Notice:

Adriana Gorski has accepted a full-time, permanent position  at an agency out of town and thus will no longer be seeing clients in the City of Greater Sudbury and Area.  Former clients may contact her at info@affinitypcs.ca until Nov. 30, 2019.  After that time, please view the CRPO website for the most up-to-date contact information.

Fees for Services

Psychotherapy and counselling services (please see FAQs for definitions / differences) are not covered under OHIP.  Thus services are either paid for by the ones accessing them or, if available, may be covered through one's insurance coverage.   Individual counselling may also be available through your employer's Employee Assistance Program.

 

Fees for Individual Therapy

Fees of $88.50 + 13% HST are charged per 60-minute individual therapy session and are payable at the time of the session.  

Fees for Couples Therapy

Fees of $154.87 + 13% HST are charged for each of the first two 90-minute (1.5 hour) couples therapy assessment sessions and are payable at the time of the sessions.  Subsequent couples therapy sessions (third+) are $132.74 plus 13% HST per 90-minute (1.5 hour) session.  Additional fees of $44.25 + 13% HST are applicable if the optional written results report from the assessments is desired. 

Fees for Family Therapy

Fees of $132.74 + 13% HST are charged per 90-minute (1.5 hour) session.

Missed Session Fees

Fees for sessions that are missed or late-cancelled (i.e., less than 24-hours notice given of cancellation) are 50% of regular session fees.

Note:

  • Payments accepted:  Cash, Debit, Visa and MasterCard

  • EAP (Employee Assistance Program) sessions for individuals are typically 45-50 minutes in length.  I do not see couples or families through EAPs.

  • Determining whether psychotherapy services are covered by insurance are the responsibility of the client, not the service provider.  Please read your benefits manual to determine whether services provided by a Registered Psychotherapist are covered by your insurance benefits (I'm not a Clinical Psychologist).