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What We Offer
- Compassionate and Effective Therapy
- Therapy for all ages, couples and families
- Psychological Assessments & Consultation
- Insurance Accepted
- Weekend and Evening Appointments
- In-Person Appointments at our Midtown Toronto Location
- Virtual Appointments throughout Ontario
Who We Are
At Orchid Psychotherapy, we are a group of mental health clinicians who believe in empowering individuals and families through client-centered, collaborative care. Our experienced therapists offer personalized support, utilizing various modalities to help clients overcome challenges and live life to the fullest.
We offer services for adults, teens, children, couples, and families, and flexible appointment options. We’re conveniently located in Midtown Toronto for in-person sessions, and provide online sessions Ontario wide.
At Orchid Psychotherapy, our approach is client-centered, compassionate, and respectful of individual differences.
To ensure a positive therapy outcome, we match you to a clinician who is experienced with the issues you are struggling with, and who might be a good personality match.
Click below for videos explaining some approaches that our clinicians use:
Years of experience
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I need psychotherapy?
If you’re experiencing emotional distress, struggling with relationships, facing significant life changes, or dealing with symptoms such as anxiety or depression that are impacting your daily functioning, it may be beneficial to seek psychotherapy. Consulting with a mental health professional can help determine if therapy is appropriate for your situation.
Is psychotherapy confidential?
Yes, psychotherapy is typically confidential. Therapists are bound by ethical guidelines and legal obligations to maintain client confidentiality, except in specific situations where there may be a risk of harm to the client or others. It’s important to discuss confidentiality policies and any limitations with your therapist at the beginning of therapy.
Can psychotherapy be conducted online or over the phone?
Yes, psychotherapy can be conducted either by video or phone. This form of therapy is commonly referred to as online therapy or teletherapy. It provides accessibility and convenience, particularly for individuals who may have difficulty attending in-person sessions due to geographic, physical, or scheduling constraints. Some therapists are able to provide a hybrid version of therapy so some sessions may be conducted online and others in person.
How long does psychotherapy last?
The duration of psychotherapy varies depending on several factors, such as the nature and severity of the individual’s concerns, their goals, and the therapeutic approach used. Some individuals may find relief in a few sessions, while others may engage in therapy for several months or even years. Typically however, the more often you attend therapy, the more quickly you will see progress.
What are the Fees for Psychotherapy?
Our fees vary by individual therapist and range in cost from $180 – $210 per hourly session. When you book your first appointment, your therapist will tell you the fee for your appointment. If you have insurance, fees may be partially or fully covered under your plan, so it is important to find out your plans details.