Individual, Couples, Families Counselling
Our team of professionals provides individual, family and/or couples counselling. Some of the reasons for accessing counselling services: Family conflict, Depression/Anxiety, Stress Management, Relationship Difficulties, Isolation, Divorce or Separation, Low Self-esteem, Grief and Loss, Family Violence.
FSCA Counselling is able to offer: In Person, Zoom, FaceTime or Phone sessions.
To book a counselling session:
For Individual or Couples – each person please click the 1st Green Button on the right hand side – complete a Counselling Intake & Pre Survey with COVID-19 screening – thank you
**FSCA Therapists provide counselling for children ages 6- 15 years
– Family counselling – the first session is Parent(s) only – attended by the biological Parent(s) and possibly support family such as step-parent(s)
– based on the first session discussion with the therapist it may be determined whether the next sessions continue as parent(s) only or if parent(s) and child may attend together.
Parents please click the First Green Button to complete Counselling Intake & Pre Survey
and the 2nd Green Button to complete the Children’s Intake & Pre Survey – for any child(ren) planning to attend session(s) – thank you
Session fee information is located at the bottom of this page.
Who is it for?
Individuals, couples and families. We see children with the appropriate consents of both parents
Family Services of Central Alberta
5409 50 Ave.
Monday and Tuesday 12:30pm-8:30pm.
Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 8:30am-4:30pm.
Agency closures and stat holidays apply.
Fees for sessions can be paid by: : eTransfer, Debit, Credit Card (over the phone or in-person), Cash
First Introduction Session $60.00
An opportunity to share your current situation & goal for therapy with a therapist.
Fees for further sessions are based on net family income:
Less than $3,000/month $ 60.00
Between $3,000 – $5,500/month $ 90.00
Above $5,500/month $120.00
Subsidized session(s) (funded by United Way) $ 30.00
Counselling Fee concerns can be discussed with either the Intake staff and/or the Therapist during session.