Youth & Teen Counselling

Being a youth or teenager can be incredibly hard. There is so much to navigate - life, decisions, school, family, pressure, expectations, and so much more. If you are a teenager or parent of a teenager, we are here to help. Counselling can help with these difficulties and problems. 
 

A youth or teenager is considered someone between the ages of 12 to 24 years old. 

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Individual
Counselling

 

This looks like the youth/ teen coming to counselling by themselves with the counsellor. Parents may come to counselling sessions if the youth/ teen is okay with this from time to time.

 

Sessions Offered In Person or Virtually 

Family at home

Family Counselling
 

This looks like a youth/ teen attending counselling with one member of their family, sibling, or parents. This may involve having some sessions with the youth/ teen alone and some with parents/ siblings alone

 

 

Sessions Offered In Person or Virtually 

Common Problems
We Help

ADHD

Anxiety

Autism

Behaviour Issues

Bullying

Depression

Eating Issues

Eating Disorders

Learning Disabilities

Oppositional Deviance Disorder (ODD)

School Issues

Self Esteem

Self Harm

Suicidal Thoughts

Issues with Friends

Issues with Parents

Kinds of Therapy We Use

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

  • Dialectical Behavioural Therapy

  • Narrative Therapy

  • Mindfulness

  • Cognitive Processing Therapy

  • Solution Focused Therapy

  • Trauma Informed Therapy

  • Family Based Therapy/ Maudsley Approach

  • Functional Family Therapy

Contact us

info@sarahterwilligar.com  /  Tel. 613-285-4265

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Youth Counseling

Being a teenager is hard. We are here to help.