The following is the ATS Wellness and Therapy FAQ – frequently asked questions concerning my practice. If you have additional questions or concerns dial the office at 317-820-3600. Or send us a message here.
When are appointment times available?
Appointment times are available from:
- Noon to 8pm Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
- 9am to 7pm Tuesday and Friday
- 9am to 5pm on Saturday
How can I make an appointment?
Making an appointment is easy! You can call our office at any time during business hours. Anita, our practice administrator, will be happy to schedule you. Our number is 317-820-3600.
How long will it take to be seen?
No time at all! I typically schedule new clients for a first appointment within 48 hours of the call.
What if I’m not sure you are the right person for me to see?
No problem! Lets meet and find out. I believe that picking a therapist is an important decision and not every therapist is right for every person. I look forward to talking to you and determining if we are a fit.
I’m worried about being able to afford it. What does it cost?
First, check with your medical insurance provider. I accept a wide variety of private insurance plans, which means your insurance will work! Co-pays typically run from $20-35 per session. I do not accept Medicaid or HIP coverage.
If I use my insurance, will other people find out I’m in therapy?
Yes and no. Insurance companies will request a diagnosis code before they will pay for services. This code is kept confidential and not shared with others.
What about privacy?
Your privacy matters. I use a state-of-the-art, cloud-based electronic medical record software to record all client data, including demographics. Email is not a secure for communication of medical records. For non-medical records such as appointment times and confirmations feel free to contact me via email or text.
Your information will not be shared outside of our practice without your permission. The only exception to this rule are: if you threaten your own life or the life of someone else or if you report the abuse or neglect of a child or adult with disabilities.