If you change the way you look at things,
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Frequently Asked Questions
CAT ALLERGY ALERT
Please note that I have one cat who wanders my home freely. She can stay in the basement during my meetings with clients who prefer this, however, I cannot guarantee a therapy room that is free of cat dander/allergens.
How soon can I get an appointment and what hours do you work?
I offer evening appointments throughout the week and daytime appointments on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The wait for a daytime appointment is typically one week. Evening appointments are more popular and the wait time can be closer to two weeks.
How do I book an appointment?
Click anywhere within this FAQ to gain access to my convenient online booking system. Once you arrive, create a profile to choose any available appointment time that suits you. If preferred, you are also welcome to email me to book an appointment.
What is the recommended length of each therapy meeting I attend?
Individual Therapy: 60 minute meetings Couple and Family Therapy: 90 minute meetings
75 minute meetings are also available as an “in between” option for individuals, couples and families.
Is this service wheelchair accessible?
Is there parking?
A single driveway space as well as ample free street parking is available.
What do people wear to therapy?
What happens if I need to cancel an appointment or don’t show up for an appointment?
What happens if I am going to be late for an appointment?
What do I do if I am in crisis between appointments?
Who will have access to information about me and what I talk about during therapy?
Can I make someone go to therapy/can someone force me go to therapy?
Do you do therapy with children?
What types of payment are accepted?
Accepted payment methods include e-transfer, cash and cheque at the time of the service and you will be provided with a receipt upon payment. Unfortunately follow-up appointments cannot be booked when an outstanding balance exists on your account.
Is this service covered by OHIP or insurance?
At the current time, psychotherapy is not covered by OHIP, however, some insurance companies do provide insurance coverage. It is important that you read your plan carefully and look for coverage for one of the following: Registered Psychotherapist (with CRPO), Registered Marriage and Family Therapist (with CAMFT), counselling services or couple and family therapy. Please note that it is the client’s responsibility to confirm coverage before attending therapy. I am unable to confirm coverage for any client by any insurance plan.