Hello! My name is Mallory and I am 30 years old. I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Indiana and I have 6 years of experience working in the field. I received my Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from University of Indianapolis and my Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Indiana University. My clinical expertise includes working with clients struggling with Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, anger, grief and loss, and parenting challenges (specifically those related to emotional or behavioral challenges of the child). I also have a great deal of experience working with clients to address challenging life transitions, such as moving, college, career changes, and relationships.
I believe the therapeutic process is most successful when it is founded on a trusting and collaborative relationship, where my clients feel comfortable expressing their thoughts and feelings in a safe and nonjudgmental environment. I utilize cognitive behavior therapy, along with a range of other therapeutic techniques to individualize the therapy process for each client. I am solution focused and target interventions to assist my clients to identify therapy goals and then work to achieve them.
In my free time I enjoy spending time with my friends, family, and my golden doodle, Gracie. I like to run and play soccer, and I am a huge IU basketball and Colts football fan!
Congratulations on taking the first steps to further insight and growth in your life, I look forward to working along side you to accomplish your goals!
- Stress, Anxiety
- Self esteem
I also have experience in Relationship, Trauma and abuse, Grief, Parenting, Anger, Career, Depression
LMHC #39002571A (Expires: 2018-04-30)
Mallory shows real understanding and is thoughtful in her responses without dominating the conversation. It's obvious she has a high-level of expertise and that comes through in our every interaction, while still leaving plenty of room for me to express my thoughts and feelings. She asks insightful questions that prompt clear thinking on my part, without ever pushing too hard.