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What a difference an hour makes. In sixty minutes the thoughts and emotions that lead to our actions (good and bad) are given a place to be heard and healed.  Counselling is a safe space where the client is able to go through a therapeutic, healing process. The counsellor gently guides the client as they share their experiences and work towards life solutions.

Hope House is a place where healing comes from being heard, where growth and insight comes from shared experiences and where children, teens and adults are given a place to learn how to flourish.

The Hope House qualified lay counsellors are a team of people dedicated to seeing others grow and heal.

Who needs counselling?

We all do. No matter what our experiences or challenges we can all benefit from the opportunity to work through our most formative relationships, our hopes, desires and loss.

However sometimes our life experiences can be so extreme and shocking that we may ask, “Who could I ever tell this story to?” Counsellors are trained to hear your story without judgement and to provide a safe environment for you to share your trauma, loss or shame. An experienced counsellor has heard stories far worse than yours.

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What kind of Counselling is offered?

Hope House offers counselling to individuals who are grieving a loss, going through divorce or addiction. We offer couples and family counselling. Hope House works extensively with adolescents and children, so we focus on a method called ‘play therapy’ that works well with these groups.

We are one of the few counselling centres that counsels children as young as 3 around issues caused by divorce, death and other challenges.

Clients are offered sessions of one hour in length, these sessions are in return for a donation of the client’s choice made to Hope House.

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