Services Offered

How Can We Help?

A variety of therapeutic modalities and services are available for clients based upon their clinical needs.  Treatment may occur on a short or long-term basis depending on the referring question and treatment goals.  Services may occur in the office with your clinician, or via telehealth.  Clinicians are able to work with clients who reside in Indiana which is the state in which we hold licensure. 

Individual Psychotherapy

Individual psychotherapy is the most common form of treatment provided in our group.  You will meet with your individual clinician working on your collaborative treatment goals.  Individual sessions typically are 45 minutes in length, but may occasionally be 60 or 90 minutes.

Individual Psychotherapy

Individual psychotherapy is the most common form of treatment provided in our group.  You will meet with your individual clinician working on your collaborative treatment goals.  Individual sessions typically are 45 minutes in length, but may occasionally be 60 or 90 minutes.

Marital or Couple Psychotherapy

Couples work includes working the couple as the client.  You may do some individual work with your clinician, as an adjunct to support the couple’s treatment.  Marital or Couple psychotherapy sessions are typically 60 to 90 minutes in length.

Marital or Couple Psychotherapy

Couples work includes working the couple as the client.  You may do some individual work with your clinician, as an adjunct to support the couple’s treatment.  Marital or Couple psychotherapy sessions are typically 60 to 90 minutes in length.

Family Psychotherapy

Family psychotherapy views the family as the client.  Your clinician may work with the entire family, parings or combinations of family members, and occasionally with individual family members as part of the treatment.  Family psychotherapy sessions typically last 60 to 90 minutes in length.

Family Psychotherapy

Family psychotherapy views the family as the client.  Your clinician may work with the entire family, parings or combinations of family members, and occasionally with individual family members as part of the treatment.  Family psychotherapy sessions typically last 60 to 90 minutes in length.

Group Psychotherapy

Group psychotherapy typically includes 7-9 clients in membership.  Groups are often focused with a common theme or goal in mind (process group, coping skills, addictions, psychoeducation, etc.).  Groups may be open (new members may join after the group is underway) or closed (membership remains the same throughout the duration of the group).  Your group may be time limited (pre-established number of sessions) or open-ended (until your clinician determines the end with group member input).  The structure, goals, and format of the group will be explained to you prior to joining.  Group meetings typically occur in 60, 75, or 90-minute increments.

Group Psychotherapy

Group psychotherapy typically includes 7-9 clients in membership.  Groups are often focused with a common theme or goal in mind (process group, coping skills, addictions, psychoeducation, etc.).  Groups may be open (new members may join after the group is underway) or closed (membership remains the same throughout the duration of the group).  Your group may be time limited (pre-established number of sessions) or open-ended (until your clinician determines the end with group member input).  The structure, goals, and format of the group will be explained to you prior to joining.  Group meetings typically occur in 60, 75, or 90-minute increments.

Psychological Assessment

Psychological assessment is a broader term to include a number of different types of testing that may occur based on the referral question of the client.  Common forms of assessment include: psychodiagnostic, personality, learning difficulties, giftedness, difficulty with attention or concentration, developmental, or psychosocial/behavioral. 

Psychological Assessment

Psychological assessment is a broader term to include a number of different types of testing that may occur based on the referral question of the client.  Common forms of assessment include: psychodiagnostic, personality, learning difficulties, giftedness, difficulty with attention or concentration, developmental, or psychosocial/behavioral. 

Career Counseling

Career counseling focuses on working with a clinician in understanding, assessing, and collaborating with you about your career goals and aspirations, matched with your talents and abilities.  This form of counseling is shorter in nature when compared to traditional psychotherapy.  Assessments or career inventories are often used to help you and the clinician to identify possible career or professions that best suit you. 

Career Counseling

Career counseling focuses on working with a clinician in understanding, assessing, and collaborating with you about your career goals and aspirations, matched with your talents and abilities.  This form of counseling is shorter in nature when compared to traditional psychotherapy.  Assessments or career inventories are often used to help you and the clinician to identify possible career or professions that best suit you. 

Consultation

Psychotherapy not the perfect fit for everyone, and some people or organizations may prefer professional consultation.  Consultation is not the same as psychotherapy in nature or privacy.  Consultation is determined based on the clinician’s expertise and client or an organization’s goals. 

Consultation may also be an option for some people who prefer to meet the clinician first to see if that the therapist a good fit for them.  Think of this as an “in between space” to allow you the opportunity to see if you believe our group might be a good fit for your care.  You can then decide if a mental health treatment is right for you. 

Consultation

Psychotherapy not the perfect fit for everyone, and some people or organizations may prefer professional consultation.  Consultation is not the same as psychotherapy in nature or privacy.  Consultation is determined based on the clinician’s expertise and client or an organization’s goals. 

Consultation may also be an option for some people who prefer to meet the clinician first to see if that the therapist a good fit for them.  Think of this as an “in between space” to allow you the opportunity to see if you believe our group might be a good fit for your care.  You can then decide if a mental health treatment is right for you.