About INtreatment


Why Us

At INtreatment, we understand that mental and physical health go hand and hand.  Our collaborating practitioners can create a comprehensive treatment plan to improve your overall health and wellness.

We are licensed, caring, and experienced practitioners, here to support your mental and physical health.  Please reach out to get the care you deserve.

why choose us

We are always ready for
challenge. Please trust us

Our goal is to help you become the best version of yourself.  We want you to feel better.


We are licensed practitioners with expertise across a variety of treatment modalities.

Professional Team

We are a group of psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, nurse practitioners, and physical therapists here to provide the comprehensive treatment you deserve.

Years Of Experience

As a team we bring decades of clinical experience with backgrounds in hospital, residential, psychiatric, and educational settings.

Dedicated Support

No matter what service we provide, we recognize that you are the expert on your life. We are here to listen and support you.


Meet the Practitioners

To schedule an appointment with any of our staff contact INtreatment @ 219-221-4022

Brett Gorby


With years of experience helping people in very difficult circumstances, I have learned that everyone can heal if they want to in that moment. I work with couples, adults and teens that are having difficulty processing their anger, depression, anxiety and trauma.

I have a unique approach to helping my clients reach their personal goals through work and self-honesty. There is never any judgment nor expectations other than to help my client be the best version of themselves.

Paige Maddex


Stephanie “Paige” Maddex is a licensed clinical social worker and mother of 4 who lives Chesterton, IN. Paige began her career in the public school system as a school social worker After having kids, she began working as a home-based therapist for child welfare. She was promoted to a supervisory position and after 5 years, began her own practice.

In her practice, Paige is passionate about helping people understand themselves and identify their goals. She understands that trauma can keep people “stuck” and that working through pain can be freeing.

Paige works primarily with women and children. Areas of additional training and experience include depression, addiction, anxiety, sexual abuse, divorce support, domestic violence, postpartum depression and eating disorders.

In therapy, Paige helps clients work towards work/life balance, wellness goals and to develop healthy relationships.

Patricia Grabek

Nurse Practitioner

Patricia Grabek, is a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, working with INtreatment. She graduated from Purdue University Northwest where she received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing, and continued with her education at Purdue Global, graduating with honors, and completed her Master of Science in Nursing. She has twenty-two years of Registered Nursing experience; living and working in Northwest Indiana for her entire career.

Patricia is an active member of several professional organizations including the American Association of Nurse Practitioners; Sigma Theta Tau, the International Honor Society of Nursing; Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society; and the Society of Nurses in Advanced Practice.

Patricia resides in Hobart, Indiana and enjoys gardening, her Weimaraner, and spending time with her family and friends.

Michelle Bazin-Johnson


Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful parts of us. ~ David Richo. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with an extensive background working with families and couples, I want to face those wounds with you and help you find the best part of yourself. And whether those wounds are mental health issues, past traumas, relationship or family issues and whether they impact you individually, as a couple, or as a family, a safe, therapeutic setting can help you heal those wounds and be the best you can possibly be, for yourself and for others.

We begin where you need to begin. With over twenty-five years as a therapist (and former family law attorney), I have an eclectic range of skills that allow us to pick the way that helps you best. My goal is to provide you with a safe, trusting environment to address and explore your concerns and stresses.

Know that the first question I will ask each week is “what happened that was good?” Helping people find the silver linings helps people also do the difficult work that is required when we are facing tough issues together. When we see those little improvements, it helps us to continue to move forward.

Kristina Devors


Krissy is a licensed clinical social worker and lives in Valparaiso, Indiana. Krissy graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work in 2001 and began her career working with intellectually disabled adults in the sheltered workshop, intermittent CILA/CILA, and home-based settings. Krissy did this type of work for 12 years. After getting her Masters in Social work, Krissy provided group work to her clients. In 2014, Krissy moved to providing home-based family/individual therapy. Krissy grew in her career with becoming a trainer for therapists/clinical supervisors. Krissy provided supervision to bachelor’s level case managers.

In her practice, Krissy is dedicated to helping the people she sees to see the strengths that may be hiding below. Krissy works with clients on feeling confident in using their voices and working toward getting their needs met in healthy ways. Krissy works with people to understand how trauma can affect their thinking and helps them to work toward who he/she wants to be. Krissy works with all ages of people and families that need support. Areas of additional training and experience include depression, anxiety, abuse/neglect, divorce/co-parenting issues, domestic violence, trauma in children/adults, family relationships, and generational dysfunction. Krissy is a Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior certified therapist and certified in in working with families using Narrative, Solution-Focused, and Motivational Interviewing techniques.

Krissy’s main goal at the end of each session is for her clients to feel encouraged and more recharged than when they walked in.



I have close to 15 years of experience treating children, adolescents, and adults who are struggling with life’s obstacles. Prior to the group practice, my clinical experience was mostly in Emergency Room crisis, therapeutic day school, an acute-care Psychiatric Unit and in Intensive Outpatient Programs, both Mental Health and Substance Abuse.

Though I use cognitive behavior therapy as a foundation for treatment strategy, my approach is also influenced by blending elements from different approaches while tailoring the treatment according to each client’s needs. I view psycho-therapy as an evolving process requiring ongoing assessment and feedback in order to maximize treatment gains.

My exposure to the wide range of mental health settings only solidified my passion about delivering exceptional client care by helping individuals become the best versions of themselves!



My goal when working with clients is to assist them toward their goals and life plans. My work is holistic. We work with your mind, body, and spirit to transform you into a physically and emotionally healthy human being.

I am Psychodynamically trained so relationships are important. Not only the relationship between you and I but also the relationships in your present and past. You became who you are because of relationships, good & bad. As we unravel your relationships, we resolve your issues thereby moving you to a healthy, happy relationship with yourself and others.

Chris Parker


Chris obtained his Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in Indiana and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in Illinois. He has spent his career working with adults and children with severe mental illness in community mental health settings in Chicago. Chris has experience helping people manage depression, anxiety, anger, trauma, and learning disabilities.

“I see therapy as a safe place for a person to better understand who they are and what motivates them, as well as the nature of the unique challenges they face in their lives. Together we will help you help yourself to not only cope with and manage your mental health symptoms, but to flourish and become the best, healthiest version of yourself.”