FAQ

Our 60-minute Therapy Sessions are $185.00 per hour.

Our Reunification Therapy Services are $186.50 per hour.

Our Mediation Sessions (including Parenting Coordination) are $225.00 per hour plus HST.

*Services including Reunification Therapy, Mediation, Parenting Coordination, Voice of a Child and Collaborative Files require a retainer. 

Most extended health benefits cover services provided by Registered Psychotherapists (RP) and MSW (RSW). Please check with your provider to ensure that you are covered before booking an appointment to avoid any surprises down the road.
Yes, we do! Some of our clinicians offer evening and weekend sessions to meet your needs.
Yes! We have clinicians who can meet clients in person or online. Just let us know what works best for you.

Parenting mediation is an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process which provides parents who reside separately or who are contemplating separation, with the opportunity to negotiate mutually agreeable parenting arrangements for their child(ren).

Parents with an existing parenting plan, separation agreement or court order may also benefit from this process if they are in conflict over existing agreements and/or if their child(ren) has/have outgrown existing arrangements, e.g. parenting schedules.

Parenting Coordination is a service for parents who are experiencing chronic difficulties with the implementation of existing parenting arrangements.

Parents agree to retain a professional to mediate (and arbitrate) when necessary so that the kids aren’t held back by their parent’s conflicts.

Great question! The timeline for an agreement is directly proportionate to how much conflict exists between the parents. the more you agree on, the faster it goes! We have written agreements in less than 7 hours, while some take 20+ hours.

Of course! We know that every situation is unique, so we strive to be helpful in any way we can. We can effectively mediate full agreements or discreet issues. Whatever you need, we can find a way to help.

In this situation we will always need consent from both parents before a therapist can meet with your child. If you have a court order indicating sole decision making abilities, please send that over when you reach out to book your parental intake meeting. 

Absolutely! While we do have therapists who specialize in helping families through a separation or divorce, we can absolutely help anyone going through a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, life changes, stress, and so many more. Head over to our “About” page to read our therapists’ bios and see who may be a good fit for your situation.