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Daniel Eccles

Indianapolis, Indiana

Daniel Eccles

MA in Clinical Mental Health, George Fox University
Years in practice: 1
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Do you feel that there must be more to life than where you currently are? Whether you are experiencing a rough life transition, anxiety, or a career change, I want to help you find opportunities to thrive rather than just get by. I am one of few certified career counselors in Indianapolis with a background in both Clinical Mental Health and career development techniques, and combine these techniques to provide more opportunities for more people,

My ideal client is someone experiencing life transitions – employment changes, loss, anxiety, depression, etc. I specialize in working with teenagers and young adults and career counseling.

 

 

Indianapolis, Indiana
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Mr. Tobyn Linton

Noblesville, Indiana

Mr. Tobyn Linton

MA in Mental Heath Counseling, University of Indianapolis
Years in practice: 20
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I use a balance of understanding, education, and accountability. My approach is primarily from Cognitive Behavioral and EMDR perspectives. I specialize in addictions, anxiety, depression, and trauma as they relate to men and manhood. I like to describe my clients as “brilliant strugglers” (people who are high-achieving in most aspects of their lives but are out of touch with some meaningful part of themselves).

Noblesville, Indiana
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