Rob Danzman

Rob Danzman

Counselor/Therapist, MS, NCC, LPC, LMHC
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Fonthill Behavioral Health
221 E Kirkwood Ave
Bloomington , IN, USA 47408

Treatment Offered

Therapy Orientation:
Forensic Psychology, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Relational Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Family Systems Therapy, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), EMDR, Coaching, Humanistic, Existential, Family/Marital Therapy, Gestalt, Psychological Testing, Interpersonal
Age Focus:
Teenagers, Adults
Anger Management, Child or Adolescent Issues, Divorce, Compulsive Disorders, Other, Domestic Abuse or Domestic Violence, Anxiety or Fears, ADHD, Finding Your Purpose in Life, Gay Lesbian Issues, Child Assessments, Psychological Testing & Evaluation, Parenting, Thinking Disorders, Addiction or Substance Abuse, Mood Disorders, Loss or Grief, Dissociative Disorders, EMDR, Testing/Assessment, Autism, Trauma and PTSD, Personality Disorders, Impulse Control Disorders, Relationship Issues, Women, Eating Disorders, Depression
Treatment Modality:
Couples, Individuals, Families, Groups
Any Ethnicity
Sexual Orientation:
Any Orientation
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About My Work
“Founder and Clinical Director of Fonthill Behavioral Health serving individuals and families.

Research into Behavioral, Psychological and Substance Abuse Issues impacting Affluent Clients.

Consult with judges, attorneys, parent coordinators and MH/SA professionals.

Trusted expert source for Therapeutic Programs, Schools and Wilderness Programs throughout the United States.

Training in Trauma-Focused CBT, CBT, DBT, Educational Consulting, Wraparound, and Clinical Case Management.”
My Story
“Rob Danzman is owner of Fonthill Behavioral Health which specializes in Counseling, Assessment, Case Management, Therapeutic Boarding School/Residential Treatment advice and Parent Education.

Fonthill Behavioral Health understands the unique obstacles of complicated family systems. We organize and facilitate team meetings, provide therapeutic transport to and from placement, vet and offer recommendations for residential treatment, complete applications and forms and develop comprehensive aftercare planning.

Rob Danzman has over 15 years of mental, behavioral and substance abuse experience working in inpatient, outpatient and community-based settings.”
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Years in Practice: 15+ Years
Graduated from: Western Carolina University
Other Credentials: Certificate, National Board of Certified Counselors, Nationally Certified Counslor, 2008

Remote Therapy

Phone Counseling: Yes
Online Counseling: Yes
Technologies: Skype
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Cost & Payment Modalities

Insurances accepted: Out of Network
Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Online Payments accepted: Yes

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Rob Danzman's Most Recent Activity on Choose Help

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    Q & A Reply: 02:54 - Aug 30, 2015 Heading Towards the Cliff

    We are elderly parents of mentally ill alcoholic 30 yr old son. We are the social security disability payee and pay his rent, bills, etc. He has been in many, many treatment programs to no avail. He is constantly picked up by police drunk in ...

  • 2
    Q & A Reply: 06:55 - Aug 30, 2014 Guilt About Bulimia

    Is it weird to feel very guilty about bulimia. When my mom gives me dieting advice I feel so horrible and guilty I want to scream but I don’t say anything.

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    Q & A Reply: 09:53 - Jun 26, 2014 Ex-Wife's Alcoholic Friend

    Hello, My ex has allowed a childhood friend who is an active alcoholic to move in to her house with my 15 yr old daughter. the story is that she has sold her house and needs a "temporary" place to live while looking for a new one. My ex has good ...

  • 4
    Q & A Reply: 12:25 - Apr 08, 2014 Enabled

    I don't know how to get my parents from enabling my younger sister. She is 50 and finally relocated to my parents hometown. She has been unemployed for about 5 years now and is an alcoholic who still drinks because she thinks she can.She has been ...

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    Q & A Reply: 09:56 - Mar 13, 2014 Teens Know Everything

    My son is a regular user of marijuana. He is a junior in high school and duel enrolled into our community college and doing very well. He has a part time job, is active in our churches youth group, and in boy scouts. He doesn't see anything ...

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    Q & A Reply: 09:00 - Jan 30, 2014 Career V. Kids Safety?

    My children are 10 and 12 and neither has ever gotten into any trouble. I am a geologist and I am considering a career relocation that would put us into an area which has a major drug situation with meth and with oxycontin and other prescription ...

  • 7
    Q & A Reply: 09:13 - Jan 08, 2014 Early Entrepreneur?

    My 15 year old son has way too much money and I can’t figure out where he is getting it from. He always has a story about how his ‘friends bought him this or that or how his friend gave him an old ipad mini or how he bought a scratch off and won ...

  • 8
    Q & A Reply: 10:36 - Dec 29, 2013 Anorexia and a Best Friend

    If my friend always thinks she is fat and needs to lose weight when she is very skinny already does this mean that she had anorexia? How long does it take to get anorexia after you start dieting? This is my best friend and she has been dieting since ...

  • 9
    Q & A Reply: 12:49 - Nov 24, 2013 Disclosure Dilemna

    I am visiting my grandson next week and when I see him (he is 5) he will ask w here is my daddy? Daddy is on 2nd gambling binge. His first binge ended in a suicide attempt and he spent 2 weeks in mental ward. He came home and 3 days later he took ...

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    Q & A Reply: 11:13 - Nov 08, 2013 Manipulative Mother (...In-Law)

    My mother in law is a recovering alcoholic. I think she and my husband have a very dysfunctional relationship. Whenever she wants him to do anything she uses her recovery as a way to get him to do what she wants. He is so used to being the caregiver ...

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