Therapy for Teens

Virtual across Ontario

Taking the first step towards therapy can feel daunting, but we’re here to support you every step of the way.

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192 Third ave.

Timmins, ON P4N 1C8 & Virtual across Ontario

(705) 221-7567

Open Hours

Mon – Fri — 10:00am – 7:00pm

Our Programs & Services

Therapy for Teens is an 8-week specialized program designed to address the diverse needs of adolescents aged 13 to 19. Whether your teen is dealing with academic stress, peer pressure, family conflicts, mental health issues, or any other challenges, our experienced therapists are here to help.

Our therapy services are with a Bilingual therapist and covered under most extended health benefits plans.

Build Confidence

Manage Emotions


Healthy Habits

Our Philosophy

Everything that you are and everything that you are going through is validated and accepted here.

As a family therapy clinic opperating from a family systems model, your therapist may recommend one or more family therapy sessions with your teen.

Through a collaborative approach, we work closely with both the teen and their family to develop a customized treatment plan that aligns with their goals and values.

We recognize the importance of family dynamics in a teen’s life. Our family therapy sessions promote open communication, strengthen relationships, and foster understanding among family members.

One of the Go-To Teen Therapists in Your Area.

We are a place for mental wellness and a place where you can find self-compassion and deeper self-understanding.

We support the LGBTQ community with: gender identity, sexual orientation, relationships, coming out, self-esteem, self-worth and more.

We are here to be a safe and non-judgemental space for you to be you. Just as you are.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know my teen needs therapy?

Counselling can help with a number of issues. If you are asking yourself this question then your teen is likely faces some challenges or changes or something is going on in your world that has led you to this page. If this is the case then reaching out for a free consultation with a therapist is your first step. During your consultation, you can share. abit about what you’re up against and ask any questions you might have about therapy and how it can help.

Can therapy help my teen with building confidence and self-esteem?

Absolutely! In therapy, teens are provided with a safe and non-judgmental space to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences. Through guided conversations and evidence-based techniques, therapists help teens identify and challenge negative self-beliefs and patterns of thinking. By fostering a sense of self-awareness and acceptance, therapy empowers teens to recognize their strengths, set achievable goals, and develop healthier coping mechanisms.

Will my parents find out what I talk about with my therapist?

What you share with your therapist is kept between you and your therapist. Your therapist is like a human diary that no one gets to read.  There are a few exceptions which are:

  1. Harm to self or others: If the therapist believes you might harm yourself or someone else, or if you are in danger they may need to tell someone who can help keep you or others safe.
  2. Abuse or neglect: If you are being hurt or neglected, therapists may need to report it to keep you safe.
  3. Medical emergencies: If you have a serious medical emergency during a session, the therapist may need to get you help quickly.
Is online therapy as effective as in person counselling?

Yes! Actualy, the number one predictor of therapeutic outcomes is the relationship between client and therapist regardless of whether or not you are in the same room or meeting online.

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Open Hours

Mon – Fri — 10:00am – 7:00pm