The Help Center
Do you accept insurance?
We accept Medicaid Fee for Service Insurance. For all other plans, we are considered an out of network provider. This allows us to use specialized treatments and does not limit our number of visits. We are happy to send you a virtual receipt for services that you can send to your insurance company for possible application to your deductible, although this is not guaranteed.
How long are sessions?
Sessions are 45 minutes with 5 minutes at the end for patient/caregiver questions and answers for a total of 50 minutes.
Parent phone check-ins are free for the first 15 minutes, and additional time must be scheduled in advance and will be billed at the regular treatment time rate.
What does a session look like?
This is completely dependent on the needs of the individual. We have training in multiple therapies that allow us to cater to the exact needs of the client. We use: craniosacral therapy, myofascial release, primitive reflex integration, sensory integration, mindfulness, polyvagal theory, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and much more.
How do I schedule a session?
All sessions are scheduled through our patient portal. Access it here:
After an accident in my teens, I experienced first hand the limitations of the traditional medical and therapeutic model. Not only did this accident leave me physically injured, but also mentally and emotionally traumatized. After traditional therapy and doctors exhausted their limited options, they recommended a surgery that would have ultimately prevented me from having children and participating in my life fully. I took my healing into my own hands. That is where I discovered many of the healing modalities that I use with my clients today including craniosacral therapy, myofascial release, somatic therapy, and more. We understand, first-hand, the mind-body-spirit connection, and honor that in working with all of our clients, young and old.
Commonly Addressed Concerns
Mental Health Concerns
Nervous System Dysregulation
Sensory Processing Disorder
Spinal Cord Injury
Trouble in School
*Concerns with no formal diagnosis*