SERVICES & FEES
***Please note that due to public health guidelines regarding COVID-19, I'm not currently holding office hours in person but will be providing therapy sessions via Telepsychology (for current clients only). Please contact me via email at to schedule. There is also a pause on psychoeducational assessments until further notice. ***
Psychological assessment and treatment (individual and family therapy) for children, adolescents and families for a variety of conditions including:
Anxiety disorders (e.g. Social Anxiety Disorder, Specific Phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder [OCD])
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Chronic health conditions (e.g. chronic pain or coping with chronic illnesses)
Developmental disorders (e.g. Autism Spectrum Disorder [ASD])
Mood disorders (e.g. depression)
Parent-child relationship difficulties
My office hours are Mondays and Tuesdays from 9:30am - 2:30pm.
My fees are $190/session (50 minutes in length) for therapy and $190/hour for assessment.
The total cost of a psychoeducational assessment can vary and depends on the nature of the presenting issues and number of tests required. The cost can range between $2090-$2470, with the typical assessment for query Learning Disabilities and/or ADHD costing $2375 (for 12.5 hrs of testing). Gifted testing typically costs $1140 (for 6 hrs of testing). Both psychoeducational assessments and gifted testing include testing, scoring, a feedback session, and a comprehensive written report. Psychoeducational assessments also include an intake session.
There is no HST on psychological services in Ontario.
Cancelled and Missed Appointments:
Should you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, please provide 24 hours notice. If an appointment is missed or cancelled with less than 24 hours notice (except for unusual circumstances), you will be billed for that session.
In private practice, psychological services are not covered by provincial health insurance (OHIP) but are covered by most extended health plans. The psychologist bills the patient directly and they are provided with a receipt that can be submitted to an insurer for reimbursement. It is important to check with your insurer to obtain details regarding the amount and type of coverage you have, and what information they need from you in order to be reimbursed. When insurance plans only provide limited coverage, receipts may be tax deductible for any remainder when you have a physician referral.