Terry Moore, LCAC 
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I'm now retired. 
I had a counseling career that lasted more than 30 years. I started out as a Substance Abuse Counselor. At my first job we formed one of the first Intensive Outpatient Programs in the State of Indiana. I've held several other positions over the years including working at hospital based treatment programs and with the Indiana Department of Corrections. I've also started a couple of private outpatient addiction treatment agencies too.

I am a Past President of the Indiana Counselors Association on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (ICAADA). I am still a Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor even though I don't currently provide addiction treatment services.

I started my first counseling business (Nonviolent Alternatives) in August 1991. I specialized in counseling people who are violent and abusive most of my career. As a leading expert on domestic abuse, I was interviewed on national TV and many times by local media. In 2003 I was featured in the nationally award winning documentary Journeys of Survival; Indianapolis Responds to Domestic Abuse. Local airing of this documentary resulted in the creation of WTHR's Shattering the Silence on Domestic Violence project which continues to this day.

As a co-author of the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence Standards for Batterers Intervention Programs, I was instrumental in designing these policies and protocols, designed foremost to protect the safety of victims and survivors of domestic abuse. I was honored as the ICADV Batterers Intervention Program Professional of the year for 2009.

I am also the creator and producer of the Cognitive Accountability Training (CAT) Model, an evidenced-based CBT model for conducting psycho-educational classes to stop abusive behavior. A research project started in November 2009 provided empirical evidence of the model's effectiveness in changing "criminal thinking" (denial) to end violent and abusive behavior toward one's self and others.

Personal Life
My wife Kim and I live in a condominium on the Southwest side of Indianapolis in Perry township. I don't smoke or drink alcohol. But I've been know to put away a bucket of popcorn on occasion. Generally, I'm a pretty boring guy.

We have season tickets for the Indy Fuel hockey team, the ECHL affiliate of the Chicago Blackhawks. But to be honest, my heart is still with the Tampa Bay Lightning

I almost lost Kim a couple times when she got really ill. Gradually her medical situation improved.
For her birthday in November 2016 I bought her a scooter so she would no longer need a wheelchair to get from the parking lot to our seats.  In the picture she is with our team mascot Nitro and the Indy Fuel Captain, Zach Miskovic. By late summer 2017 her situation has improved sufficiently she rarely needs to use the scooter or a wheelchair.

Bob Chase
My love of hockey started very young. I grew up in Fort Wayne, and my family always had season tickets to see the Komets, so I've been a huge hockey fan since childhood. This is a picture of me with Bob Chase. Bob was the voice of the Komets on WOWO radio since 1953. That's before I was born. What an amazing guy. Sadly Bob passed on Thanksgiving morning 2016.

US Army
I am a veteran of the US Army and the US Navy, in which I served five years total. I 
went to college thanks to the Vietnam-era GI Bill. I'm not sure I would have made it through college otherwise. Below is a tribute to those who died while serving on my ship in the US Navy.

USS Saratoga