Dr. Bonnie Pisano Ph.D., HSPP, Neuropsychologist, Substance Abuse Professional, Parenting Coordinator
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Education:
Doctorate of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University with a cognate, in Neuropsychology & Marriage and Family Therapy
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University
Bachelor of Science degree in Experiential/Comparative Psychology with a minor in Interpersonal Relations

Services provided:
Achievement
Educational
Personality
Intellectual assessment

Populations:
Adolescents
Adults
Couples
Families

Specialties:
Depression, mood swings, grief, seasonal depression, and depression caused by medical illnesses
Anxiety, panic attacks, phobias and fears, obsessive-compulsive disorder, PTSD, separation anxiety, and general anxiety
Developmental challenges, in adults and in children, phase of life problems
Relationship problems including marriage, partnerships, parent and child conflict, and difficulties in workplace relationships
Childhood-specific problems including ADHD (in adults, as well), oppositional behaviors conduct disorders, and depression and anxiety
Adolescent-specific issues
Substance Abuse in the workplace; DOT sanctioned

About Dr. Bonnie Pisano:
Bonnie’s theoretical orientation is psychodynamic in regards to early development and personality development. It is humanistic in the belief that we are uniquely forward-moving and proactive in applying intuition and sensory experience to define our lives along the path of life.

Other professional activities:
Summa Cum Laude Graduate
Member of Mensa
Member of Phi Beta Kappa
Member of Psi Chi
Undergraduate publications in Comparative Psychology
Red Cross distinctions for on-site crisis management
Critical Incident Stress Debriefing
Stephen Minister and Stephen Leader
Community fund raisers for Hospital for Homeless post-surgery in Indianapolis