The services of Registered Clinical Counsellors (RCC) are often recognized by providers of workplace health benefit plans. If you, or an immediate family member, have extended health benefits through work, you may be covered for the services of an RCC. Your group plan sponsor and health benefits provider will be able to answer any questions regarding your counselling services coverage. If your benefits plan does not provide counselling services coverage, you may wish to request that your employer contact their group insurance provider to request that they do.
If you are on a short or long-term disability from your work, you may be eligible for the counselling services of an RCC. This applies to private insurance plans, not provincial disability benefits. Your insurance provider will be able to answer any questions you may have about counselling coverage.
We are registered with the Crime Victim Assistance Program to provide counselling services to all victims of crime and to those who support victims of crime.
These counselling rates apply for both in-person and telephone/Skype sessions.
Payments by cash or credit card are due at the beginning of each counselling session. Payments by Interac e-Transfer are due in advance of the counselling session. Receipts will be issued upon receipt of payment.
If it is necessary to cancel or change your scheduled appointment, we require the greater of 24 hours or 1 full business day’s (Monday – Friday, not including holidays) notice. Appointments are in high demand and your notice of cancellation or change will give another client the possibility to have access to timely counselling services. Cancellations or changes with less than the required notice will result in full charges.