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Brooke Randolph

Brooke Randolph

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

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A private practice therapist in Indianapolis, Brooke encourages, equips, and empowers parents and individuals to make changes that strengthen their lives, their careers, and their families. She believes physical health and emotional health are interconnected. Brooke stays in shape by walking, lifting, and biking with her family, and she spends much of her free time cooking for her family.

Recent Posts

Running for Her Life: One Woman’s Escape from Human Trafficking Made Her a Runner and Survivor

19 November 2014, 4:40 pm

Megan grew up in what some might consider an idealistic environment. They were a seemingly typical middle-class, Caucasian family; mom stayed home with her and her sister, and dad made it to all of her soccer games. Megan was first chair violin and graduated from high school as part of the National Honor Society. Her […]

Rise Offers Affordable Personalized Nutrition Coaching Through your iPhone

5 November 2014, 4:03 pm

Would you like to have a nutrition coach cheering you on toward your chosen goals with you all the time? As a busy professional and mom to an active kid, fitting in one more appointment — even social activities — isn’t very easy. I welcomed the opportunity to review the app 1:1 Nutrition Coaching by […]

Dumpster Diving for Dinner: A Mission to Save $165 Billion Worth of Edible Food

3 November 2014, 11:00 am

Why would the owner of a marketing company be dumpster diving for food? You could find Rob Greenfield behind your local grocery with his bike propped against the dumpster while he looks for food. He has now completed two rides across America eating primarily from dumpsters. This isn’t a case of extreme cheapskates; Rob’s goal […]

Calf Liposuction Sought by Women to Fit in Fall Boots

13 October 2014, 10:55 am

“I have five pairs of boots in my closet I can’t wear. I get them out as workout motivation. I really miss wearing them. I have to say, it is one of the more depressing parts about being a plus size girl. I have one pair of wide calf boots. They work, but the others […]

I Survived a 21-Day Sugar Detox, and So Should You!

26 February 2014, 12:51 pm

Around the holidays I found myself suffering from a cold. Since going gluten-free and dairy-free, it’s an anomaly for me to need an anti-histamine or decongestant. Knowing how sugar impacts the immune system, I assumed one of the culprits must be the holiday sweets I was consuming, even though it was in moderation. When I […]

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