How Can We Help?

Kindly fill out the form below and let us know how we can assist you. 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Practice Administrator,
Lee at 343-451-7293.

Find Us

We have moved! 

We are now located at 383 Parkdale Ave, #402,
Ottawa, ON
K1Y 4R4

Thank You!


Have Questions?


A referral from a physician is not required to access our services. However, it is recommended to check with your extended health insurance provider to confirm if they require a referral to cover the service.

Will services be covered by my extended health benefits?

Most extended health plans provide coverage for psychological services. It is recommended to check with your provider regarding the number of sessions and percentage of the fee that is covered.

How will we meet? 

Appointments are offered in-person, virtually through a secure platform or over the phone. 

Can I access virtual appointments if I live outside of Ottawa?

Yes, we provide virtual appointments to clients throughout Ontario. 

I have shared custody of my child. Is the consent of both parents required for my child to access services?

Yes, we require the consent of all guardians for a child 16 years old and under to receive services, unless a court order indicates otherwise. Please let us know if you have questions about this. 

Do parents attend the first appointment with their child/youth? 

Under the age of 12 years old: Parent(s)/guardian(s) must attend the first appointment

12-17 years old: Youth have the option to include parent(s)/guardian(s) based on the youth’s preference and the judgment of the clinician

18+: Only the client attends

What are the fees? 

Psychotherapists range from $165-$185 + HST per appointment. 

Please see our Services for information about the fees for assessment.

What are the therapeutic approaches offered? 

The therapeutic approach depends on what you would like to work on and is tailored specifically to you. Therapeutic approaches offered may include: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). 

What is the difference between Psychologists, Psychiatrists and Psychotherapists? 

A Psychologist holds a master’s and/or doctoral degree (PhD) in psychology that involves from 6 to 10 years of university study of how people think, feel and behave. A Psychologist is able to provide formal assessments, therapy and diagnose mental health concerns.

A Psychiatrist holds a medical degree, and is able to provide diagnoses and prescribe medication. Some psychiatrists also provide therapy much like psychologists do. 

A Psychotherapist typically holds a Masters degree, and is able to offer therapy for working on personal goals, and improving difficulties like anxiety and depression.

What is involved in the therapy process?

In the first 1-2 appointments your therapist will spend time getting to know you and what you are looking for help with, collecting background information, and further explaining how therapy works. During this time you will also have a chance to determine whether your therapist is the right fit for you and ask any questions. There is no need to prepare anything in advance; we will guide you through this process. 

Following these first few appointments your therapist will be in a better position to make recommendations about next steps and create a collaborative plan with you to move forward, including the frequency of appointments and the approximate time frame for therapy. 

We know that it is normal to potentially feel a bit nervous about starting something new, including therapy! We are here to support you.