depression | anxiety | negative self-esteem | shame | codependency| sexual identity | grief | addictions| trauma | teens | much more
Chelsea Cassel, MA, MFT
Chelsea received her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Indiana Wesleyan University and completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Indiana State University. She is familiar with a variety of therapeutic approaches and techniques that can assist with her clients getting to the source of the problems they are currently struggling with. Chelsea has experience working with a wide range of clientele such as individuals, children, adolescents, couples, infidelity, families, LGBTQ, veterans, grief, addictions and trauma. She has also worked with numerous cognitive and emotional issues such as depression, anxiety, negative self-esteem and much more. When working with couples, Chelsea’s main goal is to explore ways where the couple can get back to what made them fall in love in the first place. She wants to assist the couple in finding a stronger emotional connection and a healthier way to communicate
Chelsea considers herself a compassionate, empathetic and non-judgmental therapist who always has her clients’ best interest in mind. Therapy is a safe place in which Chelsea will assist you in exploring the past, creating peace in the present and feeling hope for the future. In her spare time Chelsea enjoys traveling, watching movies and spending time with friends and family.