About 2019-08-30T11:23:09-05:00

Kathy Slaughter, LCSW

Kathy Slaughter helps thoughtful, self-aware people struggling with connecting to others learn they have the right to pleasure, agency and love, so they can enjoy sincere and fulfilling relationships with themselves and others.  She is a life-long student who pursues the craft of psychotherapy where she specializes in human sexuality, relationships and trauma at her private practice in Broad Ripple. Her passion for personal growth and self-development is matched only by her interest in teaching others, through one to one interactions, workshops or events.

With a Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan, including a certificate in Women’s Studies, and a BA in Philosophy, Kathy’s passion for personal growth and self-development is matched only by her interest in teaching others.  She is a licensed LCSW.

Kathy also enjoys outdoor art festivals, practicing yoga, weight lifting, and knitting.


Hannah Harris, LSW

Hannah Harris is a psychotherapist with Soaring Heart Counseling in Broad Ripple. She earned her Master’s of Social Work from the IU School of Social Work. Her focus is helping others with a variety of life circumstances: those seeking a richer, more fulfilling relationship or sex life, those dealing with addiction, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), depression, trauma, or those looking to discover more about themselves as individuals.

Hannah loves people of all backgrounds. Her work is affirming of people of color, LGBTQIA individuals, those in non-traditional relationships (such as non-monogamous or kink-related), and individuals of every faith.

Hannah is passionate about social justice, and is always interested in new ways to bring greater equity to the world around her. She seeks to improve the day of everyone she meets.


Mary-Margaret Sweeney, LSW, RYT

Mary-Margaret believes education can change the world. This is the ethos through which she approaches her work as a yoga teacher, writer, sex educator, non-profit consultant, and therapist. Engaging with her as a therapy client will get you a little bit of all of these pursuits. Mary-Margaret journeys alongside clients (individuals and couples) as they work toward living their fullest, best life possible.

Mary-Margaret earned her Master of Social Work at Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work. Her clinical and advocacy work focuses on the intersection of physical and mental health, cross- cultural sex education with refugees and immigrants, LGBTQIA+ youth and adults, adults raised in sex negative environments looking to create a sex positive adulthood, and people negotiating or considering a major life transition. Her practice is informed by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) practices, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, and Gottman couples work. She is currently working toward a graduate certificate in Sex Therapy at University of Michigan, and pursuing certification with the American Academy of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT).