Client Centered Collaborative Care
InWell has multiple outpatient clinicians on staff, including counselors, clinical social workers, and marriage and family therapists. Our clinicians specialize in a wide range of populations including but not limited to: very young children (3-5 years of age), youth, adults, geriatric and disabled individuals, and severely mentally ill clients. All of our clinicians offer individual therapy, and several of them offer additional services such as couples therapy, family therapy, EMDR, and addictions and recovery work.
School Based Therapy
InWell offers school-based therapy in several elementary, middle, and high schools in Lebanon, Western Boone, and Zionsville. Our school-based clinicians provide therapy services and, when appropriate, life skills coaching during the school day. Therapy sessions do not conflict with core classes and typically occur during study halls, etc. This type of service is ideal for parents who may have difficulties finding time to bring youth to therapy appointments on weekly basis, youth who are having difficulties in the school, families with multiple youth in services, or families who would prefer a contact within the school. School-based therapists offer evening appointments for family sessions with school-based clients.
Recovery and Addiction Services
InWell offers outpatient therapy for individuals or families struggling with addiction. In addition, InWell has peer recovery support specialists who are able to provide adjunct support to those in early or ongoing recovery. InWell is also partnered with a medication-assisted treatment clinic for individuals who need a higher level of care.
InWell offers psychiatric evaluations and medication management services to clients who are actively engaged in therapy with an InWell clinician. We offer these services for youth and adults; children six years of age and under are evaluated on a case by case basis. Clients must attend at least three appointments and all balances must be paid in full prior to beginning psychiatry.