Joanie Lewis, LPC, LAC
Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Addictions Counselor / Owner
Joanie brings her leadership and management skills gained through working in the business sector since 1990 and couples it with her work as a counselor since 1997, to lead the Insight Services team. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degreee in Psychology from The Colorado College and a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Regis University. Joanie is dually credentialed as a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Addiction Counselor and has spent her counseling career developing comprehensive treatment modalities for the treatment of co-occurring disorders. She is a Level II EMDR certified clinician allowing more depth of resources in addressing individuals with life challenges. In addition to being a small business owner and Licensed Professional Counselor, Joanie is very involved with her community in Colorado Springs. She volunteers her time for non-profit organizations such as Fresh Start for Women and Tessa, because she believes in giving back to her community. She enjoys spending time with her family, biking, and camping, and is active with both her church and an international women’s organization.
Kayla Bettis-Weber, MSW, LCSW
Masters of Social Work and Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Kayla Bettis-Weber graduated with her Masters in Social Work (MSW) in 2008 and has been in clinical practice since. Her experience is within the addiction and mental health fields using individual, family, and group therapy to facilitate insight, empowerment, and change. She sees herself as fortunate to have worked with a wide array of clients, including those struggling with addiction, mental illness, trauma, and domestic violence. Kayla’s passion is helping others help themselves by providing structure, respect, and gentle inquiry to facilitate this process. In addition, she believes strongly in clients holding themselves accountable to become the leaders of their own change process, whether this is to maintain sobriety or create some kind of behavior change. This allows for clients to participate in treatment plans that are individually tailored to best meet the needs presented. Kayla finds a variety of therapeutic modalities intriguing and useful. She always incorporates some aspect of mindfulness into her work with clients, including urging clients to practice a nonjudgmental awareness into particular thought patterns and emotions. She strongly advocates hands-on practice and uses therapy in this way to ensure clients not only understand the philosophy behind the practice, but also feel empowered to use specific techniques independently to tap into the present moment.
Kayla has undergone extensive training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and enjoys the strong behavioral approach to facilitate change. She was trained extensively by Behavioral Tech, LLC and serves as our DBT Program Team Leader. She believes it to be powerful for clients to take a personal initiative in healing, so she helps clients examine their own behavior and identify aspects of it that warrant intervention. The foundation of this therapy is for clients to develop specific coping skills that will better regulate the emotions that lead to self-defeating behavior.
Justin Lincoln, PsyD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
With over 20 years of experience in the mental health field, Justin is a psychologist who brings an easygoing interpersonal manner and a holistic approach to working with clients into the therapy room. Broadly speaking, Justin thinks and operates from a constructivist perspective, which essentially has to do with the ways that people make sense of the experiences in their lives. He strives to help clients understand themselves differently so that they can more competently and mindfully make choices in their lives. He carries this perspective into all of his clinical work: Of course that applies to interactions with individuals, couples, or groups of people in therapy; it’s also a principle that informs assessments of functioning at all levels, from mental health or substance abuse assessments to more comprehensive psychological evaluations. In addition, Justin has contributed his clinical expertise within a local graduate psychology program, teaching courses, supervising clinicians, and assisting students with dissertations there. Justin also closely supervises predoctoral psychology interns with postdoctoral candidates.
Emily Inman, PsyD
Emily completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Neuropsychology from The University of the Rockies in 2012. She received her Master's degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from The University of the Rockies in 2008. Prior to her studies in Psychology, Emily was in the process of pursuing a Doctorate of medicine. After a year of medical school she chose to transfer to a Clinical Psychology program in order to maintain her holistic approach to healing. Therapeutically, Emily practices a holistic, systems-based approach, which embraces each individual's innate need for interaction and feedback from others in a collaborative atmosphere in order to develop and grow. The theory rests on the conviction that every individual in the world is affected and influenced by other people in their world. Because of this Emily has developed a specialty in couple's and family therapy. She enjoys working with clients from all walks of life who are willing to reflect on their relationships with others and explore how those relationships shape them. Emily also embraces assessments, evaluations, and Neuropsychology as venues for broader understanding and treatment.
Deanna Shrewsbury, LPC, ATR-BC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Deanna is a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a Registered Board Certified Art Therapist. Deanna has been in the clinical field since 2002 and has had the opportunity to work with diverse populations including early intervention, children, adolescents, couples, families, and geriatrics. Deanna has worked in a variety of clinical settings including intensive home-based services, acute psychiatric hospital for children, adults, and detox, residential treatment facilities for children and adolescents, and outpatient therapy. Deanna has worked with a wide range of emotional and behavioral disorders including Developmental Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Sensory Integration, Trauma, PTSD, TBI, ADD, ADHD, Foster Care and Adoption, Eating Disorders, Personality Disorders, Mood Disorders, Schizophrenia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Substance Abuse, Gender Identity, and Sexual Issues. Deanna uses a variety of therapeutic approaches with an emphasis on the combination of Art Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral concepts and interventions. Additional concepts include Family Systems, Animal Assisted Therapies, and Christian Counseling.
Insight Services also promotes education in the mental health and substance abuse treatment through its intern programs.
Pre-doctoral Intern: Intern through the University of the Rockies who facilitates individual and group therapy sessions under the supervision of Justin Lincoln, PsyD.
Clinical Intern: Interns co-facilitate individual or groups under the supervision of an assigned clinician based on field of study.
Betty Smith, Practice Manager
Betty is a long time resident of Colorado Springs with more than 10 years of managerial experience. She has an extensive background in customer service and collections in the banking industry with a Fortune 50 company. She is responsible for coaching all staff members on the implementation of Insight Services Policies and Procedures. She manages daily office operations in supervision of the administrative team and manages our billing department while maintaining a professional and nurturing clinical environment conducive to Insight Services clientele.
Administrative Team Members
Our administrative staff is dedicated to maintaining a courteous and professional environment that fosters support and consistency. Our administrative team manages day-to-day activities in a personal, respectful and confidential manner.