Meet our Counselors
Kettie Rindelaub, MS, LPC-MH, QMHP
As the new Director of Counseling and Clinical Services at Catholic Social Services, Kettie Rindelaub brings a wealth of knowledge and over 20 years of experience to CSS.
Kettie attended Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota where she obtained an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Master of Science degree in Education, taking a dual track in both School and Agency Counseling.
As a licensed professional counselor specialized in Mental Health (LPC-MH) and a Qualified Mental Health Provider (QMHP), Kettie utilizes a Solution Focused/Brief Therapy approach to provide services to a diverse group of clientele. She enjoys working with clients of all abilities, socioeconomic status, cultural backgrounds and Mental Health concerns. Most recently, she worked as a counselor to college students at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology. Prior to relocating to the Black Hills, she served as the Executive Director of the Northeast Area Health Education Center in Aberdeen.
Kettie brings her commitment to community service to CSS. She has served on local and state boards, committees and coalitions throughout her career. She is currently completing her term as the Chair of the Ethics Committee for the South Dakota Counseling Association.
Although a lifelong resident of South Dakota, Kettie is new to West River and has recently relocated her four children, two dogs and one rescue hedgehog to the Black Hills. The family is looking forward to exploring the Hills and its many hiking trails.
Norma Runner, MS, LPC, QMHP
Norma offers counseling for children ages 4 and older, and works with clients of all ages who are dealing with trauma, domestic violence, grief, anxiety, depression or relationship issues.
Norma received a master’s of science degree in psychology in 2013, with a concentration in gerontology and a master’s of arts degree in counseling psychology in 2016 from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, IL. Norma has extensive experience working for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago in both senior services and in the Community-based Violence Intervention and Prevention Program, a strengths-based, trauma focused program where she worked with children and individuals of all ages. Norma was born and raised in southwest North Dakota and is excited to be back in the area.
John Olenyik, MDiv., LPC
Hi, I am John Olenyik. I am a mental health counselor for Catholic Social Services. I have been with CSS since March 1, 2019. Previously, I was a mental health counselor over in Wyoming for ten years. I came to CSS to be in Rapid City where my wife and I plan to retire. Before getting in to mental health work, I was a United Methodist pastor nearly 25 years. My approach to counseling is just that – I listen, I ask questions and then I counsel or give advice based upon my years of experience and my educational perspective. I approach the counseling experience as short term, solution based, meaning we identify the issue you want to work on, develop a plan of action and then get after it. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to get at the distorted thinking that might be causing you distress. I enjoy doing what I do and most folks say I am pretty good at it, so if you are seeking some help with your life, let’s get together and make things better.
Angela Banley, MA, LPC, QMHP
Angie Banley is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and received a Master’s degree in Counseling from Denver Seminary in 2008. Her background includes working with teenagers in a therapeutic treatment program and as an outpatient addictions counselor. In addition to working with clients in the Rapid City office, she will also be providing services in the Spearfish office as well as in Pine Ridge. She enjoys working with all ages of clients and offers help for anyone struggling with grief, anxiety, depression, trauma, addictions, and relationships.
Charlie Hartpence, MS
Charlie is completing her Master’s in Counseling and Human Resource Development, specializing in Clinical Mental Health and Family and Marriage Therapy. She has extensive experience working with children in an early childhood education setting. Additionally, she has worked as a registered behavior technician providing support to children with autism spectrum disorder, and taught English as a second language in China for two years. She is passionate about serving the Black Hill Community that she loves. When she is not in the office or studying she is training for various races and exploring the black hills by foot or bicycle with friends and family. She is excited about her upcoming graduation in April 2020.
James T. Kinyon, MS, LPC-MH, LMFT, QMHP
Jim Kinyon, executive director, earned his Master’s in Counseling from SDSU in 1990. He has been the executive director at Catholic Social Services since 1992. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health (LPC-MH) and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). Because of his administrative duties, his counseling time is limited, but his passion for helping marriages is still strong. Jim leads workshops on Marriage as a Mission, Drug and Alcohol Prevention, Boundaries and Conflict Resolution, Personalities in the Workplace, and Poverty and Justice in SD. He also facilitates retreats such as Marriage Matters, Men’s Spirituality, and Reflections on Michelangelo’s Art and Life.