Meet the Team
Dr. Lois Pilipis, PhD, HSPP
Dr. Lois Pilipis provides therapy and forensic evaluations to individuals and families of all ages. Her practice style is collaborative, as she facilitates communication and coordination of care among clients and other professionals (i.e., physicians, school personnel).
Dr. Pilipis is a trained custody evaluator and parenting coordinator, and is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts as well as the American Psychological Association. She follows both AFCC and APA guidelines in her court-related work. She strives to provide careful, unbiased assessments when in an evaluator role, as she recognizes that court-related assessments often involve high stakes decisions regarding custody, parenting time, and educational resources to name a few.
Dr. Pilipis has specific training and experience in providing Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), one of the most commonly used, evidence-based treatments for Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). In her therapeutic work, she specializes in the treatment of BPD and incorporates DBT methods into individual therapy.
Dr. Michael Gray, PHD, HSPP
Dr. Michael Gray is a licensed clinical psychologist with an endorsement as a health service provider in psychology (HSPP). He is also a member of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Gray completed his graduate training at Miami University in Oxford, OH. After finishing his doctoral internship at Butler University in 2007, he has been a mental health provider in the greater Indianapolis area for the past decade.
Throughout his career, Michael has worked in a variety of settings including a community mental health center, a university counseling center, a school-based mental health program, and multiple forensic settings. Working in these diverse settings has helped Michael develop the skills to treat a wide range of issues faced by clients. He is particularly passionate about helping adolescents, adults, and families who struggle with depression, phobias/anxiety disorders, trauma, substance abuse, and interpersonal difficulties.
Michael is primarily available for counseling services. He works from an integrative perspective, drawing upon multiple evidenced-based practices to help provide his clients with the best care possible. He will collaborate with you and your family to develop a unique plan of care that builds upon your strengths.