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Contact, Booking, Fees and Cancellation Policy

Please note that a therapeutic relationship agrees with the following Privacy Statement.

To arrange a free telephone consultation, please email me at, and I will get back to you within working days and hours in 24-48 hours.

Psychotherapy sessions last between 50 and 55 min and cost CAD 225. 


Unless agreed otherwise, payments must be completed on the day of the session. Cancellations with fewer than 24 hours' notice will be submitted to a cancellation fee.

This is not an emergency contact. If you need immediate support, don't hesitate to contact 911 or go to your nearest emergency services hospital.

Please refer to the following crisis lines for easy access to mental health crisis line services.

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Reach out today to learn more and book a session.

Oakville and Georgetown, Ontario, Canada. 

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What is Clinical Psychology?

* Psychology is a scientific discipline with many different areas of applications related to human behaviour

* Clinical psychology is a field of practice concerned with human functioning, be it human problems and their solutions, as well as the promotion of physical, mental, and social well-being.

* Clinical psychologists have varied training experiences and different areas of specialization (excerpt from the Canadian Psychological Association - CPA).


Clinical Psychologists provide services to:

* Children and adults, including the elderly, and work with physical and mental health issues.

Clinical Psychologists treat many human problems, including:

* Depression

* Anxiety, stress

* Relationship problems

* Substance abuse and other addictions (when in remission)

* Difficulties due to unresolved traumatic experiences.

* They also dminister psychological assessments (often employing standardized tests)

* Treat adults, adolescents, children, couples, families, and groups.

* Consultation with other professionals (e.g., physicians, nurses, teachers, social workers, occupational therapists) and programs designed to serve special populations (e.g., Community Independent Living Programs, Learning/Disability Programs, and Pain Clinics).


What is a psychological assessment?

A psychological assessment by a clinical psychologist involves detailed interviews with an individual and, when appropriate, his/her family and significant others to answer specific questions concerning the nature, severity, and causal factors of presenting problems. Assessment questions involve diagnosing a psychological problem, determining the extent and nature of emotional/intellectual damage following injury or stress, or identifying strengths and assets in individuals and their social contexts. Psychologists share the results of the assessment with the client and consider the client’s feedback. Treatment by Clinical Psychologists involves several psychotherapy approaches, such as behavioural, cognitive, interpersonal, family, and psychodynamic. Treatment may focus on reducing distress and symptoms of psychological disorders, improving coping skills and functioning, and promoting healthy lifestyles.


The people I have worked with have included:

* People whose current coping mechanisms are no longer effective in stressful situations

* Individuals constantly triggered by memories of traumatic experiences

* Individuals feeling sad or anxious

* People who have experienced trauma or abuse in childhood or adulthood

* Individuals with parenting challenges

* Families who want to improve their communication style

* Individuals with unresolved trauma and experiencing negative consequences in their lives

                              "The I is always in the field of The Other." Jacques Lacan.

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