Psychoeducational assessments can be booked at our St. Catharines or Fort Erie locations. We are also booking a select number of in-person psychotherapy and counselling appointments. Please call our Fort Erie office for assistance with booking.
Remote services by video or phone will continue to be offered. Online booking makes it easy to see when appointments are available and book with the therapist of your choice. Our administrative staff are available by phone or email on weekdays to assist with any questions.
We continue to accept referrals from all sources including MVA, WSIB, VAC, NIHB, and allied health providers. Referral requests and documents can be sent through our secure portal Send referrals through C3!
Please email referrals and questions to: [email protected].
We provide counselling from the ages of four years old through to adulthood. Get started with an initial consultation.
Ask us about working collaboratively with rehabilitation teams for helping clients with complex needs.
Address the psychological component of pain and learn skills to assist prevention or minimization of the impact of chronic pain.
Learn to decrease symptoms of depression, anxiety, PTSD, and ADHD while improving emotional regulation and relaxation.
Learn to control body reactions to stress by learning to focus on making changes in your body through painless, non-invasive techniques.
Get a perspective on learning styles, strengths and weaknesses.
Clinical interview and formal measurement of mental health symptoms.
Overcome driving related fears in a supportive environment.
A psychoeducational assessment is a comprehensive evaluation of intelligence, achievement, memory, processes, and behaviour influencing one’s academic potential and performance. An assessment will provide a detailed perspective of you or your child’s learning styles, strengths and weaknesses.
A mental health assessment involves a clinical interview and formal objective measurement of mental health symptoms such as depression, and anxiety. Clients must begin with a brief mental health assessment to inform effective treatment planning and measurement of improvement over time.
An EEG is a method of measuring activity in your brain. The qEEG provides a “picture” of patterns in the brain that can cause difficulty in life. This information is highly valuable in supporting diagnosis and treatment planning.The areas that are out of sync can also be targeted for change with neurofeedback.
Skerrett Psychology helps youth through life's obstacles using unique treatment plans. As your child grows, sessions aim to reflect their goals and help them overcome difficulties such as social obstacles, cognitive problems, or emotional and behavioural issues. Treatment is provided with collaboration and support through parents as we provide expertise regarding the best approaches to support and manage their child's psychological and behavioural challanges.
We are often able to coordinate payment for services through MVA insurance, WSIB, Veterans Affairs, Native Affairs, and some private insurance companies. Extended health benefits may cover a portion or all of your treatment.
Once you have a health claim initiated with your insurance provider we can take care of the rest. Book an initial assessment with us and we'll collect all the necessary information to fill out and submit an insurance claim on your behalf.