Dr. Morgan is a Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC – Membership #1857) with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA), therefore her services are covered by many extended health care plans. Sessions are $160.00 (plus tax) for 50 minutes with the first session being 80 minutes in length at the relevant fee. The number of sessions necessary varies greatly and depends on the client, as well as the presenting issue(s), however most engage in brief counselling lasting between three to ten sessions. Skype/phone sessions are also available.
Two different payment options are available:
Pay As You Go – Schedule and pay for sessions as you go. This enables you to call and book sessions when you need them.
8 Session Package – Purchasing 8 sessions up front allows you to save 10% off the total cost of the package. All sessions must be used within 365 days of purchase.
Payment is due at the end of each session and can be paid with cash, cheque, email money transfer, Visa or Master Card. Sorry there is no Interac at this time.
An official – but discreet – receipt with Dr. Morgans registration and membership number will be provided after each session. This receipt may be remitted to an insurance company for reimbursement. To avoid being charged for a missed appointment, twenty-four hours notice is required for appointment cancellation or rescheduling. If less than 24 hours notice is given, half the full fee is charged.
For more information on insurance coverage or to talk with Dr. Morgan before booking an appointment, please contact the office.
What you share with Dr. Morgan in the counselling setting is strictly confidential, with a few exceptions
These exceptions are:
- Dr. Morgan is legally required to tell the Ministry of Children and Families if she learns of a child being abused.
- Dr. Morgan is legally required to warn anyone whose life is in danger.
- Dr. Morgan is legally required to warn the authorities if a client has a plan to kill him/herself and is at serious risk to carry out this plan.
- Dr. Morgan is legally required to comply with a subpoena to appear in court or to provide her personal notes to a court.