Frequently Asked Questions
The following are a list of questions frequently asked about the therapeutic and advocacy services at Rosemeade Counseling. If you have any additional questions, please reach out to Kasey Wiggam by booking a free consult or by emailing email@example.com.
With whom do you work?
Rosemeade Counseling clients are typically women and individuals in the LGBTQ+ community in their late teens through adulthood that are struggling with anxiety, that "stuck" feeling, depression/mood disorders, sexual assault, trauma, religious trauma, and women's issues. Rosemeade Counseling also works with families to provide educational advocacy. This can range from questions about Individualized Education Plans (IEP's), non-special education behavioral/academic support, suspensions/expulsions, and many other educational topics you either want a second opinion on or want support talking to the school about. If you aren't sure if you fit this criteria, book a free consult and we can decide together if we are a good fit!
What therapy techniques will be used in my session?
An eclectic blend of therapy techniques will be used to best fit your specific needs. These may include Brainspotting, Interpersonal Relations Therapy (IRT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Based Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Relational Therapy, and Mindfulness Based techniques. We will work together to decide what techniques work best for your healing.
Can I pay using insurance?
To provide the best range of care to our clients, Rosemeade Counseling does not take insurance. You may be provided a “Superbill” upon request at the end of each month to submit to your insurance on your own. Not all out-of-network sessions are covered; it depends on the session duration and modality (virtual or in-person). See the “Pricing & Services” page for further info on prices and options to pay for therapy.
What information do I need to file my own insurance claim?
Ask your therapist for more information on how to submit a claim to your insurance for out-of-network reimbursement! Information commonly needed include:
- NPI for Kasey Wiggam: 1295493492
- NPI for Rosemeade Counseling: 1679289086
- Tax Identification for Rosemeade Counseling: 92-1775755
- The monthly Superbill provided by your therapist upon request
What is the cancellation policy?
One late cancellation (less than 48 hour's notice) or no-show is waived. Any following late cancels or no-shows incur a charge equal to the original session fee, charged to the card you have on file.
How long do counseling sessions last?
Rosemeade Counseling offers THREE session lengths! The most common is a standard 45-50 minute session. Another option is a 25 minute "mini" to accommodate the super-busy clients, people with shorter lunch breaks, and anyone who is ready to move down from 50 minutes but isn't quite ready to end therapy. Touch-ups are also a great option for any issues that arise between sessions. The longest session time offered is an 80 minute intensive for those who need a little more time than a typical session or want to bring in a spouse or family members for a joint session.
How do I prepare for a counseling session?
You are strongly encouraged to bring a list (or make a mental list) of the important or big subjects you want to dig into, share, or get feedback on. This can be anything that happens between sessions, stuff that has popped up from your past, things that weigh on you or you think about often, experiences or thoughts that have come up from homework, or things you have been working on in sessions. We put as much effort into your work as you do and encourage you to come prepared!
Will my session be in person or virtual?
Virtual AND in-person services are offered at this time. Virtual services are offered to all Indiana residents and in-person services are accessible to those located in Hamilton, Marion, and surrounding counties.
Do you use gender affirming and trauma informed care?
YES! Rosemeade Counseling is committed to serving every population and to advocating for the importance of gender affirming and trauma informed care to be used across all care settings. If you have any questions about how gender affirming and trauma informed practices are used, please reach out for a consultation!