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Phone: 812-345-2169
Co-founded by Bret and Christine Eartheart, the Center for Thriving Relationships offers an abundance of life-changing tools, counseling, workshops, and products to help couples in every stage of their relationship turn breakdowns into breakthroughs, shift from problems into possibilities, change growing pains into growing gains, replace power struggles with playfulness, leap from conflict into co-creativity, move from settling to sensational, go beyond surviving to thriving, and blast through the mediocre to reach the magnificent. We are located in Bloomington, IN and serve couples anywhere in the world via phone and Skype. We passionately believe intimate relationships are the most powerful catalysts and vehicles for healing, transformation, and living our most radiantly joyful lives. We are convinced that being in a loving partnership vastly multiplies our fullest potential as human beings, exponentially benefiting our individual lives, our relationships, our families, our communities, and our world. We are on a mission to help people awaken to new levels of lasting and limitless love in fun, easy, and revolutionary ways.Whether you are on the edge of separation, excitedly entering a new relationship you want to make sure lasts, hungry to reclaim the passion you once felt, eager to break through the challenges (no matter how big or small) that create anger, fear, distance, and pain, or ready to experience your relationship’s greatest potential to thrive, JOIN US to ignite your life and love with renewed vitality, happiness, and fulfillment…in ways beyond your wildest dreams.
Join Lisa K. Hornibrook, Ph.D., psychologist and Indiana University and Ivy Tech adjunct professor, as she explores “Marriage & Family Therapy from Theory to Practice” at a FREE Breakfast Learning Series hosted by Centerstone and Ivy Tech’s Dept. of Social and Behavioral Sciences on Friday, April 20, 2012 from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Ivy Tech’s Bloomington campus.
Phone: 812-333-3440
As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, I work hard to understand, support, counsel, and encourage clients as they adjust to concerns or make changes they want to make in their lives. I work with adults, children, and youth to help them manage depression, anxiety, stress, relationship issues, and other issues that impact daily life. I enjoy working with parents in need of support due to their children’s behavioral problems, school problems, or getting along with others. My style is integrative; I utilize cognitive, pastoral, EMDR, supportive, behavioral, educational, collaborative, and other counseling strategies according to my client’s needs. Overall, I strive to provide professional, affordable, client-centered counseling to all persons regardless of background, age, gender, social status, spiritual belief, sexual orientation, or ethnicity.
Phone: 774-327-8884
Through the unique services of JourneyWork, I utilize traditional therapeutic clinical modalities, as well as complementary wellness approaches, and a dose of the mystical, to help create with you and your higher Guidance an uplifting as well as life altering experience. I use the psychological, metaphysical, and mystical to assist you to literally transform your life. JW embraces both the logical and intuitive parts of your brain, and through connection, communication, and collaboration facilitates you to balance and blossom. Expect foundational shifts that assist integration of all levels of your being!What people that take any of the services of JourneyWork have in common is a deep hunger to connect…with themselves, a higher power that validates that, and a support system of like-hearted others to work and play with. They long to create a life that allows their very essence to find fertile ground and thrive. Many have waited so long to be ‘themselves’ that they’ve forgotten who they are. They seek to rediscover and build upon what is real. While JW offers many tools that are practical, the main gift it shares is a fresh reinterpretation of tired, old norms that help the seeker create the life and be the person that they love. Many people tell me that working with me, my Teachers, their own Guidance, has significantly changed and improved their lives. I’m thrilled and humbled.
Phone: 812-361-3601
If you could change something in your life, what would it be? Building a bridge between where you are now and where you want to be will be the focus of our meetings. Gaining insight into your thinking, behavior and emotional patterns will help you understand how you see the world. By understanding your world view, you can decided what is working and what is not working for you. You will keep what is working and find ways to change what is not. Making a change is not as hard as you think.
Phone: 812-369-7683
Compassionate, evidence-based therapy for children, adolescents and adults.
Phone: 812-333-7404
Middle Way House provides shelter for women and children fleeing violence at home. The shelter is a safe place available to families until they have found an appropriate, affordable place to live. At the shelter, women and children sleep in family groups, eat congregate style, contribute to the upkeep of their own and group spaces, and take advantage of programs designed to help them move on with their lives.Middle Way House’s Rape Crisis Center provides 24-hour crisis intervention to victims and survivors of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, incest, and sexual harassment. On-scene advocates respond to calls from the police department or area hospital emergency departments in the event of domestic violence or sexual assault.Building Healthy Relationships (BHR) is a four, five, and ten session interactive curriculum designed to prevent interpersonal dating, domestic, and sexual violence. Specially trained educators tailor presentations to fit the time frames and meet the specific needs of each audience. This program is offered to area middle schools, high schools, and youth-serving organizations.Food Works is a full service catering business owned and operated by Middle Way House since 2002. It was established to provide women with skills so they can be financially independent. Without that, many women remain in or return to abusive relationships.American Shredding has bonded employees who bring their truck to your home or business, pulverize your confidential documents on site, and deliver the pulverized paper to a recycler.Employees are selected from Middle Way House clients, and the owner returns a portion of the profits to MWH.