Make an Appointment


We are now accepting new clients onto our wait list.

We currently have immediate availability for children and adolescents with Hoosier Healthwise insurance plans and children and adolescents who are self pay.  We also have appointments available for Educational testing services.

Before you start counseling services, please be sure your schedule can accommodate daytime appointments. Our therapists afterschool and evening appointments are usually full. New clients can request to go on their therapists’ waiting list for these later times as current clients finish. Educational services do have afterschool and evening hours available.

Current Clients

The online scheduler allows you to manage your own appointments (making an appointment, rescheduling and cancelling). You will be given the password at your first appointment, and then you can go online anytime you need to make a change.

Use the Current Client Scheduler

New & Returning Clients

To schedule an initial session, we’ll need some basic information. This is to match you to the appropriate therapist with the expertise to help you, and to make sure that therapist is in-network if you want to use insurance. Fill out the form below to get started.

If you have been a prior client of Spencer Psychology, but not currently active, we’ll need to re-enroll you

Treatment of Minors

If you are inquiring about services for someone under 18, you might want to read our policies for Treatment of Minors and Notification of Other Parent Regarding Treatment of Minors

Contact Us


Days of the week you are available (You can select multiple days)
You can select multiple times. Please note that late afternoon/evening appointments are available only to existing clients already in services, as there is a waitlist for these times.
Please give us as much detail as you feel comfortable. If you work better with a specific approach or therapist personality type, please let us know that as well. That will allow us to make the best match with a clinician.


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