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Psychotherapy / Counselling

psychotherapy counselling

Psychotherapy is a type of conversation which addresses personal difficulties allowing an individual, or a couple, to talk openly and confidentially about their concerns and feelings with a trained professional. 

Individuals Counselling

Psychotherapy involves developing a therapeutic relationship, communicating and creating a dialogue, and working to overcome problematic thoughts or behaviours.  Counselling can help find ways to ease pain and suffering, and increase satisfaction, meaning, and connection in your life.

Couples Counselling

Couples counselling is helpful for all types of partnerships and relationships. Allowing two people to address problems or concerns in their relationship that are causing stress and affecting communication. Counselling can also be preventative allowing two people to strengthen a relationship or, as is the case in pre-marital counselling, deal with differences causing friction before marriage.

Family Therapy

Family Therapy provides counselling for a group of people or a family. This could include parents and children, partners, brothers, sisters, grandparents, caregivers, etc. Family therapy may work to support the family as a unit, or help support an individual member, or work collectively to repair relationships and conflicts.

Children & Youth

Our paediatric-focused Social Worker addresses a variety of concerns with children and youth aged 4 to 18. Counselling can help a child or teen feel heard, understood and supported on their healing journey.  Sessions include support for anxiety, depression, family conflict, attention/focus, parenting, phobias, life transitions, trauma, and more.

Our Team

Our team consists of Registered Psychotherapists and Registered Social Workers. See individual therapist bios for more details.  Ready to get started? Book a “Meet and Greet”.

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Virtual Therapy

Counselling appointments are available via a secure video link, or over the phone during times of social distancing. We recognize that some situations may require an in-person appointment, this can be discussed during the meet and greet appointment.

Therapy fees covered by OHIP?
Or by insurance?

In Ontario, OHIP does not cover psychotherapy services. Many private extended health care policies do cover psychotherapy.  For specific coverage, check your individual policy to confirm details of coverage.   Some of our therapists have available a limited number of sliding scale or reduced fees within their practice based on individual needs. 

Read our blog post on Postpartum Depression or learn How Psychotherapy Can Help.