Fees & Payment
Individual counselling:  $225 per 50 minute hour
Payment is due at the end of each session, upon which a receipt will be issued. Clients may submit to extended health plans for partial or full reimbursement, depending on the plan. 
In some cases, such as with approved military personnel, veterans, and RCMP, I will bill the appropriate organization directly. 
Bank e-transfer payments, cash, and cheque are accepted. No debit or credit cards.
Benefit Plans &
Authorized Provider Organizations
Extended Health Benefits
Extended Health Benefit Plans, such as Pacific Blue Cross or other health insurance plans, often provide annual benefits to see a psychologist. Check with your employer or insurance provider for the amount of coverage, since this can vary from 80% to 100% coverage and amounts typically ranging between $500 and $2000 per year. If you are cross-covered with your spouse, you can usually use the psychology benefit from both plans for each family member.
Canadian Armed Forces 
I am an authorized Health Provider for the Canadian Armed Forces, and accept military referrals from CAF Health Centres.
Veteran Affairs Canada
VAC Health Identification Cards Accepted
RCMP Benefits
I am an authorized Health Provider for the RCMP. Through the RCMP's Supplemental Health Care benefit plan, members are eligible to see a Registered Psychologist in the community for up to 6 sessions per calendar year without a referral. For more information see:  RCMP Mental Health Care and Benefits Entitlement - Psychotherapeutic Services.
Income Tax Deductions
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) allows tax deductions for medical professionals, which includes psychologists:   S1-F1-C1, Medical Expense Tax Credit.
B.C. Medical Services Plan
The B.C. Medical Services Plan (MSP) does not currently cover psychological services.