The cost of counseling is an investment in your most priceless resources – your long term happiness and peace of mind. Counseling can help you overcome your biggest emotional or relationship challenges and restore your personal well being.
In Person, by Phone or by Skype – wherever you are in Canada or around the world, I am committed to doing what ever I can – as quickly as possible – to make it work for you!
Counseling Fees & Session Length – In Person, Phone or Skype
- $130 – 60 minute session. Individuals only.
- $162.50 – 75 minute session. Individuals, Couples and Families.
- $195 – 90 minute session. Couples and Families.
- Counseling fees cover sessions, brief phone calls or emails, handouts and long distance charges for phone counseling.
- * 5% Tax applies in Canada
Phone Counseling – Any long distance phone charges are included in the session fee. A credit card number is required to reserve an appointment.
Payment Options – Fees for counseling are payable by VISA or MasterCard for in-person, Phone or Skype sessions. Vancouver clients may also pay by cash for counseling. Payment is due prior to the session for Phone or Skype counseling. Vancouver clients can pay in advance or at the time of their counseling session.
Insurance, Extended Medical Benefits and Post Secondary Student Benefits – Canada Only
In Canada, some extended health plans and insurance available through your workplace, private insurance plan or university/college student benefits will cover some or all of the cost of the services of a Canadian Certified Counselor (CCC #2920) or a Registered Clinical Counselor (RCC #8400). I am registered as both a CCC and a RCC, thereby increasing your chances of coverage. Check with your employer or insurance provider before booking an appointment to see if you are eligible for these benefits. I provide official receipts that you can submit to your insurer for a refund.
Crime Victims Assistance Program – CVAP – British Columbia, Canada – I am a registered counseling provider to the CVAP. If you have been a target of violent crime, physical or sexual abuse – and have made a police report – you may qualify for counseling benefits. Family members and witnesses may also qualify. Counseling can help you overcome the fear, anxiety, grief, anger or guilt of having undergone – or witnessed – the trauma of violence or abuse. You need to establish a claim prior to receiving counseling. Click Here for More Info
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia – ICBC – Canada – I am a registered counselor with ICBC auto injury recovery services. If you have been involved in a car accident you may be eligible for benefits that cover the cost of counseling. Counseling can assist you in recovering from trauma, anxiety, grief, loss, anger, addictive behavior, or help you to deal with the emotional challenges of chronic pain or loss of abilities. The first step is to establish a claim and to consult with either a Rehabilitation Coordinator or Adjuster to confirm that you are covered for counseling, and the number of sessions ICBC will approve. Click Here for More Info
Who’s A Good Fit for Glynis Sherwood Counseling?
- You are ready to do what it takes to create a better life: You are committed to improving your psychological well being and comfortable taking responsibility towards achieving that goal. You want to collaborate with a counselor who can help you get there more quickly, and are prepared to attend counseling until you reach your goals. You have realistic expectations that positive change will take some time – usually 2 to 3 months of weekly sessions – to start feeling better, and are not looking for an unrealistic ‘quick fix’. You are keen to take steps outside of counseling to help yourself achieve the results you are seeking.
- You are able and willing to make a financial investment in yourself: You are highly motivated to put yourself first as the top priority in your life, and have the means to fund your investment in yourself. You understand that this investment is to help you achieve the peace of mind and happiness you want for the long term.
- You have insight into yourself and the problems you are experiencing: You are naturally curious about yourself, and want to know more – especially about how to build on your strengths – so you can feel happier and be more in control of your life. You are comfortable being pro-active in taking steps towards solving your problems.
- If you are struggling with addiction, you have stopped – or are ready to stop – addictive behavior when you enter counseling. Therapy is not effective – and therefore neither realistic nor a good investment – during active addiction. If you want to stop addiction, I can help you take those steps. If you have already stopped addictive behaviors, I will support you to overcome emotional difficulties – such as stress, anxiety, grief, loneliness or low self esteem – that led to addictive behaviors in the first place.
If you answered “Yes” to these statements, then you’d likely
benefit from counseling WITH ME. So let’s get started!
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