Our Counsellors (MSWs & RPs) have a passion for helping people of all ages work through the ‘Now What?’ questions we all face in life when obstacles or challenges are blocking our growth and wellbeing. Our approach to clinical counselling is non-judgemental and practical, aimed at giving you tools to help you maximise your potential in whatever situation you find yourself or your family working through. We value, respect and welcome all people and will work to honour your identity and culture within our therapeutic framework. Our Team of social workers and registered psychotherapists cover all aspects of clinical counselling, with particular expertise in managing learning, behavioural & developmental disabilities and exceptionalities. Clinical counselling is one aspect of the wraparound support that you will find when you get in touch with our team, and we can help you put together a holistic plan that looks at the big picture and helps pull all the pieces together. You are not alone! We help individuals of all ages, couples and families work through a wide range of challenges including:
- ADHD (adults & children)
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Gender Identity
- Self-harm, suicidal thoughts & self-esteem
- Learning Disabilities
- Executive Functioning & organisation
- Trauma & PTSD
- Grief & loss
- Parenting & Co-parenting
- Relationship breakdown
One on one sessions of 60-90 minutes in our clinic (30 minute virtual sessions available in some cases) working through your personal challenges at your pace using a variety of tools and modalities. Individual counselling is available for children, youth, adolescents and adults. Contact us to get connected to a counsellor who matches your needs.
We understand that primary relationships can be both our greatest support and our greatest challenge in life. Everyone brings their own history and background to a partnership, and the dynamic created by entwining two lives together is unique to each couple. The relational traps we tend to get stuck in however, are common to everyone, and the good news is, there are tried and true methods of communicating and relating that can help you build health, trust and affection with your partner. We also know the strain that parenting, co-parenting, blending families or managing a child’s disability or exceptionality can add to a primary relationship, and we can help you navigate your journey together with positivity and resilience. Couples therapy is usually a 60 minute appointment in our clinic. Talk to us about how couples therapy can be an important part of a wraparound plan for your family’s health and wellbeing.
We offer family sessions of 60-90 minutes in our clinic to help navigate complex dynamics and facilitate positive, effective communication between parents and children, co-parents, step-parents, siblings and extended family as necessary. Sessions are tailored to your unique needs and are designed to give you practical tools to understand and alleviate the stressful underlying dynamics that may exist inside your family, whatever shape ‘family’ takes for you. Family counselling can be helpful in combination with our other programs in order to help support and understand someone in your household who lives with a learning or behavioural disability, which also affects Siblings and parents when one child’s needs feel like they dominate the family landscape. Reach out to our experienced Case Managers to discuss how family counselling could help you achieve greater health and harmony in your home.