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Therapists in Indianapolis

Staci Vanzant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CHWC
“Staci has been working as a licensed clinical therapist with all ages throughout the last 10 years. She now also works with clients as a Certified Health and Wellness Coach, assisting clients in setting and achieving goals such as weight loss, career advancement, and overall increased life satisfaction.
(765) 274-4551
Indianapolis, Indiana 46241
Kathleen Maxey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Feeling stuck in your life? Has your relationship lost its spark? Are you frequently fatigued? Loss, anxiety, depression and miss-communication can take away the spark. Make a commitment to restore the magic in your life.
(317) 661-4083
Indianapolis, Indiana 46268
Andrea Heiden  in Indianapolis
“To me, being a therapist is about helping you to achieve your maximum potential in mental health and happiness. Do you feel like you need someone with whom to talk, whether to help you sort out some confusing issues, or to empathize with you? I feel honored to be able to do this work and help you achieve self-actualization, whatever that looks like ideally for you. There is help. There is a way to feel better.
(317) 661-4070
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
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
Shelley Spencer-Hellmich, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LCAC, CADACIV, CDVC
“"I work with adults, children and adolescents. I often work with relationship, marital and family issues. I help couples with communication issues and provide ideas to work on outside of the session. Children often see me for stress management techniques to utilize at school and home; and I teach them techniques to help increase focus and concentration."
(317) 891-5894
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
Melissa Porter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, I have a passion for working with individuals, couples and families as you navigate through life's ups and downs. Finding balance in life can, at times, be a challenge, but through a collaborative and integrative approach, I strive to help you rediscover the wholeness that you have been missing by identifying barriers keeping you from your goals and also utilizing your strengths as stepping stones towards personal, relational, and emotional growth.
(317) 942-3384 x5029
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
ASH Psychological Services, P.C., Psychologist  in Indianapolis
“Parents: You want the best for your child, but you don't know what to do to help him or her. Your child did not come with an owner's manual. You don't need blame, you need help! I understand that a child's behaviors serve a purpose, and we work together to eliminate the need for the behaviors or to fulfill the need in healthier ways. And if the problem isn't that serious? Well, coaching may be better for your child than therapy--we work on strategies to improve behavior or schoolwork or whatever your concern is.
(317) 891-5942
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
Patricia Garcia, Psychologist  in Indianapolis
“I agree with Scott Peck when he wrote, "life is difficult." At times, we are confronted with painful experiences we would rather avoid. And because we don't deal with the discomfort those situations bring, we keep ourselves stuck - still experiencing and enacting the pain we are trying to avoid. I see psychotherapy as a liberating journey through which we are able to transcend the emotional discomfort painful occurrences bring with them, while learning to relate to our life stories in such a way that they no longer keep us hostage. Through this process, psychological and spiritual growth occurs. Let me walk with you.
(317) 497-5854
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Joanne Layton Bates, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“I draw on over 40 years of professional experience in my work with individuals, couples and families. Your counseling experience will be supportive, balanced and personalized.
(317) 449-2652
Indianapolis, Indiana 46280
Dina Varano, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“A strong therapeutic relationship can provide the context for transformative healing and growth. I work well with those who feel they are stuck in unhealthy relationship or behavioral patterns or who have experienced trauma or deprivation in their early lives and desire healing from those events. Since many chronic issues contain elements of earlier experiences, our work together may include increasing your awareness about how your past is at work in the present, reducing its ability to dictate your responses and choices, and letting go of defensive strategies that worked in the past but are not serving you now.
(317) 451-5320
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Kristen A Pastrick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAC
“"Because you are alive, everything is possible"- Thich Nhat Han. I believe that we all have the ability to change and the potential to be our best selves. As a therapist, I actively encourage, support and challenge you to define what you want in life. I feel that my role in counseling is to help empower you to create balance in your life and feel at peace and content. Using a variety of therapeutic techniques, I can help you challenge your thinking, let go of anxiety and fears, and find comfort and support.
(317) 662-2032
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Beth L. Fineberg, Psychologist  in Indianapolis
“If you value experience and need to talk over some painful issues, I would like to meet with you. After 40 years as a clinical psychologist, I'm still devoted to exploring the personal worlds and relationships of my clients. I take a conversational, collaborative approach to the search for new ways to solve old problems and deepen relationships. Sessions usually occur weekly or at least every other week to maintain a constructive intensity and continuity of effort toward self-awareness and increasing coping skills.
(317) 758-3401
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
Lauren Erika Hall  in Indianapolis
“Through counseling we discoverer the emergence of our most fulfilled selves: relinquishing old patterns, healing past hurts, developing meaningful insight, and opening to growth. Utilizing mindfulness-based therapeutic approaches, we become equip to understand the relationships between our thinking, feeling and actions.Through this work you will discover greater meaning in your daily experience, guided by your values and goals. As a clinically trained social worker, doctoral student and certified yoga teacher, I have experience working with adolescents and adults of vast backgrounds and look forward to working with you!
(317) 653-6447
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
Mary Grider, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“My passion is to help you connect with your true core, gain control of your life and live in a way that is consistent with your own values and beliefs. A favorite saying of mine is, "When it comes your time to die, you're the one who has to do it. So make YOUR choices, live YOUR life." Sadly, many people look in the mirror and feel like they're looking at a stranger.
(317) 622-4197
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
“Dr. Shepard Westcott earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology with concentration in forensic and neuropsychology. She completed an APPCN fellowship at the Indiana University School of Medicine where she worked with a variety of medical and psychiatric disorders. She specializes in neuropsychological assessment and treatment of neurodegenerative disorders, stroke, brain injury, and competency evaluations with adult and geriatric populations. She conducts fitness for duty evaluations for various organizations including law enforcement and government agencies.
(317) 836-0499
Indianapolis, Indiana 46290
Katherine Turner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe the process of therapy will help you clarify your feelings, understand yourself and others, explore options, and make changes in your life. My orientation as a therapist is both psychodynamic and interactive--gaining an understanding of your past to enhance your future. I consider self-knowledge and self-acceptance the best ways to overcome challenges encountered throughout life. Therapy should be tailored to a client's needs as no two people are alike, therefore I employ a variety of theories, techniques, and practices which customize treatment to the uniqueness of each individual.
(317) 443-9593
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
Debbie M Warman, Psychologist  in Indianapolis
“I have seen anxiety rob people of what they want to do and make what might seem to others small tasks feel downright impossible. I have also had the privilege of seeing people with anxiety learn new ways of dealing with their problems so they can do the things they've wanted to do for so long. I am passionate about helping people with anxiety - such as obsessive compulsive disorder, social anxiety, and phobias - fight against these problems. I am well aware of how difficult the fight is, but I believe it is a fight worth fighting.
(317) 758-3569
Indianapolis, Indiana 46227
Kay E Whitehead, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, FT
“If you are looking for a compassionate therapist, you have come to the right place. Being with the dying with 25 years of hospice experience and listening to grieving loved ones provides a gentle, caring backdrop for my work. If you are dealing with loss of any kind, 12-Step recovery issues, or relationship struggles, I will walk with you in this journey. My work is client focused, strengths based and body-centered. If you are in the LGBT community you will find a safe haven here. Come and find peace for heart and soul.
(317) 300-5196
Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
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
Drew E Brummell Lcsw Acsw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“My 29 year practice has focused on working with individuals, couples and families adjusting to life's many challenges that can overwhelm them from time to time. These situations can lead to feelings of helplessness, but too often they hesitate seeking 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
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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.

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.