About Janice Gabe
Janice Gabe, LCSW, LCAC, Founder and president of New Perspectives of Indiana, is a nationally recognized adolescent and young adult therapist who specializes in the treatment of clinically complex clients. Janice has thirty years of clinical experience and has been instrumental in assisting in the development of clinical programs across the country. Janice is a highly respected public speaker and has provided training and consultation in over 40 states.
Janice is the author of several books including A Professional Guide to Dual Disorders, Classrooms Under the Influence: Making the Grade, Cultures of Change, Recovery and Relapse Prevention for Addicted and Dually Diagnosed Teens, Value Based Consequences, and Confident Parenting in a Complex World. Janice has also written two workbooks for Hazeldon, Co-occuring Disorder Series: Substance Use and Anxiety Disorders, and Substance Use and Mood Disorders.
Janice founded New Perspectives in 1988 after holding key clinical positions for several years in a variety of treatment settings, and has developed it into a comprehensive outpatient practice for children, adolescents, young adults, adults, and their families. She strives to maintain New Perspectives as a practice that provides the highest quality of clinical care, utilizing the best practices in innovative and creative ways.
Most importantly, through New Perspectives, Janice seeks to create a positive environment of help, healing and change that is respectful , responsive, and welcoming to all individuals seeking help.
Janice presents training for mental health professionals, parents, schools and treatment facilities.
Janice specializes with teens and young adults, co-occuring addiction, mental health issues, anxiety, mood disorders, OCD, oppositional defiance disorder, grief, ADHD, LGBTQ, eating disorders.
Janice has been recognized by the Indianapolis Monthly magazine as one of the top therapists in Indianapolis.