Sometimes life can present struggles for all of us. While problems can seem overwhelming at times, hardships can also result in healthy, positive growth if handled with courage and wisdom. Our goal is to help you manage life’s difficulties in the best way possible. Reaching out for help can feel daunting, so we strive to provide a welcoming, safe environment where you can let your guard down and feel accepted. At life’s crossroads, a warm, compassionate therapeutic relationship can make all the difference in finding the direction you are seeking.
While all of the clinicians at CPD work with adults, many of us have specialties in working with children and adolescents. Several of use specialize in playtherapy for young children and we incorporate parent training when needed. We find that children and teens can benefit from a guiding hand at important developmental phases to help turn the corner in a positive direction.
Helping You Find Calm & Peace When Life Becomes Too Much
Our Muncie location is housed in a renovated home, fostering a familiar and warm atmosphere to promote a sense of ease and calm. We have comfortable counseling rooms and a large room specifically designed for playtherapy. All of our clinicians offer services in our Muncie location. Dr. Natasha Anderson also works in our Noblesville office, which is specifically designed for playtherapy and family sessions.
Dr. Sharon EzopI am a licensed psychologist and have been serving the residents of Delaware county and surrounding region since 2002. My clients know me as “Sharon or Dr. Sharon,” as I am not especially formal. My goal is make each person I see comfortable so they may find their personal strengths to face and overcome whatever difficulty brings them into my office. Dr. Ezop provides services in our Muncie location.
Dr. Natasha Anderson“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind,” by Dr. Seuss. This quote speaks to some of my thoughts about therapy and personal growth. I feel treatment is about helping an individual embrace and accept who they are, in order to be the best version of themselves possible. Dr. Anderson operates out of both the Muncie office and our Noblesville location, conveniently located in downtown Noblesville.
Ann Robinson, LMHCIn my therapeutic work, I strive to empower my clients, thereby enabling them to recognize their choices, and thus their responsibility/accountability. I enjoy assisting my clients in identifying and progressing towards their individual goals and want to make sessions enjoyable so clients will remain in therapy until they meet their goals rather than dropping out early. Ann provides services at our Muncie location.
Arika Miracle Strock, ACSW, LCSWIt has been an honor and a privilege to be in this field. As of 2016 I will have practiced for 20 years. I approach treatment in a comprehensive manner, and strive to work with professionals in the community to help my clients achieve their goals. I work with school-aged children, adolescents, and adults providing counseling. Ms. Strock offers services at our Muncie location.
Dr. Lee VanDonselaarAs a therapist, I enjoy making authentic connections with a variety of adult clients who know me simply as “Dr. Lee”. They tell me they enjoy my calm demeanor and sense of humor as we work collaboratively to improve their health and well-being, to enhance their daily functioning, and to find meaning in their lives.
Jamie Bergan, LCSWI welcome new clients who are interested in learning how to empower themselves, develop resiliency and change old, damaging habits for new ways of thinking. I utilize techniques from Solution focused therapy and Cognitive Behavioral therapy to help build authentic and collaborative relationships to build on strengths you already have to make changes in areas of concern. Jamie provides services at our Muncie location.
Amber Moody, LMHC“When the other person is hurting, confused, troubled, anxious, terrified; or when he or she is doubtful of self-worth, uncertain of identity then understanding is called for. The gentle and sensitive companionship of an empathic stance provides illumination and healing. In such situations deep understanding is the most precious gift one can give another.” -Carl […]
Ashley Hutchison, Ph.D.I work with older adolescents and adults on a variety of concerns, such as anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, career development, and identity development. Prior clients have shared they appreciated my personable and down to earth approach in therapy, including my holistic view of our work together. To me, this holistic focus includes understanding what brings people to therapy in the context of all facets of their lives, such as their cultural backgrounds, life experiences, values, and family and work lives.
Melissa Osner, LMHCWhile the stories of our lives often lead us to counseling for different reasons, one thing remains almost universally consistent: we all want to be heard, valued, and empowered. As a licensed counselor, this understanding guides my approach with every client. Within an empathetic, collaborative and safe environment, my clients discover that counseling is a tool which leads to growth and healing.
Dr. Byron LongI view therapy as a collaborative process. One in which I strive to form a strong relationship by deeply understanding and knowing my clients. For me, this starts by creating a welcoming, supportive, and affirming environment in the therapy room. I work with people ranging from young adulthood to those in later life. As a […]
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