Frequently Asked Question

Psychotherapy is a collaborative and confidential process that involves working with a trained therapist to explore thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. It can help you gain insight, develop coping skills, and navigate life’s challenges, leading to improved mental and emotional well-being

At the Mind Loft we specialize in treating a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, PTSD, relationship challenges, life transitions, bereavement, trauma, and more.

In a typical therapy session, you can expect a safe and non-judgmental space to discuss your concerns. The therapist will actively listen, ask questions, and provide support and guidance to help you explore and address your challenges.

Sessions are typically 50 minutes each.

Therapy sessions are usually scheduled on a weekly basis, but the frequency can be adjusted based on your preferences and needs

Yes, confidentiality is a fundamental aspect of therapy. Your personal information and sessions will be kept confidential, adhering to professional and legal guidelines.

Individual sessions are $150 + HST, and couples’ sessions are $200 + HST.

We do not process insurance on our end, but you can submit your claim to your benefits provider if “psychotherapy” is included in your coverage.

I use an integrative approach that draws from various modalities, including psychodynamic therapy, narrative therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. This allows me to tailor the treatment to your specific needs and preferences.

Yes, we offer virtual therapy sessions via online video or telephone for clients who prefer remote counseling or face geographical constraints.

In case of an emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. If you need immediate support and I’m unavailable, consider contacting a crisis hotline.

Couple or family therapy can improve communication, strengthen relationships, and address shared challenges in a supportive environment.

Yes, therapy can complement medication treatment. We can work collaboratively with your medical provider if medication is part of your treatment plan.

The therapeutic relationship is crucial to the success of therapy. Trust your instincts and consider factors such as comfort, rapport, and how well the therapist understands your needs.

Therapy has been shown to be effective in improving mental health and overall well-being. The timeline for seeing results varies for each individual and depends on factors such as the nature of concerns and personal progress.

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