Trauma Counselling Program

Registered clinical counsellors utilize evidence-based approaches to assist individuals to reduce and or resolve the negative impacts of trauma.

Address / Contact Info

North Island Survivors' Healing Society
Campbell River, BC

Hours of Operation

Regular hours: Regular weekday business hours and some early evening appointments.

Walk-in hours: Not available.

Amenities

Can I bring my child?: no

Service Details

Program fee notes: User fee, third party billing
Referral criteria: Self or professional referrals. Open to all ages over 5.
How to apply: Potential client or guardian contact the Society directly.
Wait list (weeks): 3
Accepting new patients / clients: Accepting new clients
Languages spoken: English, French

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Other Programs from This Organization

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Addictions Integrated Counselling Program Professional individual counseling is offered for women who are survivors of abuse-related trauma and in early stage recovery from addictions.
Facilitated Group/workshop Program Professionally facilitated groups and workshops that address healing from various forms of violence and abuse are offered to residents of Campbell River and area.
Men's Counselling Program Professional individual counseling is provided for men who are survivors of physical and/or sexual abuse and neglect.
North Island Survivors’ Healing Society The North Island Survivors’ Healing Society is committed to providing professional counselling programs and services that address the psychological needs of individuals who are affected by trauma and abuse.
Trauma and Abuse Counselling Centre The North Island Survivors’ Healing Society is committed to providing professional counselling programs and services that address the psychological needs of individuals who are affected by trauma and/or abuse.

This program was last updated on 12 Jul 2017.