Frequently Asked Questions


The cost of a session will vary depending on the type of services sought. The fees are set in accordance with the Ontario Psychological Association guidelines and market prices.
We charge hourly rates for psychotherapy sessions, and a flat fee for a full psychoeducational assessment for identification of a Learning Disability.
Contact us today to inquire about the costs.

NOTE: All fees undergo a small annual increase reflecting inflation rates and growing cost of business.


Payments can be made as cash, cheques or e-transfers. A credit card is required at the onset of services.

We do not submit claims to insurance companies, although our services are covered by most insurance plans (please check first!). A receipt is provided so that you may claim reimbursement directly from your insurance company.

Insurance Coverage or Funding

Most extended benefits plans insurance cover psychologists. Please ensure you call your insurance company BEFORE you book your first session. Questions you might want to ask are about the amount and percentage covered, pool or independent amount (i.e., split with other services) and types of services and professionals covered. 

Students may be eligible for funding for their psychoeducational assessments. Contact us to find out more!

We do NOT work with  special insurance for MVA cases, WSIB, or LTD.

Free 15-minute consultations

We accept self-referred clients and referrals from psychiatrists, psychologists, family physicians, etc.

We offer a 15-minute free phone consultation. Contact us to book today!

Cancellation Policy

For ANY cancellations or rescheduling, we request at least 48-hours advance notice.

Missed sessions or late cancellations will be charged in full.

​In case of late arrival, the fee will not be prorated.

In Case of Emergency

. If you feel that you are in immediate danger or need immediate help, please go to the emergency department of the nearest hospital or call 911.
. The following mental health crisis resources are also available 24/7:

  • Gerstein Crisis Centre at (416) 929-5200

  • Toronto Distress Centre at (416) 408-4357

  • Good 2 Talk – Student Helpline at 1-866-925-5454