Gina Ricke, MA, Therapist

Gina Ricke

MA, Therapist

Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis, Ball State University
Bachelors in Psychology, University of Southern Indiana

Gina enjoys hanging out with family and friends, going on spontaneous road trips, working out, helping others, sitting around bonfires and listening to country music. She forgets the weights when working out. Two places she would love to visit include Hawaii and Bora Bora. Everything about the fall season makes her happy. One of her many nicknames is smiley. Cucumbers are one of her favorite foods.

Her dream is to be in a commercial or play a role in a movie someday.

Therapist

Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis, Ball State University
Bachelors in Psychology, University of Southern Indiana

What is your favorite Cornerstone memory?

“My favorite memory has been my child go from only saying certain sounds to whole words.”

What does Cornerstone mean to you?

“Cornerstone means being able to make a difference in the life of a child. It’s a place I love coming to each day and seeing the smiling faces of my kids. Cornerstone is a very welcoming place.”

How has working at Cornerstone impacted your life?

“Working at Cornerstone has changed me to make a list of 100 goals to accomplish throughout my lifetime. It has helped show me that anything is possible.”

What is the most inspiring aspect of being a therapist?

“The most inspiring aspect is seeing how much the kids progress each and every day. The moment a child masters a task that they have been working on for awhile is an amazing sight to witness.”

How would you describe your overall experience at Cornerstone?

“Keep an open mind because you never know what amazing things will happen each day.”