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Areas of Concern:

Counseling for Postpartum Depression

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Stephanie Knipper

Do you feel like you’re always on high alert, waiting for the other shoe to drop? Are chunks of your life missing, leaving blank spots where memories should be? Do you find yourself replaying certain experiences over and over again? If so, you’re not alone. Over 70% of adults have experienced at least one traumatic event in their lifetime. Trauma can leave you feeling like you’re fighting for your life, even when you’re perfectly safe. Unlike other mental health issues, trauma is triggered by an outside event that is so terrible, so intolerable that it leaves an imprint on the brain. As a result, the brain might perceive a threat where none exists. This is why months or even years later, you might feel the same way you did when you first experienced trauma. I know first-hand the way trauma colors every aspect of your life. I also know healing is possible, and your past does not have to define you. Counseling can help you move forward. In a calm, safe, and trusting environment, we will work together to help you heal from the past and find the peace-of-mind you’ve been searching for.

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Brittany Harris

Indianapolis My primary focus as a therapist is working with individuals and couples who are facing challenging situations related to pregnancy and parenthood, including perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, life transitions, fertility difficulties, and pregnancy and infant loss. I also enjoy helping people work through issues of intergenerational trauma, cycle breaking, and the impact of adverse childhood events on our adult experiences. I approach these topics holistically and incorporate mindfulness in my work with clients. I value each individual’s experience and look forward to collaborating with clients to tailor my therapeutic approach. I am currently a clinical mental health counseling graduate student at Bradley University. I graduated from DePauw University with a bachelor’s degree in 2009.

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