Jenna Cacciola

Jenna Cacciola, PsyD, HSPP (she/her/hers)

  • Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Indiana (20042912A)
  • Services: Comprehensive psychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults (ages four through adulthood) who suspect that they are Autistic, AuDHD, or ADHD persons, have trauma histories, experience learning differences, anxiety, depressive, mood, or interpersonal concerns, psychosis, and/or who have a history of substance use behaviors.
    • I am self-pay and not paneled with insurance companies. The range for completion of a comprehensive evaluation is between $1900 to $2500. I provide this range, and ask individuals/families to consider paying an amount that is financially accessible and that is commensurate with their level of financial capacity/privilege. I invite individuals/families to choose the total fee they pay within each associated fee level. Please visit my website for more details regarding fees.
    • I can provide a superbill upon request for individuals to submit for possible Out of Network Coverage (OON) reimbursement. I cannot guarantee OON reimbursement. Please check with your insurance carrier to determine whether you have OON benefits, and what OON benefit policies are.
  • Jenna’s message: My hope is that throughout the evaluation process, individuals will feel empowered to (re)claim their/their family’s narrative, recognize and cultivate their innate strengths, abilities, wisdom, and gifts, and remember that they have what it takes to heal and live in alignment with what feels best and most helpful to them so that they can thrive. I hope folx find their unique path to gaining self-knowledge, healing to bring about growth and the change(s) they envision, deepening compassion and courage toward themselves, and feel more confident letting others know what they need and more connected to their life’s purpose. These paths/changes come in many forms and look different for everyone. I hope that I can be a partner in supporting folx’s journey to gain self-knowledge and to move toward authenticity and joy. Please feel invited to bring me what you need and we can carry it together.
    • I strive to practice cultural humility in my work, and to create a safe space that warmly supports those who are LGBTQIA2S+, BIPOC, and neurodivergent. I operate from a stance of inclusion and honor the dignity, identities, and self-determination of the people with whom I have the great joy and privilege to work. This includes, but is not limited to, a stance of anti-racism, anti-bigotry, and anti-oppression, and body positivity and acceptance.
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  • Phone Number: 317-886-7312
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  • Office Address: 5162 E. Stop 11 Road, Suite 1, Indianapolis, IN 46237
Diana Kafoure

Diana Kafoure, LMHCA (She/Her/Hers)

  • Licensure:  Indiana LMHCA License #99111306A
  • Services: NT & ND Individuals, Couples, AANE Certified ND Couples therapist, LGBTQIA+, & teletherapy only. Anthem insurance or pre-licensed self-pay rates.
  • Diana’s message: Diana participates in a panel of psychologists and therapists that specializes in working with neurodivergence clients, and another panel of psychologists and therapists that specializes in working with the LGBTQIA+ community.
  • Practice: Indy Counseling Professionals
  • Phone: 317-207-6095
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Brooke Garren, LCSW (she/her)

  • Illinois and Indiana Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Services: child and adult individual and group therapy, adult and individual coaching, DIR/Floortime Therapy
  • Brooke’s message: Brooke (she, her, hers) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker committed to treating individuals, couples and families navigating neurological differences. Her clinical interests lie in aiding neurodivergents to understand themselves, hone their differences, and in teaching families how to support their neurodivergent loved ones in an affirming way. She also focuses on addressing trauma, sensory integration issues, perfectionism, and self-esteem/self-acceptance.
    • Brooke uses a person-centered, strength-based approach in working with clients and the relationships they have in their lives. Brooke believes the dominant approach to ND care in schools and therapeutic approaches are at odds with neurodivergent affirming care and fails to understand the complexity of the individual and their unique differences. To mitigate this, Brooke uses an integrative model of change, highlighting the strengths of different theories to fit the clients’ identified needs.
    • Brooke is both a nurturing and direct therapist, displaying patience with the process of treatment and providing a safe and secure relationship with which clients can process their vulnerabilities. With a client’s aspirations in mind, she holds him or her accountable for the change they desire and moves with them on their path to achieving their goals.
    • Brooke received her bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She received her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. She has extensive training in neurodivergent therapy, crisis intervention, behavioral therapy, and trauma. Brooke is currently pursuing additional certifications DIR/Floortime and Autplay Therapy.
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Kassandra Lowery

Kassandra Lowery, PhD, HSPP (she/her/hers)

  • Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Indiana (20043448A/B)
  • Services Offered:
    • Comprehensive neuropsychological assessments for individuals from birth throughout their lifespan whom are seeking clarification as to whether they or their child may be neurodivergent (Autistic, ADHDer, AuDHDer, Dyslexic, etc.). She additionally provides evaluations for individuals who are medically complex, have sustained injuries (i.e., concussions/TBIs), demonstrate learning differences, and/or may have mental health concerns related to anxiety and depression among other concerns.
    • Psychoeducational evaluations are also available for individuals seeking accommodations at the university level or for testing (i.e., LSAT, MCAT, SAT, ACT).
    • Assistance navigating individualized education plans in the public school system.
    • Consultative services for those working with neurodivergent individuals.
    • Supervision of graduate students in the field of psychology.
  • Forms of Payment:
    • I accept many private insurance plans including, but not limited to Anthem, UnitedHealthcare (UHC), and Community ProHealth.
    • For insurance plans that Dr. Lowery is not paneled with, her practice is able to provide Out-of-Network billing if desired.
    • Private pay is also available with the ability to pay via check, debit card, credit card, or HSA.
  • Mission/Services:
    • Throughout the evaluation process, I aim to provide a safe space where individuals feel comfortable unmasking and presenting as their true and authentic selves. While working with individuals, I strive to ensure that each person is able to share their truth and experiences without ridicule or judgement as navigating the mental health world can be tiresome for most, if not all. In my work with clients, I collect a variety of sources of information through clinical interview, interactions with my clients, direct behavioral observations, neuropsychological testing, and self-report personality forms through a neurodivergent affirmative lens. This assists in being able to put together a full and robust picture that best represents each client and how they move through the world. As a rule of thumb, I strive to ensure that individuals find the conclusion of the evaluation process to not be surprising, but rather to help click the pieces of their lives into place so that others can better understand them in the context of how their brain is wired. Most importantly, the aim of my evaluations is to ensure that individuals debunk the myths that society has placed upon them (i.e., I’m unable to do this so I must be lazy or stupid) and help them and those around them understand the strengths that their unique wiring is able to provide them. At the end of the evaluation process, an individual remains to be who they were yesterday that they will continue to be tomorrow, but with a clearer roadmap to self-acceptance and how to best achieve their fullest potential.
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  • Phone: 317-559-3221
  • Fax: 317-686-5394
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  • Address: 9102 N. Meridian Street, Suite 550, Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
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