tara costigan, m.A.
Tara Costigan, M. A. is currently a fourth-year PsyD student at the University of Indianapolis who provides individual therapy to adults. Her professional interests include, but are not limited to: depression, anxiety, OCD, substance use, interpersonal relationships, communication skills, diversity, self-esteem, and family dynamics.
Tara subscribes to a cognitive behavioral approach to therapy which helps clients identify thinking patterns, assumptions, and core beliefs developed from an early age. She has an understanding of how one’s core beliefs shape how we think, feel, and behave in the world. Further, Tara believes the therapeutic relationship to be the most salient in facilitating change, as it creates a safe space for clients to explore their experiences through an objective lens.
Outside of training, Tara enjoys spending time with her family, watching Marvel movies, building Legos, and exploring all Indiana has to offer.
Tara is supervised by Dr. Amanda McKinney and Dr. Katherine Bolsen for individual therapy.