Q & A


The Q & A’s below are some of the most shared questions asked during the process of Life Line Counselling Therapies. Should you have any additional thoughts, please use our contact page and let us know how we can help you.

  • How do I know I need therapy?
  • How can Life Line Counselling Therapy help me?
  • How does Life Line Counselling Therapy work?
  • How long does it take to see results?
  • What specific issues or problems can Life Line Counselling help me with?
  • What do I do when I want to meet with my Life Line therapist?
  • How much does Life Line Counselling Therapy cost?

How do I know I need therapy?

The decision for you to enter therapy is a highly personal one. One seeks counselling or psychotherapy for a myriad of reasons. At times, a particular crisis or trauma has provoked mind-boggling and heightened feelings. Numerous people have actively sought therapy for relationship problems, lifestyle stress, self-doubt issues, and other emotional problems to name a few. Alternatively, sometimes none of the above apply and a more inclusive approach is needed to talk about the gap between what you imagined your life would be and the circumstances in which you are actually finding yourself in. If you are not sure, it is always free to consult at Life Line Therapies about whether counselling or psychotherapy services would be appropriate.

How can Life Line Counselling Therapies help me?

The basic structure of Life Line Counselling Therapies consists of you meeting with one of our registered clinicians on a fairly regular basis to discuss your problems. The therapist is not there to simply give you advice, but rather to process with you so that you can find unique solutions using the tools you have learned in your sessions. Clinical staff are there to listen to you, to help you get to the root of your problems, to overcome any emotional hurdles in making positive life changes.

How does Life Line Counselling Therapies work?

Some people refer to the basis of counselling as a “talking treatment” because it generally involves talking to a therapist one-to-one, or as a family, a couple or a group of people with similar issues. Life Line therapies will work with you in a holistic and from an open door perspective on a increasingly difficult problem to help you find a lasting solution.

How long does it take to see results with Life Line Counselling Therapies?

The therapeutic process is different for everyone. The focus and duration will vary, depending on your individual goals and intentions. The process typically involves disclosure of personal issues, self-reflection, recollection and the holistic accessing of deeper feelings and determinations.


What specific issues or problems can Life Line Counselling Therapies help me with?

Therapy can address a wide range of difficulties associated with what it is to be human, such as anxiety, anger, addictive tendencies, depression, relationship challenges, loneliness, alienation, cultural issues or past trauma. Please see the Services Tab to learn more about the specific reasons that individuals attend professional counselling services or are referred to psychotherapy web services (Outside Ontario).

What do I do when I want to meet with a Life Line Counselling Therapist?

On the contact page, you will find an email address and phone number; please contact our staff to arrange a time for an initial complimentary phone consultation.

How much does a Life Line Counselling Therapies session cost?

Our charges start from $150.00 (CAD) per 50 minute session per person and $120.00 for an e-therapy or telephonic session.  Be sure to inquire about fees prior to beginning of your session so you know what to expect.

What if I go away or can’t make it into the office? Can we have a session over the phone or video conferencing?

Yes. We understand the significance of safeguarding a continuum of treatments, and our clinical staff will do whatever is possible to minimize any interruption. Be sure to let your clinical practitioner know as soon as possible if you are unable to make it to your session in person, so that you can explore other options such as our Life Line E-Therapy services.

Do you still have questions?

We’re here to help. Send an email or visit our contact page and our clinical staff will be in touch with you shortly.