Acknowledge, learn, grow, nurture, and celebrate the challenges in your life in a safe and supported space.

Where do I start?

Our goal is to get you the care & support you need that is best suited for where you are in life whether that means working with us or someone else.

Choosing the right therapist can be overwhelming and a difficult process. Typically, it’s dependent on your personal preferences, but we are here to help you with that. To make it a little more simple, break it down into a few steps toward seeking support.


Look inward and ask yourself what kind of support am I looking for? What am I struggling with? What would be the best approach for me? 

Create a list

Make a list by asking for referrals, and close friends, or complete a search with your insurance provider or an online directory like Psychology Today. Search and narrow down who you are interested in.

Reach out

Call and contact the therapists or agency and consider asking some quick questions about your personal preferences. 

Make a choice

Choose who you think is best and schedule after you receive further information. Ensure you have the flexibility in your schedule to maintain consistency and comfort. 

Prep for appointment

You got to the point and are making a big leap towards improving your mental health. For your first appointment consider things that you need to complete with your mental health provider like paperwork.

Our Specializations

Finding a therapy practice that specializes in what you need is always a good idea. For us, working with children, families, individuals, and adults has been rewarding in being able to provide quality care and support. We are motivated to wake up daily towards helping others achieve personal goals and growth in their mental health. 

Our mission is to fight against the silence and shame of mental health and by helping others to discover and strengthen their inner voice by seeking a licensed professional to support them. 

Your questions, answered.

Yes! We provide an initial free 30-minute consultation. After that, we bill in 10-minute increments. 

Our office is located at 14074 Trade Center Drive, Suite 137, Fishers, IN, 46038. We are located on the first floor.

We do not accept insurance. We accept all major credit cards, cash, flexible savings account (FSA), and health savings accounts (HSA) as payment. We are happy to provide a superbill and documentation for out-of-network claims upon request. By not billing insurance allows for more confidentiality and provides you with a higher level of service and quality.

$175 for a 60-minute evaluation and therapy sessions. Rates are adjustable in ten minute increments, 70-minute $200.00, 80-minute $225.00 sessions. Therapy sessions and fees will be reevaluated annually for market adjustment.

The frequency varies from person to person, but we will support you with determining your personalized needs and goals. Typically a session lasts for 60 minutes for $175.00. Session increments are built in ten-minute increments depending on your needs. 

Once the appointment is scheduled, you will be expected to pay for it unless you provide at least 24 hours notice. Any late cancellations are required to pay 50% of the fee. 

Before your first session, it’s critical towards being open-minded and honest for your therapist to help you improve your mental health and overall well-being.

Set realistic goals and expectations about your journey. The steps you are taking towards healing and improving your mental health take time. Your therapist is there to support you along your journey, understand you, and help you achieve growth and instill hope. Allow yourself time before and after sessions to prepare for stress such as traffic, finding the office, or planning other activities around your schedule.

Lastly, be proud of yourself for seeking help. Mental health has long been a stigma, but no matter where you are we want you to know we are celebrating with you. You are exercising the mind today and by talking about your mental health you are helping fight against the stigma!