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April showers bring...

...well, in Newfoundland, who knows?!?

Some elements that are nice, some elements that are not so nice, but in spite of it all, we’ll make it through by supporting each other 😊

Let’s start with the not so nice…


FEE STRUCTURE CHANGES

Because of the wildly fluctuating prices of everything right now, starting April 11, there is going to be a change in our fee structure. This decision has not come lightly. As always, I’ve tried to keep changes as minimal as possible. Click here for more details.


- Monthly discounts are still available by purchasing a token card through the website

- Contracts through other 3rd party providers will still be honoured until current funding

runs out

- Low cost and free options will continue to be assessed on a person-to-person basis


Moving on to the nicer bits…


OFFICE OPTIONS

At long last, our Corner Brook office is open from Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 4:30 pm again by appointment only. I’m also taking bookings for Deer Lake on select weekends.

Again, if anything changes with the local COVID situation, our session options will change. We are only seeing individuals in person at this point, and we ask that you please continue to wear a mask and observe safe distancing while in the office.


APRIL IS COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY MONTH!

This month, the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association is celebrating the contributions of counsellors, counselling therapists and psychotherapists from coast to coast.

Tuesday, April 12th is Yellow Day. Help spread awareness and appreciation of our professions by finding something yellow and posting it on social media with the hashtag #accessmentalhealthcare 😊

For more information, please click here.


On a more personal note, I want to thank everyone who reached out to me in March when my family experienced the unexpected loss of a family member. I had no idea that so many of you knew this family member (this being Newfoundland, maybe I should have - seems as though everyone knows everyone else!). I truly appreciated the funny anecdotes and experiences you shared, or stories of how this family member helped you out in the past :) It wasn't a part of therapy, per se, and I have no idea how my more ethical-minded colleagues would interpret it. But again, this is Newfoundland :) I am positive that this family member would be honoured to be remembered in this way.


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