Long Beach, BC

“Investing in yourself is the best investment you will ever make. It will not only improve your life, it will improve the lives of all those around you.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari


My fees for each hour of Psychological Service are currently $220. The British Columbia Psychological Association recommended fees are $225 an hour.

I work on the “50-minute hour,” meaning that I meet with clients for 50 minutes and 10 minutes are reserved for preparation and session note taking.

I have a 48-hour cancellation policy. I charge full fees for cancellations or appointments missed with less than 24 hours notice, and I charge 50% fees for cancellations with 48-25 hours notice.

I accept cheques, cash or e-transfer (by prior arrangement), but not visa or debit.

Fees for Psychological Services are:

  • tax exempt.
  • not covered by MSP.
  • deductible as a medical expense for income tax.

Please Note: For 2021 I will not be taking on clients through ICBC, WorkSafeBC, RCMP, any insurance company, or for any legal matters.

I will not be writing reports or letters.

Extended Health Benefit Plans generally provide some reimbursement for fees paid for Psychological Services. Check with your provider as plans vary on their coverage.

RCMP Health Identification Cards accepted (not during 2021)

Veterans Affairs Canada Health Identification Cards accepted (not during 2021)

I am an approved provider for:

BC Crime Victims Assistance Program. If you are a victim, immediate family member, or a witness to a crime who has been injured physically or emotionally, you may be eligible for financial assistance or benefits to help with costs and your recovery.

Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada / CSIS – Employee Assistance Program Service Provider

ICBC Rehabilitation Department (For 2021 I am not doing ICBC work).

I work on a case- by-case basis with various insurance companies, workplace wellness programs, rehabilitation companies, lawyers, WorkSafeBC, and various provincial criminal injuries compensation programs (not during 2021).