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Therapists in New Albany

Carrie A Hunter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Albany
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MDiv
“I enjoy partnering with people as they make changes in their lives. I recently helped satisfied clients have significantly lowered depression levels, reduced panic attacks, let go of disturbing memories from childhood victimization, learn to successfully manage stressful work situations, speak up for themselves with families & friends, begin new romantic relationships, strengthen their partner relationships, and become more effective and loving parents, among many, many more exciting life ventures.
(502) 437-9987
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Aaron Hellems, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life is complex and relationships are important. I believe the therapeutic relationship between a client and therapist is essential for helping a client reach his or her goals. This relationship based on trust, respect, and careful listening is the foundation for exploring clients' concerns, learning new skills, and gaining new perspectives. I enjoy being part of this client-centered process. I use a blend of cognitive-behavioral and insight-oriented strategies to help clients reach goals they set for themselves. I use evidence-based practices when appropriate. Above all, I strive to help clients feel understood and heard.
(812) 202-4058
New Albany, Indiana 47150
“I work with individuals, couples and families in all stages of their lives. I work with clients to meet their individual needs. Each and every day is a "new day" that offers a fresh beginning. I can always be contacted by phone. I know that situations can arise suddenly and need immediate attention so I work diligently to assist clients when a crisis occurs. You won't be alone when you need help. My mission is to "be there" for my clients.
(502) 365-5275
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Krystal Angevine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCAC, BCB, BCN
“Krystal Angevine has over 25 years experience in holistic counseling and is a past recipient of the Indiana Social Work Leader of the Year award. Krystal specializes in IFS therapy, EMDR, biofeedback, and she is an Advanced-level provider of Peter Levine's Somatic Experiencing Trauma Therapy. Areas of expertise include panic attacks, PTSD, anxiety, relationship issues, depression, migraine headaches, phobias, ADHD, trauma, stress, addictions, nightmares and sleep disturbance. Krystal is BCIA Board certified in biofeedback and has been a speaker at State and international conferences. Evening and weekend appointments available. Krystal excels in helping clients enhance their healer within.
(502) 383-1155
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Nova Counseling Alternatives, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Albany
“Nova Counseling Alternatives provides cost-effective services to those in the Southern Indiana/Greater Louisville community through traditional psychotherapy, education, and alternative treatments to help clients reach their full potentials.
(812) 405-1049
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Jane M Owens, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MSSW
“"Life is what happens when we're busy making other plans" is a familiar quote from a song by John Lennon that resonates with many of us. We live our lives, moving along our paths, and inevitably we hit bumps in the road. Whether you are seeking individual therapy for yourself, couples therapy to strengthen your relationship, or family therapy to make home a healthier emotional environment, I can help you transition through challenges; small changes in thinking and perspective along with learning positive communication and life skills can make a huge difference.
(502) 771-4686
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Julie Ciriano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 15 years experience helping children, families, and adults. I work with adults, children and families on various interpersonal issues. I use play therapy, sand tray, and expressive techniques with children. I believe the family has to be involved in therapy with children to effectively help them. I enjoy helping people through difficult relationships with family members. I work with adults and children with recent or past traumas. I use EMDR with these clients which allows people to reprocess the trauma and lessen negative physical reactions to the trauma.
(502) 324-3973
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New Albany, Indiana 47150
Pat Coppinger, MS, LMFT, PLLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Albany
“Are you having trouble releasing yourself from unhealthy habits? Are you frightened because your significant relationship is falling into conflict and pain? Are you plagued with overwhelming negative moods? I find that, most of the time, healthy, change-producing, self-curing experiences are available in our everyday lives. But sometimes people just can't seem to make these things work for them. Their behavior and goals become increasingly out-of-synch, leading to painful "stuckness". That's when therapy is a good choice!
(502) 383-1953
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Sally Connolly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT
“Are you tired of the same old arguments? Love your partner but no longer feel "in love"? Has an affair affected your relationship? It is often hard to figure out what to do. I can help. As a marriage and family therapist, my specialty is working with couples. I have been helping couples to solve these problems, and many others, for a long time and would be glad to help you as well. To begin, please visit my web site for a free relationship quiz and read some of the articles that I have written.
(502) 548-1666
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150
David H Cook, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“Challenges in relationships, whether with spouses, partners, or with a parent and their children, help determine one's sense of security and well being at home. Work related demands and other difficulties can be additional stresses. It's vitally important that you, a potential client, and I develop rapport which will help us effectively address your concerns. I enjoy people and hope to do my best in responding to you as we build on what's already working well in your life at this time.
(502) 233-2541 x1
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150
John E Turner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Looking for positive connection? Want to reduce feelings of disappointment, negative patterns, or manage an affair or betrayal? I take pleasure in my life's work with a hopeful approach based on positive psychology and recent research about successful individuals and couples. I have a wide variety of experience and have been instructor at the University of Louisville Kent School of Social Work and Family Therapy program. I am married to a Family Therapist, Sally R. Connolly, and we share mutual approaches and values in our work
(502) 451-4628 x502
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New Albany, Indiana 47150
Jonathan Shippey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Albany
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA, MFT
“I am a Gottman Certified Couples Therapist, having trained extensively with Drs. John & Julie Gottman, known worldwide for their groundbreaking research and insights into what works in couples therapy. I am the only Gottman Certified therapist between Nashville and Cincinnati.(Visit www.gottman to learn more about what sets this method apart from other non-researched therapies.) The Gottman method is very solution-focused and incredibly hope-giving in its applicability. From the first appointment, you will begin to pinpoint what specifically is hampering you as a couple and will learn skills to start turning your relationship toward the better.
(502) 414-1964
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Bill Stanley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you find yourself stuck at work or at home? Do you want to strengthen your relationships? Do you need to improve communication and resolve conflict? Do you find yourself repeating patterns that produce depression and anxiety?
(502) 542-6817
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Jennifer Owens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSSW, LMT
“I practice using a positive, strengths based and trauma focued approach focusing on how to overcome the obstacles that you are facing today for a better tomorrow. I have extensive background in holistic health, crisis and suicide assessment/intervention and children/adolescent therapy. I believe in supportive growth in session and go beyond talk therapy in most cases integrating body, mind and spirit to create lasting change. Together, the client and I evaluate progress and make changes as needed throughout treatment.
(502) 514-0585
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Kasey Brady, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice focuses primarily on individuals and couples who are dealing with traumas, addictions and communication issues. I give my patients the support to sort through the racket in their heads and find clarity. Many times emotional issues stem from events in our lives which have been either buried or minimized. I help my patients explore these events in order to identify the old beliefs and ideas that created disfunctional coping mechanisms. Once identified, these old ideas and beliefs can be replaced with new healthier ones.
(502) 230-1953
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Kevin J Karl, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Building upon almost 20 years of pastoral counseling to couples and individuals, I pursued additional study culminating in a Master of Science in Social Work from the Kent School at the University of Louisville. Since receiving that degree, I have gained valuable experience as a therapist in community mental health programs, in private therapy with residents of local long term care facilities, and as an administrator at Franciscan Healthcare Center. My experience with the elderly and their families provides a unique perspective into the dynamics of family relationships.
(502) 233-2588
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150
John S Shealy, Psychologist  in New Albany
“I specialize in Mindfulness-Based Integral Psychotherapy and Life Coaching. I help my clients establish a comfortable seat of mindfulness from which to explore the deeper reality underlying their distressing symptoms - the reality of the chaotic mind, the restless body, the unfulfilled spirit, and the unconscious shadow (including unresolved trauma). I find that my approach works especially well for clients who are motivated to reach their highest potential as well as for those struggling with meaning-of-life issues - are being pulled by their higher spiritual yearnings, and those seeking to enhance their intimate partnerships and overall quality of life.
(502) 650-9382
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Jacquelyn Gilles, Psychologist  in New Albany
“I believe that we all have needs that drive our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The need to connect, to be seen, to be heard, to succeed, to feel alive... Sometimes we are successful in getting our needs met, sometimes we are not. Often, we think there is only one way to be. We see and interpret our experiences with the patterns we establish in our early years. These ways of interacting in the world aren't always as effective or helpful as they may have been when we were young. Fortunately, we can change.
(502) 416-1344
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Maurice McCormick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, EdD, LPCC, LMHC, CBIP
“I want to save marriages and help marriages grow stronger. I help people overcome their depression and fears. I help people to manage their anger whether they are court ordered or not. Website: www. LouisvilleMarriageCounselor.yolasite.com I am a Certified Batterer Intervention Provider. I was Human Services Chair at Ivy Tech College for 11 years, Education dept. head at Jefferson Community College for 20 years, and I have been an adjunct (part time) at 12 different colleges. Currently I am Pastoral Counseling Chair at Agape Seminary Louisville Campus.
(502) 324-1198
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150
Jean A. Campbell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with A Master's degree in Psychology. I have worked in the mental health field for over 30 years and have maintained a full-time private practice since 1994. I help adolescents and adults solve the tough problems they face individually as well as the challenges that arise in families, couple relationships, and in the workplace. I focus on solutions, strengths, and skill-building in addressing the sticking points in people's lives.
(502) 225-3470
Office is near:
New Albany, Indiana 47150

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