Gina Bradburn, M.A.

Gina is a Licensed Social Worker who earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from Indiana Wesleyan University and Bachelor’s from Ball State University. Gina also has her certification as a Yoga instructor and recently achieved certification to provide Trauma-informed Yoga. Empathetic, genuine, and curious, she actively listens and observes to understand each individual’s needs and in collaboration with them, affect positive changes holistically. She feels it is an honor and privilege to serve and help others live their best lives. Gina’s areas of interest include PTSD and trauma-informed therapies, grief/loss, anxiety, depression, interpersonal relations, mood disorders, substance misuse, life adjustments, and women’s issues. Gina often utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy. Gina enjoys traveling and making memories with her two children – her greatest achievement, extended family, dear friends, and husband of 25 years. Gina is a grateful Leukemia “surthrivor” (thriving survivor) and as such, she especially values self-care and mindfulness practices. She believes that grace, grit, and a good sense of humor go a long way in navigating this beautifully imperfect and challenging thing called life.

PTSD and Trauma-informed therapies, Grief, Anxiety, Depression, Interpersonal Relations, Substance Abuse Disorders, Life Adjustments and Women’s issues.

With genuine, nurturing warmth and ease, Gina creates a safe space for client connections, sharing, and experiencing the healing of heart and mind.

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
  • Motivational Enhancement Therapy
  • Solution-Focused Therapy
  • Interpersonal Psychotherapy
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Attachment Therapy
  • Master of Social Work – Indiana Wesleyan University
  • Bachelor of Science – Ball State University, 1993
  • Still Waters Professional Counseling, Advanced Field Practicum, 
  • Meridian Health Services, Addiction & Recovery Center, MSW student, Field Practicum.
  • American Red Cross, Disaster Relief and Armed Forces Emergency Services