Melissa Sillaman, MA, LPCC

Outpatient Therapist
Lindner Center of HOPE

Melissa serves as an outpatient therapist with Lindner Center of HOPE, focusing her work on individual therapy. She worked on LCOH’s residential facility for six years teaching both psychoeducational classes and completed individual work with residents, with emphasis on Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy and maladaptive overcontrolled behavior. From there, she transitioned to outpatient where she continues her work with RO-DBT and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She enjoys working with a variety of ages and feels especially passionate towards young adults.

Prior to coming to Lindner Center of Hope, Melissa worked in an Indianapolis school providing school-based therapy to elementary and middle school aged children. She also provided developmental information and skills to mothers of newborn babies.

Melissa received her Bachelor of Arts from Butler University, majoring in sociology, minoring in Spanish. She continued her education at Covenant Theological Seminary, receiving her Master of Arts in Counseling. She enjoys incorporating her knowledge of sociology and spirituality when helping her patients navigate their stories