The following agencies provide counselling services to individuals and families coping with a wide variety of issues. Many agencies use a sliding scale to determine fees and try to accommodate individuals.
Catholic Family Services
Counselling is a personal and confidential therapy process designed to assist individuals, couples, or families make the changes in their lives for which they seek counselling services. Counsellors are professional with relevant academic degrees, training, and experience. Catholic Family Services provides the following types of counselling:
- Separation and Divorce
- Educational and Counselling Groups
For more information, please contact Catholic Family Services at 306-525-0521 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ehrlo Counselling Services
Ehrlo Counselling Services (ECS) provides a variety of counselling, psychological assessment, training and consultation services to community members, Employee Family Assistance Plan members (EFAP), organizations, and companies. We provide flexible appointment times and a quick response to referral requests.
For more information, please contact Ehrlo Community Services at 306-751-2467.
Families in Transition Program
The Regina Open Door Society's Families in Transition program offers immigrants and refugees counselling, workshops/presentations and connections to community and government services. For more information, please call 306-352-3500.
Family Service Regina
Counsellors at Family Service Regina deal with a wide range of issues. We have counsellors who specialize in a number of different areas, which include:
- supporting individuals, couples, and families with relationship issues
- working with children with behavioral and emotional problems
- assisting persons with depression and anxiety disorders
- supporting people through loss and grief
- working with victims of childhood sexual/physical abuse and trauma
- guiding parents in dealing with parent-child conflicts
Family, couple, individual and/or group therapy may be used to address issues such as:
- relationship building
- parent-teen conflict
- anger and stress reduction
- sexual abuse
- compulsive disorders
- managing depression
- grief and bereavement issues
- conflict resolution
- separation and loss
- emotional trauma
- anxiety disorders
- relaxation techniques
- coping skills around maintaining self-esteem
- managing change
This is not a comprehensive list of issues but provides a general idea of the concerns presented.
During the past year, over 80% of people were accommodated who needed counselling. Others were referred to more suitable community services in Regina. With new practices for intake, an increase in priority counselling spots, and appropriate referrals, we strive to create an increased managability regarding the waiting period for appointments.
For more information, please contact Family Service Regina at 306-757-6675, or by email at email@example.com.
Four Directions Community Health Centre
Sunrise Health Program
The staff of Public Health nurses provide health talks, home visits, counselling, referrals and client advocacy for community residents. Services include:
- lifestyle presentations on stress, nutrition, quitting smoking, fetal alcohol syndrome disorder
- diabetes support group
- immunization and disease prevention
- parenting and child safety information and support.
For more information about the program, please call 306-766-7540.
Addiction Recovery Services
- Addictions Counsellor are available for free, private, and confidential services by drop-in or by appointment.
- The Addicitons Recovery Group is a drop-in support group for anyone to talk about thier recovery journey. Avaiable one afternoon at Four Directions & one afternoon at the Albert Scott Centre
For more information or to make an appointment, please call 306-766-7547
Mental Health and Addictions Services (RQHR)
Mental Health & Addiction Services is one of the largest departments in the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region spanning inpatient and community-based services, in both urban and rural locations. The Regina General Hospital is home to two state of the art inpatient mental health units, a 50 bed Adult Inpatient Unit and a 10 bed Adolescent Psychiatry Unit. The adult unit is complemented by a variety of adjunctive therapies and outpatient programs that provide innovative alternatives to inpatient care.
Supporting these units in the community are the Adult Mental Health Clinics and Child and Youth Services offering comprehensive general support services as well as specialized programs.
Regina Palliative Care Inc. & Greystone Bereavement Centre
RPCI supports and enhances palliative care and bereavement programs delivered in the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region. For information on the programs, contact Palliative Care Services at 306-766-2300.
Bereavement programs and services are offered at the Greystone Bereavement Centre. There are counsellors on site who provide individual counselling as well as other grief support activities. To learn more about the current bereavement support groups and activities at the Greystone Bereavement Centre as well as Caring Hearts Camp, visit the website.
Please contact the Greystone Bereavement Centre at 306-523-2781.
The Caring Place
The Caring Place is a registered non-profit charitable organization, based in Regina, Saskatchewan. Since 1992, the Caring Place has been committted to providing professional ethical, and confidential conseling to the Regina and area communities. Clientele includes individuals, couples, and families from many different races, religions and socio-economic groups. Counselors work from a Christian faith perspective and seek to provide a place of safety where people of all ages and backgrounds can come to receive help in their time of need.
For more information, please call 306-347-CARE (2273), or call toll free 1-877-522-7464.
University of Regina Counselling Services
The University of Regina provides free individual and group counselling services to students, faculty and staff of the University. Please visit the website for more information about services offered. Counselling is provided for personal, study, and career issues.
To meet with a counsellor or to register for a workshop or group program, please call 306-585-4491 or drop by the Riddell Centre, Room 251 at the University of Regina.