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I provide therapy and guidance for:

• Children from age 5: 

   Child Centered Play Therapy

   Directive and Non-Directive Approaches

• Parents:

Teamwork in developing strategies for parenting to work towards positive parenting approach for a peaceful home.

• Teenagers up to age 18:  
   Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT),

   Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT),

   Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT),

   Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT)


• Divorced and divorcing parents and

   their children.

What are the benefits of Play Therapy?

Play therapy benefits the child in a variety of ways such as: 

• Encouraging creativity 
• Promoting healing from traumatic events
• Facilitating the expression of emotions
• Encouraging the development of positive decision-making skills
• Introducing new ways of thinking and behaving
• Learning problem-solving skills
• Developing better social skills
• Facilitating the communication of personal problems or concerns.

Working with me, children improve their expressive skills while parents learn how to communicate effectively with their children.


Services offered

Child and Family Therapy

Play Therapy

Foster/Adoptive parent support

Co-Parenting Support

Parent Consultation and Parent Coaching/Education

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Investing in Your and Your Family’s Mental Health and Wellbeing

Therapy and Intake Sessions:

Intake Session: $185

Therapy: 50 minutes $145

Coparenting sessions:


50 minutes $145

Parent consults:


50 minutes $145



Missed Appointments and Cancellation Policy: 

Clients are expected to provide a 24-hour notice if they need to cancel; otherwise, they will be charged $75 for no-shows or short notice cancellation. Communication is key!


Insurance Information:

Foggy Morning Therapy Services, is an out-of-network provider. If you would like reimbursement for the cost of your services, the first step is to call your insurance company to inquire about your mental health coverage for out-of-network providers. You may be eligible for partial or full reimbursement. I can provide you with a superbill upon request to assist in this process.

If you need guidance submitting a receipt (also known as a superbill) to your insurance, we would be glad to walk you through the initial steps.


Points of Note:

  • Insurance does not cover the cost of co-parenting sessions, parent coaching sessions, or court costs. 

  • If you have a high deductible insurance plan, you will be paying for services out of pocket even through an in-network provider.

  • Before your claim will be covered, insurance companies require that you or your child be given a "mental health diagnosis", that may remain on your or your child’s medical record indefinitely. There have been occasions when a clinical diagnosis to your insurance has resulted in clients facing obstacles in obtaining life, medical or disability insurance.

  • The insurance company may be able to obtain access to sensitive information shared (i.e. sexual history and drug use). If confidentiality is important to you, it may be compromised by using your insurance.     

  • The insurance company has control over how often, how long, and even IF you may see a (particular) therapist, independent of using your insurance benefits. Additionally, they may question the validity of your or your child’s mental health needs. 

  • Out-of-network benefits help alleviate some of these points and can provide additional protections.


In Person

Sessions are in person in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Payment Method

I accept Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card and HSA Cards (health savings account) as payment method.


Online sessions are available only for adult clients and parents.


The frequency of the sessions and the duration of the treatment will be determined during the assessment phase with parental input. 

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