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Frequently Asked Questions


What are your fees?

Individual Psychotherapy (50 min)- $200 (+HST)

Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (2h) - $900 (+HST)

Psychedelic Preparation or Integration Session (50 min) - $200 (+HST)

Do you offer Telehealth/Online Therapy?

All our services aside from the psychedelic administration session are provided online through a secure, HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform. We have found that this has increased convenience and accessibility for clients across the province of Ontario.

Do you accept insurance?

We can provide you with a superbill so you can be potentially reimbursed by your insurance provider. At present, we do not provide direct billing.

What is your cancellation policy?

Cancellations are required at least 24h prior to the appointment to avoid a full-session fee.

Psychedelic-assisted therapy cancellations require 48h notice prior to your appointment to avoid a full-session fee.

We do this so that others who are seeking treatment are able to access care.

How do I pay for sessions?

Sessions fee are required via e-transfer by the end of your session.

Fees for psychedelic-assisted therapy will be automatically charged via your credit card through our health platform Jane.

If you are experiencing temporary financial difficulties, please let me know and we will work together to find a solution.

How many sessions will I need?

At your initial intake, we will determine a broad treatment plan based on your history and treatment goals. Treatment can be short-term (<12 sessions) if we are focusing on a single issue or can be longer term (18+ sessions) for more complex mental health conditions and growth-oriented treatment. Keep in mind that assessment is ongoing and we can often learn new information through the course of therapy that may impact your timeline.

Do I have to attend sessions every week?

Sessions are offered on a weekly, biweekly, and monthly basis. Appointments are first-come-first served. I am happy to adjust the frequency of your sessions depending on your life circumstances and treatment needs. I will also let you know if I believe that the frequency will impact your ablity to reach your treatment goals.

Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy (Ketamine, Psilocybin)

What is psychedelic-assisted therapy?

Psychedelic-assisted therapy uses psychedelics (ketamine, psilocybin) to support and enhance the psychotherapeutic process.

When delivered in a supportive environment with trained and experienced providers, they can catalyze the potential for insight, deepen self-awareness and compassion, and foster a greater sense of well-being. This is especially true when combined with proper preparation and intentional integration of the experience.

We believe that this happens by providing you with a safe, supportive space to really connect with and get to know yourself beyond your previous conditioning.

How many sessions will I need?

At your initial intake, your treatment team will understand your history and your treatment goals better in order to recommend a treatment plan.

For ketamine-assisted psychotherapy (KAP), the evidence suggests that 6 ketamine sessions supported by psychotherapy can be beneficial for majority of individuals.

Those that are struggling with more complex conditions may need more ketamine treatment sessions as well as more support before and after.

After your initial block of treatment, you may benefit from a 'booster' treatment sometime in the future, ranging from 4-6 mos later and sometimes up to a year later. These sessions are designed to support your ongoing healing process.

How is ketamine administered?

Ketamine is administered via sublingual lozenges by a medical professional. These are held in the mouth for 15 mins before expelling.

The ketamine will be administered in-person at one of our community-partner clinics.

Is this legal and appropriate for me?

Yes, it is legal for off-label use in Ontario. Ketamine-assisted psychotherapy is available for people struggling with treatment-resistant conditions that have trialed conventional therapies. You will need to complete a medical and psychotherapeutic assessment to determine whether this treatment is appropriate for you.

How do I prepare for treatment?

Your treatment program will include preparation session(s). This is where we will discuss how to:
- Stay psychologically and physically safe during the experience
- Understand the common effects and experiences elicited by the psychedelic
- How to cultivate an optimal mindset to have a meaningful experience
- How to create a supportive environment in your life to benefit from treatment
- How to optimize and enhance your treatment outcomes
- And more!

What is integration and how many sessions do I need?

Integration sessions are intended to support you in translating your insights and experiences to changes in your daily life. The integration process takes advantage of the 'neuroplastic window' that is opened by these experiences. This means that your brain is more able to form new connections and grow, but it does require your active participation in supporting that growth in a healthy direction.

Depending on your needs, we recommend at least two integration sessions and up to 6+ for more complex needs. Your needs will be assessed on an ongoing basis.

How do I access psilocybin and MDMA-assisted psychotherapy?

Psilocybin and MDMA-assisted psychotherapy is currently being offered on a case-by-case basis through Health Canada's Special Access Program. I work with physicians who are applying on behalf of their patients in order to access these treatments. Approvals for treatment are typically for those who are palliative/end-of-life or who have severe and complex mental health conditions that have not responded to previous treatments. Feel free to inquire about this if you would like more information.


You will be provided with a preparation package with more in-depth information about ketamine and the treatment process should you decide to pursue treatment.