Carol Hornbeck

Carol Hornbeck

Carol works with children, adolescents and adults individually and within families and couples.  She is experienced in areas including grief and loss, anxiety and depression, parent-child relationships, sexual abuse and recovery from trauma, and gender identity issues.

Carol brings to her work more than 25 years’ experience as a consultant and educator to national and regional secular and religious organizations in areas including child advocacy, parenting, diversity awareness, and domestic violence.  She also assists congregations in recognizing, responding to, and reducing the risk of child sexual abuse and clergy professional misconduct.

She has helped coordinate the parent support group of the New Day for Children of Divorce program, supporting divorced families as they adjust to the challenges posed by divorce.

“People seek professional counseling not only in response to a crisis or life transition, but increasingly to learn how good relationships can be even better.  My goal is to support children, adolescents and adults in discovering new strengths and enhancing the resources they already have for growth and healing.”

Her credentials and experience include:

  • Bachelor of Arts from Drew University
  • Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Christian Theological Seminary
  • Licensed in Indiana as a Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Clinical Fellow, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Specialized training in couples therapy and play therapy

Carol Hornbeck also offers Marriage Preparation Program sessions.

To schedule, call CenterPoint at (317)252-5518 or contact Carol via email at

(Carol Hornbeck is contracted with the following insurance companies:   Anthem)