Lis Gibboney is a licensed mental health counselor in the state of Indiana. Lis completed her undergraduate degree at IUPUI in 2009, and went on to earn her Masters of Science degree in Counseling/Clinical Psychology at Indiana University, Bloomington in 2012. Lis began her clinical training at St. Vincent Stress Center, working with adolescents and children in a Day School program. She continued her clinical experience at Larue Carter Memorial Hospital, where she gained experience working in an inpatient setting with adults and adolescents suffering from severe, persistent mental health illnesses. Lis also worked with adult women at The Craine House, where she offered individual and group therapy sessions with female residents working to transition back into the community. She facilitated group workshops which included a focus on recovery from chemical addiction, anger management, and women’s empowerment support groups. More recently, Lis has worked in an outpatient setting at Fairbanks Hospital with both adolescents and adults struggling with chemical dependency. She has facilitated psychoeducation lectures and process groups for adults in recovery from addiction and struggling with other addictive disorders, including codependency and relationship problems. She is currently facilitating a co-ed, adult Relapse Prevention outpatient treatment group at Fairbanks where she is able to provide tailored interventions to clients who have a history of relapse in chemical addiction. She also sees clients individually in a private practice setting to address addiction, disordered eating, anxiety, depression, and other mental health and relationship issues.
Lis is open to working with individuals with a variety of challenges including eating disorders, anxiety, addiction, grief and loss, codependency and relationship issues, life adjustment difficulties, anger and emotional-management issues, mood disorders, and low self-worth. Lis utilizes strength-based, self-awareness, and mindfulness approaches and provides counseling largely rooted in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, ACT, Humanistic, and Solution-Focused modalities.
Contact Lis to learn more about her practice – firstname.lastname@example.org