Lora Klompmaker, LCSW - Indiana Therapist at Grow Therapy

Lora Klompmaker

Lora Klompmaker

7 years of experience
17640 Morse Str...

Hi! I am Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) based in Northwest Indiana. I have 7 years of experience helping clients recover from grief and loss, loneliness, guilt, anxiety depression, unhealthy relationships or substance use. I believe with guidance, support and proper resources, clients can overcome their struggles, recover and get their life back. I enjoy watching my clients succeed and overcome challenges.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

Our first session is a get to know you session, my new client can expect introductions and questions about what the client wants from therapy and what their goals are for treatment, what do they hope to accomplish? What can I assist them with? Then I can build a plan to help them move forward.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

I feel my strengths are that clients can tell I really care, I am a good listener. I am honest and up front with my clients when they need to hear the truth, but in a kind, gentle manner. As a social worker, I am very resourceful and look for ways to help clients find additional help.

About Lora Klompmaker

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17640 Morse Street, Lowell, IN, USA


Free consults, virtual & in-person

My treatment methods

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

When clients struggle with depression, guilt, anxiety or self esteem, I often use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help clients identify and address negative thinking patterns. Learning how to combat negative thoughts can help clients improve their self esteem, discover who they are and become their best self.

Grief Therapy

As humans, we grieve many different life events in addition to the death of a loved one. I have helped clients process the emotions of many different types of grief including: losing a loved one, divorce, loss of a career, lifestyle or long term relationship. I have supported many clients by walking beside them through the stages of grief and loss.


I find strength-based therapy useful in supporting all of my clients. I believe everyone can benefit from not only learning their strengths, but also how to use them when life gets hard. Clients who struggle with unhealthy relationships, depression, anxiety or substance use often lose sight of who they are and the natural talents or gifts they have been given. I guide my clients in discovering their own worth and life purpose.