S. Chris Troutt, LMFT | CEO

Co-founded the Papillion Center in 2010. She and her husband, Burt, are parents to twelve children and have twenty-five grandchildren. Chris is a biological mother, an adoptive mother, a stepmother, and a foster mother. She brings both education and personal perspective into the therapy session. Chris has a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tennessee. She is a Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) practitioner through the Texas Christian University Institute of Child Development and is trained in TF-CBT. She specializes in Trauma, Attachment Disorders and Prenatal Exposure to Alcohol and Drugs. Chris is licensed in Tennessee, Illinois and Kentucky. In addition to her role as therapist, Chris serves as the Papillion Center’s CEO.

Jennifer Stephenson, BSSW | Community Coordinator & Trainer

Jennifer has served the Papillion Center in many capacities. She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in December 2021 with her Bachelor’s in Science and is our new Community Coordinator & Trainer. She is trained as a TBRI Practitioner from Texas Christian University and the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development. She will be educating on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, Neonatal Abstinence Disorders, the Impact of Trauma and Trust Based Relational Intervention. Jennifer and her husband, Eli, live south of Nashville, TN. She has two sons, both involved in sports and enjoys outdoor activities and gardening in her free time.

Olivia Caldwell, LPC-MHSP | Program Coordinator

Olivia is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Mental Health Service Provider. Olivia graduated with a Master of Education degree in Counseling and Human Development with a specialization in Mental Health Counseling from Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, Kentucky in 2016. Olivia has experience working with diverse populations and ages ranging from children to adults and families. She has worked with her clients on topics like anger management, anxiety, depression, family system issues, trauma, ADHD, and gaining effective communication skills. Olivia works to meet her clients where they are, using a variety of approaches in counseling, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, TBRI, and Play based therapies. She feels it is her calling to assist her clients in gaining and maintaining their highest level of functioning, while creating a meaningful and fulfilling life. In her spare time Olivia likes to spend time with her son, spend time outside, and watch Nashville Predator hockey games.

Tim Diffenderfer | Development Director

Tim is a results-focused professional having extensive experience as a successful development director and nonprofit executive. He is known regionally for working with communities linking positive connections and resources that contribute to healthy outcomes for individuals and families. In addition, he has been a founding member of several community coalitions, health councils, and new initiatives. He is a prevention expert with demonstrated skills in evidence-based practices and approaches at the local, state and national level. Tim has been an ordained minister for over 35 years and served many years in bi-vocational roles. He is married to Tracy and they have two children and five grandchildren.

Esther Chelladurai, LPC-MHSP

Esther loves to elicit the potential of every person she meets. She shares that it brings her immense joy to walk along life's journeys with people and observe their progress. Esther follows an integrated approach with comprehensive experience to understand clients' needs and offer holistic care. Currently, she has LPC- MHSP (temp) licensure. She also holds a Master's degree in Computer Science and Engineering. Esther speaks two languages, Tamil and English. She graduated from Lipscomb University with MS in clinical mental health counseling specializing in addictions. Esther is currently pursuing dual licensure to be an LPC-MHSP and LADAC II. She is a mother of two lovely daughters. Esther loves to garden, travel, bike, and hike with her family during her free time.

Abbey Standley, MMFT

Abbey received her graduate degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Liberty University and is pursuing licensure to become a Licensed Marital and Family Therapist. Prior to pursuing her graduate studies, Abbey received her bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University. Abbey believes every client has a story to share and desires to assist others in their healing journey, wherever they may find themselves. Her desire is to meet each client where they are and come alongside them using a collaborative approach. Abbey believes that every client is shaped by various experiences in their lives and significant events are meant to be explored. Abbey is most passionate about working with couples and enjoys using various approaches to increase safety and emotional attunement with one another. In order to ensure long-term growth outside of therapy, Abbey believes it is vital to help clients learn healthy coping skills, such as becoming more in tune with their own bodies and understanding how to better cope with life stressors. Some of her specialities include: Childhood Trauma, Attachment issues, Couples counseling, Inner Child work, Anxiety, and Family Counseling. In the counseling room, Abbey likes to utilize several modalities which include, Emotion- Focused Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and Somatic-Based Therapy. In her work with couples, Abbey is PREPARE/ENRICH and Gottman- Level 1 certified. When she isn’t meeting with clients, Abbey enjoys catching up on her favorite tv shows, spending time outdoors, and relaxing with her Golden-doodle, Winston.

Rosie Stinson | Intern

Rosie is from Hendersonville, TN, and is currently in a Master's program for Human Counseling and Development at Lindsey Wilson College. She loves working with children in every capacity, whether it is using play to build brain connections or finding healthy ways to express emotions. Rosie also has experience working at an autism clinic as a therapist, so she has a special place in her heart for kids with autism. In her spare time, Rosie enjoys listening to music, caring for animals, and spending time in nature.

Caroline Ingle | Intern

Caroline is an intern as she is pursuing her masters in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Lipscomb University. She takes a holistic approach and strives to help clients create a more meaningful and balanced life. Caroline is especially passionate about working with clients with anxiety and trauma.

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