Counselling

In addition to our onsite location, Family Transition Place has two satellite office locations, one in Shelburne at the Mel Lloyd Centre (Entrance B) and one location in Bolton at 18 King Street, unit D6, to better provide service to clients in those areas. For clients who have transportation issues and can’t get to any of the office locations, we do have a limited amount of financial resources to help transport clients to their appointments. Free child care is available but limited to certain days/times during the week.  Please inform the receptionist when booking appointments to ensure childcare is available.

 

Support is available through various programs. Please click the icons below for more information on these programs.

Individual & Group Counselling for Women

Clinical counsellors provide confidential, supportive and non-judgmental counselling by guiding women to develop skills and strategies to deal with the impact of abuse.

Sexual Assault Counselling

Immediate individual sexual assault counselling for all genders—16 years and older—helping individuals understand and work through the impact of recent or historical sexual abuse.

Child Witness Program

Workshops and counselling for children who have witnessed woman abuse.

Women Changing Paths

Supportive and non-judgmental counselling for women who are dealing with opiate/substance misuse, including women who are pregnant and/or parenting. Awareness, education and consultation on the issues of substance use also offered.

Outreach Services

Please click HERE for our outreach services.

Workshops for women, men and children

Discover strengths, learn new skills and regain control of your life.

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Men's Services

Support and referrals are available via our support line for men who have been involved with or impacted by family violence. 

Counselling for sexual assault survivors (all genders) is also available. Please click HERE for more information.

Caring Dads

A program to help fathers improve their relationships with their children by ending controlling and abusive behaviours towards their children’s mother.

Resources & Handouts

More information is available to support you after meeting with your counsellor.

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