How to come see us
The Peoples' Counselling Clinic is a registered non-profit, community based, pro-bono mental health clinic that provides direct services and public education focused on issues of trauma, race, sex and gender. We work with under-served populations including victims and perpetrators of sexual and intimate partner violence using a forensic mental health approach to practice. We have partnered with various Justice and community agencies to offer assessments, counselling, and case management services to people of all genders, although our focus has been on male-identified individuals.
We are currently accepting intakes but our in-person services have been closed due to COVID-19. We are focusing on forensic clients, and especially those at risk of perpetrating domestic and sexual violence. Service providers or self-referring clients are asked to contact our Clinic Manager, James Dubé at:
Please see our letter to clients here:
A “teaching clinic”. services are delivered by counselling professionals and students in a professional, supervised environment.
We offer service in the following areas:
We provide a confidential, supportive and safe space to help people heal and grow. Please contact us if you would like to know more.
PLEASE NOTE: OUR ENTRANCE IS IN THE BACK OF THE BUILDING. THERE IS ALSO A SUITE 200 AT THE FRONT OF THE BUILDING. NOT US!!!
THE PEOPLES' COUNSELLING CLINIC
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