Individual Therapy for Adults



At NavOn, we help people navigate rough waters. We have an experienced team of clinical psychologists, registered psychotherapists, registered social workers, and clinical trainees, all with affiliations to local Universities and guided by the best evidence and research.

Whether you have mental health symptoms, experienced trauma, need support with interpersonal relationships, or are parenting a child with a disability, our highly skilled professionals can help.

We are an excellent choice when therapy is part of a legal or court-related recommendation. We do non-judgmental therapy with adults to learn and integrate healthy caregiving practices and resolve their own childhood trauma to break intergenerational cycles of violence and abuse.

While separation and divorce are often seen as bringing on the need for family therapy, our team also offers therapy for individuals who prefer to do some work on their own to get through, need strategies for co-parenting, or are thinking about blending a new family. Please view our services for child, youth, and families coping with separation and divorce.

We offer in-person and virtual therapy.

How much does it cost?

Costs depend on the training and experience of the mental health professional needed to meet your expectations and address your needs. Typically, fees range from $150 to $200 per clinical hour (50 minutes). In some cases, it may be possible to have therapy provided by a highly skilled clinical trainee for a lower hourly rate.

The number of appointments needed vary by person. Your therapist will discuss this with you at the beginning of therapy.

Within 24 hours after an appointment, you will receive an invoice by email. You can pay the invoice by e-transfer or credit card. It is also possible to pay by cheque or cash and to receive a paper-based invoice – please let us know in advance if cheque or cash is your preferred payment method.

Mental health providers are not paid by the Ontario Health Insurance Program (OHIP). However, many people can see a psychologist, psychotherapist, or social worker for no cost or very little cost.

  • If you are employed, you may have coverage or partial coverage as part of your benefits. Even if you do not have benefits at your place of work, you can purchase extended health coverage through a number of insurance companies.
  • If you are a veteran or a member of the Canadian Armed Forces you may have coverage.
  • Depending on your situation you may also be eligible for financial support through the Victim Quick Response Program, Jordan’s Principle, or the Non-insured Health Benefits Program.

Get started

Our team will answer questions that you might have about NavOn services, and provide information needed to make a referral and book an appointment.