Update — Stay at Home Order
As Indiana residents are aware, Governor Holcomb issued a Stay-At-Home Order until April 7 in response to the growing number of Covid-19 cases in Indiana and nationwide. In compliance with that order, I am serving all of my clients through video conferencing (Skype, FaceTime, and Zoom). Many of us are facing financial challenges as we remain at home in the upcoming weeks, and that should not be a barrier to maintaining positive mental health. As such, for those that need, I am offering shortened sessions for reduced fees when necessary. I’m also happy to work with people on payment plans as they return to the work force when we are on the other side of this national crisis.
In addition, I will be updating my blog and Facebook page to offer insights, suggestions, and ideas for coping with the unique challenges we all will be facing. Some issues I will address include managing social isolation, recognizing and defusing family conflict, coping with teens (and for teens, coping with parents!), and accessing resources in case of mental health crises.
Please feel free to contact me via email or phone if you need help or guidance through this uniquely challenging time.
I am a Marriage and Family Therapist with over a decade of experience working with teens, couples, and families. While I’m passionate about working with teenagers and their families, I have also worked extensively with individual adults and couples on issues of depression, anxiety, life transition, conflict, and trauma.
I have been working in Indianapolis for seven years, and I’m familiar with the city and its resources. My office is centrally located in Broad Ripple, and I have availability in the evenings and on weekends. I also have online and in-home options available. You can reach me at 317-941-6279, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.