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family counselling


Your family can become a place of love, understanding, and support. 

Families can be complicated. While each family member brings unique strengths to the family unit, it can be hard to respect each other's different qualities. Since we have different personalities and sensitivities, each person can have a different way of viewing and responding to situations. It can be tough to express how you feel and what you need from your family, as we often fear how the others will react. It's even more difficult to balance your needs and wants with those of your family members. Family counselling can help you all get back on track.

Get help with:

  • Addiction & Substance Use
  • Blended Families
  • Boundaries
  • Conflict
  • Communication Issues
  • Divorce
  • Emotional Expression
  • Life Transitions & Stressors
  • Parenting



Counselling can help you and your family get back on the same page so you can journey through life together. You will learn how to communicate effectively and really understand and respect each other's perspectives. You will gain insight about each other's strengths and abilities, attachment needs and wants, and fears and worries. Your family can be your secure base, safe haven, and a place to feel loved, valued, and accepted for who you really are.

Common reasons that families attend counselling:

  • have a safe place to discuss private family matters
  • learn how to communicate more effectively
  • come together to manage life transitions & hardships
  • work through overwhelming emotions
  • learn tools to handle family conflicts
  • learn how to best support & comfort one another
  • have support during separation or blending of families
  • process addiction or substance abuse

Benefits of family counselling:

  • gain an understanding of the interaction cycle that gets in the way of your relationships & learn how to transform it
  • improve communication & emotional expression 
  • strengthen your connection with one another
  • have support to navigate life’s transitions & circumstances that are creating problems in family relationships
  • respectfully talk with each other about the things that really matter
  • gain an understanding of each others’ perspectives
  • really listen & be heard
  • manage anger & conflict
  • work through past hurts
  • learn how to work together as a team

     Families are the compass that guides us. They are the inspiration to reach great heights, and our comfort when we occasionally falter. - Brad Henry

Therapists who specialize in Family Counselling:

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Cristina Orobio

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Mikyla Cleary

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Samantha Naidu



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