New (FREE) groups for January 2020 (in Surrey), Family Clinic (in Vancouver) and SOLUTIONS Clinic (in Surrey)
One-time Therapy Session by Appointment
DO YOU FEEL STUCK AND NEED SOMEONE TO TALK TO, but may not need regular counselling sessions?
Our counsellors (clinical counsellors, clinical social workers or intern counsellors/social workers on practicum) are trained to help.
· One-time session, with option to be referred for longer-term therapy or referrals to other community resources
· $20 for up to a 45-minute session
· For assistance with mental health concerns, family issues, relationship difficulties, life stress, work-related matters
· For clients aged 13 and over
Newton, Surrey, BC
To book an appointment contact firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call 778-321-3054
For more information on our low-barrier, community-based services visit mffs.ca
Family Therapy Clinic (in Vancouver)
The Family Therapy Training Clinic is a community program that offers professional counselling services for families facing relational challenges such as, but not limited to:
- Child and adolescent issues,
- Relationship conflict and transition, and
- Complications arising from physical and/or mental illness
Services are $5 per session (1 hour) and families have up to 8 sessions to work with the therapists.
The Centre is staffed by counsellors who are completing their Masters internship in Clinical Psychology. Supervision is provided by an Approved Clinical Supervisor of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Counselling sessions will be at the John Howard Society, 3360 Fraser St, Vancouver, on Mondays from 5:00 – 9:00 pm. If you are interested please contact: Soo Sen or Celine at the email or phone number below:
 Families are any combination of two or more persons who are bound together over time by ties of mutual consent, birth and/or adoption or placement and who, together, assume responsibilities for variant combinations of some of the following:
- Physical maintenance and care of group members
- Addition of new members through procreation, or adoption
- Socialization of children
- Social control of members
- Production, consumption, distribution of goods and services
- Affective nurturance – love
Our definition of family is deliberately broad to ensure that it captures all families and family experiences. It is a functional definition of family that focuses on relationships and roles – what families do, not what they look like. (The Vanier Institute of the Family)
Moving Forward Family Services is the Western Canada partner