Danika’s passion is working with couples, helping those who are struggling in their relationships to find healthier and more satisfying ways of relating. Using a systems framework, she recognizes the impact that one struggling relationship can have on the entire family system. Her passion for helping couples is not only to bring peace and healing to the couple relationship but to the larger family unit as well. Common reasons for seeking relationship therapy include finances, parenting issues, frequent conflict, difficulty communicating, blended family issues, affairs, and addiction. Each of these issues (and many others) is often easier to navigate with a trusted, third person who can provide objective feedback and helpful suggestions. If you think Danika might be a good fit to assist you on your journey toward a healthier relationship you are invited to schedule an appointment
Danika’s has received training in Gottman Therapy, Prepare-Enrich (premarital counseling), TFCBT (Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), and A-TIP (Acute Traumatic Incident Processing.
Danika is working toward full licensure in Indiana and cannot file insurance at this time other than Medicare and Medicaid and some EAPs. Private pay fees are $90 for the initial and individual sessions.
Danika Lowry, MSW, LSW
Carol Ryan holds a Master of Science in Professional Counseling and a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management. Her counseling experience includes twenty years of work in the areas of substance dependence and trauma as an inpatient and outpatient therapist. She earned an advanced certification in addictions counseling and has expertise in the medical management of opiate addiction via Suboxone and Naltrexone.
In addition to her experience with addictions, Carol works with families, and couples work is a recent addition to her practice. She uses the Gottman Method with couples to improve communication and strengthen commitment. She believes that therapy is a collaborative effort built on mutual respect and a positive client-therapist relationship. Her eclectic interventions use evidence-based practices in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), MET (Motivational Enhancement Therapy), Yoga and Mindfulness.
In addition to her traditional counseling practice, Carol has a unique position at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children helping adults with children injured by: human trafficking, sexual exploitation, online enticement, child pornography, cyber bullying, running away and addiction. She has supported over 7,500 households to date and continues her work there. Carol’s training includes the Amber Alert Warning System, Child Abduction Response, Internet Crimes Against Children, and Virtual Addictions.
Carol is not currently filing insurance, however, she will provide a Superbill that clients can file for themselves if their insurance will pay for Out-of-Network benefits. Her fees are: $110 for an initial intake; $90 for a 45-52 minute session; and $105 for a 53-60 minute session.
Francesca is working toward full licensure in Indiana and cannot file insurance at this time other than Medicare and Medicaid and some EAPs. Private pay fees are $90 for the initial and individual sessions.
Shawn Flynn, MSW, LCSW
Jamie Herring has moved her practice to Ft. Wayne.