Annella Petkovich-Dixon is a Christian licensed mental health counselor who has been practicing for over 25 years working with all ages, from school children and most recently older adults in private practice. Annella works primarily with adults who are struggling with isolation and loneliness, depression and anxiety, changes in life such as retirement or bereavement, or physical illness such as recovery from stroke or heart attack. She understands that depression is a common mental health problem, it can be difficult to manage alone, and believes everyone needs someone to talk with. Annella values an individual’s right to self-determination and is a supportive, experienced, and direct-communicating therapist. She serves her clients through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Client-Centered and Solution-Focused Therapies. Annella earned her BA degree from Ball State University and M.Ed. from Bowling Green State University. In her personal time, Annella enjoys fixing things, building pallets, singing tenor at Church, riding her bike on the trails, ASL interpreting for the deaf, and is an avid golfer.