Mental and Behavioral Health Providers, Therapists, Counselors

Mental & Behavioral Health Providers, Therapists, Counselors 

LookUp Indiana offers a comprehensive mental and behavioral health provider directory for the entire state of Indiana.

Click here on FIND HELP  (you will be directed to LookUp's main page) and follow the directions to search for behavioral health agencies in your area.


Here are the links of what you will find (in alphabetical order):

Access Counseling, LLC

Bloomington Meadows Hospital

Jennifer E Bradley

Catholic Charities Bloomington, 803 N. Monroe St., Bloomington, IN 47404; 812-332-1262, fax: 812-334-8464;

Catholic Charities serves all residents of Brown, Lawrence, Morgan, Monroe, Orange, Owen and surroundings counties. Services are based on a sliding fee scale. Medicaid, Medicare and private insurance are also accepted. Individuals may refer themselves to Catholic Charities, Schools, physicians or other community agencies and professionals may also refer individuals and families to our services.

Centerstone Bloomington

C. Jessica Hersch, Licensed Therapist

IU Student Health Center Counseling and Psychological Services -- CAPS

IU Health Riley Hospital for Children

Indiana University Center for Human Growth

Heart Spirals

Inner Resources Counseling

Jordan Family Services

Life Paths Counseling

Lindeman & Associates

Meng Ai Counseling and Consulting, LLC

Midwest Counseling Center

New Outlook Counseling Center

Richard L. Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center Bloomington

Spencer Psychology

Unger Counseling Psychotherapy Services

Valle Vista

Williamson Counseling

Youth Services Bureau of Monroe County



In addition, for individual therapists by private practice or other options, please see below - in alphabetical order:

Index: What you will find below -- in alphabetical order:

  • IU Health Bloomington Behavioral Health

  • New Outlook Counseling Center

Behavioral Health - Indiana University Health

IU Health Bloomington

Outpatient treatment preserves family routine and eliminates the disruption associated with hospitalization. IU Health Bloomington Hospital offers the following outpatient services in Bloomington, Indiana:

  • Psychiatric consultation and medicine evaluation

  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

  • Individual psychotherapy and psychoeducational groups

  • Medical and psychosocial evaluation

  • Medical management

  • Individual, group and family therapy

The care we offer is as individual as the people we serve. Participants develop healthy goals and ways to reach these goals, with an emphasis on preventing relapse of emotional distress. Referrals are made by private therapists, physicians, social service agencies and other sources. Patients are evaluated to determine which program is appropriate for their situation.For information about free (or low cost) local support groups, please call “211” to discover support options available to you in your area.

Psychiatric Consultation and Medication Evaluation

Our board certified psychiatrists and nurse practitioners provide diagnostic assessments and recommendations for treatment. With the assistance of our registered nurses, we offer ongoing follow-up telephone consultation for individuals between appointments and networking with referring professionals.

Intensive Outpatient Program

We have designed our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), available in Bloomington, to assist individuals who do not require hospitalization, but can benefit from participation in a structured therapeutic program to address psychiatric needs in a supportive, caring environment.

IOP components include:

  • Recognizing personal strengths and problem areas

  • Gaining greater understanding of the relationships between thought and behavior

  • Setting immediate and long-term goals

  • Developing structured homework assignments

  • Helping change emotions and behaviors

The IOP offers group therapy and educational groups to help you develop coping skills and improve your mental health and ability to function in daily life.

Individual Psychotherapy and Psychoeducational Groups

Our individual and group sessions are led by licensed therapists are available both days and evenings for individuals with anxiety, depression, relationship issues and other needs.

How to Become a New Patient at Outpatient Behavioral Health

It is important that all patients seen at IU Health Outpatient Behavioral Health be under the care of a primary care provider, as the assessment and management of medical issues is the first step toward identifying possible underlying mental health issues. Our behavioral health staff will also work closely with your primary care provider, when necessary, to coordinate care.

To begin the process of becoming a new patient, your primary care provider should complete, and then fax to our office, a copy of the referral form listed below. Once the referral form is received, our behavioral health staff will contact you, and /or your primary care provider, with a plan.

New Outlook Counseling Center

Bloomington 812-929-7956 or Greenwood 317-987-6163

Marriage Counseling

Helping people deal with everyday life

Gottman Method

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