work, 
  • Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor, 
  • World Professional Alliance for Transgender Health (WPATH) Advanced Clinical Training

Insurances accepted: Anthem BCBS,  Medicare, contracted vendor with Indiana Department of Child Services


Katie Spencer, MSW, LSW, M.Div
(Pronouns: She/Her/Hers)

Katie has experience serving youth (12+) and adults through providing individual counseling. Katie is familiar with a variety of therapeutic methods, but primarily uses Interpersonal Process in Therapy (IPT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

Experience Includes:



Minority Stress

Life Transitions

Family Dynamics

Exploring Gender and Sexuality

Navigating Faith and Queerness

Faith Deconstruction

Religious Trauma




Youth Mental Health First Aid Training, National Counsel for Behavioral Health

Stewards of Children from Darkness to Light, Brigid Collins Family Support Center

Wraparound Values and Principles, Coordinated Family Care Child Family Team 

Circle of Care for Families and Children of Passaic County, Inc.