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A therapy room is pictured, with calming blue walls, a clock and artwork on the walls. There is a light grey couch with soft white pillows, and beside the couch is a side table with a lamp. A tan leather therapist's chair is also pictured, and beside it is a wicker basket filled with two soft blankets: one pink and one cream.

Our Space

Opening up to a person you've just met about things you may not have told anyone else can be intimidating and sometimes a little uncomfortable.  We understand that, and our offices are designed to make you feel as much at ease as possible.  Our clients often remark on walking into one of our therapy rooms for the first time that they are surprised at how serene the space is and how much more comfortable they feel.  We use soft, ambient lighting rather than the typical overhead office lights, and we aim for this to feel like a space where you can feel calm and safe to explore the difficult thoughts and feelings that may be bringing you to therapy in the first place.  Some of our offices allow for essential oils to be used (if you are interested in them), while we try to keep other offices as scent-free as possible for people with sensitivities.  We are always happy to work with you to make the space as comfortable as we can for you. 

Your Privacy

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Our fees are consistent with the guidelines set out by the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA). However, since we have a variety of therapists with different levels of training, we offer a range of fee options for clients.  All associates are either registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario or are under the supervision of a registered psychologist so their fees are covered by most insurance plans.


Payment is due at the end of each session, and you will be issued a receipt that you may submit for insurance or income tax purposes.


Please note, payment can be made by Visa, MasterCard, cash, cheque, or email transfer.


Insurance Coverage:


Psychological services are not covered by OHIP.  However, they are often fully or partially covered by extended health insurance plans.  Please check your particular plan to determine your coverage, as insurance plans vary significantly.


How long does treatment last?


It is obviously difficult to determine the length of treatment without an initial assessment.  However, the majority of our patients experience substantial improvement in their symptoms within three or four sessions, particularly when they are struggling with anxiety or depression issues.

A therapy room is pictured from the perspective of the therapist's chair. There is a wicker table with a gold elephant on it, a tan leather couch with a blue blanket and mustard-coloured pillow, and a side table with a lamp. There is a colourful painting on the wall, and a brown rug with a quatrefoil pattern in cream on it.
A therapy room is pictured, consisting of a white leather couch facing a white leather chair. There is a painting of trees on the wall and the wall is a khaki brown colour. The lighting is low and calm with lamps creating ambient lighting. There is a clock on the wall and some shelving with ornamental pieces on it.
A lamp with a gold base is shown in the forefront. In the background is another lamp with a tree light base, a chair, a white table with another lamp on it, a clock and some artwork on the wall.
A therapy room is pictured with a tan leather couch facing a chair with grey upholstery and wooden arms and legs. There is a blue blanket on the couch and a mustard-yellow pillow. The wall is a green-blue colour, and there is a large painting of flamingos on it. There is a brown rug with a cream quatrefoil pattern on it and a black standing lamp.
A therapy room is pictured with two chairs facing each other. There is a mirrored table with a lamp between the chairs, pillows on the chairs, and a clock and artwork on the walls .
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