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Is therapy confidential?

Yes, therapy is confidential. Your therapist is bound by ethical and legal obligations to protect your privacy. Information discussed in therapy sessions is not shared with anyone without your consent, except when there is a risk of harm to yourself or others or as required by law.​

What is therapy, and how can it help me?

Therapy, also known as counselling or psychotherapy, is a collaborative process between a therapist and a client to improve mental health and well-being. It provides a safe and confidential space for individuals to explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, learn coping skills, and develop strategies to address challenges in their lives.

How do I know if therapy is right for me?

Therapy can be beneficial for anyone experiencing emotional distress, relationship issues, life transitions, or seeking personal growth. If you're struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, or any other mental health concerns, therapy can provide support and guidance.​

What can I expect in a therapy session?

Therapy sessions typically involve open and honest conversations between you and your therapist. You'll have the opportunity to discuss your concerns, set goals, and work collaboratively to explore solutions and develop coping strategies. Sessions are usually scheduled regularly, typically weekly, but vary based on your needs.

How long will therapy take?

The duration of therapy varies depending on individual needs, goals, and the nature of the issues being addressed. Some people may find relief and see progress in a few sessions, while others may benefit from longer-term therapy. Your therapist will work with you to develop a treatment plan tailored to your specific goals and timeline.

Is therapy covered by insurance?

Many health insurance plans cover therapy services, but coverage can vary depending on your insurance provider and plan. It's important to check with your insurance company to understand your coverage, including any copayments, deductibles, or limitations on the number of sessions covered.​

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