1. Do you provide a receipt for insurance coverage?

Yes! If you have extended health benefits through your employer, you may have coverage for psychotherapy services. It is important that you check with your provider to get the details of your coverage to verify that is psychotherapy is covered. I can provide you with a receipt with all of the information that is needed to process your claim.

Psychotherapy is a regulated health profession in Ontario. Unfortunately, these services are not covered by OHIP. 

2. What is your fee?

  • 15-minute initial phone consultation: Free
  • 50-minute individual session: $165
  • 30-min consult: $75

These rates may be negotiable depending on your financial situation. I accept payment by cash, e-transfer, or a cheque, payable to Sara Davidson. 

Please note:

  • I require 24 hours notice to cancel a scheduled appointment
  • The full session fee will be charged for cancellations not made within 24 hours of a scheduled appointment, barring any unforeseen emergencies.

3. How do I make an appointment?

To book an appointment, you can fill out the form on the Contact page and I will connect you via your preferred method. Alternatively, please contact sara@saradavidson.ca

4. Where is your office located?

I currently offer virtual appointments, as well as limited space for in-person appointments with Covid measures in place. I am located in Midtown Toronto.

5. Is this going to be confidential?

Absolutely – confidentiality is the core foundation of the therapeutic relationship. In our sessions, you will be able to speak openly and honestly. My primary responsibility as your psychotherapist is to provide an environment in which you feel comfortable and safe to share your story, goals, and the reasons you’re seeking therapy. I am bound by the College of Registered Psychotherapists (CRPO) and Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists (OACCPP) and will not discuss the content of our work outside our sessions and will adhere to both the federal and provincial laws and ethical standards that guide my profession by protecting the confidentiality of the information I receive.