Community Counselling

Our Community Counselling program helps children, youth and their families understand, overcome and manage personal problems and/or mental health issues.

Type:

Family Therapy, Individual Therapy

Age:

12 – 18 years

Fees:

Free

Referral:

Referral required
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Eligibility:

Youth and their family members/caregivers

Languages offered:

English, Farsi, Dari

Location:

1200 Markham Road, Suite 200, Scarborough

Hours:

Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM

Contact us

Call our intake line at 416-438-3697 ext. 19055

Program focus: Abuse, Behaviour Difficulty, Mental Health

Our Community Counselling program helps children, youth and their families understand, overcome and manage personal problems and/or mental health issues. This might include feeling overwhelmed, anxious or depressed, dealing with trauma, addiction, behaviour issues, or conflicts in relationships with peers or within the family. This might include anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, behaviour issues, or conflicts in relationships and within the family.

The goal of community counselling is to provide therapy, either individually or with families/caregivers, to help the child, young person and/or family explore options, find solutions, develop coping strategies, identify strengths, locate information, provide resources and promote healing, resiliency and self-empowerment so the young person can be successful in their home, school and community.

Our staff are clinically trained in a variety of counselling styles and approaches. We will work with you to meet you where you’re at and to determine the best type of therapy for you.

What to expect?

In your first session you will learn about the service, get to know the therapist, we want to get to know you and what you may be struggling with, you can ask questions, see if we are a right fit for you, or if another program may be better suited to your needs

To learn more about some of the benefits and risks of counselling, visit our FAQ page!

You can also access our What’s Up Walk-In service and you feel you need longer term counselling, let the therapist know and they can direct you.

Referral details

Self-Referral: A youth or family can refer themselves to Community Counselling. Just ask to speak to our intake line. If a family or caregiver is calling on behalf of the youth, Intake will schedule a time to contact the youth to get verbal consent before continuing with the intake process.

Contact us

Call our intake line at 416-438-3697 ext. 19055

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