Places To Find Affordable Therapy In Toronto
Toronto is super vibrant and has a some great options to offer!
We’ve collected a list of some places (other than our network) to find affordable therapy in Toronto.
If you came here looking to find a therapist in our directory, use the button below!
If you are looking to explore your options, read on…
Hard Feelings is a Social Enterprise based in Toronto, Ontario.
“Hard Feelings is an innovative, welcoming community of professional counsellors who provide low-cost services and support. Our storefront sells carefully curated books and resources to help build and sustain stronger mental health.”
Fees range from $60 – $80 per session for individual counselling and $90 – $110 for family or couples counselling.
The Gestalt Institute Student Clinic
Supervised student therapists in Years Four and Five of the training program offer a high level of empathic and interactive therapy at an affordable price of $40.00 a session.
“Are you new to therapy? Looking to experience a different modality and are curious about Gestalt? Gestalt therapy is an approach to personal transformation that invites a fuller presence and awareness of the here and now, thus allowing you the possibility of more excitement, energy and courage to live your life directly.”
To learn more visit: https://gestalt.on.ca/low-cost-therapy-clinic/
The Create Institute
If you are looking to get in touch with your creative self, you might like to try working with a student therapist at The Create Institute.
“The Create Clinic provides accessible and affordable expressive arts therapy to children, youth, adults, couples and families from diverse backgrounds. It serves people with a wide range of needs in the wider Toronto area. The fee is $40.00 per session. No previous therapy or artistic experience is required.”
Toronto Institute Of Relational Therapy
Students in training and new graduates offer different tiers of rates, depending on the level of training they have met. Fees range anywhere from $25-$80 per session.
“Relational psychotherapy is a conversation. You and your therapist will talk about what’s troubling you, whatever that might be — for example, stress and anxiety, depression, relationship problems, low self-esteem, addictive patterns, or trauma you experienced earlier in your life. You don’t even have to know exactly what’s wrong; the nature of the trouble will emerge through conversation.