Fees and Payment

Fees

Cost depends on duration and type/s of treatment. Each person needs to be assessed on an individual basis and is provided with treatment recommendations to address their particular difficulties. It is then up to you to decide how to proceed, depending on your schedule, financial resources, and readiness for change. For more information about fees specific to your situation, please contact us by phone or email.

Payment Options

Fees are due at the end of each session.

Missed or late appointments

Your appointment time has been reserved especially for you, which prevents others from accessing services. Therefore, 24 hours cancellation notice is required (48-hours preferred), or a no-show fee equivalent to the full session fee will be charged.

Clients arriving more than 20 minutes late will be considered to have missed their appointment and a no show fee equivalent to the full session fee will be charged.

1. Extended health care plans

Many extended health benefits plans (e.g., Blue Cross, Sunlife, ManuLife, Great West Life, etc.) will partially or fully reimburse you for the services of a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC), Registered Social Worker or Psychotherapist (RSW), Registered Psychologist (R. Psych) as well as a Registered Dietitian (RD). Each plan is different, check your plan’s details to see if you are eligible.

If your plan covers counselling or dietetic services, you will pay for the cost of your session and receive a receipt which you can then submit to your extended heath care provider for reimbursement.

2. Employee assistance programs (EAP)

Many clients have EAP coverage for counselling through their employer. Ask your therapist and/or dietitian if they are an approved provider for your specificĀ EAP company.