Trauma Therapy Program
The Trauma Therapy Program provides therapy to individuals of any age and families who have experienced trauma. Our Trauma Therapists use a variety of modalities, such as art, play and cognitive behavioural therapies, found to be essential when working with people who are healing from trauma.
Sessions are $120 per hour. Although this is a fee-for-service program, funding is often available through sources such as the BC Crime Victim Assistance Program (we bill directly) and through Extended Health Benefits. Please contact us to explore your funding options.
If you are a victim, an immediate family member of a victim or a witness affected by a violent crime, you may be eligible for BC CVAP. To make an application, please fill out the BC CVAP application form: for victims, for immediate family members, for witnesses. Your counsellor can also help you fill out the form during your initial appointment.
Self-referrals can be made by contacting our Clinical Manager. Referrals can also be made by the Ministry of Child and Family Development, Victim Services, police, school counsellors, family doctors and other professionals.
Counselling Program for Children and Youth
The Counselling Program for Children and Youth is a low-cost counselling service for individuals up to the age of 24 who experience mild to moderate symptoms of anxiety or depression, stress, or interpersonal challenges. Clinical services are provided by Master’s level counselling students who are supervised by a registered counselling professional .
A nominal fee of $25 per hour may be required for service. Income generated from these fees goes directly back into enhancing the services offered to our clients. This is a student-counselling program and is not covered by third party insurance.
Consideration is given to those in financial need, and a limited number of free spaces are reserved for these individuals/families. In order to determine eligibility for fee consideration, please contact us to discuss.
Individuals/families can self-refer by contacting our Clinical Manager; or referrals can be made through the Ministry of Child and Family Development, Victim Services, police, school counsellors, family doctors and other professionals.
Sexual Abuse Support Services
Sexual Abuse Support Services (SASS) is a confidential counselling program funded by the Ministry of Children and Family Development. The SASS program provides professional counselling, education and support for children and youth, up to the age of 19, who have experienced sexual abuse and sexual assault. This program offers free, confidential, short- and long-term counselling for children, youth and families in Langley.
Our clinical counsellors practice a variety of modalities (e.g., art, play and cognitive behavioural) found to be beneficial when working with children and youth who are healing from sexual abuse or who display sexualized behaviours.
Children, youth and families can self-refer by contacting our clinical counselling office; or referrals can be made through the Ministry of Child and Family Development, Victim Services, police, school counselors, family doctors and other professionals.
Method of Payment: Fees are due at the end of each session and can be paid by cash, Interac Flash or credit card (VISA, Mastercard or AMEX).
Cancellation Policy: We require 24 hours’ notice for cancellation of a session. Should you provide less than 24 hours’ notice, you will be responsible to pay the full fee.