Fees

 

  • 15 Minute Video Consultation:  Free
  • Individual Sessions Online or In Person at the Clinic with a Registered Clinical Counsellor (all ages):  $150.00 Plus GST 
  • Couples and Family Sessions Online or In Person at the Clinic with a Registered Clinical Counsellor: $165.00 Plus GST (50 minutes) and $215.00 Plus GST (80 minutes)
  • Clinical Supervision and Professional Consultation:  $150.00 Plus GST
  • Half Session Online or in Person:  $90.00 Plus GST
  • Child and Youth Care Counselling with Hannah Christianson:  $70.00 Plus GST
  • Groups for Children and Youth: $30 per session, group packages are also available
  • ADHD Coaching: $70.00 Plus GST
  • BFRB Coaching: $70.00 Plus GST
  • Sliding Scale Services:
    • Clinical Interns:
      • $70.00 Plus GST (individual 50 minute session for child, youth, or adult)
      • $95.00 Plus GST (Couples and Family 80 minute session)
    • We are able to use a further sliding scale for interns dependent upon income and need with our “pay what you can” program.
  • Adult Online Group Therapy and Weekly Workshops:  $40.00 per session Plus GST
  • Letters and Documents:  $35.00 and up.

Many extended health care plans cover the services of a Registered Clinical Counsellor or Registered Social Worker. Please check with your benefits plan.  You will be asked to pay for your session and then will be issued a receipt to be provided to your benefit plan.  Coaching services and intern counselling are not covered by benefit plans.

We are able to direct bill to:

  • Autism Funding Unit
  • Mental Health Network for Athletes (through Game Plan)
  • Metis Nation
  • First Nations Health Authority
  • Homeschool programs, upon approval
  • Crime Victims Assistance
  • ICBC, learn more here

We can support families in their applications to Jordan’s Principle and Variety Charities.

Island Clinical Counselling staff adhere to the ethical guidelines put out by the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors and the British Columbia College of Social Workers.  All services with a clinical counsellor are confidential, with some legal and ethical limitations such as safety concerns and child maltreatment.  We ask for informed consent at the time of services, which means that a person understands why they are here for therapy and what counselling will be like.  Once they understand they give their agreement to engage in the service and may withdraw it at anytime.  Counselling is voluntary.