Counselling During Life Transitions
Life gets difficult sometimes. But you don't have to do it aline. Together, you will help your navigate what may seem like the most difficult times in your life.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why would I want to a therapist?
People who are struggling may seek therapy to treat a problem and/or learn healthy ways to cope. A therapists role is to support you through life's hardships when it may seem unbearable. Therapy is also a place for strengthening communication skills and engaging in self exploration.
Do you direct bill to extended insurance plans?
We currently do not accept payment directly from the insurance company. If your plan does not cover RCC, CCC, but covers Registered Psychologist or Social Workers, you can make a request to your employer and insurance company that they adjust your plan.
Are sessions covered by my benefits?
Registered Clinical Counsellors (RCC) and Certified Canadian Counsellor (CCC) are typically covered by many extended health benefit plans, however, this depends on your company’s specific plan. We recommend speaking to your human resources department or consult your benefit booklet.
What are the benefits of virtual counselling?
Online counselling is easily accessible for all who want to use it. It overcomes barriers that may limit others from seeking therapy. Online therapy is also convenient. Both the client and the therapist have the convenience of corresponding at a wider ranges of times. With the added bonus of attending session in comfortable and familiar space.
Which type of counselling is best for me?
Your therapist will be able to determine if virtual counselling, otherwise known as Telehealth, will be the best format for you. Each individual has unique needs that our counsellors take into consideration when assessing whether means of service delivery is best for you.
all or email for a complementary consultation to find out which is appropriate for you.
How much counselling will I need?
Your counselling needs depends on your current overall health status and what you can afford. Typically, the average amount of sessions are between 10-14 sessions in total, although some individuals may need less and some may need more.