Counselling can help you to live the life you want—no matter the challenges you may be facing.
If you are experiencing concerns in these areas, we can help:
- Trauma and PTSD
- Eating Issues
- Body Image
- Substance Use
- Life Transitions
- Blended Families
- Domestic Violence
- Chronic Pain
- Health Concerns
- Decision Making
- Sexual Abuse
- Learning Difficulties
- Attentional Challenges
- Behaviour Concerns
- Child Development
- Career Guidance
- Grief & Loss
Kells therapists provide an open, supportive, and confidential environment for you to address your concerns. Kells provides therapy services for children, teens, and adults. Counselling is delivered in individual, couples, family, and group therapy. At Kells, counselling is provided by Registered Psychologists, Provisional Psychologists, Interns, and Mental Health Therapists.
Kells supports a Student Clinic in partnership with Kinnections Community Wellness. Learn more here.
We asked our clients and they told us their experience at Kells has been:
- “Life changing”
Counselling is always individualized. You and your therapist will establish goals for your counselling and determine the steps you will take to get there. Together, you and your therapist will find out what you are comfortable with and what works for you. In therapy, you will gain greater self-awareness and learn new strategies, new ways of thinking, and new perspectives.
Talking is an important part of therapy, however, therapy is not just about talking. The therapeutic process includes how you share your feelings and experiences, how you experience therapeutic activities, and how you relate to your counsellor. This process is important and provides a unique and effective way to promote change in how you interact with others, yourself, and the world.
As the client, you are in charge of your therapy. Counselling is a collaborative process where you and your therapist will work together. Your therapist may assign homework: tasks to practice, worksheets to complete, journaling, or a book to read. These activities help you apply or test what you’ve learned in session, in order to initiate change in your life.
Depending on your specific needs, therapy may be short or long term. Therapy usually takes the form of regular sessions that are weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. Some clients may return periodically to check-in with their therapist if they notice symptoms or patterns returning, or if they experience an unexpected life change.
Several of Kells’ psychologists are trained in Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR), an effective therapy for treating trauma, anxiety, grief, and eating disorders, among other concerns. All Kells therapists who provide EMDR are certified and trained. For more information see Trauma Recovery.
For more information about the cost of counselling call 780-430-4769 or go to our rates page. Come see us at our Edmonton Counselling office in Summerside!
Taking the Guess Work Out of Picking a Therapist
At Kells we recognize that finding a good fit with a therapist is important, but “shopping around” for a therapist can be stressful, time-consuming, and expensive! Our intake process matches you with an appropriate therapist after a phone or email conversation. This takes the guess-work out of finding the right therapist for you! We match you with a therapist that can address your needs, preferences, and schedule. Our intake manager has over 10 years of experience matching clients with therapists. This helps you to have the best possible experience and get into see a therapist when you want.
Call 780-430-GROW (4769) or visit our Book an Appointment page to be matched with a therapist and on your way to wellness.