Frequently Asked Questions
TMT serves the, Toronto, GTA and Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo areas
TMT works with children, teens, and young adults of varying needs, abilities, and challenges.
If you’re not sure whether your goals could be achieved in therapy, schedule a free 20 minute consultation with us to discuss your challenges.
To book an appointment: please contact TMT via email or phone to book your appointment.
If you would like to schedule your FREE phone consultation, please book your call using the “SCHEDULE FREE CONSULTATION” button.
TMT accepts payments made by debit, credit, and interac e-transfer.
Cash and cheque are accepted for services occurring in-person.
Minimum 24 hours notice are required for cancellations. Clients who provide less than 24 hours notice will be charged half their appointment fee. Those who miss their appointment with no notice, will be charged a cancellation fee of their full appointment cost.
Psychotherapy and music therapy are not covered by O.H.I.P. Many insurance plans provide coverage for psychotherapy, so you may be eligible to receive coverage for services.
Please inquire with your insurance provider on whether or not you are eligible for coverage for psychotherapy. We do not direct bill to health insurance providers but we will provide you with a receipt that can be submitted for your reimbursement.
Therapy Related Questions
Yes! Music Therapy is an evidence-based profession that can only be provided by Accredited Music Therapists. There is plenty of research supporting music therapy and its vast benefits.
Please visit our page explaining music therapy and psychotherapy for further information.
The music therapy session structure is completely dependent on the clients goals. For example, a non-verbal client whose goal is to develop communication tools, would have a heavily music-centered session.
However, a client who is verbal and has goals to reduce anxiety, may have a balance of verbal discussion and song sharing.
Learn more about TMT’s individual sessions HERE.
Individual sessions are one-to-one sessions between the therapist and client. The session usually includes a check-in and exercises to work on goals.
The session may include:
- Verbal discussion
- Sharing music
- Writing music
- Music-based mindfulness exercises
- Analyzing lyrics
- & more….
Exercises and interventions that take place in the session are dependent on the clients goals and needs.
Group sessions typically involve 2-8 individuals that meet on a consistent basis either in-person or online. The group session involves sharing challenges and supporting others in the group. The structure and time length of the group depends on the number of people in the group and overall goals.
For more information about our group offerings and workshops, visit our Workshops & Groups Page.