Marriage counseling that Heals in Indianapolis, IN. Restore Your Relationship.

Speak with the right marriage therapist in Indianapolis. Real help for issues like separation, communication, infidelity, and finances.


Marriage Counselor

Nancy Eisenman, MSW, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

9640 Commerce Drive, Suite 413, Carmel, Indiana

Marriage and relationships are brilliantly constructed to help us grow in the places we are the weakest. Let me help you understand why you chose to marry the person you did, the underlying purpose of all relationships, and the way out of your current struggles.

Marriage Counselor

Teresa M Walters, MA, LMFT, LAC,

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Addiction Counselor

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

Helping couples reconnect and find relational wholeness is often a multi-dimensional process that includes addressing both the needs of the individual and the couplehood. Relational Wholeness is possible and our goal is to help you live a more connected and happy life.

Marriage Counselor

Kate Fisch, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

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

A healthy marriage takes work. Therapy will reach the heart of the issues and begin the process of restoration. Let's get started.

Marriage Counselor

Carolyn Harkin-Brinton, MSW

Psychotherapist

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

I provide interpersonal relationship counseling to improve communcation, manage conflict, and re-establish your friendships for families, couples, and intimate partner relationships (LGBTQIA+ friendly).

Marriage Counselor

Cassandra Erickson, Ph.D., LMFT

Marriage & Family Therapist

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

Dr. Erickson's approach is to empower you through guidance and support in finding your own answers and solutions. She is there to ask the right questions and provide direction where appropriate. She can help you achieve your goals for change and growth.

Marriage Counselor

Todd Casbon, Ph.D., HSPP

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

301 E. Carmel Drive, Carmel, Indiana

Our marriage counseling helps couples enhance marital satisfaction through a combination of education, skills training, and process-focused interventions. Focus is on trust, respect, communication, reliability, empathy, forgiveness, financial management, fair fighting.

Marriage Counselor

David Chaddock, D.Min.

Licensed Social Worker & Marriage and Family Therapist

7700 N. Meridian St, Indianapolis, Indiana

Dr. David Chaddock has counseled couples for over 20 years as an Imago Relationship Therapist. David directs a premarital program and has counseled over a 1,000 couples on how to improve their relationship and experience the joy that God intends for us to share.

Marriage Counselor

Brooke Randolph, NCC, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

447 E. 38th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana

Happily ever after isn’t something that simply happens as we walk into the sunset. Relationships take an investment of time, energy, emotions and thought. The rewards are big but perhaps fairy tales should end with “and they worked on their relationship every day after"

Marriage Counselor

Kimberly Metro, MA, NCC, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

217 E. Main Street Suite 3, Browsburg , Indiana

My approach to marriage counseling is to first assess the couple's relationship status and the areas they need to work on. I can then supply the couple with effective tools to use to help them understand and relate to each other.

Marriage Counselor

Kristen Swart, MSW, LSW

Licensed Social Worker

9640 Commerce Drive, Ste 413, Carmel, Indiana

I work with all types of couples and families helping them towards hope, healing, and eventually peace. I help couples and families work through many different types of issues.


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

Indianapolis is the capital city of the state of Indiana and is America's 13th largest city in terms of population. It has often been said that Indianapolis is at crossroads of America because the four interstate highways make it so easy to get to and from the city. The city welcomes over 18 million tourists yearly because it offers its visitors so many interesting things to do and see. It is home to the Indiana Repertory Theatre, the American Cabaret Theatre, and one of the largest children's museums in the world.1 The area has six designated cultural districts in which culture, the arts, and young people thrive and flourish. Indianapolis's population is as ethnically, culturally, and religiously diverse as it gets. This is reflected in the huge number of specialty grocery stores that sell anything from Asian herbs to Vegan food. There are also a myriad of ethnic festivals that are organized year-round. Some examples of these are the Indiana Black Expo and the Italian, Irish, and Middle Eastern festivals. Indianapolis is simply a great place to visit if you are looking for a combination of culture and fun.

Marriage and Couples Mental Health in Indianapolis

Indianapolis has a unique profile when it comes to couples and families. Over one-quarter of the population is unmarried and approximately 13 percent is separated or divorced. There are a large number of grandparents serving as the sole caregiver of their grandchildren, increasing numbers of immigrants moving to the city, large numbers of single-parent homes, and 15 percent of residents have less than a high school diploma.2 With nearly 20 percent of citizens living in poverty,3 health care providers have to offer a wide range of services in order to meet the diverse needs of Indianapolis couples and families.

With so many families in need of behavioral health services, organizations that provide counseling, treatment, and emergency services are in desperate need of volunteer help. The Wheeler Mission Ministry Center for Women and Children offers invaluable programs that provide food, clothing, and housing for Indianapolis' needy mothers and children. On average, mothers and their children stay at the mission for three months while volunteers assist them in regaining their independence. Volunteer opportunities are always available. Call 317-635-3575 for more information.4

Family Services and Assistance Programs

Lutheran Child and Family Services is a church-based organization focused on delivering compassionate care that strengthens the family bond and paves the way for an improved quality of life for all family members. With the support of the church, Lutheran Child and Family Services extends opportunities for residential treatment, emergency shelter, individual and family therapy, and much more. Additional information is available by calling 317-359-5467.5


References

1. Children's Museum Indianapolis. (2017). Explore. Retrieved from http://www.childrensmuseum.org/explore
2. The City of Indianapolis. (2000). Profile and General Demographic Characteristics. Retrieved from http://www.indy.gov/eGov/City/DMD/Planning/Demographics/Census_Profiles/Cities/msa.pdf
3. United States Census Bureau. (2017). State and County Quickfacts - Indianapolis. Retrieved from http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/18/1836003.html
4. Wheeler Mission Ministries. (2017). Center for Women and Children. Retrieved from http://wheelermission.org/what-we-do/homeless-shelters/center-for-women-children-2/
5. Lutheran Child and Family Services. (2017). Programs. Retrieved from http://www.lutheranfamily.org/programs.html

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. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Indianapolis, IN

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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