What are High Performance and Sport Psychology Mental Health Services?
PCSG’s High Performance and Sport Psychology Mental Health Services provide psychological counselling and clinical support for athletes and performers dealing with mental health concerns and challenges.
Our clinicians have experience working with competitive, elite, and professional athletes, as well as performers at all levels (e.g., dancers, musicians, vocalists). Our services are open to adults, adolescents, children and youth, as well as couples and families.
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High Performance MHS Clinicians
MEd, PhD, RP*, CCC
Dr. Tammy Wong Ko
PhD, CCFT, RP, C. Psych.
RD, MC, RP
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Frequently Asked Questions
What should I expect?
You can expect to work with therapists who understand the pressures and demands of high-performance contexts. You can expect to set goals collaboratively with your therapist and work together to develop greater awareness of your thoughts, emotions, and behaviours, and to increase your coping skills to function and perform more effectively.
Our therapeutic approaches include emotion-focused therapy (EFT), narrative therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness-based approaches, and dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT).
We offer in-person clinical appointments at our offices, and we also offer virtual/online appointments for our clients who may feel more comfortable engaging in therapy from a more private setting. Click the Get Started button below to contact us with any questions or queries.
Who should consider our services?
Athletes and high performers dealing with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, perfectionism, borderline personality disorder, ADHD, trauma, and interpersonal challenges and conflicts can benefit from working with a psychologist or psychotherapist with expertise in sport and high performance psychology, We also provide counselling and psychotherapy for sport and performance-related issues, including issues such as stress management, identity and career transition challenges, injuries, concussions, and burnout.
Note for athletes: Our services do not require a referral from a doctor, coach, or sport organization, and you do not have to be a carded athlete to access our services. Psychological and counselling services are not covered by OHIP. However, they are covered by most extended insurance plans and some Employee Assistance Plans (EAP). For more information about service fees, please click here.