​Our Counseling STaff​​

Alana Rumley CEO | Executive Director
DVOMB Approved Provider, for men, women, and same-sex Domestic Violence. She is also a CACIII. She obtained a BS in Addictions Counseling from Governors State University, Illinois. She specializes in Children and Family, Parenting, Attachment Issues, Incest/Sexual Abuse and Trauma Counseling.

Linda Fuller  Clinical Director
Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Addiction Counselor, DVOMB Counselor and Clinical Counselor. She obtained a Masters of Arts, 1996, from Denver Seminary in Counseling. She specializes in Domestic Violence, PTSD, Trauma, Substance Abuse, Grief/Loss and Parenting. 

Paula Warnick
Registered Psychotherapist. She is a Certified Addictions Counselor II (CAC II), and she specializes in Addictions and Anger Management. She focuses on Substance Abuse Therapy, Level II DUI/DWAI Education and Therapy treatment, and Individual Counseling for Addictions.

David Shruga
DVOMB Approved Provider, for men, women, and same-sex Domestic Violence. Registered Psychotherapist. He has his Bachelors in Human Services – Addictions Counseling from the University of Phoenix. He is working toward his CAC II accreditation. Specializes in Grief Counseling, Trauma, Anger Management, and Stress Management.

Kendra Hurd

Registered Psychotherapist. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Parenting Treatment, and Anger Managment. She has a Bachelors Degree in Human Services from Metro Statue University. Works with Animal Assisted Therapy with dogs. She is currently working towards her CAC II certification as well as her DVOMB Approval.

Tanya Goble

Information to be added soon.

Susan H. Victim Advocate
She has a Bachelors in Criminal Justice and state. She has been trained as a Victim Advocate through multiple police departments.

Contract Workers
Aurora Center for Treatment works with Contract Counselors to provide a wide range of group therapy times. Information on specific Contract Counselors can be provided when requested.

Aurora Center for Treatment works with interns from various local colleges and universities. Their information can be provided when requested.