You are one step closer to feeling happier, calmer and more confident.
Are you wondering if therapy can help you?
Therapy can help you solve problems, make decisions, express emotions, develop better ways of coping with stressful situations, discover your strengths and change the ideas you have about yourself, others and the world around you in positive ways.
Are you Confused? Frustrated? Stuck? Sad? Heartbroken? Exhausted? Resentful? Stressed? Anxious? or Worried?
Sick and tired of feeling this way?
There has got to be a another way. And, guess what? There is!
Coaching is future oriented and and you work in partnership with your therapist or coach to achieve your goals.
Counselling typically offers a short-term, focused approach toward solving concerns and challenges.
Psychotherapy is often longer in duration, more in-depth and often focuses on the past.
Psychological services, directed toward the maintenance and enhancement of physical, intellectual, emotional, social and interpersonal functioning of individuals and couples can only be provided by a regulated member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario.
All of these interventions involve confidential conversations within a mutually respectful professional relationship and are designed to provide emotional insight, personal growth, increased coping, improved communication skills and happier relationships.
There are multiple benefits such as insight, understanding, improved interpersonal relationships, increased problem solving and decision-making skills, a more balanced lifestyle, higher self-confidence, enhanced physical, intellectual, emotional and social well-being and the encouragement to achieve the life you desire.
Everyone encounters challenges throughout their lives. It’s common to feel overwhelmed at times and it can be a great advantage to have someone to discuss your concerns with, clarify your next steps and create a more fulfilling life. Susan’s clients include entrepreneurs, investment bankers, artists, students, engineers, music producers, administrators, entertainers, lawyers, doctors, therapists, scientists, homemakers, athletes, CEOs, salespeople, actors, and many others, from all walks of life.
In the first session, you will have an opportunity to see what the nature of your sessions will be like by discussing what you’d like to work on and the steps that might be taken to reach your goals. The most significant factor in the counselling or psychotherapy process is the strength of the relationship between the client and the therapist. In order for the process to work, it’s essential that you feel a positive connection with the therapist and perceive their nature as being nonjudgmental, trustworthy, competent and warm.
Each session is 50 minutes long.
Unfortunately, counselling services are not covered under OHIP.
Susan is a registered member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Her services are covered by most extended health insurance plans under ‘Registered Psychologist’ or ‘Clinical Psychologist’ for psychological services.
Fees are payable at the end of each session, and you will receive a receipt that can be submitted to your insurance provider for reimbursement.
The fee is $275 for 50-minute individual sessions and $350 for 50-minute couples counselling and marriage therapy sessions.
To be certain that your insurance company will reimburse your sessions with Susan, please provide your insurer with Susan’s name and registration #5966.
Please also check your individual plan to determine what your coverage is (i.e. maximum $ amount or percentage covered per session, maximum $ amount per year, and whether your plan runs on a calendar year or other, such as May 1st to April 30th).
Fees are payable at the end of each session and submitted by you to your insurance provider for reimbursement.
Sessions are available in the evening between 4pm and 9pm.
Safety and privacy is key in a trusted relationship and anything you discuss in Susan’s office will be kept strictly confidential in accordance with Ontario’s Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA).
Where to find us
Centrally located in midtown Toronto right at Yonge and Eglinton (NW corner).
Yonge Eglinton Centre
2300 Yonge Street, Suite 1600
Toronto, ON M4P 1E4
(All Sessions are Virtual and By Appointment Only)