Here is some additional information about counselling and psychological assessment services we offer.

We hope this helps in the next steps of your mental health journey.

Our counsellors’ fees range from $150 to $200 per hour for individual and couples counselling. The fee includes 50 minutes of session time and 10 minutes of administrative and record-keeping time.

The exact fee depends on the counsellor’s level of education, years of experience, and training. You can view the fee for each counsellor on our booking page before scheduling an appointment.

Fees align with market rates based on our counsellors’ credentials and experience. These rates also adhere to recommendations set by the Psychology Association of Saskatchewan: https://www.psychsask.ca/resources/for-members

Assessment fees vary between $2200 and $3500, depending on the assessment questions, areas requiring assessment, and total assessment hours.

The fee for psychoeducational assessments is $2200. Differential mental health diagnostic assessments can cost between $2200 and $2800 depending on the complexity. The Autism Spectrum Disorder assessments are in the $3000-3500 range.

Some payment accommodations are available for children and teens. Please inquire about details at [email protected]

Our counsellors offer direct billing for NIHB, Victim Services, Canadian Armed Forces, RCMP, and Veteran Affairs. At this time, we do not offer direct billing to other private insurance providers. We are happy to offer you a detailed receipt after each session. You can then submit it to your insurance for reimbursement.

We recommend checking with your insurance provider to clarify whether you have coverage for counselling and assessment services.

It is useful to clarify whether you are covered for counselling with registered psychologists, social workers, or Canadian certified counsellors (CCC). Some plans will only cover psychologists, while others cover additional professionals as well.

Let us know if you require an assessment cost estimate for your insurance or funding program. We will be glad to provide it.

Payment methods include cash, cheque, e-transfer, and credit cards.

Payment through direct billing is also available for the Ministry of Social Services, Jordan’s Principle, and some other funding providers.

Your counsellor will listen without judgment and work to create safety and collaboration in your therapeutic process. Additionally, your counsellor will

  • invite exploration of values, thoughts, feelings, and actions
  • provide support in handling difficult emotions, thoughts, and memories
  • offer practical strategies
  • involve parents in the children & teen’s treatment process

utilize evidence-based practices grounded in psychology, neuroscience, and education.

Visit the counsellor’s page to get to know their background. Book online if they accept new clients. If not, inquire about waitlist availability.

When booking an assessment, please email us at [email protected]

You can let us know If you would prefer to work with a certain psychologist.

We will be glad to answer your questions and provide an estimated assessment date.

Whether meeting your counsellor in-person or remotely, you can expect non-judgmental listening and support. The first session involves review of the intake forms, your needs, relevant life history, as well as hopes and preferences for counselling.

Anything that could help create some comfort for you. Your counsellor will review any necessary questions and paperwork from our side during the appointment.

You can bring a notebook if you’d like to take notes, although it’s not required.

If you are taking medications, it can be helpful to take note of their names and dosage. It can be helpful for you counsellor to have this information.

All you need is internet access and a private space. You can stay in the comfort of your own home or find a different location where you can speak privately. You can use your cell phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer.

You will receive a secure link to join your session 30 minutes before the scheduled time. It will come as an Appointment Reminder. Just click the link at the time of the appointment and your counsellor will join you.

Do you use an iPhone or iPad to access your online appointments? If so, you can use the secure Jane Online Appointments app. You will receive a prompt to download it.

You can watch this short video for additional guidance: https://vimeo.com/401661361

Do not hesitate to email your counsellor or the professional you would like to work with using their personal webpage.

You can also  send us an email at [email protected].

We will be glad to respond.