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Admissions Team

Admissions Team

Meet the Admissions Team

Camille Maloney, MSW
Director of Intake

Camille has a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Denver. She began her career with Midwest Center for Youth & Families in 2017 as a Behavioral Health Worker. She then joined the admissions team as an Intake Specialist in 2019. In 2023 she became the Director of Intake. “I find most interesting about this role is I like being able to help those in need and connect people to resources so that they can receive the treatment needed.”

Maralee Frush, MSW
Intake Clinician

Maralee obtained both her Bachelor and Master of Social Work from Ball State University. She has experience working in Muncie Community Schools as a Behavior Coach for several years. She has also worked at Burris Laboratory Schools, connected with Ball State University, as a Behavior Specialist. On top of behavioral work, she also has experience with working in macro practice as volunteer assistance to Habitat for Humanity for 3 years. Maralee began working at Midwest as a therapist and transitioned to Intake Clinician. She enjoys being a supporter of mental health, for both parents and patients, and involving herself in the evidence-based practice of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.

Shelby Kopka, LSW
Intake Clinician

Shelby has her Master’s in Social Work from Indiana University. She came to Midwest in 2023 with 10 years of experience in the field of social work primarily working with children and adolescents in various roles. “I chose a career in social work because I like to help people and genuinely love to see when they succeed. My role here allows me to do that by advocating for children and their families to ensure they get the treatment they need and have the opportunity to be the best version of themselves”.

Take the First Step

Find out how Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) at Midwest Center for Youth & Families can help your child find hope and healing. Call 888-629-3471 for a no-cost, confidential assessment. If you or your loved one need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.