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Frequently Asked Questions
Where are you located?
Click “here” for our location.
How much does therapy cost?
Therapy services range from $80-$135 per hour depending on the service and the therapist.
How long does it last?
Sessions are typically 50-60min. but range from 30 min. to 1.5 hours depending on what is needed. Therapy can be any where from 1-3 sessions, to an ongoing experience during a period of someone’s life, depending on what your goals are.
Are you covered by insurance companies?
Most therapy is paid for by the client, however, different therapists may be covered by different providers - Private insurance, FNIHB, Victim Services, Employee Assistance Programs. Contact any of us for more information.
Who are you registered with?
All of our therapists are members of their own professional organizations - Canadian Registry of Marriage and Family Therapists, American Association For Marriage and Family Therapy, or the Manitoba Collegeof Registered Social Workers.
Where can I park?
Parking is available on all the side streets for 1-2 hours or more - depending on the street, except Portage Ave. during rush hour. Please do not park in the back lot - unregistered vehicles will be towed at the owner’s expense (and we don’t want that happening to you)
What are your hours?
We all keep our own hours, but between us someone is usually available Monday - Saturday, morning until evening.
How do I get in touch with you and book a session?
We all manage our own practices - click on our therapist tab to get in touch with any of us. If you have questions about who is most suitable, feel free to contact any of us and we’ll help you sort that out. We all work collaboratively to find the best fit between therapist and client.
Do you rent out your group space?
Yes - it is primarily used for in-house workshops and therapy groups, but we do periodically rent it out for community groups or workshops. Please contact Tammy email@example.com) for more information.
What questions can I ask my therapist?
Finding the right “fit” with your therapist is essential to this kind of work. You are welcome to ask any and all questions you need to determine if the person is right for you. Questions we suggest are about:
areas of experience?
personal view of therapy?
how the counselling process will work?
what is confidential?
spiritual / religious fit?
experience with diversity?
anything else needed to help you make your own decision.
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