Going to counselling may feel like a big step, but we’ve made accessing counselling easier. You can just walk in for a session during our hours of service – no appointment is needed. And your first appointment is free!
Often, just one session may be enough to help you think more clearly and work through your own solution when you are feeling stuck. Our mental health therapists can help you understand your situation better and figure out ways to move successfully through it.
Drop in during our hours of service:
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays
10 AM – 7 PM
No matter what you’re going through, please know that help is available. Just stop by to talk! Most of our clients feel better only after one session.
Our counselling is goal-oriented and solution-focused. It means that you will create a plan for the change that you wish to see in your life with the help of a mental health therapist.
We provide counselling for a wide range of topics including:
Anyone aged 16 or over can attend counselling; no referrals or appointments are needed.
Children under 16 can attend with their parents’ consent but parents must attend a session first before bringing their children. We will not see children for the first session, even when the counselling is for them.
Your first session is free of charge.
Following appointments are $180 per session. Subsidized counselling is available. We will determine your fee after your first session.
If you have insurance or extended health benefits, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We don’t take appointments for counselling. Just stop by during our hours of service. If you need a follow-up appointment, you can book it directly with the therapist at the end of your first session.
Yes. We will have multiple mental health therapists available during our hours of service.
Everyone is seen on a first come, first served basis. There are several mental health therapists available at all times, but sometimes they may all be with clients and you may not be seen right away.
Be prepared to wait and bring something, such as a book, to pass your time. In a very rare case that you cannot be seen that day, we will let you know as soon as you arrive.
When you arrive, you will be welcomed by a receptionist. They will let you know when you can see a mental health therapist. If this time works for you, you will be asked to complete forms that help the therapist to understand which issue you would most like to address at your session.
You will be seen in the order in which you arrive.
Your session is 50 minutes in length. The therapist will focus on your strengths and abilities to help you create a plan for the change you most want in your life. Our counselling is solution-focused and goal-oriented.
If you need to book a follow up appointment, you can do so directly with the therapist at the end of your session. We will also confirm your fee for follow-up appointments.
Maybe. Please check with your provider to see if you are eligible. Please email us at email@example.com if you plan to use your benefits for counselling.
Children under 16 years old can see a mental health therapist with their parents’ consent, but parents must attend a session first before bringing their children. We don't seee children for the first session, even when the counselling is for them. We don’t offer childcare but do have a small play area at the reception.
Yes. You can book a follow-up appointment with the therapist at the end of your session and you will be guaranteed to work towards your goal with the same therapist. We will assess your fee for subsequent appointments after your first session.
If you accessed counselling once and later on want to seek counselling again, you can walk in during the hours of service and your first appointment will be free.