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A cancelled appointment hurts three people: you, your therapist, and another client who could have potentially utilized your time slot. Therapy sessions are scheduled in advance and are a time reserved exclusively for our clients. When a session is cancelled without adequate notice, we are unable to fill this time slot by offering it to another current client, a client on the wait list, or a client with a clinical emergency.
We understand that unexpected things happen and we will be as flexible as the schedule will allow. If you need to cancel your appointment, please message your therapist as soon as possible. Due to the heavy demand for services, we urgently request you cancel 1 day (24 hour) in advance of your scheduled appointment time. Appointments not cancelled 24 hours in advance will carry a full session cancellation fee. Cancellation fees will be added to the next scheduled session. Cancellation of 3 consecutive appointments or 2 No Shows may result in the cancellation of your appointment slot. Notification of this will be provided by the therapist.
Because your therapist believes that the responsibility for your care is on both the client and the therapist, we agree that if you are double-booked for an appointment, if we miss an appointment without notice or we are more than fifteen (15) minutes late for your appointment, you will receive a FREE therapy session.
At least 7 days’ notice is requested for any extended planned holiday or other break, we charge the cost of one session as a holding fee to reserve your slot while you are away.
Payment for service is due at the time services are rendered, unless other prior arrangements are made. Accepted forms of payment are cash, check, direct deposit, or Credit/Debit card.
Your discussions with your therapist and any notes they write will not be disclosed to any other person without your consent. Exceptions to this would be if your therapist is required to disclose information by a court of law, or in order to protect you or another person from significant harm. In addition, therapists are required by their profession to have regular supervision sessions where they may discuss aspects of your treatment. They will not reveal your identity during these sessions.
If your physical or mental health deteriorates to a point of serious concern or your therapist believes that you are a significant risk to yourself or others then they may, without your consent, contact a friend or family member, your GP or psychiatrist, or the emergency services.

Thank you for your understanding. Your therapist looks forward to beginning this therapeutic journey alongside you!

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If you are requesting an appointment please provide a few options for days and times of day that would be best for your schedule along with a brief description of what brings you to therapy.  Someone will contact you to follow up.