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Bailey Carter can help you put the pieces back together when anxiety, stress, or trauma have you falling apart.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you provide receipts for insurance?

Yes! However, insurance companies can be picky and only reimburse certain services. I can give receipts for Naturopathy, Counselling, or Creative Arts Therapy. I am not a psychologist nor a psychotherapy permit holder, so my services aren't covered under those labels.

Do you offer sliding scale rates?

Yes, but sliding scale spots are limited and available by request only. My regular price is $115 CAD (+ tax) per hour-long session, but if this is a barrier for you, please don’t hesitate to reach out so we can look at options together.

Did you make 'creative arts therapy' up?

Nope! The field of drama therapy has been around for more than 40 years and art therapy has been around longer than that. You can find some more information here: or

How accessible is your office?

The building has a small elevator, but there are four stairs at the front door that you’ll need to climb in order to access the elevator. The elevator has a vintage-style metal grate over it, and might require assistance for some folks to use – if this is the case, let me know ahead of time and I can come down to get you! 

The foyer to my office is carpeted and spacious. The bathroom is across the foyer and very narrow. My office has a standard-sized door frame and hardwood floors, and I do not play music or use scents in my office to make the space accessible for those with sensory sensitivities.

Do you offer online sessions?

Online sessions are available for anyone within the province of Quebec or the states of Nebraska, Kansas, or Missouri. Please specify whether you would like to book an in-person or virtual session when you schedule.

What COVID-19 precautions do you take?

Surfaces and supplies are disinfected between sessions. Masks are optional but Bailey will wear one by request. Please do not attend in-person sessions if you are sick, have been exposed to COVID-19, or are in contact with someone who is sick. Consider booking an online session if you have concerns about COVID-19.

What is Role Theory?

Role Theory is the belief that each of us is made up of a system of roles - social roles (sibling, parent, friend, child, caretaker) or archetypal roles (hero, villain, guide, outcast). We often experience anxiety or despair when some roles are inaccessible, overused, or roles are in conflict with one another. In session, we will visualize some of your roles through art or stories, then try to spend some time getting to understand them better.

'Am I allowed to say [insert expletive here] in session?'

[Insert expletive here] yeah, you are! I intend to meet you where you're at and if that includes using some colorful language, I'm on board.

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