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All Services

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Availability

August 2021 – In-person / in-office service delivery is now available in addition to existing virtual services


Monday: not available
Tuesday: 11am – 8pm
Wednesday: 11am – 8pm
Thursday: 11am – 8pm
Friday: 11am – 5pm
 Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: not available 

Individual Psychotherapy Counselling
  • Emotional intelligence training
  • Depression & Anxiety management
  • Compassionate / encouraging engagement
  • Empowerment training
  • Awareness building
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Encouragement work
  • Intimacy / Erectile Dysfunction
  • Soul work
  • Mindfulness work
  • Boundaries work
  • Sex, sexuality
  • Social engagement and safety
  • Men’s sexual health
  • Masculine identity
  • Locating authenticity & the essential self
  • Compulsive technology use
  • General life issues
  • Grief & loss
  • Values, ideals, beliefs, expectations, perfectionism
  • Trauma survival / adjustment
  • Family of origin work
  • Anger and defensiveness work
  • Addictions
  • Body image, Body Dysmorphia, and self-esteem work
  • Disordered Eating
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Financial Advising & Lifestyle Hygiene
  • Budget / Financial coaching 
  • Will / Estate consulting 
  • Procrastination work 
  • Life direction / Goal setting 
Professional Supervision & Academic Advising
  • Clinical / student supervision
  • Academic advising Procrastination work 

> Exploration of educational path & local institutions

Relationship & Marriage Counselling
  • Couples mediation
  • Divorce Planning & Separation Counselling
  • Couples counselling
Business Coaching & Consulting
  • Work place conduct & interaction
  • Small business advising
  • Leadership training
Career Coaching & Counselling
  • Career assessments (Myers – Briggs & Strong Interest Inventory)
  • Career coaching / job readiness / resumes
  • Career path

Testimonials


“Just want to let you know I felt a huge weight off my shoulders this morning, like a really big pressure being released. Thank you”

Male Client
Ongoing
January 2021

Testimonials

“Thank YOU! Our session helped immensely!”

Male Client / Early 30’s
Ongoing
January 2021

Testimonials

“I feel listened to and equipped to face what comes my way.”

Female Client / Late 60’s
Ongoing
February 2021

Testimonials

“Every part of that [session] was great and so happy that I finally made the time for me to talk to someone [Jason]!” 

Female Client
New Client
July 2021

Testimonials


“It’s really difficult to move onto someone else, as you’ve helped me SO much through the big transitions in my life. I don’t think I would have been as strong of a person or have the mindset and emotional intelligence/consideration I do today if it wasn’t for your guidance over these years, and I really want to thank you for genuinely changing my life.”

Female Client / Mid 20’s Completed
January 2021
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Rates

Individual Psychotherapy

$135 per 60 minute

$180 per 90 minute

Couples Therapy

$140 per 60 minute

$180 per 90 minute

$400.00 – 4.0 hour couples intensive – *Limited availability

Career Assessment & Counselling

 (includes one session and four career assessments)

$350.00

Case by Case

Case-by-Case Rates

Individual & couple sliding scale for eligible persons

students

the elderly

the underemployed

the unemployed

compassionate rational

The Fine Print

The above rates include GST


During intake (first session / assessment) sliding scale and concession rates eligibility is determined.


The session fees are payable at the start of the session unless specific alternatives have been arranged. There is no sliding scale consideration for intake or termination sessions. Regular sessions are sometimes given at reduced rates at the discretion of Lehmann Counselling Service. Payment can be made with e-transfer, credit card, personal cheque (Payable to: Jason Lehmann), or in cash.


Receipts are issued at your request.

Frequently Asked Questions

“how many sessions do i need?”


Answer: Length of Therapy is guided by the presenting problem, the mental and financial resources of the client, and in-therapy evaluations of progress. It is not uncommon to have life changing results after eight to twelve sessions. In some cases behaviour change can occur with as few as four sessions and in more complex cases, therapy can last several months.

FEES

The standard fee per counselling session is $135.00 and is payable at the start of the session unless specific alternatives have been arranged. There is no sliding scale consideration for intake or termination sessions. Regular sessions are sometimes given at reduced rates at the discretion of Lehmann Counselling Service. Payment can be made with e-transfer, credit card, personal cheque (Payable to: Jason Lehmann), or in cash. Receipts are issued at your request.

VIRTUAL SERVICE

You are welcome to choose between virtual attendance (telephone/ via computer/ or in-person, or a hybrid of these service delivery methods.

*At scheduling clients are given a choice, and the opportunity to specify their preferences.

* Each person/ case is unique thus Lehmann Counselling can deny the requested method based on its clinical appropriateness. 

CANCELLATIONS

My cancellation policy is 24-hour notice either via email, text, or phone. Failure to cancel or failure to arrive for a booked appointment will result in a cancellation fee of $60.00 for the missed session or late cancelation

THERAPIST ILLNESS, CANCELLATION, OR VACATION

In the event of therapist illness, vacation, or cancellation you will be informed with reasonable notice and given mental health alternatives at that time.

My awareness of diversity issues is part of the ongoing self-reflexivity required for professional practice. Awareness of my own counter transference around diversity issues is in my mind an essential first step to working with any client. As a second step, requires positioning the client in the context of: Spirituality, immigrant status, culture, ethnicity, race, socioeconomic status, education, sexual orientation, physical / mental or physical ability, and gender.

My process includes the following questions:

1. How does the individual in context affect the client’s access to systems, and how does that differ from my experience?

2. What social / cultural help or hindrances exist for the client as a result of their context?

3. What is the individual’s intra-psychic experience within their context(s)?

4. What is my familiarity, personal views, social responsibility, and competency within their context(s)?”

5. What language is offensive / “othering” to this client?

“what are the ethical standards and principles that guide Jason’s practice?”


PRINCIPLE I

Respect for the Dignity of All Persons and Peoples


PRINCIPLE II:

Responsible Caring


PRINCIPLE III:

Integrity in Relationships


PRINCIPLE IV:

Responsibility to Society

Source: BC Association of Clinical Counsellors – code of ethical conduct