Can psychotherapy help?
Is psychotherapy confidential?
How does the matching process work?
What is the cost of psychotherapy?
What is special about Workhorse Health Therapists?
What are your hours of operation?
What is Workhorse Health?
What is the difference between a therapist, a psychiatrist and a psychologist?
Who are Workhorse Health psychotherapists?
What industries does Workhorse Health specialize in?
Through psychotherapy, one may be able to identify the cause of a particular issue, make changes related to the behaviour or belief associated with it, and continue moving forward with more clarity and confidence.
Yes. Discretion is of utmost importance to our Workhorse Health team of psychotherapists and administrators. We ensure all personal health information (PHI) is safeguarded according to PHIPA (2004), HIPAA, and PIPEDA regulations. PHI, outcomes, and data of any kind are not shared with employers. All PHI is strictly confidential.
First, our psychotherapist assistant connects you with a psychotherapist based on your concern, your field of work, and clinician preferences. For example, you may prefer a male psychotherapist who delivers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for legal professionals struggling with anxiety, or a female-focused on Somatic Techniques like breathwork for Registered Nurses experiencing trauma symptoms.
After you meet your Workhorse Health psychotherapist, the psychotherapist assistant follows up with you directly to ensure you are pleased with the fit. In practice, we have found that developing rapport with the psychotherapist during sessions one to three is essential for a successful outcome.
Psychotherapy fees are $210 + HST for most clinicians.
Our company administrators, contractors, and directors continue to learn about your work culture from organizational psychology specialists, experts with industry knowledge, and you, our client.
Monday to Friday: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm EST
Saturday & Sunday: By request. If you have an urgent situation, please reach out.
We are a team of healthcare professionals who provide industry-relevant psychotherapy. This means that your Workhorse Health psychotherapist has a history of successful treatment outcomes with professionals in your sector. Our goal is for you to do the work with your psychotherapist to improve your situation and follow-up on an as-needed basis.
Psychotherapists on our Workhorse Health team are mental healthcare professionals registered with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO), and they maintain the “Registered Psychotherapist” (RP) designation. WorkHorse Health RPs participate in ongoing mental health certifications, accreditations, continuing education and mentorship to optimize their psychotherapy skills and expand their knowledge of client industries so they can best support clients.
A Psychiatrist is a medical doctor trained specifically in the treatment of mental health issues. They provide medications to treat moderate to severe mental illnesses.
A Psychologist is a Ph.D. graduate who studies the mind (“psyche”) typically in an academic environment.
Our psychotherapists are professionals themselves, each with over seven years of experience. They can deliver psychotherapy in a number of languages and they are from multiple cultural and religious backgrounds.
Psychotherapists on our team support clients in:
We have a growing number of entrepreneurs reaching out, and we are expanding our knowledge of their unique challenges so we can best support them.