Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.

– Jim Rohn

Frequently Asked Questions

As you contemplate Made in Thought, you may have some questions. We welcome any inquiries you may have and happy to provide additional information upon request.

You can book a session online using the button below. Here are the client instructions.

book a session

You can also call and leave a confidential voicemail or use our online request form.

Ph: (403) 981-1016

Currently, we only provide telephone and virtual sessions for individuals who are 18+ years of age. If you prefer in-person sessions, a possible option (out of several) is to visit the Psychological Association of Alberta website, and under ‘Find A Psychologist’ you can utilize multiple filters to narrow your search based on your needs.

MiT understands your eagerness to receive prompt responses, and we strive to provide a timely reply within five business days. However, if for any reason, you don’t hear back from us within seven days, please don’t hesitate to contact us through an alternate channel. MiT is dedicated to assisting you to the best of our abilities.

Yes, we do offer direct billing through the TELUS Health eClaims platform. For details and a list of participating major insurance providers, please visit https://www.telus.com/eclaims.

Your privacy is our topmost priority, and we don’t take it lightly. We’ll make sure to discuss it in detail during your first session. We won’t proceed with therapy until you’re 100% satisfied with all the answers to your questions.

MiT does not offer emergency/crisis psychological services outside scheduled appointment times. In case of immediate assistance or during a crisis, contact local emergency services, the nearest emergency department, local crisis line, Alberta Health Services Mental Health Help Line 1-877-303-2642 (24/7), or Talk Suicide Canada 1-833-456-4566 (24/7).

When it comes to your sessions, we are a strong advocate for quality over quantity. Throughout your time with us, we will collaboratively discuss, modify, and assess how your goals for therapy are taking shape. The overarching nature of therapy is not to aim for perfection, which is a mirage that can trigger further suffering, but to awaken your confidence and to activate wellbeing.

You are not considered a client of MiT until both parties have a chance to establish a formal agreement that confirms everyone’s understanding of the consent terms, including your privacy limits.

Do you give yourself permission to activate healthy change?