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Therapists in Indianapolis

Nicole Burgess, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I work with children, adolescents and adults, individuals and families who are having relationship issues, recovering from past or recent traumas, anxiety, depression, grief and loss issues or adjusting to transitions in life, such as moving or job loss. I use techniques to assist in managing stress, increasing communication skills and together we will look at how your thoughts are shaping your emotions and behaviors.
(317) 606-2348
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
James N. Linville, LMHC, LLC, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“If you have questioned why you are not experiencing life to the fullest, if you are struggling with depression, anxiety, addictions, compulsions or life controlling issues, or your relationships are not working as you had intended, I would love to help you find answers. I have worked with individuals, children, and adolescents, through out my career to help individuals and their families receive emotional healing. Historically, I have worked in inpatient, outpatient, substance abuse treatment centers, as well as individual outpatient settings. When you contact me I will work with you to develop a course of treatment that is best for you and your family.
(317) 653-4079
Indianapolis, Indiana 46226
Elevated Minds LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
“Are you feeling stressed, depressed, or hopeless? Have you experienced an abrupt profound change in mood? Do you dread coming home and having to deal with family members and their unacceptable behaviors? Are your children suffering socially and emotionally in the home and community settings? So you have answered "yes" to any of these questions but still reluctant about counseling for the following or more reasons: "I don't want to talk to a stranger about all my personal problems" or "I don't want to talk to a stranger about all my personal problems."
(317) 300-4810
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Cheryl Dale Shipp, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I work with clients in an interactive role helping them identify what may be in their way of experiencing a healthy,serene and balanced life, In your Pathway towards growth,change and healing old wounds,towards changes,peace and resources so goals become reachable. I approach your journey by combining mind,body and spirit to move towards change. I have 30 years of experience as a Therapist working with individuals,couples and families with varied issues. I compare therapy/counseling similiar to taking a class learning about yourself with detail, which could be the most valuable class you invested in!..
(317) 622-4130
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
John Bealke, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“We learn at an early age to say, "I don't care," or "That doesn't matter," as a way to cope. Over time this may cost us the awareness of what is most important to us, and leave us disconnected from our innate vitality, passion, and knowledge of what is most right for us. Cut off from these resources, we are more susceptible to depression, anxiety, and other painful conditions. But so long as we remain alive, we have the capacity to reclaim our birthright and increase our awareness of the wondrous reality and possibilities of our own existence.
(317) 672-0675
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
Tamyra R Seaver, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MDiv, LCAC, CADAC
“With over Twenty-six years experience, I have had opportunity to witness and participate in the ever advancing understanding of the treatment of chemcial dependency. As we have expanded our knowledge of the disease concept of addiction, we have advanced our cognitive behavioral approach of care to include neurological/brain chemistry healing utilzing medication managment in conjnction with individual and group therapy. These advances are ever changing the success rates we are experinecing with transitioning individual affected by this disease from chronic/acute disease states to stabilized and/or remission status.
(317) 653-4305
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Mary Beth Winter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who enjoys working with individuals, couples and families who are striving to find meaningful connection and positive solutions to life challenges. By providing a safe, non-judgmental environment clients often find that therapy offers a unique opportunity to address and confront their challenges with dignity and respect.
(317) 474-6537
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
Valerie Walters, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“I am so glad that our paths have crossed. Seeking help takes courage and we all need it from time to time. I view counseling as a relatively short term investment that yields a lifetime of value. In my personal and professional experience I have found that it usually takes a third party to help identify and challenge problematic patterns that keep us hurting and stuck. In this way, counseling helps you to develop new ways of thinking about and responding to life's inevitable challenges. Please feel free to browse www.threestonescounseling.com to find out more.
(317) 661-2986
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Lindsay Gayle, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“My professional approach centers on warmth and understanding. Children are quick to sense insincerity, so I pride myself on being genuine. I believe in therapy being individualized for the needs of the child and the family, and use my intuition, experience, and empathic listening to achieve this. I also am very calm and relaxed in my approach, though I utilize many different activities and types of play to engage kids. This increases the effectiveness of therapy and also makes it more fun for the clients!
(317) 622-4055
Indianapolis, Indiana 46268
Susan Oxfurth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I specialize in the treatment of children, adolescents, and young adults. I help with parenting skills, family therapy, and will coordinate services with your child's school. I also specialize with cognitive behavior therapy. I also provide group therapy based upon your child's needs.
(317) 606-2847
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
Gayle A Gingrich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAC
“All people at some point in their lives face difficult life transitions, relationship problems, mental or physical illnesses, or emotional crises. Others feel caughtŁ in an unhappy situation or pattern of behavior and realize they want to or should change, but are not sure how. Youth and children, and their parents, have special challenges. Focusing on your life story, developing a vision for your future, and using a collaborative, individualized approach, I will help you take the next steps towards understanding the issues you and your family face, and to move on to a healthy and fulfilling future.
(317) 474-6479
Indianapolis, Indiana 46216
Carol Wagner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAC
“My practice provides a safe haven for adults (18 and up) struggling with low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, work stress, grief/loss, abandonment/trust, family-of-origin/relationship issues, substance abuse and other addictive behaviors. When people seek counseling they often feel helpless, hopeless, and lost. My approach is supportive, interactive, and reflects my commitment to help my clients "heal what hurts" and feel more positive about themselves, their lives, and their future.
(317) 662-2908
Indianapolis, Indiana 46203
Grace Layton, LLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Indianapolis
“Anthem BC/BS Accepted! If you are struggling with anxiety, fears, depression, life transitions, or relationships, I would be honored to work with you. You can learn to: Change unhelpful thought patterns ~ Gain confidence ~ Increase insight and bring new perspective to your circumstances ~ Control and manage anxiety, racing thoughts, worries, and stress ~ More effectively manage physical manifestations of stress and sleep disturbances ~ Recognize and end negative patterns in relationships ~ Communicate effectively with your partner in order to feel heard and understood ~ Ask for what you need ~ Address physical and emotional intimacy needs~ Model a positive, healthy relationship to your children.
(317) 494-7818
Indianapolis, Indiana 46250
“I view therapy as an opportunity to explore and give meanings to the unknown. The spirit of my work is providing a safe and comfortable place to work through unresolved issues and experience freedom and peace from within. I value the client/therapist relationship by offering space and support for clients. Clients describe me as an empathetic, supportive and compassionate therapist, gifted in connecting with clients.
(317) 662-2867 x5008
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
“I work with individuals, couples and children. I approach therapy with a strong psychoanalytical bent which invites deeper and longer lasting results. Together we explore the here and now of what has brought you in to therapy and co-creat the space where you do your work. I strongly believe your answers reside within you. I am there to be with you as we explore, discover and resolve.
(317) 480-7814
Indianapolis, Indiana 46280
Erin Maureen Kruger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling anxious or depressed? Do you appear to be "doing ok" on the outside, but inside feel lonely, isolated, or overwhelmed? Are your relationships dissatisfying? Do you feel like you're living life on autopilot or out of sync with what truly matters to you? Whether these are new problems, or patterns you've developed over a longer period of time, we can sort through it together. I'd like to teach you a way to handle painful thoughts and feelings so that they cause you less distress, and free you up to confidently engage in life now.
(317) 348-2587
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
“My hope, as a relationship and individual counselor, is to function as a facilitator helping you navigate your current challenges; i.e. difficult personal or family transitions, poor communication/conflict resolution, trust issues and loss. I can help you to reach your goals so you can move forward in your life, building on your own inner strengths and capabilities as part of the process. I have tools to provide you for practicing new skills that you can carry beyond counseling, into your own life and relationships.
(317) 708-0151
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Erin Dickerson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCAC
“Hello! I have enjoyed working as a licensed clinical social worker and licensed clinical addictions counselor for over 15 years. I have a wide range of skills, capable of working with a wide variety of issues, that include, but are not limited to improving coping skills, stress management, relationship enhancement and managing moods. In addition to these interests, my passion includes working with children, adolescents and their families. I use play and sand tray therapy to compliment the therapy process, allowing children to express themselves, while including the caregivers and siblings, to help the entire family reach their goals.
(317) 661-2935
Indianapolis, Indiana 46216
Answers For Men, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“My counseling focuses on men and marriages with special emphasis on the issue of sex addiction. I also provide mid-life career change evaluations. I do not pretend that my counseling is for everyone but for those weary of the myriad voices promising to make you "feel" better, I offer the hope of personal growth so that you can "do" life better. To tackle the work of personal change is risky but as Soren Kierkegaard said: "To risk is to lose one's footing momentarily, to not risk is to lose one's self."
(317) 300-5989
Indianapolis, Indiana 46254
Abigail Ristine-Smith, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MAMFT
“I am honored to have the opportunity to take part in a therapeutic relationship with my clients. I see the therapeutic process occurring on two levels. I want to help you make concrete changes in your life and also to learn about the foundations of who you are, formed by your early experiences and relationships. The client-therapist relationship in a sacred place for honesty and trust and objectivity. I welcome you just as you are.
(317) 653-4986
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Indianapolis have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Indianapolis you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Indianapolis and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Indianapolis or family therapy in Indianapolis.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Indianapolis, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.