Fees are based on the fee schedule provided by the Psychologist Association of Alberta and are due at the end of each session.
There is no GST charge on Psychological services.
Please note that the information or low-to-no cost public support services are provided in the Links page of this website.
Individual Session Fees
Couples/Family Session Fees
The first 3 sessions are 75 minutes unless stated otherwise.
Additional / Longer Sessions
*for speaking engagements or corporate training contact directly
*form requests are prorated at above rate
Employee benefit programs, insurance programs, or extended medical plans may cover services either in part or whole. You may want to approach your coverage program directly to see. A receipt will be issued to you following each appointment that can be submitted for reimbursement. Psychology services qualify as a tax-deductible medical receipt on your income tax.
Payment for sessions occurs at the conclusion of each appointment. Payment can be made with e-transfer (same day) or credit card only. Credit card is the preferred method. At this time we do not accept debit, cheque or cash. The credit card on file will be charged unless you request otherwise.
It is important to attend your scheduled appointments. If you have to cancel please give as much notice as you can. A minimum of 48 hour notice is required to cancel an appointment.
Late Cancellations: Appointments cancelled with less than 48 hour notice will be charged 50% of the appointment fee.
No-Show Cancellations: Appointments canceled with less that 1 hour notice, including no-notice at all, will be charged 100% of the appointment fee.
All information is kept confidential and secure by Assured Psychology staff and following the College of Alberta Psychologists’ Standards of Practice. Limitations to client’s confidentiality do exist and are listed below. In the following exceptions Assured Psychology staff is ethically and legally required to share information with appropriate third parties.
> It is believed that you are at imminent and real risk to your own safety or the safety of someone else.
> A protected person in your care, such as a minor, is being put at reasonable risk of harm.
> A legal subpoena is issued requiring the information
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If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete.