“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.”
— Helen Keller
We offer counselling and psychotherapy, neurofeedback and art therapy services for individuals, couples, families and groups.
Counselling and Psychotherapy
Our therapists can help you make a plan and work towards recovering your mental and emotional health; whether it's healing from trauma, increasing healthy coping skills to reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety, learning to better manage the effects of chronic or serious illness, parenting with more ease and improving the quality of your relationships; or even coping with loneliness or difficult events, and navigating change in your life. We welcome clients of all faiths and orientations.
Fees for our individual services range from $140 to $165 +HST per 50-minute appointment, and fees for couples' and family counselling are $175 +HST per regular 50-minute appointment. For more details on our fee schedule and policies, click here.
We offer in person sessions in Kemptville and Kingston, ON with virtual sessions available for all of Ontario.
** PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT PROVIDE EMERGENCY SERVICES. If you are in crisis, please call 911, or present at your nearest emergency room, or call your local crisis line.
We offer NeurOptimal® neurofeedback. NeurOptimal® is a gentle and non-invasive, advanced neurotechnology, that helps our brain regain its optimal functioning by developing flexibility and resilience. This process helps interrupt negative thought patterns, supports better focus and mental acuity, as well as help you get better sleep.
In addition to supporting peak performance in athletes, performing artist and professionals, it has been shown to help with depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, ASD, migraines, chronic pain management, and more.
NeurOptimal® can be a helpful addition to your therapy process, or on its own to support better functioning. Learn more about Neurofeedback here.
Art Therapy is a form of psychotherapy which combines art making with traditional talk therapy. Art is made in session or before a session. No previous art experience necessary!
Art can help you to express thoughts and feelings that would otherwise be difficult to articulate or talk about and it can help you visualize what is going on in your mind and make sense of it with the help of an art therapist. Meaning and insight uncovered in the art can help you to process difficult experiences and gain self-awareness and understanding.
Creating art relieves stress and increases confidence and self-esteem. Art therapy can help people to learn new ways to change their thinking patterns and behaviors.
Our art therapist will guide you through questions about your art to find meaning and insight uncovered in the art that can help you to process difficult experiences and gain self-awareness and understanding.
Art therapists undergo specific training, and the field of art therapy is a specialized form of psychotherapy that has been researched and proven effective for treating many different mental health issues.
Art therapists are registered with the Canadian Art Therapy Association and follow standards of practice.