What to Expect
Clients may be seen immediately.
No Wait List.
No referral required.
Workplace Insurance Accepted.
Extended Health Insurance Accepted.
Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Insurance Claims Accepted.
Work Related Injury (WSIB) Insurance Claims Accepted.
Criminal Injury Compensation Board (CICB) Claims Accepted.
Parents Seeking Therapy for Children and Teens: What to Expect?
By matching you up with one of our staff in your own community where you live, you will not have to wait or travel far to access psychological services. We will also assign you to someone with the right clinical qualifications, language abilities, gender preference, and personal and/or cultural fit. By accessing services close to home, you will eliminate commute time and have a convenient schedule for appointments.
Fees, Insurance, and Direct Billing
Fees and Insurance Coverage
Fees for service are based on feasibility and level of insurance coverage. There is no OHIP coverage for psychology services in Ontario. Therefore, you will need to check with your insurance provider to determine the amount of annual coverage you have under your plan that covers psychological services with a clinical psychologist.
What to ask your Insurer
Protecting your privacy is very important to us. Call your insurer directly (not your place of employment or HR department) or look online to see the details of your policy. Your insurer does not have the right to know the reason why you wish to visit us, therefore, you should only ask what annual coverage you have to see a registered clinical psychologist. You should NOT tell them what services you require or discuss any details of your inquiry. That is confidential.
If you or your spouse are employed, or if you are a dependent on your parents' plan, you are likely entitled to access benefits for our services. Most people have coverage ranging from $500 to over $2000 a year. In cases requiring couples therapy or family intervention (including assessments), all members are entitled to use their coverage. You should also know that insurance companies do not always follow the calendar year. You should always ask about your year-end, because if your year begins in June, you are entitled to claim your expenses before that time, and then you are entitled to another full year of benefits. So if you started therapy in March, you can use all your benefits for that year, and then you get to start over again in June and continue to have your insurance coverage pay for our services.
Please Note: If you have coverage to see a registered clinical psychologist, ALL of our staff will be covered under your plan and you will have no trouble in claiming your benefits unless otherwise stipulated in your policy.
Direct Billing to Insurance Providers
In some cases we do direct billing to insurance providers for our clinical services and you will not have to pay out of pocket. MVA, WSIB, Veteran's Affairs and CICB claims that are approved by your insurer are billed directly. We also do direct billing for Durham Regional Police Officers.
Supervision Policy & 3rd Parties
Requests, Summons, and Subpoenas
Locations and Languages
Offices are located throughout Southern Ontario, Canada including Pickering, Courtice, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa, Scarborough, Toronto, North York, Mississauga, Etobicoke, Brampton, Dundas, Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Bradford, Stoney Creek, Paris, Markham, Richmond Hill, Stouffville, Aurora, Cobourg, Belleville, and Niagara-on-the-Lake, Kanata, Ontario, Canada. Assessment services provided in the regional municipalities of Durham Region, Metro Toronto, York, Peel, Hamilton, St. Catharines, Bruce, Simcoe, Hastings, and the Kawarthas, Ontario, Canada.
Clinical services are conducted in a variety of languages including English, French, Serbian, Croatian, Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu, Pushto, Farsi, Tamil, Italian, Russian, Armenian, German, Spanish, Greek, Korean, and Hebrew.
Psychological Consultation Services
Mills Gosse Psychology provides psychological consultation, assessment, therapeutic intervention, and clinical supervisory services to several mental health, rehabilitation, developmental, medical, health & wellness, police & criminal justice, governmental, and child & youth service agencies.
We also provide specialized consultation and program support for child & youth workers, Children's Aid & Family Services, and group-home staff who are on the front lines of child welfare, youth justice, and residential treatment centers.