Individual & Group Counselling
Clinical counsellors provide confidential, supportive and non-judgmental counselling by guiding women to develop skills and strategies to deal with the impact of abuse.
Click on each of the sections below to learn more about these programs.
Counsellors support you by:
- being non-judgmental, client-centred and compassionate
- helping you express suppressed emotions from the impacts of abuse and trauama
- exploring positive ways for overcoming any trauma you’ve experienced and develop healthy coping stratagies
- helping you take the steps you need in order to take control of your life
- providing information about other community resources
Counselling appointments are:
- available in Orangeville, Shelburne and Bolton
- 1 hr long, usually up to 12 sessions
- supported by childcare on a limited basis
Group counselling and workshops will:
- help you realize you’re not alone; others share the same anxieties and difficulties.
- provide you with a sense of belonging and support.
- help you learn from the experience and growth of others.
- provide education and information to help you grow and improve the quality of your relationships.
- cover topics including
- healthy relationships;
- childhood sexual abuse;
- healthy dating;
- creative self-discovery;
- trauma and its impact;
- building self-esteem; and others.
Please click HERE for information on what to expect as a group participant.