Here are some standard session rates:
Weekly sessions gradually moving to longer intervals are the ideal way to work on your recovery.
Video face to face sessions take place using ZOOM video conferencing software which is free to use and will allow us to work on documents or exercises together, and protect your privacy.
Visits with Registered Psychotherapists are often covered by your health insurance benefits but unfortunately not by OHIP.
Plans and coverage are different from one benefits provider to another, so please check directly with yours for coverage specific to ‘Registered Psychotherapists’ who are members of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.
I will give you a detailed invoice that you can submit for reimbursement if you are covered. Please take note of how many sessions with your Psychotherapist will be covered and whether for one hundred percent of the cost or less.
Occasionally a group treatment module will be scheduled by Aspire when enough people are ready at a time. This will offer a way to get more sessions for less.
If you are on government benefits such as ODSP or OW, or just a very tight budget in general, I can refer you to local services that are provincially funded and therefore free to you. Whether these services will meet your needs depends on your goals. If you aren’t comfortable with that, we can talk about a reduced rate based on your income.
I also support the partners and family members of people who whose challenges are causing pain and conflict. Couples and family work are also available.
If drugs or alcohol are the problem, sometimes it’s too hard or just unsafe to stop suddenly without first having medically supervised detoxification. Through my work in Circle of Care Recovery I can connect you to in-home detox, private or hospital detox. I am certified to provide the provincially standardised assessment you will need and in completing admission packages for inpatient treatment. I am very well networked with residential treatment centres all over North America if you need get stabilized before you can start therapy in your home community.