613-371-6778

222 rue Prescott Street, #4, P.O. Box 1283

(2nd floor \ 2ième étage) Kemptville (ON)  

© 2019 The Lighthouse / Le Phare

“Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.”                                   —Khalil Gibran

The Lighthouse... 

 

Through counselling and psychotherapy, The Lighthouse in Kemptville offers you support, kindness and empathy to help you see more clearly in the difficult times you may be experiencing.

 

We serve a diversified clientele from Kemptville and the area who are dealing with problems or issues such as:

 

  • stress, depression, anxiety disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

  • difficulties with relationship, communication and self-assertion

  • life transitions (new parents, infertility, illness, bereavement, separation, divorce, career change)

  • self-knowledge and self-esteem

 

Individual counselling and psychotherapy services are offered by :

 

Natalie Carrière, MA, Registered Psychotherapist;

Alexia Jiménez, MA, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying);

Samantha Kosierb, MA, Registered Psychotherapist and Canadian Certified Counsellor; and

Brandi Spruit, MA, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying).

 

The Lighthouse offers you a secure environment to confide in someone and compassionate support to facilitate change in your life. We realize that it is not always easy to take the first steps, and we invite you to contact us for more information.

 

What is psychotherapy? 

 

In Ontario, psychotherapy is a controlled act, and is regulated by the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. The title "psychotherapist" is legally restricted. This means that only certain individuals are able to perform the act of psychotherapy, and can call themselves "psychotherapists". 

 

The official act of psychotherapy has been defined as, “the assessment and treatment of cognitive, emotional or behavioural disturbances by psychotherapeutic means, delivered through a therapeutic relationship based primarily on verbal or non-verbal communication”. (Psychotherapy Act, 2007, section 4)