Counseling in Indianapolis, IN. Find the Right Therapist.

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Kate Fisch, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

6507 Ferguson St., Ste. 201, Indianapolis, Indiana

I am a licensed clinical social worker with close to a decade of experience working with women and men struggling with disordered eating, such as anorexia and bulimia, as well as substance abuse and dependence.

Teresa M Walters, MA, LMFT, LAC,

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Addiction Counselor

429 E. Vermont St., Suite 306 , Indianapolis, Indiana

At Chrysalis Connections Counseling and Family Relationship Center we specialize in helping people develop and maintain relational, emotional, behavioral and spiritual health and happiness. Our services include relational counseling, family mediation & coaching.

Kimberly Metro, MA, NCC, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

217 E. Main Street Suite 3, Browsburg , Indiana

With care, compassion, hope and inspiration, I want to help you overcome past issues and make your future happier and healthier! Together we can explore your issues, establish a goal and develop a plan for action.

Kristen Swart, MSW, LSW

Licensed Social Worker

9640 Commerce Drive, Ste 413, Carmel, Indiana

I provide a compassionate, non-judgmental practice where you can feel safe discussing any concerns on your journey towards hope, healing, and peace.

Nancy Eisenman, MSW, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

9640 Commerce Drive, Suite 413, Carmel, Indiana

Everything that happens in life is meant for our learning and growth. I can help you find your way to healing and peace, both in your own heart and in your relationships, through a non-judgmental and safe environment, true compassion, and courageous guidance.

David Chaddock, D.Min.

Licensed Social Worker & Marriage and Family Therapist

7700 N. Meridian St, Indianapolis, Indiana

Dr. David Chaddock is a licensed Clinical Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist. He is also a Fellow with the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and a Presbyterian Pastor. In addition, he is certified as an Imago Relationship Therapist.

Brooke Randolph, NCC, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

447 E. 38th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana

Individual and Relationship therapist specializing in adoption, couples, and brainspotting for those seeking more whole-hearted living and conscious relationships.

Todd Casbon, Ph.D., HSPP

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

301 E. Carmel Drive, Carmel, Indiana

I strive to provide a safe and nurturing environment for my clients to face life's demands directly and make changes to lead happier, healthier lives. My approach is one of compassion, support, and guidance. I am knowledgeable and insightful, but also easy to relate to.

Carolyn Harkin-Brinton, MSW

Psychotherapist

350 E. New York St., Suite #240, Indianapolis, Indiana

Compassionate and supportive individual, couples, and family counseling for children, adolescents, and young adults to provide hope, foster connections, and build resilience.

Cassandra Erickson, Ph.D., LMFT

Marriage & Family Therapist

2020 W. 86th St., Ste. 100, Indianapolis, Indiana

With over 20 years experience, Cassandra can provide you with professional assistance and caring support during difficult times. Whether you are coping with personal, marital or family issues, her solution-focused approach guides you toward healing and growth.


Related Sites:
City of Indianapolis
Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board

Therapy Indianapolis Indiana

Counseling Broad Ripple Village, Massachusetts Avenue, Fountain Square, Wholesale District, Canal & White River State Park, Indiana Avenue

One of the symbols of the city of Indianapolis is the Soldier's Monument located in Monument Circle. The monuments the city has erected are designed to represent and symbolize the memory of the Civil War veterans who fought for the country.1 If you like history, you will also be interested in taking a visit into the many other museums located near Monument Circle. The Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial and the American Legion National Headquarters also provide tours and information about historical events from the area. In addition, you should schedule time to visit the Indiana State Capitol located in the heart of the city. If you are looking for a place in the city to stay, consider searching for hotel properties in the downtown or Monument Circle area, the Midtown area or the Pyramids. The city is big into sports; you can watch a professional basketball game, football game or horse racing. Indianapolis is also a great city to enjoy some wonderful restaurants and then an evening stroll.

Mental Health in Indianapolis

Mental health is an important issue for the people of Indianapolis. Mental illnesses are common, with 227,000 of the state's residents suffering from a serious condition. As a state, Indiana spends just $88 per capita on behavioral health services, meaning only 15 percent of adults in the state receive the care they require. As a result, large numbers of children and adults with severe mental illnesses are incarcerated in Indiana.2

The Indiana Council of Community Mental Health Centers (ICCMHC) is a non-profit organization with over two dozen affiliated health centers across the state. Five of these community-based centers are in the Indianapolis metro area. The ICCMHC ensures that member agencies receive the necessary state and federal funding to continue to provide services to the residents of Indianapolis. Inpatient and outpatient care for a wide range of behavioral and emotional disturbances is provided. Individuals suffering from severe mental illnesses and chronic addiction can also receive assistance at member agencies. All services are delivered in a respectful, caring, and dignified manner. Call 317-684-3684 for more information about ICCMHC member agencies and the services they provide.3

Current Education

Students who already hold a master's degree in a human services-related field can apply to the Butler University's Licensed Mental Health Counselor Certification program. The non-degree program requires participants to take three content courses and complete a 300-hour internship placement at a local mental health facility. Students must also pass the National Counselor Examination.4 Once these requirements are completed, graduates may apply for Indiana licensure through the Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board. Information about Indiana licensing can be obtained by calling 317-234-2054.5


References

1. State of Indiana. (2017). Indiana War Memorial. Retrieved from http://www.in.gov/iwm/
2. National Alliance on Mental Illness. (2010). State Statistics - Indiana. Retrieved from http://www.nami.org/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm?ContentFileID=93492
2. Indiana Council of Community Mental Health Centers. (2010). ICCMHC Services. Retrieved from http://www.iccmhc.org/services
4. Butler University. (2017). Licensed Mental Health Counselor Certification. Retrieved from http://www.butler.edu/coe/graduate/licensed-mental-health-counselor-certification/
5. The State of Indiana. (2017). Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board. Retrieved from http://www.in.gov/pla/social.htm

Indianapolis is located in Marion County., Indiana. It has a land area of 366.45 square miles and a water area of 6.52 square miles.  The population of Indianapolis is 862,781 people with 316,037 households and a median annual income of $51,682. .


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Therapy in Indianapolis is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Indianapolis therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility