Tom Valek, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Therapist
600 E Carmel Drive, Carmel, IN
My approach to depression involves using Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy which to address faulty beliefs that clients may have about themselves. I help clients to change their negative thinking habits and see the true picture of themselves and their capabilities. I help clients to improve their self worth, relationships, and feelings about life through both cognitive and behavioral strategies. Through the use of role playing, homework, and learned coping skills clients will be able to address their depressive thoughts and feelings effectively.
Lives Transforming Counseling, Ph.D, HSPP
Dr. David Soper
13005 Parkside Drive, Fishers, IN
Lives Transforming Counseling believes depression is not a separate force that controls us. We accompany persons as they examine the thought process that perpetuates depression. We understand that given certain backgrounds some persons can struggle more in this area and we work hand in hand with medical providers to assist people in the process to wholeness. Lives Transforming Counseling specifically integrates scripture to eradicate the lie of hopelessness or worthlessness that often accompanies depression. As persons change their thoughts they find their focus changing from the past or future to the present where Christ is active and engaged with in their daily lives. Joy returns and h
Todd Casbon, Ph.D., HSPP
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
301 E. Carmel Drive, Carmel, IN
While most people think of depression as being synonymous with sadness or grief, more often it occurs when the individual feels overwhelmed, overloaded, and overburdened by life's demands and stressors. In either case, the depressed individual experiences negative mood states, negative thinking, change in appetite, sleep disturbances, and withdrawal from enjoyable activities and social interaction. At LifeCare Counseling Services, we will help you identify and adjust the negative thinking patterns, behavioral patterns, and interpersonal patterns that have fueled your downward depression spiral. We will guide you in taking small, manageable steps to help instill renewed hope and happiness.
Nancy Eisenman, MSW, LSW
Licensed Social Worker
9550 Whitley Drive, Suite A, Indianapolis, IN
Depression is a loss of hope. It is an over-focus on the past, a fusion with events and circumstances that cannot be changed. As we work through the underlying causes of your depression, we can develop a new understanding of its origin for you and begin to form new neuro-pathways that can create feelings of hope. By intentionally fostering thoughts of things like gratitude and grace, we can begin to reformulate your thought processes and help you find your passion and purpose. I have had clients that, over time, have been able to give up anti-depressant medications completely! You can be one of them!
Kimberly Metro, MA, NCC, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
260 S. 1st St. Suite 2, Zionsville, IN
I approach my clients suffering with depression with hope and compassion. Depression can cast a shadow on every aspect of a person's life and even be debilitating, but it does not have to continue. Together we can process the things you are depressed about in a safe and non-judgmental environment. I can also give you some tools and suggestions on making some changes in your life that will get you on the road to feeling happier and more satisfied with your life.
Ashley Crofoot, MA, RSMT
Registered Somatic Movement Therapist
6507 Ferguson St, Ste. 102, Indianapolis, IN
Depression can be described as a loss of personal vitality or joy. My approach to depression includes many tools designed to gently awaken joy in your life. Together we will work with mindfulness, self-compassion, and perhaps even some creative play to support direct experiences of well-being in session. I will help you to identify what is "robbing" you of your vitality in life, and to develop personal practices that generate joy, ease, and fulfillment for the long term.
Brooke Randolph, NCC, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
740 E. 52nd Street, Suite 9, Indianapolis, IN
It is a courageous choice to reach out, seeking solutions and life change. Although small changes may seem inconsequential, each moves you closer to your goals. Step by step you are creating the life you want. It is a pleasure to join you in this exciting journey. Counseling is an individualized process. You choose the goals most pertinent in your life, and I partner with you, using my experience and training to assist you in reaching those goals - this can include a variety of therapeutic techniques, neurotransmitter testing or lifestyle changes. I believe it is important that you receive the benefits from this process which you desire and am always open to requests, questions, or concerns.
Teresa M Walters, MA, LMFTA, LAC, CHW/CRS-SA
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Assoc., Licensed Addiction Counselor
429 E. Vermont St., Suite 208, Indianapolis, IN
We all feel sad from time to time. Sadness is a natural and normal reaction to certain experiences and events. Depression, however, is an emotional experience that goes beyond just feeling sad. When sadness becomes more than an occasional event, when a loss of interest in the things that used to bring you joy becomes a daily routine and your desire to interact with those you love diminishes... the time has come to seek some form of therapeutic help. Don't let the weight and burden of depression keep you from enjoying your life and relationships. Schedule an intake session today to address the depressive symptoms that are keeping you from living the life you want and deserve.