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Therapists in South Bend

Kim Wasoski, Counselor  in South Bend
“Your best is going to change from moment to moment; it will be different when you are healthy. Emotional healing cannot always be achieved alone. We are all on a journey in this lifetime and there are times when we may need to seek help/support to sort out our struggles. How we think about situations and how we respond to life, significantly impacts our ability to be happy, our relationships and how we feel about ourselves. My practice provides a supportive and therapeutic environment for positive changes and self-discovery.
(574) 244-9731
South Bend, Indiana 46615
James F. Brogle, Psychologist  in South Bend
“I understand that making the decision to select and see a therapist can be daunting. I find that by offering a comfortable environment, most people that come in my door discover the benefits of talking to an experienced therapist. My primary goal is to improve the quality of life for people whose "emotional baggage" has been painful and debilitating. I have expertise in treating panic disorders, trauma, anxiety and depression. My success treating these disorders is enhanced by the use of EMDR, an effective therapy that allows me to help people process distressed emotions due to a dysfunctional family background.
(574) 889-5137
South Bend, Indiana 46617
Family Psychology of South Bend, Psychologist  in South Bend
“Specializing in Marriage/Couples Counseling and all family relationship issues. Child behavior problems is a subspecialty. See my website for full details.
(574) 598-0991
South Bend, Indiana 46617
Lisa K. Sexton, Counselor  in South Bend
“When life does not go as planned, we can react with grief, sadness, anger and worries. Major events such as diagnosis of chronic disease, loss of employment, divorce, contribute to loss of energy and hope for positive change. Even without such dramatic "triggers", depression and anxiety can co-exist. The process of therapy is an opportunity to identify and practice effective ways to get through and beyond our difficulties. Guided by fundamental values, new skills and behaviors are put into action. Mood can improve, decisions can be made with greater confidence, relationships may deepen, and hope can be restored.
(574) 607-4362
South Bend, Indiana 46601
Wendy Settle, Psychologist  in South Bend
“Dr. Wendy Settle's part-time private practice is available on Tuesday afternoons. She provides therapy for adults and teenagers presenting with depression, anxiety, self esteem, stress management, OCD, Body Focused Repetitive Behavior (hair pulling, skin picking), ADHD, adult children of alcoholics, and women's issues. As a therapist, her theoretical orientation is based upon an integrated approach drawing upon biopsychosocial, developmental, cognitive behavioral, acceptance and commitment, and other mindfulness based perspectives. She incorporates a wide variety of adjunct self-help interventions such as computerized biofeedback, light therapy, and downloadable audios.
(574) 807-9291
South Bend, Indiana 46601
Anthony J Garascia, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, MA, LCSW, NCC
“I am currently the Clinical Director of the Samaritan Counseling Center, South Bend, Indiana. I work with individuals, couples, families, and adolescents. My areas of specialty include marriage and relationship issues, family difficulties, depression and anxiety, traumatic stress and bereavement work and sexual identity issues. I am also a Level Two EMDR Trauma Therapist. I am the author of the marriage prep programs "Before I Do" and Catholic Remarriage (Ave Maria Press), "Getting Married, Living Together" (Ave Maria Press) and "The Honeymoon Habit" (Book Surge. I am member of the American Counseling Association and the Indiana Counseling Association.
(574) 889-0956
South Bend, Indiana 46635
Intrigue Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Bend
“Is anxiety, depression, anger, or frustration interfering in the quality of your life? Are you feeling overwhelmed by a major transition in your life, or watching your teenager or spouse struggle? Are you questioning an important relationship in your life? I can help change patterns of behavior that no longer work, and help you learn more effective problem solving, coping and stress management skills. You can and will engage in life again.
(574) 575-4209
South Bend, Indiana 46637
Joseph R Baunoch, Counselor  in South Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PsyD, LCAC, LMHC, CADACIV, PC
“With his easy going manner and warmth Dr. Baunoch creates an atmosphere of safety for growth and development. He has a genuine respect and appreciation for each client. One person said of him, "Your caring spirit helped me feel respected as a person. This really helped me get a handle on living." Dr. Baunoch has extensive experience working with individuals, couples, and families. His person centered therapeutic approach engenders genuine personal expression. Care is provided for the physical, emotional and spiritual dimensions of his clients resulting in fulfilling relationships and more satisfying lives.
(574) 239-7021
South Bend, Indiana 46601
Neil Gilbert Counseling & Healing, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Bend
“I work from the Heart Center with a deep sense of caring and compassion for the highest good of my clients. In over 30 years of practice, I have been fortunate to have received excellent training in psycho-spiritual development, family systems therapy, NLP, and energy healing. I aim to help clients to strengthen self-reliance, combining both a psycho-spiritual and outcome oriented perspective, exploring current challenges as well as deeper issues that may have lingered.
(574) 216-3914
South Bend, Indiana 46616
Jody Lillich Hughes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSEd
“Admitting you need some help is the first step to getting it! If you are viewing this profile, you are taking that first step! Seeing a therapist is as simple as sitting down and talking about what is going on in a safe,confidential and totally non-judgmental setting. My areas of expertise: - children/adolescents (ages 8-18) - adults (ages 18 and up) - family/couples therapy (incl. alternative lifestyle issues) - parenting issues (incl. divorce, step parenting) - anxiety/fear/mood disorders I take most insurance and have sliding-fee scale. "A journey of a thousand miles, begins with a single step..." Lao Tsu
(574) 808-4496
South Bend, Indiana 46601
Deborah Kay Clardy, Counselor  in South Bend
“I enjoy people and know that it matters to each client not how much I know but how much I care. My motto is "treat others as I would want to be treated." May each meeting be a life changing experience for me and my client. Many Blessings to each that reach to be free of the weights that bind them. Deb
(574) 350-2345
South Bend, Indiana 46615
Heather Abbott, Counselor  in South Bend
“In my work I have seen the transformative process that children and families experience in a supportive, safe, therapeutic environment as we work to reduce family tension and improve relationships and functioning at home and school, I enjoy working with children and families on a variety of issues including ADHD, ODD, difficult behaviors, anxiety, impulse control, self-regulation, and communication. I hold advanced certification in addictions counseling and have experience working with "difficult" children in order to improve academic performance, emotion-regulation, decision making and problem solving. I focus on the whole individual and family system for growth and improvement.
(574) 207-4165
South Bend, Indiana 46635
Margaret Ann Jessop, Psychologist  in South Bend
“With a masters in Developmental Psychology and a doctorate in Clinical Psychology, I specialize in early childhood development and emotional difficulties in childhood. I work with children and parents both in the hopes of preventing problems and in addressing developing ones. My orientation is grounded in an understanding of how the brain effects our emotional systems. Treatment plans are a blend of family systems, cognitive behavioral and mindfulness interventions. I also work with young adults and adults with a focus on anxiety, mood disorders and life transitions.
(574) 607-4477 x5
South Bend, Indiana 46635
Brook Hardy, Counselor  in South Bend
“Worried about your talented teenager or college student? Seeing signs of stress and distress that they aren't able to handle? As a parent, you may be at a loss to help. Just as your child goes through physical growth spurts, a young adult's emotional and cognitive growth is not without its growing pains as well. And you may be familiar with some of the symptoms: anxiety, depression, distractability, irritability or frequent crying. Through counseling and guidance, I help teens and college students de-stress and regain a sense of confidence and enjoyment in life.
(574) 516-2952
South Bend, Indiana 46601
Donna Turner Campbell, Psychologist  in South Bend
“I am the founder of Stepwise, a nonprofit clinic offering therapies for children. I am a licensed pediatric psychologist, with post doctoral respecialization in Clinical Neuropsychology. I specialize in Attention Deficit Disorder, neurodevelopmental disorders, learning disabilities and behavioral issues. I believe children are complex and there is never ONLY ONE reason for underperformance or misbehavior. I integrate my training and knowledge of child through the disciplines of school, neuropsychology, clinical, and developmental neuropsychology to integrate the complex cognitive, affective and language needs of children and adolescents to help them gain success both at home and at school.
(574) 598-4415
South Bend, Indiana 46635
Jocelyn Bailey Esch, Counselor  in South Bend
“Maybe you feel like a strawberry among coconuts -- juicy, but thin-skinned, and easily crushed. Big emotions, troubling behaviors, harsh or anxious thoughts, and difficult relationships can overwhelm a strawberry-like (sensitive) person. Getting out from underneath takes steady work, yet just below that suffering awaits your wholeness, the juiciness with which you were born but have lost or can't remember experiencing. Particularly if you are strawberry-like, my mindfulness-based practice can help you connect with your inherent juiciness while discovering ways to roll forward, newly skilled, strengthened, and wholesomely intact.
(574) 207-4563
South Bend, Indiana 46601
Lisa Kelly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“I provide a supportive environment for individuals to make positive change in their lives. Problems in relationships and at work, difficult family histories, grief and loss can result in bouts of depression or anxiety. I offer ongoing therapy and short-term consultation services to assess what is causing distress and discuss options that help to improve daily functioning. My practice connects women's health and mental health. Areas of interest include: diet coaching for weight loss, depression and anxiety in pregnancy and the postpartum period, menopause and fetal loss. I use a combination of intepersonal psychotherapy and cognitve behavioral therapy.
(574) 231-7299
South Bend, Indiana 46617
Angie Mills, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“**AT THIS TIME I AM NO LONGER TAKING NEW PATIENTS** Its time to learn from the past and begin a life of happiness and healthier relationships. Finding the right therapist is just the beginning of this process. Know that you will not be alone in this journey. Whatever issue brings you to my office, we will work through it together. I provide a supportive, non-judgmental environment where you can be yourself.
(574) 807-0949
South Bend, Indiana 46615
Linda Bodnar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCMFT, ACSW
“Specializing in marital/family therapy. I also have a strong background in treating depression and grief issues.
(574) 538-4980
South Bend, Indiana 46635
Cyndi McCay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CLC
“**Currently not taking therapy clients -- limited coaching openings (coaching is not covered by insurance--for more info see cyndimccaycoaching.com).** I enjoy working hand-in-hand to discover solutions to issues through unearthing your unique gifts, talents, and untapped potential. This is the path to personal fulfillment and resolving whatever challenges are being faced by an individual. Working with children and adults in my practice has given me unique insights into the childhood issues that (while it doesn't have to shape our future) effect our daily decisions and relationships if we are unaware of it's impact on us.
(574) 626-8982
South Bend, Indiana 46637

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