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Counselling

Our counselling is person-centered, strengths-based, and trauma-informed.  Access to counselling is included for active participating members. Please see our membership page for details on how to access ARC programming. 

Individual Counselling

Counselling services are available to members at no additional cost. Some examples of areas covered in counselling include life transitions, communication skills, anxiety, depression, anger management, abuse, bullying and sexuality. Our counselling is person-centered, strength-based, and trauma-informed.

Group Counselling

Group counselling sessions are designed to encourage wellness by bringing together ARC members and providing a platform to participate, connect and support each other through shared and lived experiences in an inclusive setting where members will be encouraged to be themselves and share in a way that works for them. 

Parent Support Network

Parent Support Group is offered to parents and guardians on the third Wednesday evening of each month at the Autism Resource Centre or through a confidential video platform. The group offers support as well as education on topics of importance to families.

 

Before attending programs you will need to become a participating member. Check out our membership page for more details.

Support group

Thank you to the following partners for helping to make our high quality programming possible

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South Saskatchewan Community Foundation Logo
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