Stressed Out?

  • Do you feel overwhelmed, misunderstood or have too much to do?
  • Do you have difficulty managing school, extra-curricular activities or family?
  • Do you experience a racing heart, shortness of breath, of have headaches or stomaches often or very often?
  • Do you criticize yourself often or very often for feeling anxious?
  • Do you worry about everyday situations that don’t seem to bother most people?

Beginning in January, Lisa is offering a weekly support group for stressed out teens!

In a confidential and supportive environment, group members will share experiences and learn new ways of coping with anxiety. Instead of felling like anxiety is “controlling,” group members will learn to take charge and be in control of anxiety!

Mondays 4:30-5:30

Begins January 8, 2018

Teens 13-17 years old


Discounts available

For more information contact Lisa Franklin 317.496.0456 or email

This program is designed to illustrate how our culture has distorted our understanding of truly living. It is so easy to wind up engaged in church activities, school commitments, athletics, work, and to-do lists that we lose sight of what it truly means to Live. We end up feeling guilty when we say no to requests. We worry that our children won’t receive that extra attention if we don’t insert ourselves into their athletics and academics. We emphasize to our children the need to take care of themselves and take breaks, but unknowingly teach them “do as I say, not as I do.” The program will guide you how to implement real change in your life to experience living the way God intended.

What is a Couple Intensive?
A typical approach to couples therapy is weekly or bi-weekly sessions. While this is one effective form of couples therapy, it isn’t always a right fit for every couple. A “Couple Intensive” takes the hours of couples therapy that would usually occur over 2-6 months and places them in a much smaller timeframe: 1-2 days.

Is a Couple Intensive right for us?

Couple intensives can be beneficial for married and non-married couples when there are long-term issues that have not responded well to weekly therapy sessions. An intensive is sometimes used when there has been betrayal in a marriage and a loss of trust, when partners feel stuck with no option but to separate or divorce, or when a relationship has lost passion and a couple desires more closeness and intimacy. An intensive can also be appropriate for couples coming from out of town who want to meet with Logan as their therapist.

This program is intended for anyone in a family relationship with an addict of drugs or alcohol. The program outlines the common roles, rules, and remission process involved with a family of an addict. It is intended to translate some of the family behaviors, communication styles, and obstacles to successful drug and alcohol treatment. This program also emphasizes the role the faith community can play in supporting all of these family members.

For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline.

2 Timothy 1:7


So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed. John 8:36