Coronavirus (COVID-19) Clinic Update:
Our clinic is open for in-person sessions if desired. Please be advised all appointments will also continue to be offered via an online video platform or over the telephone.
For further details regarding the health and safety protocols implemented to limit risk and exposure to COVID-19, please call and speak to our Intake Coordinator, Tara Noel.
Please be advised, Newmarket Psychotherapy Team is NOT AN EMERGENCY SERVICE:
If you or someone you know is at risk of imminent harm, or is having suicidal thoughts, please call 911 or go directly to your nearest hospital emergency room.
I need support, what should I do?
What to expect at my first appointment?
Your therapist will ask you to fill out some standard paperwork, and begin to get to know you. Please remember that you are in control of this therapeutic experience. You must be honest with your therapist about what you feel is helpful and not helpful throughout your therapy sessions.
It is expected that you may feel apprehensive or nervous, especially at the beginning of therapy. It is not always easy to seek help or talk to someone about the issues you are trying to cope with. However, it is important to remember that as human beings, it is common to experience a variety of hardships at different times in life. We have all struggled, or are struggling. As therapists, we are here with a goal to help you find the right support, and to hopefully feel more at peace on your journey in life, no matter how challenging it may become.