We provide a wide range of services to accomodate your needs. Please read below for a brief description of the types and topics offered. If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to call us at (317) 846-2444.


Individual Therapy / Counseling

You will have the full attention of a counselor who will work with you one-on-one to achieve your agreed upon goals.  Often, the process will include learning new problem-solving or coping skills, increasing self-understanding, exploring life patterns and gaining a better sense of how you are influenced by your surroundings.


Group Therapy / Workshops

Group therapy is a shared therapeutic experience where 6-8 individuals meet face-to-face with a trained group therapist. Individuals are working on similar issues which could include enhancing relationship skills, work/life balance, deepening their understanding of themselves, among many. Members are encouraged to give feedback to others. Feedback includes expressing your own feelings about what someone says or does. Interaction among members is highly encouraged and provides members with opportunities to try out new ways of behaving; it also provides members with opportunities for learning about the way they interact with others. It is a safe environment in which members work to establish a level of trust that allows them to talk personally and honestly. Group members make a commitment to the group and are instructed that the content of the group sessions are confidential. It is not appropriate for group members to disclose events of the group to an outside person.

Men's Anger Managment Workshops are time-limited (15 weeks) and are for men wanting to have more successful and effective interpersonal relationships. The focus is on problem anger, which disrupts and hurts personal relationships, and is accomplished through identifying their personal form of anger, how it developed in their lives, and how it interferes with their most important relationships. Additionally there is teaching of coping and communication skills designed to help the men get desired results in their relationships.


Marital Therapy / Couples Counseling

Marital therapy helps couples improve their relationships and recognize and resolve conflicts. Couples often seek counseling to strengthen their bonds or to gain a better understanding of one another. Specific issues that may lead to seeking martial or couples counseling include: communication problems, financial problems, sexual difficulties, parenting issues, anger, or infidelity.


Premarital Therapy / Counseling

Premarital therapy helps couples prepare for marriage. Through premarital counseling, couples are encouraged to discuss a wide range of important and intimate topics prior to marriage giving them a better chance for a stable and satisfying marriage. Topics covered may include: finances, communication, roles, beliefs and values, children and parenting, decision making, managing conflict, family relationships, and understanding the influence of each partner's family of origin. Premarital counseling helps couple set more realistic expectations, develop a vision for the marriage and learn and respect one another's differences. Taking the time to build a solid foundation prior to getting married adds to the ability to manage and resolve conflicts after the marriage.


Family Therapy / Counseling

Family therapy can involve a whole family or a few members of a family. Family therapy can help promote better relationships and understanding within a family. Many families seek out therapy in order to help them with: parent-child conflicts, child and adolescent behavioral difficulties, communication, transitioning through divorce or issues with blending families. Step-families may require help adjusting to the new family structure. Therapy can help find balance and harmony within a new family structure.


Childhood and Teen Therapy / Counseling

Transitioning through the stages of childhood and into adulthood can be challenging for both the parents and the child. The therapist can provide insight into how your child is coping with situations experienced at home or school. As therapy progresses the therapist assists in providing a voice for younger children and can help older children articulate their feeling, fears and wishes. Working with a child or teenager usually requires some family involvement. Families play an important role in a child’s healing process.


Divorce Recovery

Divorce recovery therapy helps individuals who are currently going through a divorce or those beginning the process of rebuilding their lives following a divorce. The breakup of a marriage can be difficult, especially if there are unresolved questions, resentment and uncertainty of the future as a single individual. Topics that may be explored include