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fees & insurance



50 mins: $140 (either in-person or virtual)

75 mins: $200 (either in-person or virtual)

**Counselling rates are in accordance with BCACC’s recommended fee range.

Payment is accepted through: e-transfer, cash, and credit card on file.


Please review your extended health benefits to confirm whether you are covered for counselling services with either a Registered Social Worker (RSW) or Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC). I have both designations, but sometimes, benefits will only cover one and not the other.

Depending on who your coverage is with, I may be able to direct bill; and you will then just pay for your portion of the counselling fee that is not paid for by the insurance company.



I am approved as a mental health service provider for the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) mental health benefits programs:


1. Mental Wellness and Counselling Program,

2. Indian Residential School Resolution Health Support Program (IRS-RHSP),

3. The Indian Day School Health Support Services (IDS HSS), and

4. The Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls (MMIWG) Program.

Upon booking, please let me know if you have coverage through the FNHA Health Benefits program. To confirm whether you are covered, please check, by calling: 1-855-550-5454


I am approved to provide counselling to individuals who have been involved in a motor vehicle accident. 

If you have been involved in an accident, in most cases, you are pre-approved for 12 counselling sessions within 12 weeks of the accident. If it has been more than 12 weeks since the accident, you will need to speak to your ICBC representative (who may require you to get a note from your doctor requesting counselling) before scheduling counselling sessions under your claim number.

Once you have reported the accident, ICBC will provide you with a claim number. Please let me know this claim number so I can direct bill them for your sessions.

Please note, as to support the recovery of those involved in motor vehicle accident, I waive the user fee (the portion of the counselling fee that is not paid for under your ICBC injury benefits). This means, you simply have to attend your session, and I will take care of the payment side of things.

Symptoms you may experience following an accident can include:

  • Increased stress (for example, being unable to work, trouble sleeping)

  • Increased anxiety (fear of getting into a vehicle again)

  • Flashbacks (images or feelings of reliving the accident)

  • Feeling a range of emotions: from sadness, anger, fear, to hopelessness 

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