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6350 Westhaven Drive, Suite F
Indianapolis, Indiana 46254
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Phone: 317-291-9388
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Email: Livinghope62@yahoo.com

Meet The Counselors


Brian Grant is an AAPC Diplomate Pastoral Counselor and an HSPP Psychologist in Indiana. He’s Emeritus Professor of Pastoral Theology and Psychotherapy at Christian Theological Seminary, and conducts a private practice in Nora. He directed the Counseling Center at CTS until 2009, when he retired from that position. He came to CTS in 1969, when he left a position as Instructor at the University of Chicago Divinity School. He functioned as Training Director in the NIMH-funded program in Continuing Education in Mental Health for Clergy at CTS until funding expired in 1977, when he became Acting Director, then Training Director of what was then the Indiana Counseling and Pastoral Care Center.

He continued in that position until he joined the CTS faculty in 1987. He’s a member of the Indiana Society for Psychoanalytic Thought, the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, and the International Society for Trauma and Dissociative Disorders. He was formerly licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist and certified as an Approved Supervisor by the American Association for Marital and Family Therapy. He has a deep professional interest in immigration issues, dissociation, and couples therapy.


Samuel Adeyanju , a licensed teacher in the State of Indiana, publisher and author, writer, journalist, and clergy, holds a Masters degree in Community Psychology, and is currently a doctoral student of General Psychology.

He is the Chief Executive Officer at Livinghope Consulting and Counseling, Inc., Indianapolis.


Dr. Davis received his doctorate in 1976. For the first 13 years of his professional career, he was a staff psychologist at Gallahue Mental Health Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, a division of Community Hospitals, Inc. During the last 7 years of employment there, he ran the Employee Assistance Program developed by Community and sold to several other companies. In his last 3 years, he also managed Gallahue’s north outpatient office. In 1998, he left Gallahue and joined several other psychologists at Professional Psychological Services, an association which he continues to this day. His private practice also included organizational consulting through two companies, Carver Governance Design and Bailey Associates. He helped organizations implement Quality Control principles, from line management to Board policies.

In 1997, he returned to the world of community mental health, this time with BehaviorCorp, serving the north side of Marion County as well as Boone and Hamilton Counties. In 1998, he was appointed Director of all outpatient services, a position he continued, until BehaviorCorp merged with the Center for Mental Health in Madison County, to form ASPIRE Indiana. He continued to manage outpatient counseling services at ASPIRE, until his retirement from community mental health in 2011.

Since his retirement, he has continued part time private practice at Professional Psychological Services. In recent years he has served on the boards of the Indiana Psychological Association and Hamilton County Corrections. He specializes in individual and couples counseling, he has done several custody/parenting evaluations, and he is certified as a therapist for the Indiana Sex Offenders Monitoring and Management Program.