I love helping people with difficult life transitions to be able to better manage stress, fear, anxiety, and uncertainty. The world has changed in the past 2 years which has created new challenges in the way we live, work, love, and play. Whether it is the past that haunts you or current circumstances, I would be honored to help you move forward, heal, and grow. I work from a place of respect, resilience, and encouragement as well as challenging old beliefs that may no longer serve your goals and sense of purpose in life.
My focus is helping those suffering from alcohol use disorder to achieve sobriety, repair broken relationships, restore families and heal their minds, bodies and souls. I believe in treating the whole patient and working with each individual to build on their strengths. I offer individual counseling focusing on recovery from alcoholism and codependency. Additionally, I address and treat the trauma, anxiety, and depression that commonly occurs with these disorders.
I am a PREFERRED PROVIDER for Humana & United/Optum. Sessions are easily available by secure phone or computer. 39 years in practice in general mental health care for Individuals, couples, and marital & family therapy. I have worked in a multitude of settings, including hospitals and Employee Assistance Programs. I have the skills to work with with MILITARY and their dependents, having been deployed overseas on multiple occasions. I practice in a very comfortable, secure and professional space. Call for your appointment today.
Sean is a Master’s Limited License Psychologist and outpatient therapist in Michigan who specializes in working with adults seeking treatment for mental health disorders and substance use problems, as well as those coping with chronic pain and chronic illness. Sean also specializes in working with children and adolescents (age 8+) with mental and behavioral health needs, as well as parents who have children with intellectual or developmental disabilities and/or behavioral health needs. Sean uses Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to meet your needs.
**I am currently full and unable to accept new clients. Hope to have more availability soon**I have a warm, collaborative working style that integrates a systemic theoretical orientation (understanding people's lives in the context of biology, relationships, work, and larger social/cultural systems) with highly individualized, evidence-based treatment. I enjoy working with people across the lifespan, from adolescence through older adulthood. I have extensive training/experience in the areas of family therapy (e.g., Functional Family Therapy), parenting, co-parenting through divorce/family disruption, trauma, and developmental challenges through adolescence and emerging adulthood.
Dr. Ann LaFrance, PsyD, HSPP graduated from California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University, Sacramento, California, where she trained in the practitioner-scholar model. In addition to her PsyD, she holds a BS in Education from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and two Master's Degrees (Guidance and Counseling, and Psychology.) While Dr. LaFrance has provided "cradle-to-grave" psychological services since the 1980's, her primary areas of interest and practice are existential/spiritual and end-of-life issues, and teen and adult trauma survivors: sexual assault, domestic violence, and veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces
I believe that you are the expert on you. As such, I aim to create a collaborative atmosphere to address the goals that you have identified. I welcome clients as they are and work with them to create change in a safe environment. My approach often incorporates cognitive behavioral methods, interpersonal awareness, and mindfulness. I borrow from a variety of theories depending on the identified problem and the approach that fits you and your stage of life. I have worked in many different settings, allowing me to experience clinical work with diverse populations.
I believe that all of us have some struggle with being addicted to something in life, if we are honest with ourselves. I have found that this develops out of a desire to numb emotional pain that we have not been able to work through. I read recently that 80% of us have experienced some type of trauma and have not worked through that underlying pain causing us to find ways to suppress it. In doing so we develop relational problems internally which then manifest with our family, our work, friends and others.
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.
Each patient’s experiences and background are different, and we strive to provide individualized and evidenced based therapy and medication management for those seeking help at Lake Behavioral Health. We offer a variety of treatment modalities with the ultimate goal of fostering successful outcome for every patient.
Email is the best form of communication for the quickest response. Hello! Since obtaining my Masters in Social Work from IUPUI, I have been an individual, family and school-based therapist working with clients of all ages ranging from 3-years-old and up but now focus on adults. I have worked with behavioral problems, school-based struggles, addictions, trauma and abuse, depression, anxiety, marital/relationship struggles, mood disorders, counseling before geriatric surgery, self-esteem issues, parenting, grief and loss, clients involved with DCS and probation, and adjusting to life’s changes.
With over thirty years in practice as a psychotherapist, including advanced study in psychoanalytic theory and technique, I bring a wealth of experience into the clinical setting treating symptoms of PTSD, anxiety and depression as well as working with relationship issues and self growth. I treat adult individuals and couples. With every client, a unique relationship is developed. Within the context of this therapeutic relationship evolves an understanding of what is meaningful for personalized growth. My practice emphasizes working with you the individual wherever you are in life's journey.
I enjoy working with clients who are experiencing or anticipating a life transition. I love to utilize my career counseling skills. I also enjoy helping clients who are seeking help with parenting. I would enjoy working with clients who are having a hard time with friendships or family dynamics. Ideal clients would be thoughtful, insightful, and able to see areas in which they could grow. I know from experience that one of the hardest and most important steps is reaching out to schedule the first appointment, and that single decision can change your life.
I help people struggling with stress, depression, or anxiety as well as relational conflicts within families and couples. I understand the challenges in getting help to get "unstuck" and realize it takes courage to ask for help. However, if you are like many others, you are likely tired of dealing with the same problems and getting the same results. I also help others who avoid dealing with the problem and are finally ready to begin a new life. Finding the right person to guide you should not be taken lightly.
I am the owner of a private practice, Meaningful Transitions Counseling, located in Fishers, Indiana. I am a license therapist who works with children, adolescents, and young adults. Office hours include evenings and some weekends. I graduated from Indiana University with a Master's in Social Work in 2008. I received my License in Clinical Social Work in 2010.
I am currently accepting Self Pay, Anthem HIP, Anthem Hoosier Care Connect, or Traditional Medicaid. I can meet virtual or meet face to face in our Brownsburg office. I have decades of experience working with couples and families. I also work with individuals and older teens (ages 15 and up). I have completed trainings for Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I have a Masters degree in Divinity and a Masters in Social Work. My passion is serving others to find a healthier sense of self, and happiness. I look forward to working together.
I am in private practice and have 30+ years experience. I do psychological testing for custody and parenting time. I also serve as a court appointed Guardian Ad Litem. My practice is focused on relationship, stress, family, marriage, divorce and custody issues. I take a limited number of clients so call/email to see if I am currently accepting new clients. Email is often the fastest way to reach me (email@example.com). My website (lauraellsworth.com) may answer many of your questions about my practice and fees.
I am proud to provide a safe environment for all races, genders, religions, and clients from the LGBTQ community. I provide a comfortable and confidential environment for you to talk about your concerns and therapy goals. I use a blend of cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness to help you reach your goals, feel more connected, and have a more meaningful life. I also enjoy working with students and I offer a $40 student rate for all college students.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 18+ years of experience working with survivors of abuse, war veterans, adults of all ages and adolescents. I strive to provide exceptional services to my clients through utilizing a holistic approach of understanding an individual's needs. The services I provide are tailored to the needs of each client with the goal of using the most comfortable approach possible. If you are interested in improving your interpersonal relationships, work/academic performance, seeking solutions to specific problems or improving coping skills, please visit email or call.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor. I have over sixteen years of experience working with adolescents and adults in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings. I enjoy working with pre-teens, teenagers and adults. My experience includes working with those that are struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, anger management, substance abuse, social skills, family of origin issues, grief and loss, self-esteem and body image issues, and relationship issues. My approach is strengths based, utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness techniques and motivational interviewing.