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Therapists in Scarborough Village - Indianapolis, IN 46256

Curtis Trent, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“What kind of story are you telling? Do you see yourself as a character telling a story, your story? Each person is a story to be told. Stories of joy, stories of despair, stories of victory, stories of defeat: these stories are in all of us. And we know too that life has difficult plot twists, moments of tension, and crises to be faced. I view my work as a mental health counselor as an opportunity for you to tell the stories of your life, discovering new ways of understanding your self and for living out your story in this world.
(317) 620-1778 x3503
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Kristen Hoerr, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Do you feel worried, irritable and anxious most of the time? Are you concerned that your marriage has become increasingly strained and distant? If so, these are problems I may be able to help you with. Everyone deals with some level of relationship problems and worry. However, when these issues become overwhelming or negatively impact multiple areas of your life, it may be time to seek help. I can help you change negative cycles of thinking and interacting with others through Cognitive Behavioral Techniques and Communication Training.
(317) 671-7823
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
“My hope, as a relationship and individual counselor, is to function as a facilitator helping you navigate your current challenges; i.e. difficult personal or family transitions, poor communication/conflict resolution, trust issues and loss. I can help you to reach your goals so you can move forward in your life, building on your own inner strengths and capabilities as part of the process. I have tools to provide you for practicing new skills that you can carry beyond counseling, into your own life and relationships.
(317) 708-0151
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Colleenia Smith, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Indianapolis, Indiana working with youth, families and couples. My professional approach centers around genuineness and compassion. We all struggle from time to time with symptoms of depression, anxiety or other emotional disturbances we ourselves sometimes do not understand. Therapy can be a time to sort through our thoughts, feelings and behaviors to begin healing ourselves from within.
(317) 218-9361 x109
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Sharon L Cady, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Working with couples has been a passion of mine. I have been married for 30+ years and know that marriage has its ups and downs. Sometimes major crises occur that make it seem like a marriage won't last, but it isn't true. There are practices and habits and healing that happen that make marriages, your marriage, stronger and more satisfying. It can be done. I have a lot of hope for people who want to turn things around in their marriages. I see this process of therapy as collaboration. I bring professional understanding, objectivity and hope, while I see my clients bringing willingness.
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
James Paul Vastag, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“I help help each client reach their full potential by using their God given talents. I specialize in helping people with relational concerns learn how to use active listening techniques in order to rebuild emotional bonds and help heal the hurts that have turned into anger and resentment.
(317) 474-6448 x107
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Jonathan Gurney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“Are you ready to connect with your joy and peace again? Navigating through the peaks and valleys of life can be stressful and overwhelming. Many find relief and renewed strength working through their struggles with a competent, caring and compassionate therapist. If you're considering counseling, you can predict that it won't be easy, but neither is dealing with the discomfort that motivated you to click on this page in the first place. My compliments to you for having the courage to look for help today.
(317) 900-4553 x111
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have a passion for helping clients create healthy, long-lasting relationships with others. I accomplish this by first listening to your struggles and then creating a tailored plan for you that will promote growth, healing, and lasting change. My desire is to see families create new, healthy patterns of interacting and bring peace to homes.
(317) 662-2193 x108
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Mark Williams, Pastoral Counselor  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, MA, LCSW, LMFT, LMHC
“I consult with individuals, couples and families. People seek me me out for help with depression, anxiety, loss of meaning, job stress, trauma-recovery and for personal and professional development. Most of the people who come to see me are experiencing difficulties in an important relationship. Many (but not all) of my clients are interested in integrating their spiritual resources with their therapy. My clients come from all walks of life. My goal is to create with you a space of confidentiality and safety in which healing and growth occur as your mindfulness increases. I look forward to meeting you.
(317) 739-4311
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
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.
(317) 849-4773
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Logan Everett, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFTA
“Wherever you may be in life, I will meet you where you are. My passion is working with individuals and couples though a faith based approach to gain a better understanding of themselves. I strive to help individuals, couples and families become the best they can be for themselves and others. You are capable to overcome depression, anxiety, identity issues, parenting issues, trauma and PTSD.
(317) 942-3645 x112
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Renee Heldman, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“FCA providers see our work as a vocation of healing for the good of individuals, marriages and families. Life poses a challenge for all of us and most of our clients have been wounded through their lives. A therapist who approaches this work as a vocation sees beyond the symptoms, behaviors, addictions, and problems. She does not just apply theory, skills, and interventions to resolve those issues. Instead, the vocational caregiver has responded to a calling in which the client is seen through the lens of their inherent dignity, created out of love by a grace-giving God.
(317) 585-1060
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Cynthia L Reynolds, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Castleton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCAC
“Is your life headed in the direction you want it? Are there things hanging around from your past that are affecting current life decisions/relationships? The best gift we can give to others is the gift of our own health. By taking care of ourselves, we inherently can be "better" for the loved ones in our life. I have over 15 years experience working with clients and a variety of life challenges: depression, anxiety, divorce, separation, work/life balance, substance abuse, and survivors of trauma. I am client centered, compassionate and authentic. Call me today to see how counseling can help.
(317) 494-7381
Office is near:
Castleton, Indiana 46256
Melanie Short, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you lose sleep at night worrying about your addicted child, spouse, family member, or friend? I am a clinical interventionist who helps families and friends stop enabling and approach a loved one who needs treatment for addiction or mental health. If you have a loved one who needs help, but is not yet willing to accept it, then I can help you to develop a plan that will work for the whole family. Together we can make a difference. Waiting for your loved one to hit "rock bottom" before you try to help can be very dangerous and risky.
(317) 836-5146
Office is near:
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Ada Stephanie Hosier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you or your family member overwhelmed or experiencing despair? You are not alone. One in five people seek out therapy because they are dealing with emotional issues that are severe enough to interfere with their daily lives. I have 30 years experience in the Mental Health Field and know approaching therapy can be very intimidating. I will help you walk through the first step with a free phone consult hoping to gain your trust. We will work to find the best solutions to your issues, so you can find relief from your symptoms and feel renewed again.
(317) 489-5571
Office is near:
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Jeffrey F Child, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Indianapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW, LMFT, LMHC, AAMFT
“I look forward to meeting you. One of my first goals in therapy is to provide you with an atmosphere of privacy, safety and competency. Entering therapy is usually due to stressful situations, but it is also stressful in itself. I work hard to make the therapy session a place where a client feels comfortably, professionally assisted in addressing their most important feelings and issues. I have 30+ years of experience in doing this successfully. I do individual counseling and marital/family counseling. I use a variety of methods to help people accomplish their goals. One of these methods is hypnosis.
(317) 883-9921 x7212
Office is near:
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Selah House,   in Indianapolis
“Selah House is a licensed, private mental health institution that offers professional eating disorder treatment for women and teen girls suffering with a primary diagnosis of anorexia, bulimia or eating disorder NOS. The home-like environment creates a safe place for clients to develop the tools necessary for a life free from an eating disorder. Selah's program consists of: various therapeutic approaches, equine program, medical monitoring, psychiatric care, spiritual and nutrition counseling.
(888) 852-7559
Office is near:
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Amy Ferris, Counselor  in Indianapolis
“I have 20 years of clinical experience and specialize in treating Women's issues, such as: Post-Partum Depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship and career issues. My experience as a childbirth educator has enhanced my ability to treat the needs of post-partum women as they transition into motherhood. This journey is one that is often met with unexpected emotions and I help women identify these feelings so they can resolves issues that may complicate parenthood. I recognize the impact of pregnancy loss as well, and help my clients process through this very unique kind of grief.
(317) 662-2104
Office is near:
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Julie A Timke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Castleton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LAC
“Thank you for considering me as your therapist. I love what I do and work passionately to serve my clients. I appreciate the vulnerability and trust that goes into choosing who you're going to work with. I understand that most people are looking for guidance or trying to move past where they might feel stuck. Whether facing a crisis/conflict, experiencing mental health issues or looking for a new direction- I promise we will find solutions together!
(317) 225-4867
Office is near:
Castleton, Indiana 46256

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