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Mental Health and Wellness Services

Virtual and In-Person Services, Insurance Coverage, No Waitlist

MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELLING AND SUPPORT

 

  • Focus on
    Wellness

  • Safe,
    Accessible Services

  • Services Covered
    by Most Benefit Plans

Reach Out to an Intake Coordinator

Chat with an Intake Coordinator to help to answer questions, direct you to appropriate services. and connect you with a therapist.

Online Mental Health Services Available

Online video/telephone counselling is available throughout Ontario.
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that best fits your needs.

  • by clinical competency
  • by location proximity
  • by language & cultural sensitivity

200+

Highly Qualified & Experienced Professionals Across Ontario

  • Registered Psychologists
  • Registered Psychological Associates
  • Registered Psychotherapists
  • Registered Social Workers
  • Registered Nurses
  • Counsellors
  • Marriage & Family Therapists
  • Family Counsellors
  • Art Therapists
  • Play Therapists
  • Child & Youth Counsellors
  • Psychometrists

Our Vision

Dependable, Safe, and Accessible Services Throughout Ontario

Psychological services are often hampered by long wait-lists, inconvenient appointment times, long travel distances, and the challenge of finding a clinically qualified person who speaks the right language, and is a cultural and personal fit.

We’ve spent the last 20 years serving clients in Ontario by eliminating most of these obstacles through uniting mental health professionals into a support network that amplifies their resources and capabilities, and improves the quality, accessibility and affordability of their services.

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