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About

ABOUT us

At Atlas Psychology we provide psychological assessment and treatment for adults for a variety of issues including anxiety and mood disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), return-to-work obstacles, chronic pain, and numerous other adjustment and lifestyle challenges. Services also include anger management training, social skills building, and consultation for parenting skills enhancement. 

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Location

We are located at 865 Henderson Hwy in the Fort Group building. You can park in the lot in front of the building and enter through the front doors. Reception is to your left. Please check in with reception, make yourself comfortable, and we will come to meet you at your appointment time.

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covid-19 Policy

Last Updated: March 15, 2022.

 

While the Province of Manitoba has eliminated many pandemic related regulations, Atlas Psychology, as a private practice psychology clinic, follows the COVID-19 guidelines provided for health care settings by Manitoba Shared Health, and for psychology settings specifically, by the Psychological Association of Manitoba. Our current requirements for in-person sessions are as follows: All staff and clients must wear well fitted N-95 type, or medical masks while in the clinic and throughout the duration of session time. If you are unable to wear a mask throughout the duration of your session, please book a remote session. 

We continue to offer remote sessions and you are welcome to book a video or phone session using our online booking portal. You can also reach our office at info@atlaspsychology.ca or at 204-942-4515 to make these arrangements.

If you are attending in person, you must also complete the COVID-19 screen at the following link: https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/screening-tool/  and if ANY of your answers on this screen are YES, you may not attend the clinic in person and will need to attend remotely. 

If you test positive for COVID-19, please attend remotely until all symptoms have resolved and you are either 10 days past the date of your positive test, or you have tested negative.

cancellation policy

Please provide two business days' notice to cancel a session without incurring a fee.

 

Missed sessions, or sessions cancelled with less than two business days’ notice, must be paid in full by you, regardless of the reason (emergency, bad weather, sickness, etc.). Business days are defined as Monday through Friday. Holidays and weekends are not business days. 

 

As an example, a 4pm Monday session must be cancelled by 4pm on Thursday of the week prior. The Monday of a long weekend is not a business day, thus, a 4pm Tuesday appointment following a long weekend must also be cancelled by 4pm on Thursday of the week prior. Missed appointments are recorded as “missed appointments” on receipts for extended medical insurance plans.

 

We are happy to offer remote sessions (phone or video) to assist you in navigating unforeseen problems, like sickness, that might prevent you from attending an in-person appointment. Please let our therapist know at your earliest convenience if you need to switch from an in-person to a remote session so that they can ensure that you are set up for the right type of appointment.

payment information

Please contact our office for our current fees. Fees are subject to change without notice.

Fees are paid at the time of your session. Credit cards, e-transfer, cash, or cheque are all accepted. We do not accept debit card payments. 

We require a valid credit card number on file, or pre-payment by e-transfer or cash to confirm your appointment booking.

Manitoba Health does not cover private practice psychology fees. If you have an extended health care plan, those benefits may cover our fees. Clients are responsible for determining whether or not their extended health care benefits will reimburse our fees. We provide receipts for our services, which can be submitted to your health care benefits provider for reimbursement. Fees not covered by your extended benefits plan may be considered tax-deductible medical expenses.

 

We do not typically offer direct billing to insurance providers.

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