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Therapists in Indianapolis

Drew E Brummell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“My 24 year practice has focused on working with individuals, couples and families adjusting to life's many challenges that can overwhelm one from time to time. These situations can lead to feelings of helpless, but too often they hesitate seek help. Are you tired of feeling stressed and overwhelmed? We could work on those and other problems that are concerning you. My approach is client centered and supportive.
(317) 606-2268
Indianapolis, Indiana 46216
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Emotional distress is overwhelming and can interfere with your life. Professional support and treatment can help resolve many difficulties, relationships can become more fulfilling, and self image can be enhanced. I have a dynamic, warm and interactive style, and believe everyone has the ability to use their inner strength and awareness, as well as develop more effective ways of coping. I have been in private practice for fifteen years.
(317) 606-2965
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
Susan F Kleinman, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“I create a warm, respectful and supportive environment to explore your concerns. Together, we will work to address the challenges your are facing so you can develop a better understanding of yourself and your relationships.
(317) 739-4951
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Barbara Thornburg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been a licensed clinical social worker for over thirty years working with adults, adolescents and older children, parents, couples, and families. I specialize in the areas of anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome, grief/bereavement, and women's issues.
(317) 855-0306 x5
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
Jennifer Katzenstein, Psychologist  in Indianapolis
“At Pediatric Neurobehavioral Group we focus on children aged 2-22 years old. We only employ fully board certified specialists who are experts in their field. Our primary areas of focus are AD/HD, executive dysfunctioning, behavioral dysregulation, complex medical cases, and autism. Additionally, we are a full service practice offering concussion clinics, NCAA AD/HD medical exemptions, private school admittance evaluations, SAT/ACT accommodations, and school consultations.
(317) 564-9761
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
Deidra Storey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LMHC
“I regard life as an continual process of self-discovery, learning, and growth. I am looking forward to meeting you and helping you with your life journey! My approach is nonjudgmental and collaborative. Skilled in the use of cognitive behavioral therapy, I help people of all ages identify goals and effective strategies to achieve them. Particular areas of interest are: managing stress, regulating emotions, improving interpersonal relationships, and achieving a sense of personal balance/ satisfaction with life.
(317) 623-3158
Indianapolis, Indiana 46268
Kristi M Gmutza, Art Therapist  in Indianapolis
“Through art therapy, I help others find the connections between their thoughts, feelings and actions. I believe in the healing quality of the arts and use art making to help others express themselves, to gain personal insight and to make meaningful life changes. As a mother of a preschooler and an in-home childcare provider, I specialize in providing developmentally stimulating and therapeutic art experiences for young children and teenagers. I am also a trained positive discipline parent educator and enjoy working with pregnant women, mothers, couples and families.
(317) 218-4653
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Benetta E Johnson, Psychologist  in Indianapolis
“I provide a setting inclusive of calm, supporting personal growth, reflection, and insight. I encourage the nurturance of hope as a factor of psychological wellness and respect the courage entailed in listening to one's inner voice while seeking to maintain psychological health. I have a sincere interest and passion in the emotional wellness and spiritual health of human beings. I appreciate the courage and resilience within the human spirit and the anguish that life experiences can bring to your inner core.
(317) 563-1848
Indianapolis, Indiana 46224
Ada Stephanie Hosier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you or your family member overwhelmed or experiencing despair? You are not alone. One in five people seek out therapy because they are dealing with emotional issues that are severe enough to interfere with their daily lives. I have 30 years experience in the Mental Health Field and know approaching therapy can be very intimidating. I will help you walk through the first step with a free phone consult hoping to gain your trust. We will work to find the best solutions to your issues, so you can find relief from your symptoms and feel renewed again.
(317) 489-5571
Indianapolis, Indiana 46226
Alisa Faust-Halle, Psychologist  in Indianapolis
“Making the choice to seek mental health services can be difficult. However, you will feel relief after reaching out and connecting with someone who has your best interest in mind. I am fortunate to have worked with children, teens, parents, families, and young adults in a variety of settings. I strive to provide confidential, caring, practical, and supportive guidance. I especially enjoy working with individuals experiencing: ADHD, anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorders, adjustment issues (including divorce), depression, learning challenges, behavioral disorders, mood disorders, and parenting concerns.
(317) 427-6659
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Benjamin May, Psychiatrist  in Indianapolis
“I often work with people who are facing significant emotional distress - either due to unfortunate circumstances or as a result of troubling old patterns that keep resurfacing.
(317) 884-8636
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Sarah Nevin, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“I work with people who want to move from emotional pain, conflict or confusion toward more happiness, peace and passion in their life, work, and relationships. Together, we'll learn to observe repeating life patterns and examine how the past might be influencing your present and future. Our work together can also help you discover and strengthen the creative, emotional, and intuitive resources that can lead you toward more passionate, fulfilling life.
(317) 662-2862
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
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
Ethel Bartky, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Indianapolis
“Welcome. Whether you are experiencing depression, anxiety, anger or relationship difficulties, my goal is to help you improve your ability to help yourself. I work with individuals, couples and families. I strive to establish and maintain a caring environment conducive to change and focused on your particular needs.
(317) 782-5993
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
Maureen Sweeney  in Indianapolis
“We often find ourselves repeating patterns in our thoughts and our ways of relating that keep us stuck and unable to move forward in life, preventing us from fully experiencing all that we would like. Past relationships and early experiences impact our current perceptions of our self, others, and the world. The therapeutic process provides an opportunity to gain insight and understanding, as well as a space to explore and work through these patterns and places in life in the hope of gaining a greater sense of freedom and aliveness. As a therapist, I value the uniqueness of each person and view therapy as collaborative.
(317) 661-4360
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
Matthew Thompson  in Indianapolis
“If you are in need of a safe, non-judgmental environment to begin the healing process, I can help. I am passionate about working with individuals facing a variety of issues such as depression, anxiety, self-esteem, relational issues, and much more. Making changes can be difficult, but you do not have to go about this alone.
(317) 739-4894
Indianapolis, Indiana 46227
Sharlie C Patch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMHC
“Interested in a collaborative approach to therapy? I offer a therapeutic relationship that encourages client empowerment and growth by making the client's goals central to treatment. The relationship I form with clients is one of humility, sincerity, and genuine interest. These qualities create an environment where personal growth can flourish. I believe the therapeutic process should always be a quest for meaning, alongside practical skills. My role as therapist is to allow the client to explore the meaning of one's distress and reframe suffering as an opportunity for personal growth.
(765) 304-0064
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Jennifer G Williams, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“During the 15 years I have been in practice, I have served clients with a wide range of presenting concerns. My personal approach is supportive and non-judgmental. I value learning about and implementing best-practice therapeutic interventions to maximize the effectiveness of the services I provide.
(317) 494-7286
Indianapolis, Indiana 46268
“I have been active in the mental health field for over 10 years. I believe that therapy is a process that focuses on balance in all areas of life. My practice has been open for over a year and continues to grow. I work primarily with teenagers and young adults but also see adults and families. Areas of specialty include but are not limited to: Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Grief and Loss, Borderline Personality Disorder and trauma. My framework of therapy is based off of DBT principles. I recently added a teenage girl DBT skills training group to my practice.
(317) 671-7673
Indianapolis, Indiana 46237
Emily S Paxton, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“I approach each client and family with compassion, a desire to connect, and with truth and grace. I counsel clients with an eating disorder, food addiction, or clients who have been unsuccessful with traditional diet and exercise programs. In addition, I serve clients experiencing daily stressors including relationship challenges, problems at work/school, and possible problems juggling a work/school-life balance. It is very rewarding to help clients learn new tools allowing them to navigate the challenges of this world more successfully. I employ numerous therapeutic techniques taken from Christian counseling principles, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma focused therapy, humanistic therapy, and addiction therapy.
(317) 661-4377 x110
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256

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?
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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.