Getting started is as simple as sending me a note or giving me a call at (260) 255-4347. Click the button below to access the form if you prefer to go that route. Let me know your name and, very briefly, what is bringing you to therapy. Your message can be as long or as short as you’d like. I will get back to you as soon as possible with some potential dates and times.

I will touch base with you about insurance or payment, to make sure we can get off the ground smoothly. I will also do my best to answer any questions you may have about therapy, about what your first appointment will be like, about insurance/payment options, or about anything else you may want to know to make your therapeutic experience comfortable.

Before contacting to schedule, please take a look at the Rates and Insurance information below. Feel free to contact me via email with any questions or concerns. I look forward to hearing from you.

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$115 for a 50 minute therapy appointment.
$150 for your 1 hour initial intake assessment.

I currently accept insurance plans with PHP and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. I also welcome self-pay clients for those who do not have or do not wish to utilize insurance. I can offer a sliding scale fee option based on income and need. Please feel free to ask for more information about this option.


I accept cash, check, and all major credit cards.


Depending on your insurance coverage, outpatient mental health services may be covered in full, in part, or may be entirely out of pocket. You may need to contact your insurance provider to know for sure.

Currently, I accept the following insurance plans:

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield

If you work with another insurance provider, I am willing to provide you with a receipt for services that could be covered as an out-of-network provider or by an HSA account. However, if these do not cover costs of service, you would be responsible to pay for any services received. Often, contacting your insurance company will let you know if this is a viable option for you prior to being seen.

Here are some questions you may want to ask your insurance company if you’re unsure of what outpatient mental health benefits are available to you:

Does my insurance cover outpatient mental health benefits?
Do I have a copay and if so, what is it for outpatient mental health services?
Do I have a deductible that I have to meet first?

By contacting your insurance company and asking these brief questions, unnecessary and unexpected charges can be avoided.


I strongly prefer 24 hours notice for cancellations. If an appointment is missed or cancelled with less than 24 hours notice, you may be charged up to the full cost of the appointment. However, therapy is meant to be a safe, positive place for you. I understand that life happens. We will work together to make sure common grace and courtesy are experienced by both parties.