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Resolute Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Indianapolis
“Since 1995, Resolute Treatment Center has been a provider of superior mental health care services for male children and adolescents who struggle with sexually maladaptive behaviors. With the goal of breaking the vicious cycle of victimization by offering such services, Resolute strives to instill the skills needed so that every youth who comes to this center for care is ultimately able to live a happy and healthy life in his respective community. Various therapeutic interventions are utilized at Resolute so that any existing mental health conditions present are also cared for during the course of treatment. Resolute Treatment Center also makes it a priority to ensure that every youth is able to navigate the therapeutic process in the safest environment possible. The caring and compassionate staff at Resolute is trained in working with youth who battle sexually maladaptive behaviors and deliver care with respect for each individual who comes to Resolute for treatment. The overarching mission of each staff member and program offered at Resolute is to treat not only behavioral concerns, but to improve each youth's social skills, familial relationships, and cognitive deficits that could be contributing to problematic or unhealthy behaviors.
(844) 201-2266
Indianapolis, Indiana 46222
Christie Clayton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“I'm so glad your search for a therapist has brought you here; without a doubt, the decision to seek support from a mental health professional takes courage. I strive to empower clients to find hope within life's most difficult situations. I feel that each client is the expert on their life and we can navigate life's challenges and successes together from a gentle, collaborative, and strengths based approach.
(317) 497-5692
Indianapolis, Indiana 46226
Carol Wagner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAC
“My practice provides a safe place for adults struggling with low self-esteem, depression, stress, grief/loss, abandonment/trust/ family-of-origin and relationship issues, substance abuse and other addictive behaviors. My approach is supportive, interactive, and committed to helping you heal what hurts and find your strengths, even if you're convinced you have none. Clients learn to appreciate themselves for all they are and all they are capable of becoming.
(317) 662-2908
Indianapolis, Indiana 46203
Kristen Cole, Psychologist  in Indianapolis
“Life is constantly changing, and difficulties inevitably arise. There are times when emotional pain can become so overwhelming that it seems impossible to overcome. I offer help to those who are experiencing this pain so that they are able to understand the underlying dynamics that are the root cause of their difficulties, and help them create positive changes in their life. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere my clients are offered a highly personalized approach where they can safely attain the personal growth they are striving for.
(317) 900-4398
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Phillips Hwang, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“I compassionately and skillfully provide evidence based treatment to couples, adults, and adolescents struggling with sexual issues such as difficulties in marital sexuality, affair recovery, sexual addiction, sexual abuse, and unwanted same sex attraction. I also provide couples counseling, premarital counseling, and individual counseling with presenting issues such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, grief, family issues, and spiritual issues. I also integrate Christian spirituality and spiritual formation into counseling sessions for clients who request this specialty. Ultimately, my desire is to journey with those who are hurting and broken to help them find true healing and hope.
(317) 451-5133
Indianapolis, Indiana 46268
Thelma Moore, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAC
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor. I work with adult individuals, couples and families dealing with substance abuse, anger control/resolution, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, trauma, and health related issues--specifically Huntington and Parkinson Diseases. I practice a person-centered approach and have clinical experience with substance abuse, mental health, co-occurring disorders, and trauma. I have worked with a variety of populations including veterans, homeless, court-ordered and self-referred individuals.
(317) 653-4191
Indianapolis, Indiana 46227
Teresa M Walters,   in Indianapolis
“Congratulations on taking the first step to finding the relational, emotional, behavior and spiritual wholeness you've always thought was possible. Making the decision to talk to a therapist takes a lot of courage. In fact, it can be down right scary. You may have questions about how therapy works, how much it will cost and whether therapy will actually help you find a resolution to your problem. As a licensed marriage and family therapist, assoc. I take your concerns seriously and work to provide you with a safe, non-pathologizing, collaborative and spiritually sensitive therapy experience.
(317) 660-2549
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
“I work with all types of patients, including those who have never been in therapy. Therapy can seem intimidating, but I will work to see that you feel comfortable and safe. It's important to feel trust in your therapist, so I welcome your feedback as to how I can better help you.
(317) 412-9139
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Jill Anne Zimmer  in Indianapolis
“Greetings! I extend hospitality to clients treading the undertows of life's transitions. In the larger system, we often misplace our best efforts and miss opportunities of self-advancement. Over time, we create negative stories of misunderstanding and judgment which oppose our efforts to grow. Together, we will collaborate on finding solutions and an understanding of how to optimize future possibilities which allow us to explore and transform the outcomes to these life narratives. We all have the human right to flourish using resilience, to embrace our connections and relationship that lay the foundation for renewed vigor, courage and hope.
(317) 576-4996 x5162
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
Tessa Faraone, Art Therapist  in Indianapolis
“Tessa Faraone, MA, ATR is a graduate of Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, receiving a dual master's degree in Art Therapy and Mental Health Counseling. Tessa holds a depth of experience and knowledge in providing therapeutic support throughout the healing journey of body, mind, and spirit.
(317) 376-1301
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
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.
(317) 883-7837
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
Gina Cerimele, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“YOU REALLY CAN HAVE A LIFE OF ABUNDANCE, PEACE AND JOY! I can help you move beyond old beliefs and routines that block you from maximzing your potential. Maybe you want to make some minor tweaks in your life, or maybe you want to make some big changes. I CAN HELP! Over the years, I have used many modalities to help people create the lives they want to live. I am comfortable working with individuals as well as married and unmarried couples from all walks of life. If you are ready to maximize your potential, let's get started!
(317) 891-5632
Indianapolis, Indiana 46225
Amy Ikerd, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAC
“I've been working in the field of addiction treatment for over 10 years and, as a result, I've adopted a style of therapy that is both direct and empowering and supportive. My experience allows for me to be flexible in my treatment approach, ensuring that I am providing counseling services that are individualized to meet your needs. My other therapy strengths are in treating anxiety and trauma related issues.
(317) 434-3590
Indianapolis, Indiana 46226
Charlotte Murphey  in Indianapolis
“Hi, I am a therapist who will be applying for licensure as a mental-health counselor in the fall of 2015. My clientele are people struggling with issues such as depression; anxiety; family issues; anger management, and trauma. I also have experience with substance abuse treatment and recovery. I am humanistic in my approach, which means I approach each client with a fundamental sense of respect for you as an individual, your journey as a human being, and I believe in your ability to make positive change.
(317) 622-0883
Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
Haley lee Hallock,   in Indianapolis
PSYCH-K, CCH
“I am a coach/guide and the owner/operator of Stitched Head & Heart Project. I facilitate individuals in areas of personal development, growth and relationships. I work to identify limiting thought cycles/beliefs ready for change. I graduated from Arizona State University Summa Cum Laude. I am a PSYCH-K Facilitator and Certified Consulting Hypnotist. The application of these techniques fosters power and lasting change on an innate subconscious level. Sessions focus on self-esteem, relationships, prosperity, health/body, personal power and dealing with grief/loss with a goal of uncovering needs safely/confidently as you create your change!
(480) 246-1862
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
Laura E Boggs, Psychologist  in Indianapolis
“I provide primarily individual therapy and especially enjoy working with children and teenagers. My experience with children and their families includes counseling services for ADHD, noncompliant behavior, depression and separation anxiety. I enjoy working with and have ample experience working with teenage girls. With adults, I provide therapy for depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and sexual assault.
(317) 653-4237
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
Robert L Smith, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“I work with individuals, couples and families struggling with depression, anxiety, stress/PTSD and marital issues. I provide short term/solution focused counseling. I strive to schedule clients within one week. I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC).
(317) 758-3664
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
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...
(317) 451-4430
Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
Elisabeth Henn-Carlson, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“Do the same problems and situations keep cropping up in your life, no matter how hard you try to not go there again? The Hakomi method is highly effective in identifying often deeply-buried beliefs, feelings and experiences that keep bringing us back to the same old place. Once we are in contact with those beliefs and feelings, they can be changed or welcomed as we wish. "Using techniques that include gentleness and mindfulness, Hakomi therapy allows us to make new choices around old material, and to make those choices permanent.
(317) 606-2907 x1
Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
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