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Caregivers are often referred by their General Practitioner, or Family Doctor, for Mental Health services for their child. Sometimes doctors may refer your child for a specific modality, or therapy strategy, or your insurance company may only cover a certain therapy strategy. However, our therapists often use a wide variety of modalities in their sessions with your child, in order to best help your child reach their therapy goals.
Why is this the case? Often one approach to therapy is not always appropriate for your child’s individual needs, but another type of strategy may be better suited for your child. Our therapists are very keen in adapting their approach to what works best for your child and your family.
These are some of the modalities that our therapists may use within a therapy session:
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) [LINK]
- Exposure Therapy [LINK]
- Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) [LINK]
- Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Emotion Focused Family Therapy (EFFT)
- Narrative Therapy
- Experiential and Humanistic therapies
- Psychodynamic therapies
- Somatic therapies
- Systemic and Collaborative therapies
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How it Works
Our process ensures that our team follows best practices for each child and their families, every single time. Although we follow a standard process, the help and care that your child receives will be as unique as they are.
Fee Schedule for Social Work/Psychotherapy
Please review the fees for the selected services. Prices are subject to change. For the most up-to-date pricing information, visit the “How it Works” page or our online booking site.
Initial Visit, 1 hour
Counselling Sessions, 1 hour
Counselling Sessions, 45 minutes
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