Call WCC: 519-669-8651 | Waterloo Region 24/7 Crisis Line: 1-844-437-3247 info@woolwichcounselling.org

Anxiety and Depression

Whether coping with anxiety, depression or other emotional problems, Woolwich Counselling is here to help.  With a professional team of counsellors, we offer a variety of services and programs.

Family Therapy

Struggling with family issues?  We provide assistance with communication, conflict, parenting concerns, establishing boundaries … to name a few.  Woolwich Counselling has the expertise to assist every member of your family.

Individual Child Therapy and Workshops

Our very reputable child therapy program includes two specially equipped child therapy rooms.  Woolwich Counselling has specifically trained child and youth therapists on staff.

Adolescent Challenges

Woolwich Counselling provides counselling for youth related concerns at the counselling centre and within the local high school and grade schools.  A broad range of psychological issues can be addressed including family conflict, sexuality, establishing healthy boundaries, self-harming behaviours, social anxiety etc.   

Mental health support at your fingertips!

We know isolation and social distancing can be hard and we’re here to help by offering complimentary counselling sessions via phone and video chat – completely free of charge until April 5th. To book your free session, please call (519) 519-669-8651. 

Woolwich Counselling and the Counselling Collaborative of Waterloo Region (www.counsellingwr.ca) have partnered with the Local Health Integration Network to provide free counselling sessions via phone or video chat until April 5th.

Please note, sessions via phone or video are for those seeking support for mild to moderate symptoms of anxiety, depression and stress.  For those experiencing severe symptoms or in crisis please contact Here 24/7 at 1-884-437-3247 (Here247).

About Woolwich Counselling

  • Provides professional counselling services for individuals, couples and families
  • Reputable child and youth counselling, play therapy and group programming
  • Outreach supports to the commmunity
  • Non-profit – fees are geared to income

The well-being of our clients, staff and visitors at Woolwich Counselling Centre, as well as our community at large, is of utmost importance to us. We have been monitoring the situation with COVID-19 and are working from recommendations from Public Health agencies. We have made the decision to suspend face-to-face sessions and replace these with telephone sessions as appropriate. There will be no cost for phone appointments which is being covered by the LHIN. As of March 19, 2020, WCC doors will be locked, however staff will be monitoring the phones and emails. If you are interested in counselling, please call our office at 519-669-8651 or email info@woolwichcounselling.org. All scheduled groups and workshops are cancelled until further notice. We are also using this time to explore other options such as video counselling and webinars and will provide updates as other options become available. Times like these can be stressful and anxiety provoking. However, it is important to continue to stay connected and take care of one another. We are here to help through this crisis – please reach out!

 

Woolwhich Counselling Center (WCC) is continuing to promote and build an inclusive environment. Our employees possess diversity awareness skills and our updated policies and procedures (approved by the Board of Directors) support acceptance, diversity, and inclusion. We are striving toward increasing cultural competance through ongoing education which will continue to instill a set of attitudes, skills, and behaviors that enables WCC to work effectively in cross-cultural situations. 

Our inclusive workplace is an environment that values individual and group differences. Our employees, clients, and board members possess a diversity of backgrounds and perspectives which contributes to a growth and richness of talent, innovation and creativity within the agency. It is our continued goal that diverse employees, board members, and clients feel valued, welcome, integrated, and included; all individuals have equal access to opportunities. At WCC there is also open communication and information sharing as well as shared accountability and responsibility. 

WCC will continue to promote an inclusive environment through ongoing diversity training and workshops within the organization as well as demonstrated equitable treatment of all employees. 

 

Woolwhich Counselling Center (WCC) is continuing to promote and build an inclusive environment. Our employees possess diversity awareness skills and our updated policies and procedures (approved by the Board of Directors) support acceptance, diversity, and inclusion. We are striving toward increasing cultural competance through ongoing education which will continue to instill a set of attitudes, skills, and behaviors that enables WCC to work effectively in cross-cultural situations. 

Our inclusive workplace is an environment that values individual and group differences. Our employees, clients, and board members possess a diversity of backgrounds and perspectives which contributes to a growth and richness of talent, innovation and creativity within the agency. It is our continued goal that diverse employees, board members, and clients feel valued, welcome, integrated, and included; all individuals have equal access to opportunities. At WCC there is also open communication and information sharing as well as shared accountability and responsibility. 

WCC will continue to promote an inclusive environment through ongoing diversity training and workshops within the organization as well as demonstrated equitable treatment of all employees. 

YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT IS A GIFT TO OUR COMMUNITY

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