Darlene Graham, MA, LMHC
Born and raised in Northern Indiana, Darlene relocated to central Indiana after graduating high school and currently lives in Indianapolis with her husband of 26 years, Flozell. She received her Master of Arts in Psychotherapy and Faith from Christian Theological Seminary. After spending 17 years in the pharmaceutical industry, Darlene felt called to support and counsel those needing the chance to heal and grow.
As a family, primary, and group therapist at Selah House, Darlene helps clients discover, uncover, and create a new identity and mindset apart from the eating disorder. She also supports clients in learning how to interact in their family relationships more effectively and how to coach family and friends as they help their loved one recover. Darlene incorporates CBT, motivational interviewing, strength-based, solution-focused, and family systems modalities in individual and family sessions. She challenges clients in thought-provoking groups to become increasingly intentional about loving themselves and about changing how they respond to overwhelming thoughts and emotions.
Darlene loves to read and has discovered the world of audiobooks. She also enjoys adult coloring books that keep her alert and focused.
“My favorite part of working at Selah is the opportunity to create and grow relationships with the various clients. Each one brings such a special set of gifts and talents. I love to encourage each client to search out their uniqueness and then to begin the process of embracing and owning it.”