To maximize progress, attain and support the client's therapy goals, regularly scheduled sessions are recommended to recur in consecutive weeks. Scheduled sessions are also tailored to meet the specific treatment needs of the client. Recommended session frequency will be agreed upon between the therapist and the client. Session frequency may involve meeting only once or twice a month for a maintenance session.
Registered Psychotherapist fees are not covered by OHIP. However, the fees may be completely or partially covered by your extended medical plan or possibly as a deductible as a medical expense on income taxes.
$150 (tax in)
Cash • Credit Card • e-transfer
You will be provided with a receipt upon payment. Full payment is due at the end of the scheduled session. In the event that the payment is not made when due, payment will be required prior to scheduling subsequent appointments.
48 Hours Notice Required
Cancellation of a scheduled session requires 48 hours notice via email or phone. The only exceptions are due to a medical emergency or a severe weather event. If a client is not present for their scheduled appointment, a partial amount of the session must be paid in full before rescheduling further appointments.
Full or Partial Coverage
Our services may be covered under your company or workplace’s extended health benefits. If you are planning to use insurance or third-party coverage, you are required to cover the full fee, regardless of the amount reimbursed to you. You are responsible for the full payment of services should your insurance coverage or third-party provider stop the funding.
If you’re not covered, please contact the Registered Psychotherapist Insurance Committee. Please visit the link below for more information on how you can receive coverage. The Registered Psychotherapist Insurance Committee is a group of Registered Psychotherapists addressing the inclusion of Psychotherapy into the mental health benefits from third-party payers.
Confidentiality: Full client confidentiality is strictly practiced and is an aspect of the code of ethics.