The Brief Telepsychology Service provides short-term psychological services via videoconferencing technology with clients in their homes. The service is appropriate to adults struggling with adjustment or stress, and focused on maximizing emotional and physical well-being by improving coping skills. Clients participate in four 30-minute sessions over a 2-week period focused on concrete problem-solving and skill building. Sessions may be group-based or individual depending on client needs. The service is available to people living in the Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington region. Clients will need access to a device that can connect to the internet, and internet access that can support videoconferencing (using Zoom) to participate in this service.
Team: Individual and group therapy is provided by experienced graduate students in Clinical Psychology at Queen’s University, supervised by registered Clinical Psychologist, Stéphanie Boyer, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Referrals: Clients can refer themselves or be referred by a healthcare provider. Referrals can be made via our Brief Telepsychology Electronic Referral Form. We will schedule a telephone call with each person referred to the service so that we can provide more information about our current programs and determine together if our service is a good fit for the person’s current needs.
There is a flat fee of $200 total (for 4 sessions) for this service. Please see Fees page for more information about methods of payment that are accepted at this time.