Wellness Center Staff

Meet the Wellness Center Staff

Sheena Hall, LPN

Sheena comes from a large family and grew up in Roachdale, Indiana. She graduated from MedTech College with her LPN. Sheena has nine years of experience in nursing. She has worked in long term care, rehab to home, adolescent medicine and gender health.

Sheena is a wife and mother of four boys. Each year, Sheena and her husband find new places to have a weekend getaway, where they experience new restaurants and local shops while vacationing. Whether she’s out on their boat or cheering on her sons who are very active in sports, Sheena enjoys spending time with family and their dog, making the most of their time together and making lifelong memories.

Lauren Clapp, LPN

Lauren grew up in Anderson and graduated with technical honors and her CNA certification. She worked for 5 years as an aide specializing in Ahlziemer’s & memory care before receiving her LPN from Ivy Tech Community College in 2019, and graduated as a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor’s Society. She spent one more year working in memory care before joining the Carmel Clay Schools Wellness Center in 2020.

When she’s not working, Lauren enjoys working on cars with her fiancé, playing with her two dogs, hiking, and playing video games and card games with her friends.

Amy Ficklin, LPN

Amy grew up in Indianapolis, graduated from Ivy Tech Community College with her LPN.  She has 15 years experience as a nurse in a variety of settings including long-term care, cardiology, urology and endocrinology to name a few.

Amy enjoys spending time with her husband, friends, and family.  She enjoys traveling with her husband, working out and trying new restaurants around Indianapolis.

Liz Sackers, Health and Wellness Coach

Liz Sackers is Carmel Clay Schools Health and Wellness Coach. Liz works with our  doctors and dietitian to help our wellness patients of any age, with issues such as  weight loss, athletic injury prevention and general fitness questions.

Liz has over 20 years’ experience, working in the field of Exercise Science and  rehabilitation, her roles included: Management positions through Riverview Health and  Castleton Integrative Health. Liz’s Coaching career began in 1995 as a High School  Varsity Track & Field coach for 3 local High schools in Hamilton County. Liz is currently  an IHSAA Track & Field / Cross Country Official for Indiana Schools. In 2008 she  furthered her education, specializing in Health and Wellness coaching and she began  her own part-time private practice in 2016, which resides in Noblesville.

Liz is very active in our community, her passion is “spreading the word and educating  others, to the benefits of Exercise and Living a Healthy lifestyle.” She also has traveled  periodically to third world countries speaking to coaches and athletes about the  importance of injury and concussion prevention.

Liz is married, she has three children and a Chocolate Labrador Retriever.  She graduated from Indiana State University where she was a Div I Cross Country and  Track & Field athlete. Liz is currently an avid runner and cyclist.

Suzanne Montgomery, MD

Dr. Suzanne Montgomery grew up on the north side of Indianapolis. After graduating from Westfield High School, she finished her undergraduate studies in Biology at IUPUI. She received her MD degree from IU Medical School then completed her residency at Ascension St Vincent Hospital, achieving board certification in in Family Medicine.

Her passion is for missions. During her over 30 years of practice, she traveled to Haiti, Ecuador and Appalachia on short term medical missions and volunteered at several local free clinics.

She and her husband live on a mini farm outside of Sheridan where they care for a menagerie of cats, dogs, chickens and bees. Between the two of them, they have 6 grown children, 1 grandchild and another on the way.

Julia Theriot RN, BSN

Originally from St. Louis, MO, Julia graduated from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She has extensive pediatric and adult nursing experience, having worked in hospitals in Atlanta, GA, Nashville, TN, St. Louis, MO and San Diego, CA. She also worked for Abbott Laboratories in a clinical consultant role and as a sales representative, and prior to coming to the CCS Wellness Center she worked at Ascension St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis, IN on the orthopedic, spine, and trauma floor.

Julia has been married for 27 years and has 3 children, all of whom attended Carmel Clay Schools. When she is not working she enjoys biking, hiking, traveling and spending time with family.

Elisabeth Prosser, MD

Dr. Prosser attended Booneshaft Medical School and completed her Family Practice residency at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. She has been board certified in Family Medicine since 1992. She joined the Ascension St. Vincent Health Wellness and Preventative Care in 2012 after enjoying 20 years in private practice. She became certified in Lifestyle Medicine in 2017.

She enjoys being with her family, eating good food, gardening, traveling and being outside.

Emily Stochel, MD

Dr. Stochel is a native of Zionsville and a graduate of Zionsville Community High School. After four years in New Orleans at Tulane University, she came home to Indiana for medical school at IU. She did her family medicine residency at Ascension St. Vincent Hospital, then completed a primary care sports medicine fellowship at Ascension St. Vincent Sports Performance, giving her the knowledge to care for a broad range of musculoskeletal problems.

Outside of medicine, she enjoys running, cooking, traveling, and spending time with her husband and two boys.

Dr. Stephan Zentner, MD

Dr. Zentner is originally from North Dakota. After receiving his undergraduate degree at the University of North Dakota, he moved to Chicago and completed medical school at Loyola-Stritch School of Medicine. Having completed his family medicine residency in Lansing, MI, he was stationed with the Army at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, IN. Most recently he has been working with Ascension St. Vincent in their immediate care clinics.

He enjoys watching sports, listening to music, and playing racquetball. He also is interested in serving the poor, and has been to Haiti several times on medical missions sponsored by his church and works locally with Gennesaret Free Clinics.

Amy Adamski, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Amy Adamski LCSW, LCAC received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Indiana University in 1993.  She is currently certified as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor.  Amy has worked for Ascension St. Vincent Stress Center since 1996, where she has worked with children and adults in both inpatient and outpatient programs.  Her expertise includes crisis intervention and assessment, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, relationship issues and chemical dependency recovery. 

Amy currently lives in Westfield with her husband and 2 children.

Monica Cronin, Wellness Coordinator

A part of the fitness industry for over 24 years, Monica is a graduate of Butler University, the Wellness Coordinator for Carmel Clay Schools, an ACE-Certified Personal Trainer and ACE-Certified Group Fitness Instructor. She has enjoyed a personal training career working with individuals of every fitness level and age seeking a variety of results including weight loss, post-baby body, injury rehabilitation, paraplegic fitness, increased athletic performance, and maintenance of general physical fitness and overall health. In the group fitness world, Monica carries 7 additional certifications including TRX, Ballet Barre, Tabata, Mat Pilates, Pilates Reformer and more. She has taught classes for the past 13 years for the employees of Carmel Clay Schools.

Monica and her husband have two boys and one dog. When not training or working out, she enjoys spending time cooking healthy meals, hiking, traveling and spending as much time as possible with her family.

Maria Dykema, Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Maria grew up in Europe and her native language is Hungarian. She has her undergraduate degree in education, and before pursuing graduate studies in counseling, she worked as a teacher in a Montessori School. Maria received a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Cornerstone University, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and completed post-degrees studies at Indiana Wesleyan University. She has been working at Ascension St. Vincent Stress Center since 2011 in acute inpatient and intensive outpatient care setting serving individuals across the lifespan. Her expertise includes providing assessments, crisis intervention, group counseling, individual counseling, helping with mood disorders and substance abuse issues.

She loves spending time with her family, enjoys documentaries, hiking, gardening and travel.

Lynne Neiers, PT, DPT, MS, OCS

Lynne is an orthopedic physical therapist with over 15 years of experience with Ascension St. Vincent Hospital. Dr. Neiers is board-certified in orthopedic clinical specialty by the American Physical Therapy Association. She provides individualized care for patients with acute, sub-acute and chronic orthopedic injuries, as well as sport and overuse injuries to patients of all ages. Dr. Neiers has a special interest in manual therapy techniques and joint mobilizations, in combination with movement impairment and functional exercise interventions to promote holistic, healthy living. She is a strong believer in evidence-based practice to include patient values and expectations with research and clinical experience. Lynne treats a wide variety of patients with manual therapy. She also shows her patients progressive exercises that can be performed in the clinic and independently at home in order to return to their favorite activities. 

Outside of the office, Dr. Neiers enjoys outdoor activities, traveling, photography, cycling, youth ministry and mission work.


Ben Kissick, PT, DPT

Ben is an outpatient adult physical therapist with Ascension St. Vincent. He provides orthopedic services to patients with cervical, shoulder, lumbar spine, hip, knee and ankle conditions. Dr. Kissick has a special interest in orthopedic and sports medicine. He works hard to make sure that every patient understands their plan of care so that they can be an active participant in their own physical therapy journey. Dr. Kissick is a professional member of the Selective Functional Movement Association.


Outside of the office, Dr. Kissick enjoys playing and watching basketball, golfing and photography.


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