WHAT WE DO
Centred is a therapeutic practice that offers psychological interventions for young people and their families and adults dealing with social and emotional difficulties.
We believe in accessible, practical mental health
We specialize in adolescents and adults.
This belief is the core of our practice, and it informs every aspect of our work. We aim to normalise caring for your mental health by equipping our clients with useful, practical skills.
We serve clients from ages 11 to infinity. Our work with adolescents involves their families, while our work with adults is on an individual basis.
We welcome clients of all backgrounds. Mental health is for everyone!
We will meet you where you are.
We meet our clients wherever they are in their understanding of their issues, while supporting growth and change.
WHO WE ARE
Chalanie sees adolescents and their families.
Chalanie is a Developmental Psychologist whose area of interest is Social and Emotional interventions. Chalanie earned her Master of Science degree in Developmental Psychology and Clinical Practice from the University College London. Chalanie has always had a keen interest in Psychology, one that she has been honing since her undergraduate career at the University of Florida where she was awarded a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She founded Centred in 2015.
She is licensed as an Associate Clinical Psychologist with the Council of Professions Supplementary to Medicine.
Chalanie Stiebel Lawton,MSc.
Jessica Thompson, MSc.
Jessica sees individual adults.
Jessica is a Counselling Psychologist with a passion for facilitating social, emotional, and behavioural change. She holds a Master of Science in Counselling Psychology from Northeastern University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Rollins College, both in the United States. She joined Centred as a partner in 2017.
She is licensed as an Associate Counselling Psychologist with the Council for Professions Supplementary to Medicine.
What is the cost of a session?
Each therapist offers a different service, so their prices differ accordingly.
An introductory session with Chalanie is $13,000 (up to 90 mins) and each follow up session is $8,500 (50-60mins).
An introductory session with Jessica is $8,500 and each follow up session is $7,500 (both 50-60mins).
We accept payment via bank transfer, cheque, or cash. We do not accept credit/debit cards.
What does an introductory session look like?
Chalanie’s intro is with the parents or guardians only of the adolescent client. She takes a thorough history of the presenting problem as well as an overview of the family.
Jessica’s intro is with the individual adult client, and a thorough history is taken in order to explore how the presenting problems can be meaningfully resolved.
Are you offering face to face meetings?
Yes, we are. Per our current health and safety guidelines, we require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for all meetings held in person. Masks are still required to be worn during the session.
Is a virtual meeting an option?
Yes! We offer both virtual and face to face meetings. We accommodate local and non-local clients via virtual meeting platforms. Note: we meet via secure platforms and do not record our virtual meetings.
Can you help with emergency situations?
No. We are not equipped to support any form of psychiatric or mental health emergency. If you or someone you know intends to hurt themselves or someone else, go to the nearest emergency room for assistance.
Do you offer any other services?
Yes. We facilitate group and corporate workshops that can be tailored to the specific needs of the organisation. These workshops can be virtual or in person. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your request and we will let you know if it can be facilitated.
We also offer a digital course that provides practical tools to reduce stress. You can find more information here.
What's the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist?
A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who specialises in mental health issues. A psychologist (like us) is a clinician who treats mental health issues with non-medical interventions. Psychologists and psychiatrists often work together to tackle different aspects of the same issue.
Do you do assessments and/or diagnose disorders like ADHD?
No, we do not offer assessments and we do not diagnose such disorders.