Psychotherapy For Adults And Teens In Bolton And Ontario
Psychotherapy and counselling in Bolton and Ontario for adults and teens struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma and prenatal and postpartum mood concerns.
Counselling Services in Bolton and Ontario
Areas of Expertise
Attachment & Parenting
Grief & Loss
Therapy is the process of meeting with a registered therapist who can help you shift unhelpful thoughts/behaviours, heal past trauma and hurt, deepen self-understanding and insight, and improve relationships.
Therapy is based on establishing an honest, open and trusting relationship between the therapist and client.
These are very common questions and it varies from individual clients to individual concerns/issues. When a modality like cognitive behavior therapy is used to address a specific issue like depression or anxiety this could take between 5-20 sessions. Insight-oriented therapy which focusses on the relationship between client/therapist and on deepening self-awareness could take more time. It ultimately depends on your needs and what you wish to gain from therapy.
At your first session Elsia will review her consent form with you, you will get to share what brings you to therapy and you will have the opportunity to identify goals.
Elsia’s aim is to understand you better-how you think and feel, whilst working with you around attaining your goals.
Elsia charges $140 for office sessions and $150 for home appointments. Elsia also offers a sliding scale. Please contact her for further information about this.
Elsia takes payment directly and accepts e-transfer and credit card payments. An invoice will be issued to you with Elsia’s registration number and you will be reimbursed directly by your benefits provider. Most benefit plans cover Registered Social Workers, but it’s a good idea to call your provider in advance to confirm this.
Sessions are 50 minutes in length.
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Psychotherapy for Adults and Teens in Bolton and Ontario for anxiety, depression, trauma, and parenting challenges after childbirth.