Melissa Caldwell Engle

Clinical Director, MS, LPC, ATR

Mrs. Caldwell Engle is part of the wonderful staff at Healing Springs Ranch LLC. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Registered Art Therapist (A.T.R.) She has over 25 years of experience treating trauma and addictions. She has been the Executive Clinical Director at the Ross Institute for Psychological Trauma for 20 years. While in this position, Mrs. Caldwell Engle clinically managed three inpatient programs directed by Colin A. Ross M.D. where she was involved in the development, and implementation of the Trauma Model and its integration into the programs’ treatment milieu. She was actively involved in the development of the “Trauma Model Certification” process and co-presented with Dr. Ross. In addition to this administrative role, Mrs. Caldwell Engle also maintained her clinical skills by leading groups and providing individual therapy on the units.

Mrs. Caldwell Engle is also a co-founder of the Trauma Recovery Associates (TRA 2002) which was originally created in response to the Catholic Church’s “sex abuse scandal” in 2002. TRA has since grown with its focus being to educate and foster the development of organizational leaders, human service providers, and trauma survivors themselves to respond more effectively to the impact of childhood trauma on individuals and on society.

Mrs. Caldwell Engle has also worked in private practice for 14 years. She has worked with all behavioral health diagnoses including Depression, Dual-Diagnoses, Anxiety, Bi-Polar, Personality Disorders, PTSD, Eating Disorders, OCD, Dissociative Disorders and ALL addictive patterns and diagnoses both on the individual and group level.

She is an internationally recognized speaker on the effects of trauma, addiction and the comorbid client. Mrs Caldwell Engle has a unique way of combining theory with specific treatment techniques emphasizing experiential/expressive treatment modalities. With this combination it allows her to reach a broad range of clinicians and participants. Her humor and case examples create a highly entertaining presentation style that makes her a recognized and sought after speaker.

It is through her extensive years of experience in the behavioral health arena and her expertise in treating all trauma related psychiatric and addictive diagnoses that she is able to offer a truly integrated approach to our Healing Springs Clinical Programming.

Paula Heller Garland

Clinical Consultant, MS, LCDC

Paula Heller Garland has been an addiction professional since 1993. Her work as a clinician has included counseling and administration in a myriad of settings and populations: residential, in-prison, outpatient, with women, those with HIV, and criminal justice.

As immediate past president of the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals (TAAP) Paula’s main focus has been on advocacy, growing membership that includes more students and interns, and bridging the gap between prevention, treatment and recovery.

She is a Senior Lecturer at The University of North Texas in the Department of Disability and Addiction Rehabilitation where she values the opportunity to mentor our future counselors. At UNT Paula serves as the Coordinator of the Addiction Program, Clinical Advisor of the Collegiate Recovery Program and Faculty Sponsor to students in Eagle Peer Recovery Organization.

Paula enjoys conducting workshops for other helping professionals, traveling, writing and spending time with her teenage son.

Carmen L. Haley

Director of Continuing Care & Alumni Services, Psy.D., ATR

Carmen L. Haley, Psy.D., ATR is a doctoral level psychologist, a registered art therapist, as well as an artist. Dr. Haley is an adjunct faculty member at Prescott College in Prescott, Arizona. For the past nine years, she has taught both doctoral and masters level students in the art therapy track, designed core curriculum and independent study courses, and advised graduate level students. Dr. Haley has also taught graduate level courses at the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, Illinois. She designed and implemented elective courses that incorporated the use of art therapy with the trauma population and the eating disorder population.

Dr. Haley has served as a primary therapist in the Program for Sexual Trauma and Recovery at Sierra Tucson Hospital in Tucson, Arizona. In addition, she has facilitated workshops and served as summit faculty at the Summit for Clinical Excellence. Dr. Haley has facilitated numerous public speaking engagements across the United States educating other mental health professionals about trauma and self- harm, integrative therapy, and the use of art therapy with the recovering trauma population.

Dr. Haley has established an ongoing private practice. Her primary focus is on assisting individuals in recovery from trauma, addictions, self-harm, depression, dissociative disorders, anxiety, infertility and other concurrent disorders. She works with adults, adolescents, and children.

Dr. Haley has extensive experience facilitating individual therapy, group therapy, as well as family therapy. She completed her early graduate level educational training under the guidance of Dr. Colin A. Ross at both Timberlawn Hospital and The Ross Institute in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Haley directly combines the Trauma Model in an integrative therapeutic approach with her professional experience and training in expressive techniques. Dr. Haley is trained in art therapy and psychodynamic role play as expressive modalities. In addition, Dr. Haley is currently completing certification in Traditional Medical Chinese Face Reading, Mien Shiang, to diagnose and assist the healing process.

Amanda K. (Mandy) Baker, MS, LCDC

Clinical Consultant

Amanda K. (Mandy) Baker, MS, LCDC is the Co-Founder and Clinical Director of Windhaven Counseling Center, LLC.  In addition, she owns Mandy Baker Consulting, LLC where she works as a consultant to the addiction treatment industry specializing in compliance and risk management issues and quality management, administrative team building, and program/curriculum development.  She formerly served as the Vice President of Clinical Services at Origins Recovery Centers, where she oversaw all clinical programs covering 5 levels of care in four facilities.  Mandy joined the Origins team after serving as the Managing Director of The Ranch at Dove Tree. During her time at the Ranch at Dove Tree she oversaw the creation of programming targeted exclusively for the treatment of young adults.  Formerly the Associate Director for Grants and Special Projects at the nationally recognized Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery (CSAR), she served as the lead project manager for the CSAR’s efforts to implement recovery support systems at institutions of higher education across the nation. With her colleagues at Texas Tech, Mandy managed the development of multiple recovery support systems at colleges and universities across the nation. Their work sparked the Recovery Campus movement which has significantly impacted the ways in which college and universities address addiction and support recovery on their campuses. Her deep understanding and study of the 18-27 year old demographic has resulted in numerous publications in academic journals, books, curricula, and popular press outlets.