Therapy Team

Meet Our Therapy Team

Our team of licensed psychologists, therapists, counselors, and certified equine specialists is committed to providing exceptional care. Each member brings unique expertise and a passion for helping clients achieve their therapy goals. Together, we create a supportive and transformative environment for healing and growth.

Dr. Amber Fasula

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Fasula is the Clinical Director at Neurogenesis Center of Florida and is Board Certified in EEG Biofeedback. In 2008, she was certified through EAGALA as a mental health specialist for Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP). Specializing in neurofeedback, biofeedback, psychotherapy and EAP, Dr. Fasula applies proven therapeutic techniques to clients of all ages and backgrounds. Her work was recognized by both Psychology Today and The Dr. Phil Show.

Stacey Herdegen, LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Stacey is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist at Neurogenesis of Central Florida. As a National Certified Counselor & Certified First Responder Associate, Stacey utilizes a compassionate, collaborative approach to provide therapeutic services to individuals, couples, & families of all ages & backgrounds. Stacey specializes in the treatment of eating disorders, complex trauma, & challenges within family systems – both internal & external. Trained in EMDR & certified in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP), Stacey combines her passion of working with horses & animals, with her purpose of supporting others through their healing journeys.

Aleah Lodge, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Aleah is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor at Ohana Counseling and Wellness Services. In November 2018, she became certified in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) and Learning (EAL) when she joined the Crossroads Corral team. Aleah specializes with children, adolescents, and young adults addressing a range of mental health difficulties with an empathetic and trauma-informed approach. Having a variety of horse and animal experience, Aleah developed a passion for utilizing animals to aid people in the healing process and in accomplishing their therapy goals. In her free time, Aleah enjoys scuba diving, the beach, or traveling with her friends.

Lindsay Brim

Equine Specialist & Executive Director
Lindsay Brim has had horses for 25 years. She knows first hand the benefits that come naturally when working with them. Lindsay has always loved working with horses in and out of the show arena. She has completed three certification courses for Equine Assisted Learning and Psychotherapy and is a co-founder of Crossroads Corral. Lindsay was involved in the 4-H program growing up and has been a leader in Seminole County 4-H as well. She is a proud wife, mom of twins and also enjoys traveling when she can step away from the barn.

Julie Hester

Equine Specialist & Board President
Julie Hester has had horses for 25 years and was heavily involved in the 4-H program as a participant and now as a Seminole County 4-H Leader. Julie has trained and shown horses but her heart has always been with teaching her students true horsemanship and watching them grow. She has completed three certification courses for Equine Assisted Learning and Psychotherapy and is a co-founder of Crossroads Corral. Julie is a proud wife and also owns miniature horses that she breeds for therapeutic purposes.

Tiffany Hynes

Equine Specialist & Assistant Executive Director

Tiffany Hynes is a single mom, who loves horses and is making strides towards ending the stigma around mental health! She is a certified Equine Specialist with an unwavering passion for the healing power of horses. Tiffany has been dedicated to Crossroads Corral for over two years and has been assisting to manage the volunteers and now will be volunteering as Assistant Executive Director.

From the tender age of 5, Tiffany immersed herself in the world of horses, cultivating a profound connection that would later become instrumental in her own journey of overcoming trauma. Having experienced firsthand the therapeutic impact of these majestic creatures, Tiffany has dedicated her life to harnessing their empathetic nature in aiding others on their path to healing. Currently pursuing a degree in psychology, Tiffany seamlessly integrates her academic pursuits with her hands-on equine expertise, aspiring to bridge the gap between psychology and the profound benefits of equine therapy. With a heart that beats in tandem with the hoofbeats of her equine companions, Tiffany is a beacon of strength and compassion, committed to guiding others through their own transformative journeys.