In establishing a therapy relationship there are many factors to consider. Prior to scheduling an appointment, we will spend a few minutes in an initial phone contact to determine the next steps. This ensures, as much as possible, that you get directed to the best resource for your situation. Factors such as scheduling, the particulars of the situation needing addressed, and payment options are important considerations in moving forward with therapy.

At this time my schedule is particularly full. Preference will be given to clients that require specialized treatment that can be difficult to find. These include: children 2-7 who have experienced a trauma, loss or pending loss, who have a chronic medical condition, who have a terminal illness themselves or in the family, and to adults who specifically want to use SandTray, play and other expressive therapies. 

To find out more about availability or specific services, please call 812-323-8230 or use the contact page to email.

 Insurance

Heather Maritano, LCSW, RPT-S is an in-network provider for Anthem BC/BS, SIHO, United Behavioral Health, Solutions EAP, and  IU Health Insurance. We will directly bill these companies for services on your behalf.  Other insurances may cover services, we are happy to provide you with receipts so that you can pursue reimbursement on your own.

Rates and allowed services vary by insurance contract. It is your responsibility to know the limits of your policy and the amount of payment you are responsible for at each session. Your co-pay and deductible amounts are due at the time of service. If you change insurance, your coverage may likewise change which could mean treatment is no longer covered.

If you are using insurance, please contact your carrier to make sure you understand the details of your mental health coverage and provide a copy of your insurance card at your first appointment.

You should be aware that insurance companies require me to provide them with a clinical diagnosis that remains in your insurance record permanently. In addition, your insurance company may request that your records be released to them for review, and they may deny services that you wish to receive.