Counselling Services


Counselling Orillia, Orillia Therapist, Mental Health Counselling, Therapy Orillia

Individual Counselling

Individual counselling provides opportunities to process your experiences in a space that is trustworthy and honest. This could include strengthening strategies for managing anxiety, depression, navigating a life transition, or finding ways to create a sense of peace and balance in your life. Whatever you are experiencing; individual counselling will provide mindful opportunities to move toward your own vision of wellness. 

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Couples Therapist Orillia, Couples Therapy, Marriage Counselling, Couples Counselling Orillia

Couples Counselling

Life transitions, age, time, and stress can all take a toll on the way we connect with others. Couples counselling can provide opportunities to increase meaningful connections with our partners. This connection can lead to increased generosity, trust, and intimacy, and decreased feelings of isolation within relationships. When acceptance and closeness are fostered in relationships, we are able to be our best selves. 

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Counselling Orillia, Orillia Therapist, Nature Therapy, Psychotherapist Orillia

Therapy in the Outdoor Office 

Spending time in nature can have a powerful impact on our mood, our ability to feel grounded, and our connection with mind, body and spirit. Walking while doing therapy creates a peaceful environment, with exposure to natural light, and incorporates benefits of activity and movement while strengthening mental health. We will meet for our initial session in the (inside) office to ensure therapy in this setting is a good fit, and to talk about things like confidentiality (privacy), safety, and planning for therapy out on the tranquil trails of Simcoe County. Learn More about Walk and Talk Therapy. 

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Therapy First Responders, PTSD Therapy, Therapy for Military, Trauma Therapy

Counselling for Trauma & Vicarious Trauma

First responders, caregivers, and helping professionals spend their lives protecting, providing support, and journeying with people through the most difficult and vulnerable moments of their lives. Sometimes this compassion and generosity of spirit can lead to symptoms of trauma and vicarious trauma, emotional exhaustion, and compassion fatigue. Find ways to process traumatic experiences, to reconnect with your sense of self and your sense of purpose, and continue to find passion and meaning in your life and in your work. 

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About Allison Clark MSW, RSW