Creative Awareness Counseling, LLC is MOVING!
(But don't worry! It's not terribly far from my current location.)
The office will move on Friday July 26th and I will begin seeing clients in my new space on Monday July 29th! I have loved my beautiful office on the canal but was beginning to miss having the space to make art in sessions and do movement work then the best little spot just popped up at the exact right time.
My New Address effective Friday July 26th:
Creative Awareness Counseling, LLC
819 E. 64th Street, Suite 232
Indianapolis, IN, 46220
I will be located inside the 819 building which is a tan 2-story office space off of 64th and Ferguson just one block north from my current space - west of the mower shop and south of Broad Ripple Vintage. You can still drive the same way (beware of college ave - still). Parking is in the lot out front or on the street. Just come up either set of stairs when you arrive and wait for me in the waiting area.
Beginning July 21st I will no longer offer regular Saturday appointments on my client self-scheduling calendar. I will make every accommodation for clients who currently see me on Saturday to get you into a weekday time that works for you. I will see clients Monday and Tuesday 10-3 pm and Wednesday and Thursday from 2:30-7:30 pm with a few additional hours by in-person request for current clients only. After working on Saturday for almost 20 years I have decided to make a change in support of my own mental health! I am grateful for your understanding.
Please note: I will be out of the office August 1-4.
Creative Awareness Counseling, LLC is the name of my psychotherapy practice located in the heart of Broad Ripple, Indianapolis, IN. I open for business on Monday September 17th, 2018 and will be accepting new clients. Please take a look at my website. There is a lot to read. I think it will give you a sense of who I am and what it is like to work with me. If you have any questions please contact me by email for general queries or by phone for specific questions related to scheduling and clinical concerns. I look forward to spending time with you.
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