Yuval Dinary

Yuval Dinary

Fees & Packages

All meetings are over Zoom.

Single Session

$200

A 1 hour session.

Ideal for:

  • Individuals who are new to therapy
  • Family members with a few questions about their struggling loved one

Strategy Session

$250 (saves $50)

A 90 minute session.

Ideal for:

  • Individuals overwhelmed by problems and need a plan
  • Relatives wanting education on mental illness and guidance for their struggling loved one

Maintenance Package

$900 (saves $300)

(available in 2 instalments of $450)

6 hours across 6 months

Sessions can be 60 or 90 minutes long.

Ideal for:

  • Individuals who’ve completed Short Term Psychotherapy and are now more stable
  • Families in need of assistance during an episode
  • Individuals seeking a casual therapeutic relationship

Short Term Psychtherapy​

$1500 (saves $900)

(available in 3 instalments of $500)

A weekly session for 3 months (12 sessions).

Sessions are 1 hour long.

Ideal for:

  • Individuals recently discharged from hospital
  • Individuals struggling with mental illness
  • Individuals seeking tools and skills development

Guarantee

It is important that you find a suitable practitioner.

If you feel that we’re not a good fit, fire me by the end of our second session to get a full refund.

This guarantee applies to both Short Term Psychotherapy and the Maintenance Package.

Frequently Asked Questions

All of my insured clients in Ontario have received reimbursement.

If you’re located in Ontario, Canada, and your insurance plan includes coverage for Registered Social Workers, it’s likely that you’ll be eligible for reimbursement.

While I don’t have direct affiliation with insurance companies and cannot guarantee coverage, all of my insured clients’ claims have been successful.

If you have concerns about insurance coverage, we can take the following steps:

  1. Purchase a single session and obtain a receipt.
  2. Submit that receipt to your insurer to confirm coverage.
  3. If coverage is confirmed, the session fee will contribute towards a package.

Absolutely.

We’ll need to have a conversation about confidentiality and informed consent as necessary.

Ideally, your loved one would receive individual therapy, with family sessions scheduled on an as-needed basis.

Certainly, I work with clients who face various challenges, including unipolar depression, anxiety, schizoaffective disorder, and schizophrenia.

My expertise in bipolar disorder has equipped me to address a wide range of conditions.

However, I do not work with individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. I lack the necessary skills and training to provide them effective treatment. It would thus be unethical for me to accept them as clients.

I generally don’t see clients in person. However, if you are in Toronto, we may be able to arrange such an in-person meeting.

No, I don’t, but I’m knowledgeable about the varied presentations of different mental illnesses.

I frequently provide notes for clients’ new psychiatrists when a diagnosis is required.

Additionally, I assist clients in Toronto in navigating the mental health care system.

No. That would be unethical. 

Informed consent, in its entirety, is necessary for the client-practiconer relationship. 

Next Steps

Before getting started, we need to ensure we’re a good fit to work together.

To do this, you can book a free consultation below.

At the end of the consultation, I’ll provide you with everything you need to get started.

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