K. Hilary Curtis-Long, LCSW
Therapist • Pronouns: She/Her
- Not taking new clients
- Accepts insurance
Hello! My name is Hilary and my work as a therapist is seeing the whole person within the context of the environment. I hold the belief that trauma can often take many forms, varies in intensity, and impacts functioning in unexpected ways. Because of this, I take a holistic approach by looking through different lens and modalities to empower clients, navigate difficulties, and develop awareness of patterns that we, as humans, may not always be aware of.
I’ve worked with clients impacted by a multitude of struggles and have assisted in their battles against depression, anxiety, substance use, trauma, and relationship challenges. Clients with whom I’ve developed a trusting therapeutic relationship with have varied in age, race, gender, sexuality, religion, and culture. Every client is different, every situation is unique, and is treated as such. You are the expert of your own life and I’m here to work alongside you to navigate it.
For the past 5 years I’ve worked in a range of therapeutic environments including: inpatient residential and outpatient court mandated settings. I received my B.A in Psychology from Indiana University in 2014 and my Master’s in Social Work in 2016 from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) with a specialization in mental health and addiction.
During my schooling, I was also awarded the Health Resources and Service Administration Fellowship for my work with transitional aged youth. I continue to develop an expertise in feminist theory, relationships, sexuality, and resolving trauma.
I have a heart for people and the stories that bring them to my office. In my spare time, I enjoy dancing, poetry, meditation, and reading all things psychology and philosophy. I’m happy to answer any further questions you may have as you navigate this, often, overwhelming process of finding a therapist who matches your needs.
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Frequently Asked Questions
For a 50-minute session, the fee is $125. Payment is expected at the time of each session. Sliding scale is available
Soaring Heart Center currently accepts Anthem and Medicare health insurance plans.
Yes, Soaring Heart Center offers virtual sessions. In some cases, e-mail or text communication may be available. All information shared is strictly confidential.
The first session is about determining if there is a good fit between the client and the provider. During this session, the provider will ask about the client’s reasons for seeking therapy, go over office policies and procedures, discuss the provider’s therapeutic approach, and address the client’s needs and expectations.
The office is located on the first floor. Clients should come directly into the suite from the front stoop and have a seat. The provider will come out to bring the client back at the scheduled appointment time. Restrooms are available down the hall from the waiting room. If a client is waiting for more than ten minutes after the appointment time, they can text the provider to let them know.
After an appointment is confirmed, clients will receive an email from Therapy Notes, the cloud-based health record service. The email will contain a link to the portal and a temporary password. Clients should complete their initial paperwork before the first session through that portal.
We use Google Meet for our virtual sessions. Clients should ensure they are in a secure and private location with working audio and video. An email with a link to a private telehealth video call will be sent to the provided email address. If a client does not hear from the provider after five to ten minutes, they can text or email to follow up.
Soaring Heart Center may provide court appearances, but it cannot always be guaranteed. Additional services, including court-related services, will be billed separately based on the counselor’s regular service fee.
The name “Soaring Heart Center” originated from a beautiful art piece depicting the sacred heart with wings, brought back from Mexico. Over time, it came to symbolize the capacity for personal growth and inner courage.
Soaring Heart Center can provide support and guidance, but the client plays an active role in their own personal growth and problem-solving.
The duration of therapy varies for each individual. Soaring Heart Center takes a patient and focused approach to meet the client’s needs in an ethical and productive manner.