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Hsiu-Ying Ransburg, MSW, LCSW, LCAC is a licensed behavioral health therapist with a private practice in Indianapolis, Carmel, and Fisher Indiana.  She provides treatment, consultation, coaching, training, and clinical supervision.   Her practice includes the treatment for anxiety, selective mutism, depression, shyness, traumas, disruptive behaviors, and school refusal.  She is a mother of a child who has successfully overcome selective mutism.  She is the International and Indiana state coordinator for selective mutism. She speaks both English and Chinese. 

Hsiu-Ying Ransburg, MSW, LCSW, LCAC received her master degree of social work with the concentration on mental health treatment from Indiana University in 1997.  She completed her internship trainings at Riley Children’s Hospital and Adult and Child Mental Health Center, concentrating on child and adolescent mental health. 

After her graduation, she had worked at Adult and Child Mental Health Center, St. Elisabeth Home for pregnancy and adoption services, and Eskenazi Midtown Mental Health Center in the past 21 years.  She was employed by Eskenazi Midtown Mental Health Center for 17 years, providing outpatient mental health treatment to children, adolescents, adults, and their families. 

Hsiu-Ying was employed as a clinical supervisor during her last 6 years of employment with Eskenazi Midtown Mental Health Center, providing clinical supervision and trainings to licensed behavioral health clinicians in Eskenazi health pediatric, teen, and adult medicine clinics.  She was also responsible for the clinical operation of integrated behavioral health in Eskenazi health centers.  She has been a strong advocate for promoting preventive care and early interventions for mental health issues and mind-body integration whole person care.  

Over the last 10 years, Hsiu-Ying has been dedicated to finding the cure for selective mutism which was rarely recognized and treated effectively among children and adolescents.  Children lived in silence for years in school. Many of them were misdiagnosed with autism or oppositional defiant disorder and were labeled as “refusal to speak.” She researched, studied, and consulted with national experts in treating selective mutism.  Not only her child has successfully overcome selective mutism but also many of her clients who suffer in silence have confidently spoken with others in school and community and have successfully overcome their selective mutism.

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