Julie Biffle

Clinical Psychotherapist


Race/Ethnicity: Vietnamese and Caucasian


  • Anthem BCBS
  • IU Health
  • United Health
  • Community Health Network
  • Certified w/Tricare
  • ComPsych EAP
  • Caresource
  • Medicaid
  • Aetna

Other Services

  • Life Coaching
  • Supervision
  • Consultation

Julie is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and attended graduate school at Walden University and majored in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She attended undergraduate studies at New York Institute of Technology at Ellis College and studied Psychology. She received an honorable discharge after serving six years in the US Navy. She has been married over 20 years and has two children. 

Life may seem overwhelming, as if you are alone and no one understands you. Maybe you have an issue with someone, but the thought of conflict makes you shut down and avoid the situation. Perhaps you are anxious or consumed with worry or afraid of disappointing others. I have worked with many patients who struggle to stay connected in relationships or effectively communicate with others. You could struggle with anger issues and use anger to defend and protect yourself from being hurt.

I have specialized training in Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychotherapy techniques to help, especially if you have a history of complex trauma. We first focus on building the therapy alliance, which I will describe in detail with you. I use an eclectic approach. You do the work, I support you and collaborate with you in your journey.

My role as a psychotherapist is not to fix you or advise you what to do. I am here to listen, become attuned to your experiences and ask you important questions. There is no room for judgement. I focus on creating a safe space for you to share your thoughts, feelings, and life experiences.

Jennifer Davis

Clinical Psychotherapist



  • All Medicaid’s

I use a strengths-based holistic approach. Together, we address your health, wellness, occupation, relationships, family life, mental health, and spirituality. I meet clients where they are and build on their strengths. I help clients learn better ways to manage their life through increasing their self-esteem, addressing negative thought patterns, managing emotions and using healthy coping skills. I specialize in working with people who have suffered from substance/alcohol abuse; sexual, physical, and emotional abuse; grief; divorce; depression; anxiety; trauma; and PTSD. I also have experience in working with children, adolescents and their families. I am passionate about what I do. I try to connect with my clients by really listening to them and hearing their needs.