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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you offer a free consultation call?

Yes, I offer a 15-20 minute consultation call. They can be scheduled by emailing me or book directly by visiting this link.

How do I book an appointment?

You can book an appointment directly using this link:

How long are sessions?

50 minutes. 

What are your fees?

$250 + HST per 50 minute session.

What is your schedule?

My schedule can be accessed here.

Will my insurance cover therapy?

You may be eligible for psychotherapy services under your insurance plan, please check with your insurance provider in regards to your personal coverage. I am unable to direct bill insurance providers, however a receipt is issued at the end of each session. This will allow you to submit to your provider for reimbursement provided your insurance provider cover psychotherapy services.

How long should I expect to be in therapy for?

On average, the duration of therapy ranges from 12 to 16 sessions, sometimes shorter and sometimes longer. You can continue therapy for as long as you feel necessary and helpful. However, I can provide a recommendation regarding duration of therapy after our first few sessions. 

How frequently should I attend therapy?

I offer sessions on a weekly or bi-weekly basis

Is virtual therapy as effective as in-person therapy?

Research has shown virtual therapy to be as effective as in person therapy for various mental health challenges.

What type of therapy do you provide?

Brainspotting (BSP), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - Enhanced (Eating Disorders), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Motivational Interviewing (MI).


What is your policy on confidentiality? 

Topics discussed in therapy are kept confidential, even the fact that we know each other remains confidential. There are exceptions to confidentiality such as (a) If it is my opinion that a child is or may be at risk of abuse or neglect, or in need of protection; (b) If it is my opinion that you or another person is at clear risk of imminent harm; (c) If I am called to speak in legal matters where keeping confidentiality would be in contravention of the law; (d) If I am under assessment by a regulatory body such as the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.

Additional questions?

Please contact me for any additional questions you may have. 

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