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Psychotherapy, Psychology, & Psychiatry

What does “Qualifying” mean for Registered Psychotherapists?

Some of our Registered Psychotherapists are completing clinic hours under the supervision of another Psychotherapist. Their “Qualifying” designation reflects this, however these practitioners are still fully trained, licensed, and able to treat patients!   If your practitioner’s receipt indicates that they are “Qualifying”, please file any insurance claims under the name and license number of their …

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Do I need a referral to see a Psychiatrist?

Our psychiatrists only offer OHIP covered care at this time. This means that you must have a valid OHIP card and requires a referral be completed by your family doctor or GP. This includes patients who are enrolled or interested in enrolling in our structured Programs. 

Do you offer medication management?

Several of our structured Programs include medication management, up to five follow-up appointments after an hour-long consultation. This allows our doctors to see how your medications are working and get you to a dosage that works best for you, your body, and your life. Once these follow-ups are completed you will be discharged to the …

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When should I see a Psychotherapist vs a Psychologist vs a Psychiatrist?

These long titles can be confusing and intimidating! Here’s a breakdown of what each kind of professional offers:  Psychotherapists and Social Workers offer talk therapy. Their education and experience are comparable, and they are often covered under the same line item in insurance policies.  Psychologists often have a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology and are able …

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How do I book an appointment?

To begin your journey with us, please consider booking a Complimentary Consultation with a member of our Care Team.   This will help your Care Team best understand what your needs and concerns are, as well as helping us make the best recommendations. From there we will suggest an appropriate practitioner and/or program and book in …

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Do you offer therapy in languages other than English?

We are proud to host practitioners as diverse as the communities we serve. We offer psychotherapy in English, Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Polish, Russian, Farsi, and Spanish.   We invite you to explore our team page and apply your preferred filters to match you with the right therapist.   

What are the types of therapy modalities you use?

Our practitioners offer a wide variety of modalities, or styles of treatment. Some common modalities include:  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)  Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)  Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)  Mindfulness  Emotion Focused Therapy  Motivational Interviewing  Art Therapy  Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprogramming (EMDR)  Solution Focused Therapy  Exposure Response Prevention (ERP)  Solution Focused Therapy  Trauma-Informed Therapy  …

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Is therapy right for me?

Therapy is right for anyone who wants it! Our practitioners provide a safe space for patients to process their emotions and examine the thoughts behind them, helping you to address trauma or difficult situations. They are a sounding board for your worries and fears, and are your cheerleaders in your plans for growth. They can …

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