I am currently completing a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Indiana Wesleyan University. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults dealing with various mental health challenges. I have experience helping individuals work through anxiety, depression, relational issues, and grief. I commonly work within an attachment framework to assist clients in gaining awareness of their relational patterns and guide them towards healthier strategies and healthier connections.
I am a holistic counselor driven to do immeasurably more at The Light of Hope Center. I encourage a therapeutic environment for an Overflowing Spirit, Nourished Body, and Peaceful Mind. I am a License Mental Health and Addiction Counseling, also pursing a Doctorate in Christian Psychology. As a Christian Counselor I use psychology with the gospel to intervene on trials and tribulations that find us feeling hopeless, lost, broken, and alone. I am a relational therapist that encourages, coaches, and joins alongside individuals, couples, and families in reflecting, refocusing, discovering and/or reclaiming their purpose driven life.
ATTENTION ALL STRUGGLING IN RELATIONSHIPS AND/OR WITH PROBLEM DRINKING: You are ready to face your demons. You’ve had experiences in life that still haunt you, like a bad childhood, a horrible break up, or the death of a loved one. You’ve been able to maintain a sense of normalcy, but underneath the surface you are in emotional pain & you can’t quite put your finger on it. You may have turned to alcohol or drugs numb the pain or feel alive. You know you’re a good person and have every reason to be happy, and yet you can’t seem to FEEL completely happy and well. There’s a disconnect between your mind and your heart/soul.
I love working with families / caregivers to help improve their capacity to meet their children's needs. Being a parent (bio and foster) myself, I can relate to the challenges many caregivers experience. Being an adoptee, I can relate to what your children may be feeling. My hope is to provide you with the countless tools and resources I've compiled over the past 16+ years of working "in the trenches" with foster and adoptive families. I see clients in person in Noblesville and Lafayette.
Life surprises us sometimes… In those moments it is helpful to have someone to come alongside us to provide genuine presence, professionalism and expertise, balanced with compassion, to help through times of transition, trauma or growth. I am passionate about offering encouragement, steps for healing and coping, insight, psychoeducation and interpretation when families are struggling to understand one another. Learning how to navigate life’s courses with sensitivity, kindness and realistic perspective can be more easily undertaken in a therapeutic forum that is accepting and direct. Office, teletherapy, walk/talk or home based.
Nancy has a master's of social work from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis with a focus in mental health and addictions. She has experience working with clients of all ages in private practice. Nancy is also a former elementary school teacher, who brings an expertise in working with children and adolescents, helping them build self-esteem and confidence in their own individuality.
My passion is to meet you where you are at, by providing a safe space to help you reach your goals. I enjoy working with children, teens, adults and families. I have experiences providing care to a range of different mental health/family concerns. I primarily use Cognitive Behavior Therapy as well as solution focused and client centered approaches. Trauma can play a major part for so many of us, so I take a trauma informed approach. I am flexibly in my approaches to meet the client’s needs. I hope my clients feel heard, understood, and capable as we work towards progress.
As a practicing counselor for 15 years, I have been able to walk alongside many individuals and couples as they move towards healing in different areas of their lives. Life can be overwhelming and extra support is so valuable in our lives. My hope is that clients walk away with more insight, tools, and hope. I want each client to come out of our therapy time together with added value and tangible steps for integrating insights and creating change. At Reclaimed Counseling we have 4 counselors with varying specialties to meet the needs of our community.
I feel treatment is about helping an individual embrace and accept who they are, in order to be the best version of themselves possible. I work collaboratively with clients to identify personal strengths, build upon these strengths, and provide clinical suggestions to enhance holistic wellbeing. My hope is to provide my clients the necessary tools needed to weather the storms of life. I want to help my clients take control of their lives and actively work towards feeling better through promoting internal growth.
I am a licensed Clinical Social Worker and a licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor. With 15 years of experience working with long term recovery for adolescents and women, I have a passion for providing the support needed to individuals and family members to heal after standard "treatment" has ended. I also provide EMDR to reduce cravings and address trauma. I focus on helping people increase natural supports in their daily life. Please visit www.jrnycounseling.com for more information on individual and family sessions, as well as group topics that are available.
Many of my clients say that, in one way or another, their life just seems disjointed, frustrating, overwhelming, lonely and confusing. Sometimes that is a description of their inner state of mind, or it could describe how they feel within their most personal relationships. Others report a significant life change that has thrown them off course. It could be a career crossroad, a traumatic event or a relational struggle that brings them to seek therapy.
I graduated from Indiana University Kokomo with a bachelor's degree in Psychology. I earned my master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Indiana Wesleyan University. I have worked in home-based therapy programs, private practice, and a mental health clinic on a college campus. I commonly work with children, couples, families, and adults. My areas of experience include those struggling with depression, anxiety, self-harm, relational issues, life transitions, and trauma.
I have been working with children and families for over 16 years in various capacities. My experience comes from working in foster care and family preservation programs, school based therapy, an inpatient setting with adolescents girls with eating disorders as well as crisis intervention. My focus of practice is those who are struggling with finding themselves, developing relationships and communication about their needs. I have experience professionally and personally in working with families experiencing divorce and aspects of mediation, healing, and addressing new and changed family dynamics.
I earned my undergraduate degree in Bible and Religion from Anderson University. I completed my master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Indiana Wesleyan University. I am a licensed marriage and family therapist. Additionally, I have post-graduate training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). I have worked in residential facilities for at-risk youth, schools, prisons, churches and private practices.
Each session is a profound road to self-discovery. Every individual is empowered to heal at the deepest level by learning to bridge the subconscious mind with the conscious mind to release sabotaging core beliefs & emotional energy frozen within the body. Learn self-help tools you can actually use anywhere! Improve your ability to manifest all your desires - weight loss, mood disorders, accelerate personal growth, transcend grief & loss.
Have you been feeling down, anxious, experiencing low motivation, having trouble sleeping or are you going through a rough time? Do you feel like the harder you try, the more things go wrong? Life has a way of throwing many challenges at us, sometimes all at once. These challenges can impact the way our mind and body function, in ways we may not have even known were possible. The use of Mind and Body Medicine can offer many techniques to reprogram the body and brain to heal from the long term and short term effects of stress. A combination of breath, movement and meditation can reverse these effects and can be used to heal anyone.
Are you feeling stuck? Having difficulty keeping up? Wanting to make a change but don't know where to begin? Change can be scary, and even more intimidating if feeling overwhelmed or alone. But change is possible and always offers an opportunity for growth and hope for a better future. We have years of experience working in inpatient and outpatient settings with individuals of all ages and families of all backgrounds. We offer a calm, warm, nonjudgmental space where issues of all types and sizes may be explored. In this safe, supportive environment, therapeutic services are adapted to meet clients' individualized needs.
Are you in a rut, feeling like you're in a hard situation, feeling all alone, and life just has you feeling down? Do you feel like you're struggling with your personal relationships, family, and hope for the future? Life can be difficult and sometimes we need external support. If this is you, then I'm here to offer you that support. Starting today, with a single step, give me a call and I will listen and support you and the personal issues you're experiencing. Despite the route you're on right now, together we can and we will explore the past, nurture your needs, and rediscover hope.
I am a graduate of Ball State University's counseling psychology program, where I completed my dissertation on the effectiveness of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. My graduate training focused on attachment based and systemic interventions with couples and families. I have a range of clinical experience, including wrap-around and residential services for children, psychological assessments for DCS, forensic assessments, adult inpatient and residential care, and community mental health and integrated care outpatient services.
The word psychotherapist is greek and means "Healer of the Soul". When you come into my office, I will not label you with anxiety, depression, addiction or any other disorder. You will hear me ask questions like: How is your addiction protecting you from pain? What do you not feel when depression numbs you? Once you witness and heal the wounds of your soul (you can also call it trauma), the symptoms (the 'disorder') can disappear. If you are interested in having a deeper understanding and awareness of your emotions, I will help you to develop a relationship with yourself that is characterized by curiosity, respect and compassion.
What type of mental health professional is right for me?
Some of the most common types of mental health providers in Noblesville are psychologists, licensed counselors, therapists, psychotherapists, and licensed clinical social workers, all of whom diagnose mental health conditions and provide individualized treatment.
Services offered, education and credentials vary by type of mental health professional. Each professional in Noblesville then may specialize in certain areas, such as depression, marriage counseling, or anxiety. Although many mental health providers are not licensed to prescribe medication, they may coordinate with a provider who can.
Both in-person and online therapy sessions are available from most psychologists.
How to find a specialist?
You can refine your search using the filters on this page. There are several categories you can filter by to find mental health professionals with the experience you are looking for. You may want to filter for CBT Psychologists in Noblesville, or Child Psychologists in Noblesville.
Many find it useful to use filters to view only psychologists that have experience working with certain issues, like Noblesville psychologists specializing in EMDR.
What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no 'right way.’ Each method of therapy can be beneficial for a variety of issues. Psychologists in Noblesville specialize in therapeutic approaches such as CBT, EMDR, and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), among others. Finding a psychologist or therapist who is a good fit for you is the most important step to discovering what type of therapy, or combination of therapeutic approaches, will meet your individual needs. Learn what to expect from different types of therapy and how they work.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.