CONTACT & HOURS
Email or call to book a free 20 minute consult
- The office is located in the TD Canada Trust Building at the corner of Wyndham and Cork.
- Free 2hr street parking along Cork St. and Macdonell St.
- The office is close to the Guelph main transit hub, and can also be accessed by city bus. Please refer to the City of Guelph website for transit information: http://guelph.ca/living/getting-around/bus/schedules/
NOTE: During Monday-Saturday, I will do my utmost return your call or email within 24 hours. Note that I do not provide counselling by email, and I cannot guarantee an immediate response if you are in distress. If you are in need of support now, please call HERE 24/7 in Guelph at 1-844-437-3247 or if you’re in crisis, call 911 or go to your local emergency room.
After 8:00 pm the exterior building doors may be locked, but you can access the office by pressing the buzzer for 206 - Juniper Roots. Let me know if you need assistance.
Free 20 minute phone consultation, by appt.
Individual: 50 minute session
Couple/dyad/relationship: 80 minute session
Some sliding scale spots available.
The number of sessions varies from person to person, and from issue to issue. We can discuss your needs and expectations and identify a plan that fits with your schedule and your budget.
Sessions take place in person or via online video chat upon request. There might be factors in your life that make meeting in person difficult or impossible. Persons with mobility challenges, anxiety or other issues may find it more convenient, safer or more comfortable to connect via video chat.
Counselling and psychotherapy are not covered by OHIP in Ontario. Please check with your health insurance provider regarding the annual coverage you may have for counselling and psychotherapy, and the types of services or practitioners that are covered by your plan. If finances are a barrier, please let me know and we can discuss payment options. We can discuss the counselling fee during a 20 minute phone consultation or at the first appointment.
Acknowledging the Territory
In keeping with Indigenous protocols across Turtle Island, it is vital to acknowledge and pay respect to ancestral and traditional territories and local Indigenous communities. By doing so, we honour the Indigenous ancestors or stewards of the land and speak to our personal or social relationship with the land. Guelph is located on the ancestral lands of the Attawandaron people and more recently, the treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. We recognize the significance of the Dish with One Spoon Covenant to this land and offer our respect to our Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and Métis neighbours as we strive to strengthen our relationships with them. Today, this gathering place is home to many First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples and acknowledging them reminds us of our important connection to this land.