We have Individual & couples sliding scale rates for eligible persons (students, the elderly, transition times, financial struggles, and other special circumstances). We want anyone that is in need of help to be able to access counselling/therapy. If you are in need and do not have the means to see a therapist, contact us anyways, and we will try to find a way you get you the help you need, even if we have to look elsewhere for you to get it.
Clinical Counsellor Rate
Individuals: $120 for a 50 minute session
Couples: $200 for a 90 minute session. We recommend having one individual session for each partner before being seen together.
$1000 for 10 Individual sessions ($200 saving)
$1800 for 10, 90 minute couples sessions ($200 savings)
Confidential Video Chat (Skype or Google Hangouts):
$120 for a 50 minute session
$70 for a 30 minute session
$1000 for 10 hours ($200 saving)
Direction to Pay (talk to your lawyer about this option)
$140 for a 50 minute individual session (usually icbc claim)
$230 for a 90 minute couples session (usually icbc claim)
$180 for a 50 minute session with Dr. Patrick Myers (Registered Psychologist)
$210 for a 50 minute session for a direction to pay case (discuss with your lawyer).
Low Cost, Affordable Counselling
If you need to come in but do not have the funds for traditional counselling, we have a practicum intern that is under supervision that we can offer a rate of $45 per session. If you are paying with credit/debit, there will be extra processing fees added.
There may be a wait-list for this program, but we will do our best to get you in to see a counsellor right away.
Payments can be made by cash, cheque, debit, credit card, e-transfer, or paypal (www.paypal.me/nofear) before or after the session.
*In some instances clients may be covered by their medical service provider, or by 3rd party. If you would like more information on extended coverage, click here. For extended medical coverage click here.
**We accept alternative forms of payment including funding through WCB and Employment Assistance Programs (EAP), Crime Victim Assistance Program (CVAP), and ICBC.