Individual Counselling (50 mins): $130 + GST
Individual Counselling (75 mins): $195 + GST
Relationship Counselling (50 mins): $150 + GST
Relationship Counselling (75 mins): $220 + GST
Open to couples, families, LGBTQ2S+, and open/polyam/CNM relationships.
Individual Counselling (50 mins): $50 + GST
Relationship Counselling (50 mins): $65 + GST
To minimize contact as per our COVID-19 protocols, we ask that all payments are sent via e-transfer before your appointment to .
If you must cancel/reschedule an appointment, please provide us with 24 hour advanced notice, otherwise the full rate will still apply.
Many major insurance providers cover Registered Clinical Counselling. We will provide an invoice after payment which you can submit for reimbursement. However, please consult with your insurance provider or human resources department to confirm whether or not your benefits plan covers counselling/psychotherapy provided by Registered Clinical Counsellors (RCC) registered with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC). We are unable to direct bill any third party, including ICBC or CVAP.
Your safety and comfortability is our priority at AVERY THERAPY CENTRE. If you choose in-person sessions, below is the safety plan, as outlined by health officials:
We ask that you to wash your hands directly before entering the office. Washrooms are located on the same floor in the stairwells. Hand sanitizer will also be available in the office.
Masks are required in the the lobby and elevators and will be taken off after both therapist and client(s) are seated. The chairs are positioned 2 metres apart.
A plexiglass screen will be used in session that is positioned between the therapist and client(s).
Wearing a face mask during your appointment is acceptable but not required. You may also request that your therapist wear a face mask as well.
All door handles and surfaces will be disinfected after each session.
Please do not attend your session in person if you have been ill with symptoms of the virus for 2 weeks or if you have been in contact with someone who has had symptoms to ensure safety of all individuals.
We highly recommend online video counselling if you have the means and privacy to do so. In person sessions are recommended for people in urgent need of counselling but have no privacy at home.