Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer low-income options?
Yes, I offer low-income options to individuals who are struggling to access therapeutic services. These spots are limited and subject to a waitlist; please contact for more details.
Are your services covered by insurance?
If your insurance provider covers a "Registered Psychotherapist" than you will be able to claim my services under your private insurance. At the time of payment, I will provide you with an invoice that you can submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement. My services are not covered by OHIP. Please contact your insurance provider for more information about your coverage options.
What happens if I have to cancel an appointment or if I miss a scheduled appointment?
All scheduled clients will receive a courtesy text reminder 3 days before their appointment time. You will have up to 48 hours before your appointment to reschedule or cancel your appointment. If you cancel with less than 48 hours notice or you do not attend your scheduled appointment, you will be charged the full session fee as per my Late Cancellation and No-Show Policy.
Who do you offer your services to?
Everyone! My services are open to individuals, couples, and families.
How often can/should I come to therapy?
This is completely up to you. Most clients decide to come weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly; however, it is dependent on your needs and how much support you would like to receive.
What are your areas of focus?
At this time, my focus is primarily on aiding in the areas of depression, anxiety, stress management, relationship conflict, and overcoming trauma and loss in teens and adults. Through talk therapy, we will work together to develop coping strategies, learn to make connections between thoughts and behaviours, and understand your circumstances using alternative perspectives. Also, I offer supportive tools to my clients by providing psycho-education in mindfulness meditation and cognitive awareness.
I know someone who would benefit from counselling. How do I get them to contact you for help?
Although counselling is beneficial, it is only the most helpful and effective when we are willing and accepting to receive help. Thus, it is up to the person to decide for themselves whether it is the right time for them to seek counselling. You are more than welcome to pass on my contact information if they are interested.
I am in a state of crisis, and I need immediate help, who do I contact?
Please be aware that I am not a crisis therapist. For any crisis or emergency services, please reach out to your local mental health crisis centre (ie. CMHA or Reach Out) or emergency line (911) for immediate help in times of crisis.