Our Providers

Jason Hankee, Psy.D., HSPP

Jason Hankee, Psy.D., HSPP

Jason Hankee earned his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis in 2006.  Dr. Hankee works primarily with adults and has particular interest in working with individuals with character pathology, relational conflicts, spirituality issues, and depression.  He specializes in psychological assessment to provide diagnostic clarity and inform case conceptualization and treatment planning.  He received training and certification in hypnosis through the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. He has also held an adjunct faculty position at the University of Indianapolis and has supervised doctoral students in Clinical Psychology for many years.

Areas of Special Interest
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
Psychological Assessment
Clinical Hypnosis
Forensic Consultation and Evaluation
Clinical Supervision
Aaron Whiteman, D.O.

Aaron Whiteman, D.O.

Dr. Aaron Whiteman has been providing comprehensive mental health care for more than 10 years. He continues to be passionate about providing individualized treatments. His desire to be able to address all mental health issues has lead him to obtain training beyond most general psychiatrists. He was initially trained as a physician at an osteopathic medical school where the philosophy of treating medical issues emphasized the need to evaluate and treat the whole person, avoiding focusing on symptoms of disease or dysfunction. Following his general psychiatry residency at Indiana University School of Medicine(IUSOM), he completed the Addictions Psychiatry Fellowship. This expertise has allowed him to address the complex struggles that many of his patients and their families often endure on their paths to recovery. He is board certified in both General and Addictions Psychiatry. Additionally, during his last two years at IUSOM he attended the Advanced Psychotherapy Program at The Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute. This two-year intensive program covered fundamental theories and philosophies used in psychodynamic therapy. Upon completion of his training he began training others. For the duration of his time in practice he has provided training and supervision for the psychiatric residents and fellows attending IUSOM. He has primarily practiced in not-for-profit settings. Initially at Fairbanks and then at Eskenazi Health (formerly known as Wishard). He recently returned to private practice to provide treatments and services to support each individual's progression on their mental health and wellness continuum.
Lindsay Brock, LCSW

Lindsay Camplin, LCSW

Lindsay Camplin earned her Masters Degree in Social Work from Indiana University in 2015. Lindsay’s primary experience has been spent working with families, parents and children to build on their existing strengths to overcome barriers to communication and secure attachment. Lindsay also enjoys working with adults and couples and finds special interest in areas of childhood/adulthood trauma, grief and loss, depression, parenting needs, shame, and anxiety. Lindsay is LGBTQ friendly and considers every person to be unique in their worldview and experience. Lindsay is interested in building relationships with people as they are the experts in their own lives. Lindsay primarily works using Narrative/Collaborative therapy, Gestalt techniques and Depth-Oriented therapy.

Areas of Special Interest
Attachment Disorders
Childhood Trauma
Parent/Child Relationships

Jamison Edwards, LMHCA

Jamison received her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from the Christian Theological Seminary in 2021 and is trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy. Utilizing a client centered approach, she primarily serves adults and has a particular interest in working with attachment styles, boundary setting, depression, shame, and anxiety. Jamison also enjoys creative arts therapies, group counseling, and spiritually integrative modalities. She is a resident at Continuum, currently practicing under Dr. Jason Hankee’s supervision and licensure.

Areas of special interest
Integrative Psychotherapy
Adult Psychopathology
Attachment Disorders
Object Relations Theory
Creative Arts Therapies
Group Counseling
Spiritually Integrative Psychotherapy
Jenifer Gregory, Psy.D.

Jenifer Gregory, Psy.D., HSPP

Jenifer Gregory earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology in 2014 and completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology in August 2017 from the University of Indianapolis. She works primarily with children, adolescents, and families and has particular interest in working with children who have a history of trauma, abuse, or neglect, as well as behavioral problems, emotional disorders, anxiety, and neurodevelopmental disorders including Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and Learning Disorders. Dr. Gregory provides psychological assessment to children, adolescents, and adults in order to assist with diagnosis, case conceptualization, and treatment planning. She is particularly interested in psychological assessment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Learning and Emotional Disorders with children and adolescents.

Areas of Special Interest
Developmental Psychopathology
Attachment-Based Psychotherapy
Trauma Focused Intervention
Early Childhood Development
Psychological Assessment

Bailey Sims, MACMHC, RYT

Bailey Sims, RYT (200 hour), MACMHC, pre-licensed professional

Bailey Sims received her Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Christian Theological Seminary in 2022 and is a pre-licensed professional working toward licensure and under supervision from Dr. Jason Hankee. Using psychodynamic psychotherapy, she primarily works with adults and adolescents who are experiencing anxiety, stress, depression, relationship issues, adjustments and transitions, self-esteem, body image concerns, and religious trauma. She strives to embody both cultural humility and multiculturalism, creating a safe space that supports BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and people of all cultural backgrounds. As a certified yoga teacher, she offers a holistic approach to mental health and wellness using a body-oriented and mindfulness-based approach to therapy. Additionally, Bailey has experience in nature-based interventions which can be utilized via Telehealth as well.

Areas of Special Interest
Religious trauma
Spiritual concerns
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Nature-based interventions
Somatic therapy