Family therapy services in Buffalo Creek, Indianapolis. Relationship and couples counseling.

Family counseling in Buffalo Creek, Indianapolis. Honest and effective help for couples, relationships and blended families in and around Indianapolis, Indiana.


Family Therapist

Carolyn Harkin-Brinton, MSW

Psychotherapist

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

I have extensive experience in family therapy working to create attachments in adoption, blend families after divorce, build healthy relationships after domestic violence, process the health or mental health diagnosis of a family member, and deal with trauma, grief & loss as a family. I provide relationship and communication skills training, help you with determining age-appropriate behavior for your children's specific needs, and learn to set limits & rewards to improve your children's behavior. As a member of the Association for Play Therapy, I also provide family play therapy to process feelings and improve connections.

Family Therapist

Teresa M Walters, MA, LMFT, LAC,

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Addiction Counselor

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

As human beings, we have a natural need and desire to be connected to others. We also have an equally strong need to be an autonomous self. Learning to balance these seemingly oppositional forces can be quite a task, especially when you consider that the primary place we attempt to learn these skills is within the context of our family unit. If your family is experiencing some type of relational upheaval there is a good chance that the system has lost its balance and would benefit from a relational realignment. If your family system is feeling a little out of sorts, please give us a call. At Chrysalis Connections we specialize in helping families rebalance, reconnect and heal.

Family Therapist

Cassandra Erickson, Ph.D., LMFT

Marriage & Family Therapist

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

Family Therapy is effective in providing greater insight, growth of individual family members, improved communication, and changes in behavior patterns. It also addresses specific issues, including marital and financial problems, conflict between parents and children, and the effects of individual issues (e.g., substance abuse or depression) on the entire family. A Family Therapist examines a family's ability to solve problems and express thoughts and emotions by exploring family roles, rules and behavior patterns to identify issues that contribute to conflict. Family therapy ultimately helps identify a family's strengths to promote an overall healthier home environment.

Family Therapist

Nancy Eisenman, MSW, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

9640 Commerce Drive, Suite 413, Carmel, Indiana

Sometimes, the best way to approach a systemic issue is to gather all the players together. Family therapy can affect major changes on an entire family system, and can be the best, evidence-based practice for certain issues such as bi-polar and addictions. Blending families after divorces can be a major challenge. In these situations, family therapy may be the best choice for working through family roles, expectations, and new dynamics. Let's work together to heal your family.

Family Therapist

Dr. Mark Smith, BCPC, D.Min

Board Certified Pastoral & Biblical Counselors

1331 Savannah Blvd, Shelbyville, Indiana

Having had six children of our own I think we know a few things about the Family. Today's families are under attack and assualt. Both from without and within the Home. We can show you some simple principles to establish or re-establish that can bring the Home and the Family back into order. One such is just bringing back the God-given authority of Dad and Mom in the Home. Give us a call and we'll share more with you.

Family Therapist

Tom Valek, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Therapist

600 E Carmel Drive, Carmel, Indiana

I use a combination of solution focused and strategic family therapy to identify the wants and needs of the family and help members to work towards agreed upon common goals. This approach helps members to define their roles in the family as well as establish boundaries. Family therapy will help to improve communication and allow for healthy conflict resolution, growth, and harmony.

Family Therapist

Steph Troyer Williams, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

44 N. 9th Street, Suite 201, Noblesville, Indiana

I have worked with many families for a variety of reasons - communication, discipline, blended families, new siblings, life transitions, or when a member of a family may have special needs. I try to divide my time making sure every family member is heard and can have their individual needs met and also discussing as a family what is best for them as a whole.


46227 is a zip code located in Marion County and part of Indianapolis, Indiana. It has a land area of 16.753 square miles.  The population of 46227 is 57,086 people.