Find Therapists, Counselors and Psychologists in Noblesville, Indiana

Find a therapist in Noblesville, Indiana that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in Noblesville to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and more.


Melissa Mendez

LMFT
7 years experience
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Indiana. I received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Purdue University and a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Christian Theological Seminary. I have had the opportunity to work in and gain knowledge from a diverse collection of settings that include elementary, middle and high school, hospital chaplaincy department, private practice and private agency working with families in... Read More
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Indiana. I received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Purdue University and a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Christian Theological Seminary. I... Read More
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  • Languages:English
  • Experience:7 years

Dr. Dan Boen

PhD,HSPP
40 years experience
Dan L. Boen, Ph.D., HSPP. Licensed Psychologist Executive Director of Christian Counseling Centers of Indiana. Dan received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Purdue University in 1985. He holds a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology from St. Francis University and an undergraduate degree in psychology from Huntington College. In addition to a general practice in individual, marriage and family counseling, Dr. Boen specializes in treating pastors and their families and others in ministry.... Read More
Dan L. Boen, Ph.D., HSPP. Licensed Psychologist Executive Director of Christian Counseling Centers of Indiana. Dan received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Purdue University in 1985. He holds a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology from St. Francis University... Read More
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  • Languages:English
  • Experience:40 years

Lyn Cassin

LCSW
14 years experience
Hello, my name is Lyn Cassin. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, (LCSW) in Indiana. I have worked in the mental health field since 2006 when I graduated with my BSW from Youngstown (Ohio) State University. I became a therapist once I obtained my MSW in 2012. The reason I became a therapist was to be able to help others who are struggling with the challenges of daily living. I've worked with... Read More
Hello, my name is Lyn Cassin. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, (LCSW) in Indiana. I have worked in the mental health field since 2006 when I graduated with my BSW from Youngstown (Ohio) State University. I became... Read More
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  • Languages:English
  • Experience:14 years

Rachel Hamilton

LCSW
15 years experience
I am a licensed clinical social worker licensed in California and Indiana. I have offered psychotherapy for 15 years working with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, psychosis and life transitions including grief and loss. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Grief Therapy and Jungian Dream Work. I have aided clients with parenting skills using logical and natural consequences with consistency. I create a warm, inviting and safe environment and confidentiality... Read More
I am a licensed clinical social worker licensed in California and Indiana. I have offered psychotherapy for 15 years working with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, psychosis and life transitions including grief and loss. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral... Read More
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  • Languages:English
  • Experience:15 years

Shadia Ibrahim

LMHC
10 years experience
My name is Shadia Ibrahim and I am a licensed mental health counselor licensed in the state of Indiana. I have been practicing since 2010 and I work with teenagers and young adults (14-21) , women’s issues, PTSD, depression, anxiety and eating disorders. I use a person-centered approach when in a therapeutic relationship with my clients. I make consistent efforts to meet each client "where they are" and to serve as a catalyst... Read More
My name is Shadia Ibrahim and I am a licensed mental health counselor licensed in the state of Indiana. I have been practicing since 2010 and I work with teenagers and young adults (14-21) , women’s issues, PTSD, depression,... Read More
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  • Languages:English
  • Experience:10 years

Catherine Walker

MA,LMHC
7 years experience
My name is Catherine (Cathy) Walker. I have been working with individuals since I have been licensed with my LMHC for six years now. I do have experience working with survivors of disasters while I was in my bachelors’ program and master’s program. In my experience assisting clients I have used theories such as Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), ACT therapy, and Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). I have been trained in EMDR therapy to... Read More
My name is Catherine (Cathy) Walker. I have been working with individuals since I have been licensed with my LMHC for six years now. I do have experience working with survivors of disasters while I was in my bachelors’ program... Read More
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  • Languages:English
  • Experience:7 years

Missy Irvin

LMFT
9 years experience
Missy is directional in her therapy approach. She doesn’t just sit and listen to couples fight nor does she do all the talking. She gives practical steps from a plan developed together with you to give you a roadmap and direction. Healthy marriages, great parenting and helping hurting people are not only Missy’s vocation but... Read More
Missy is directional in her therapy approach. She doesn’t just sit and listen to couples fight nor does she do all the talking. She gives practical steps from a plan developed together with you to give you a roadmap and direction. Healthy marriages, great parenting and helping hurting people are not only Missy’s vocation but... Read More
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 9 years

An Overview of Mental Health in Noblesville, Indiana

Home to the beautiful Hamilton County Courthouse, Noblesville, Indiana is a central Indiana city that is warm and welcoming. While over 58,000 individuals are proud to call this city their home, there are underlying mental health issues that need to be addressed. If you’re a resident of Noblesville or Hamilton County, here are some local resources and important statistics to help you handle your mental health challenges.

Mental Health in Noblesville

Mental health is a national issue. All across the country there are many individuals who are suffering from mental health challenges. Here are just a few common challenges that are present throughout Noblesville, Indiana and the country:

  • Social anxiety disorders
  • Depression
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Phobias
  • Panic disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Eating disorders

If you or a loved one have experienced any symptoms that may be attributed to these mental health challenges, it’s important to receive help right away. Don’t let fear or social stigma keep you from getting the assistance you or someone you know needs.

Overall, the county scored very high in terms of community health. From physical health to mental health, this fast-growing county is lead by Noblesville and is faring far better than many other areas across the nation. On average, citizens of Hamilton County took 3.1 mental health days each month. This is lower than the national average of 3.8 days.

However, on a statewide level, Indiana has a range of mental health issues and related challenges. Indiana rated 45th nationally in 2016 in terms of mental health challenges and access to professional care. This makes it essential, even in particularly healthy counties like Hamilton, to provide more access to mental health resources for those individuals who need assistance.

Challenges Associated with Mental Illness

There are many risk factors and challenges associated with mental illness. If you know an individual or family that is dealing with one or more of these challenges, it’s essential that they are aware of mental health services in their area.

Low income is often associated with mental health issues. If you or someone you know lives in a low-income household, there’s a greater chance of emotional difficulties that could lead to a mental health crisis. Even worse, this challenge soon becomes cyclical. Individuals with a mental health issue often struggle to earn the income necessary to increase their household income, which leads to greater risks of mental illness.

Thankfully, Noblesville enjoys a higher-than-average house income average. The median income in Noblesville is approximately $70,276 per year. This higher average income helps dramatically decrease the local poverty rate to 7.45 percent. Compared to the national average of 14 percent, Noblesville residents are much less likely to be living in poverty.

Homelessness is another area that is often associated with mental illness. Throughout the nation, mental illness was the third largest factor in single adults experiencing homelessness. The homeownership rate in Noblesville is 69.1 percent, and many individuals who don’t own a home can afford to rent in town. However, homelessness is still an issue in Noblesville that can have a strong impact on a person’s mental health.

Divorce Rates and Challenges

An unfortunate reality in Indiana is divorce. As the sixth highest state in divorce rates, Indiana typically sees 19 divorcees out of every 1,000 married individuals. This is slightly lower than the leading state of Arkansas, at 23 per 1,000 married individuals.

Divorce can not only be caused by financial pressures and low income, it can also cause both parties to experience additional financial and emotional difficulties. All of these additional stressors make it easy for individuals experiencing a divorce to have a mental health crisis.

Families and friends of a couple going through a divorce can also be affected by the emotional turmoil involved. Even if your friend or family member is going through a painful divorce, you may need to contact a mental health worker to find healing through this difficult process.

Find Mental Health Resources Today

There are many mental health resources available to individuals in Noblesville and throughout Hamilton County. If you’re experiencing any of these emotional challenges and need support, search the E-Counseling directory today. You’ll find a comprehensive list of local mental health professionals who can help connect you or a loved one to a support network today.