Counselling is a process in which an individual and his/her therapist work together to understand, and bring new light, to the client's experiences. Individuals often seek therapy to attend to a variety of challenges, ranging from day-to-day life trials or life-changing tribulations.
It is very important for you to feel a connection with your therapist. Counselling should be a safe place, where you can let your guard down and be your true self. When you are comfortable with the therapist and counselling environment, you are more likely to explore your feelings and work through challenging topics.
Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association: Counselling Definition
Our emotional well-being is vital to living a happy and fulfilling life. Counselling is a great way to facilitate growth and healing, and can address topics such as...
Loss and Bereavement
Counselling can assist an individual assess his or her current circumstances and develop new perspectives on past experiences. With the help of a professional therapist, an individual can develop positive strategies for working through troubling circumstances.
K. Chambers Counselling offers both short-term and long-term counselling. The length of counselling will be assessed with your counsellor and is dependent on what brings you in to counselling. Some factors that may be important to consider include:
-how often you are able to meet with your counsellor
-whether or not you have insurance coverage for the service being provided
-what you are attending counselling for
-the results you’re seeking from the counselling process
For the best outcome, it is recommended that you meet with your counsellor once per week.
The initial intake session is scheduled for 60 minutes. Following sessions are scheduled for 50 minutes.
Please contact us for fees.