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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Indianapolis

David Blumenthal, Psychologist  in Indianapolis
“My background includes extensive education, training and experience: seven university degrees, ten years of psychoanalytic study and over fifty years of wide professional practice. My work has a spiritual focus within the frame of dynamic psychology. No one is ever turned away for financial reasons if my special help is needed. At no charge a "Get Acquainted" session is invited.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 849-4773
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Eddie L Journey  in Indianapolis
“As a spiritually-integrated professional, I seek clients who are seeking an affirming yet challenging space where their whole selves are able to be fully present and welcomed. Your concerns are my concerns and it is my privilege to walk alongside you as your work toward your own self transformation. As such, I specialize in real talk with real people. A shared therapeutic goal, then, would be strengthening your security to share your true self, which I suggest is always your best self. At Goodpoint Counseling, we strive to be a safe space where your best self begins...
Psychoanalytic
(317) 451-4430
Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
“I work with clients who are ready for change and are eager to honestly examine their lives-- clients who are ready to explore issues which have generated, disappointments, resentments, loneliness, pain, anger, or heartache. Life is hard, and at times we all need someone who will see us, hear us, and help us explore who we are and why we do the things we do. My approach is primarily psychodynamic and it is highly influenced by object relations and attachment theory. I believe our work is a collaborative effort. I provide a compassionate, engaging and respectful environment for clients.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 204-4579
Indianapolis, Indiana 46250
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.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 653-4986
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Felicity Kelcourse,   in Indianapolis
“With over 20 years' experience I have worked with a wide variety of clients. I currently teach and supervise counseling graduate students with a part-time counseling practice. I specialize in insight oriented work with individuals, including dream work, offering psychoanalysis as well as weekly psychotherapy. I also offer monthly spiritual direction as a recorded Quaker minister and a member of Spiritual Directors International. A licensed Mental Health Counselor (IN), Diplomate in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and an American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Supervisor I offer supervision as well as individual, couple, family and group therapy.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 891-5557
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
Jennifer Dyan Gregory,   in Indianapolis
“In my practice I serve those who wish for deep healing and transformation, actualization of the self, and an evolution toward internal balance with the use of metaphor, symbolism, artistic expression and dream work. I received my training at Christian Theological Seminary, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Master of Arts degree in Mental Health Counseling. My training focused on analytic and psychoanalytic approaches to working with individuals, couples, and groups. My predominant theoretical perspectives are intersubjective psychoanalytic (considers relational aspects of therapeutic encounter), Jungian analytic (self-actualization and transformation) and object relations (considers impact of early relationships on personality).
Psychoanalytic
(317) 565-2817
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
Kelsey Hanlon  in Indianapolis
“The essence of my work is to help people move toward personal freedom and attain deep internal transformation. Together we will work to understand more about your thoughts, behaviors, and feelings, enabling you to have more choice in your life. The therapy process allows you to realize your potential for happiness, growth, intimacy, success, and creativity. The type of work I do is particularly effective for those who have chronic emotional distress and have explored other avenues, such as short-term therapy and medication, but have not found lasting change. My job is to facilitate self-understanding.
Psychoanalytic
(812) 291-5085
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
K. Brynolf Lyon, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“I serve clients who struggle with long term emotional distress or who have crisis issues in their lives. Clients who are motivated to understand the conscious and unconscious forces and meanings that shape their experience and their relationships to significant others are specially suited to the kind of work I do. I work largely from the perspective of intersubjective psychoanalytic theory and object relations theory.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 300-5220
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
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.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 606-2965
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
Jessica Buescher, Art Therapist  in Indianapolis
Art Therapist, MA, ATR
“Are you feeling lost in uncertainty? Is anxiety or stress overwhelming you? I use a strength-based philosophy that focuses on psychological wellness rather than disease and illness. Using art materials alongside an art therapist, reflecting upon the creative process, and discussing a finished product, clients can increase self-awareness, cope with symptoms, and enjoy the delight of creation. My role as a witness, a guide, and an authentic presence is to accompany clients along their healing paths. I specialize in working with women and children who have suffered trauma and neurological/sensory disorders in children ages 2-18.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 662-2543
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Kevin Strawbridge, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Greetings and thank you for your interest in my practice. My approach to treatment of individuals, couples, and family's is tailored to fit the unique needs of each situation. I have experience in working with a variety of concerns relating to challenging thoughts, feelings, and behavior.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 891-5739
Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
Brian Grant, Psychologist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, HSPP, LMFT
“I want to work with you if you’re facing long-standing personality issues or relationship struggles growing out of them. Though not a psychoanalyst, I am strongly informed by psychoanalytic theory, particularly object relations and intersubjectivity. I like to work with individuals once or twice a week over periods of at least a year or two, and weekly with couples, focusing on the overlap between emotional issues that arise in the therapy room, in your life outside of therapy, and in your family of origin. I'm interested in concerns growing out of cultural difference, religious commitment, and immigration.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 883-7837
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
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.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 661-4360
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
Benjamin T. Meadows, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“The goal of my practice is to provide an environment that is conducive to personal growth by offering you safety, comfort and authenticity. We all need someone to talk to at some point in life, in fact, that is what much of being human is all about - the desire to seek advice and guidance as we experience challenges, be they minor derailments or profound tragedies.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 412-9607
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Options Depression Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Indianapolis
“Do you ever feel that your life is empty? Do you often feel hopeless? Have you lost interest in activities you used to enjoy? If you answered yes to the previous questions, you could be suffering from clinical depression. Don't think that you will be able to get through this on your own, depression is a serious illness that requires professional help to overcome. Options has helped many people just like yourself overcome their depression. We're proud to offer exemplary treatment provided by an amazing and compassionate team of therapists and clinicians that want nothing more than to help turn your life around. Reach out to us today and learn that you can beat this and live a happy, joyful life.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 653-4222
Indianapolis, Indiana 46226
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.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 653-4305
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
“The decision to enter counseling is often a difficult one and rarely happens without struggle. Life's challenges come in many forms but thankfully there are many paths we can take together for a healthier new beginning. Therefore, it is very important to work with a therapist with whom you can connect for the most positive outcome tailored to your needs free from judgment. I offer online counseling opportunities to residents of Indiana and Florida which gives a wide variety of flexibility for you. In addition, I use HIPAA and HITECH compliant video and email services to ensure the highest level of confidentiality and security.
Psychoanalytic
(877) 721-8743
Indianapolis, Indiana 46214
Jonathan M Burg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CSAYC
“I earned my undergraduate degree in Bible and Religion from Anderson University. I completed my master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Indiana Wesleyan University. I am a licensed marriage and family therapist. I have worked in residential facilities for at-risk youth, schools, prisons, churches and private practices.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 653-4287
Office is near:
Indianapolis, Indiana 46229
David A Kearby, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My philosophy to therapy/counseling begins with getting to know you and developing a mutual trust that will allow therapy to be successful. As each individual is unique, there isn't a "one size fits all" approach to therapy; my goal is to tailor treatment to help you best reach your full potential. Through a supportive, non-judgemental environment, I will collaborate with you in order to create a therapeutic relationship that is uniquely yours.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 843-9922
Office is near:
Indianapolis, Indiana 46268
Jessica A Neely, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Is your adolescent struggling in school? Are you having difficulty keeping his/her behavior under control? Is your child acting differently (isolating themselves, arguing more than usual, avoiding peers, self-harming)? Are you struggling with a divorced or blended family situation? I would love to be able to help you, your child, and your family. I have been working with at-risk, troubled youth and their families for over 10 years. This includes working closely with the school, juvenile system, and medical practictioners, as well.
Psychoanalytic
(317) 723-5435 x2
Office is near:
Indianapolis, Indiana 46234

Psychoanalytic Therapists
Psychoanalysis is an in-depth form of therapy. The client learns what conscious and unconscious wishes drive their patterns of thinking and behavior on the theory that, by making the unconscious conscious, they will make more educated choices over how they think and act.

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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.

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