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My new office is ready to welcome clients in person. It's an exciting step, and I hope my new workspace contributes positively to your counselling needs. I am offering both in-person and online counselling services. Meeting face-to-face can indeed enhance the therapeutic experience.  If you ever have questions or need support related to your counselling, don't hesitate to reach out. 

Wishing you success on your journey towards well-being!


Emma Hutchinson

"Sara is a kind, caring and empathetic counsellor. She brings with her years of experience working with youth and families and integrates multiple therapeutic approaches to help clients reach their goals."

Kate Pinsonneault

"Sara is a caring professional who enjoys working with teens. She has a good understanding of the challenges facing young people today. She is a compassionate listener and skilled at helping individuals overcome challenges and achieve their goals."

Individual Online Counselling $100.00/hour
Individual In-Person Counselling $130.00/hour
Coaching (Problem Solving) $100.00
Consultation (Consumer behaviour, Community Services, Education, Environmental, Industrial Organization) $100.00/hour
Assessment/ Screening $150.00 

  1. Patience: Counselling often takes time, and needing more than one session to see progress is normal. Be patient with yourself and the process.

  2. Prebooking: You can schedule multiple counselling sessions in advance, ensuring continuity in your therapeutic journey.

  3. Honesty: Open and honest communication with your counsellor is crucial. They can only help effectively when you're completely honest about your thoughts and feelings.

  4. First Session: The initial session is typically an opportunity for you and your counsellor to get to know each other and discuss the reasons for seeking counselling.

  5. Personalized Approach: Counselling is tailored to your specific needs. You can choose to vent, problem-solve, or use various counselling techniques based on your goals and preferences.

  6. Evidence-Based: Counsellors use approaches that are backed by research and have been shown to be effective in helping individuals with their mental health challenges.

  7. Termination: Many counsellors like to have a final session to conclude therapy, discuss progress, and wish you well in your continued journey.

  8. Independence: Ultimately, counsellors aim to empower you to apply what you've learned in your life independently. Their goal is for you to no longer need their services.

  9. Acceptance: You are encouraged to come to counselling just as you are. Counsellors are there to provide support and understanding without judgment.

  10. Discomfort: Counselling often involves confronting difficult emotions and patterns, and it's precisely through these uncomfortable moments that individuals can gain insight, develop coping skills, and ultimately experience personal growth. It's important to trust the process and continue attending sessions, even when it feels tough. Overcoming discomfort in therapy can lead to positive, transformative changes in one's life.

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