Our team of therapists has a wide range of clinical experience and expertise. If you have questions about any of our clinicians, or aren't sure about who would be the best fit for you, please give us a call at 317-743-8202 and we will be glad to connect you with the therapist that can meet your needs.
Joanna Bloss is passionate about helping her clients become the very best version of themselves. She works with children, adolescents, adults and families and is trained in EMDR and DBT. Her passions include helping individuals who struggle to manage their emotions and behavior, supporting parents, and empowering anyone who wants to improve their boundaries, communication and coping skills. As the owner of Generations Counseling, Joanna makes it a priority to ensure excellent care for all the clients in the practice and highly values teaching and training other clinicians. For more about Joanna, click here.
Tyler Alexander has worked in the mental health field for the past 10 years in a variety of settings including community mental health centers, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, in the schools, and private practice. He has a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Indiana University, and a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Indiana University. Tyler specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), but also utilizes other theoretical approaches to best fit the needs of each person. For more about Tyler, click here. For more about Tyler, click here.
Adrienne Brown is an experienced clinician who works with a variety of issues including relationship issues, family conflicts, grief, intimacy-related issues, eating disorders, sleeping disorders, parenting issues, anger management, self-esteem, career difficulties, and bipolar disorder. Adrienne is able to create genuine, compassionate connections with her clients and seeks to empower them to address their goals through a strong and respectful therapeutic rapport. For more about Adrienne, click here.
Kirsten Donaldson brings a wealth of life experience to her clinical skills and provides individual, group and family counseling. Kirsten especially enjoys working with young adults and adolescents who have trouble with intense emotions. She also provides support for families and caregivers as well as individuals who are grieving. For more about Kirsten, click here.
Janet is a marriage and family therapist who brings us a breadth of experience from her work in private practice, elementary and high schools, crisis centers, and on crisis lines. She comes to us from Denver, Colorado, where she was recognized and awarded for her work with victims of domestic violence victims of all ages and within culturally diverse communities. Clients usually comment on how comfortable and safe they feel with her. For more about Janet, click here.
Aaron knows that connection is vital to a good counseling relationship. For over 15 years, he has created a safe place for individuals to grow, learn more about themselves and find healing. Aaron uses a combination of empirical treatments and process-oriented approaches that are tailored to each client's individual needs. His clients have said that his care for them helps them tell their stories without shame and learn how to be more whole, resulting in many positive changes in their personal lives. For more about Aaron, click here.
Grace values the counseling relationship and has a desire to practice with a client-centered approach. Grace has a great deal of experience working with families, and specifically with children and adolescent clients. Life experience also drives Grace’s clinical passions, including working with those struggling with difficult emotions and complicated grief. Narrative therapy, Mindfulness, and Sandtray are just a few of the many treatment modalities that Grace enjoys utilizing to meet client needs. As a clinician with an associate license, Grace is able to see clients for a reduced fee. For more about Grace, click here.
Deia is an experienced social worker who has worked extensively with foster children and their families and in hospital-based care. She is trained in helping children process trauma and focuses on a combination of strengths-based and solution-focused strategies to help her clients reach their goals. Her warm, compassionate style enables her clients to feel comfortable and develop a strong rapport. Deia sees her clients in the evenings after 5pm. For more about Deia, click here.
John Marker is a mental health and clinical addictions counselor with more than 16 years of experience providing counseling services. His previous work experience includes counseling older adults at Midtown Mental Health Center and at the Center for Mental Health (now Aspire Indiana). John prefers working with adults, seniors, and teens 14+. His approach to counseling is primarily person-centered, and often incorporates cognitive behavioral, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness-based techniques. For more about John, click here.
Tashauna has worked in the mental health field for the past 19 years providing therapeutic services primarily in the community setting. She has worked in a variety of roles in outpatient clinics specializing in the treatment of borderline personality disorder, complex trauma, co-occurring substance use disorders, and mood disorders. Tashauna received her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling in 2003 from Ball State University. She has a license in mental health counseling (LMHC), license in clinical addictions (LCAC), and a national certification in counseling (NCC). For more about Tashauna, click here.