Our Process - Core Counselling
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Our Process

Our counsellors approach client relationships with genuine, attentive, and open-hearted support.

We believe that therapy is a part of a healthy lifestyle. Life can get so busy so fast, we may feel emotions but have no time to see what is going on inside of us. Often, we push thoughts and emotions away because we don’t have time or don’t know what to do with them. This is normal, sometimes our hearts just need time and space to process what is going on in our lives, but we don’t know how or what to do. We get it. That is why, we need someone from time to time that processes life with us.

All of our therapists have been clients before, which is important because we have experienced both sides of the therapeutic relationship. This allows us to be professional and confidential yet relational.

Our desire is ultimately to equip clients with the tools to live a fuller life.

Getting therapy started:

  1. Either call, email, or use the live chat window (not yet initialized). Tell us a little bit about yourself and your concern. We will then set up a complimentary intake session. This session can either be in person or over video conferencing. The platform for use for online counselling is Zoom, which is HIPAA (the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) compliant and protects your confidentiality through an encrypted video link that we will provide for you that day of before your session.
  2. Our first session will focus on explaining the client-therapist rights and responsibilities such as consent to receive counselling and the perimeters of confidentiality. During this time, we will do an assessment and come up with a therapy plan that will be reevaluated after 10 sessions.
  3. While in therapy, you can always ask your therapist for additional resources such as books, worksheets, psychoeducational workshops or support groups.
  4. The duration of therapy depends on the individual and the nature of their concerns.

Looking for a change. Speak to a Core Counsellor today.