Individuals, couples, and families face times in their life when they are not able to resolve issues alone. Asking for help is actually a sign of great strength! Often a sense of relief comes after just one session.
If you’re thinking about counselling, why wait?
Family Service Thames Valley provides accessible and affordable, mental health, trauma, and wellness counselling and psychotherapy to individuals, couples, families in London-Middlesex.
If you are looking for welcoming and professional support to help you make sense of life’s daily challenges or more unique struggles, we can help.
Our roster of clinicians provide a wide range of therapeutic programs and services offered confidentially in a compassionate and non-judgemental way. We work with individuals across the lifespan of every gender, sexual orientation, and cultural background.
Where We Can Help
Amid the many challenges you may be faced with, we can assist with issues such as, but not limited to:
“Through counselling, I could express myself without the fear of being judged. My counsellor was an excellent listener and very empathic.”Community Counselling Program Participant
Counselling for Children
Children and youth are finding themselves under more pressure than before. Counselling can be beneficial for a variety of challenges:
- Low self-esteem
If you are seeking counselling for a child aged 6-11 years old, please sign the consent form below.
Once complete, email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and phone number.
Why choose Family Service Thames Valley?
Our clinicians are Masters level prepared and held to professional standards of practice. We provide clinical supervision to support and grow the capabilities of every clinician.
Our governance and operational practices meet or exceed the high standards set by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation.
We are represented at community planning, coordinating and situation tables including:
- Strategic Direction Council
- London Middlesex Addictions and Mental Health Network
- London Coordinating Council to End Women Abuse
- Health and Homelessness tables
- Social Services Community Partner Network