About Us

Katelyn Hunter, LMHC

Email: Katelyn@peacefamilycounseling.com

Phone: 317-881-0409 Extension: 23

Clients I love working with:
  • Children and young adults
  • Anxiety
  • Panic
  • Obsessions & Compulsions
  • Perfectionism
  • Exposure Response Prevention (ERP)
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

Katelyn is currently accepting new clients


  • Mornings, afternoons, evenings
  • In-person and Telehealth

Cost: $130/session
(Cash, Card, Check, HSA Accepted)

About Katelyn

Katelyn Hunter specializes in working with children and young adults who struggle with anxiety, panic, obsessions and compulsions, and perfectionism. She also guides individuals navigating grief and trauma. She graduated from the University of Indianapolis with a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, with a special focus on children and adolescents. She is open to incorporating faith into therapy sessions and believes that it plays a powerful role in healing and hope for the future. In addition, Katelyn enjoys incorporating humor, sand tray, and play therapy techniques into therapy to engage with the client and make therapy fun! Clients describe Katelyn as warm, interactive, and easy-going. Katelyn aims to help you feel comfortable with the process and learn the skills you need to challenge your own thinking outside of the therapeutic space. She is available for in-office and telehealth appointments Monday through Thursday.

Brave Minds Club - Anxiety group for 9-12 year olds

Registration is now open for the Brave Minds Club. Led by Katelyn Hunter, LMHC, this group is for 9-12 year olds with anxiety. The group will meet Mondays from 6-7:30pm, June 5 to July 17. $50 per group.

In the Brave Minds Club children will learn:

  • Problem solving skills
  • Coping skills
  • Relaxation skills
  • and so much more!

Questions? Contact Katelyn Hunter

Katelyn's Blog Posts

Anxiety in Children
Katelyn Hunter

Unwanted Thoughts: When Kids Have Intrusive Thoughts and How to Help Them

Intrusive thoughts are unwelcome and often distressing mental images or ideas that intrude into our awareness without invitation. They can be disturbing, irrational, or even violent, leaving us questioning our own sanity. Intrusive thoughts often involve content that goes against your personal values, beliefs, or moral code. Since children are learning who they are, what

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Katelyn Hunter

Unwanted Thoughts: When is it Time to Get Help?

According to research, intrusive thoughts affect up to six million Americans. Intrusive thoughts can be violent or sexual in nature, often leaving you feeling embarrassed or helpless in managing them. Knowing when to seek help for intrusive thoughts can be essential for your mental well-being. Here are some signs that indicate it might be time

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Katelyn Hunter

Unraveling the Mind: 10 Things That Will Help with Intrusive Thoughts

Dealing with intrusive thoughts can be challenging and leave you feeling confused and exhausted. Especially if you’re trying to manage them on your own, and not talk about them. A favorite house plant (it does equally as well as an outdoor plant!) is the Zebrina Pendula. It’s a plant that does best when you break

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Katelyn Hunter

Unraveling the Mind: Understanding Intrusive Thoughts

Defining Intrusive Thoughts Ask any therapist why they decided to enter the field. You will probably hear something along the lines of wanting to understand behavior or emotions or being interested in the intricacies of the human mind. Sometimes our minds can feel like a rollercoaster of thoughts, emotions, and, occasionally, those thoughts can be

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