Are you currently suffering from depression, anxiety, or other mental health difficulties?
You don't need to suffer alone. We can help.
Our counselling sessions are typically 45 minutes long (unless otherwise specified) and begin with an initial consultation. The background information provided in your first session will assist in the development of a unique and comprehensive treatment plan, utilizing various psychological therapeutic interventions. No previous counselling experience or knowledge is necessary to benefit from our services.
We look forward to working with you on your personal journey to improving your quality of life.
Where: Available at both our Fort Erie and St. Catharines locations. Services are available to residents in Ontario, Alberta, and Nova Scotia.
How: In-person, phone, and video appointments are available. Our administrative staff will confirm your preference before your first appointment.
Who: We provide counselling services to children (6 and up) through to adulthood for individuals and couples.
Price: Prices range from $100 to $220 per session depending on the staff member. Extended health benefits may cover a portion or all of your treatment. Please call for pricing inquiries.
We'll be happy to answer any questions you have about our counselling process including rates, insurance questions, and more.
Need someone to talk to? Our weekly one-on-one counselling program can help.
Services are provided by a Master's level practicum student supervised by a psychologist. In-person and virtual (phone and video) sessions are available.
Where: Skerrett Psychology Fort Erie office.
When: Two Fall Session Start Dates:
Price: Reduced fee of $100 per session.
Please contact our office with any questions, to register, and to determine program eligibility.
We help children and adolescents experiencing social, cognitive, emotional, and behavioural difficulties that are interfering with their daily lives and/or development.
We'll individualize your child's/adolescent's treatment based on their understanding and engagement in counselling. As they age, our sessions aim to support their growing self-sufficiency and desire for independence which will be reflected in treatment strategies and goals.
We utilize a combination of expressive techniques, play and narrative therapy, and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to suit their needs. We also provide expertise to parents on the best approaches to support and manage their child’s/adolescent's psychological and behavioural challenges.
Through close collaboration and support from parents, we will help your child/adolescent on their unique journey to personal growth and success.
Below are some examples of possible difficulties your child/adolescent may be facing at home, school, and beyond:
Feeling isolated? Join one of our groups to connect with peers and gain confidence!
Counselling is about talking about feelings. It's okay to talk about feelings! Did you know that talking about the way you think can change the way you feel?
If you do you should talk about it with someone.
One of our trusted counsellors! They'll keep your secrets and help you feel better.
If you're currently in crisis and need help, please call 911 or visit your local emergency department.
COAST Niagara (available 24/7): 1-866-550-5205, Ext.1
Distress Centre of Niagara (available 24/7):
Kids Help Phone (available 24/7):
The Government of Canada website provides several resources to those struggling with suicidality including supports to contact, materials to read, and crisis centres in Canada.