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Programs & Services
Beginning Thursday April 6, 2017
Surviving Childhood Sexual Abuse Together
A Support Group Journey for Couples
Starting Thursday April 6 from 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM ending Thursday, June 22.
To provide a support group for victims/survivors of sexual abuse and their supporting partners.This will be a non-threatening and confidential environment in which to share personal emotions and struggles. Participants will be able to understand and sense what survivors and partners are going through and discover healthy ways as a couple to work together toward emotional healing and wholeness.
Group Size: Limit of 4 couples
Location: The Caring Place 2146 Robinson St.
(Upstairs Board Room)
Cost: $600.00/couple ( approx.12 sessions two hours in length) Payable at the beginning of the first group session April 6.
Call our office to preregister 306.347.2273 or go to Couples Therapy Sexual Abuse Registration
Counselling services in Regina
We serve individuals, couples, families and groups – people dealing with personal issues such as:
- Marriage and family concerns
- Abuse and trauma
- Grief and crisis
- Depression and anxiety
- Conflict resolution
- Women’s and Men’s issues
- Pre-marital counselling
- Sexual harassment
- Mental and spiritual health issues
Special services include:
- Off-site counselling
- Professional development seminars
- Workshops for various groups
Full fee for our Master-prepared counsellors is $130 per 50-minute session.
If you cannot afford these fees, we will be happy to discuss our sliding scale with you.
Fairway Divorce Solutions
Divorce is a painful process and the traditional system makes it worse. Fairway Divorce Solutions is changing the way divorce happens by providing families with a comforting environment where they can make well-informed, life changing decisions.
Student Energy in Action for Regina Community Health
SEARCH is a student run interdisciplinary health care initiative situated in the North Central Community in Regina.
This student run initiative provides access to clinical and social services in an after-hours clinical setting. Students representing many disciplines are involved in SEARCH including; nursing, medicine, social work, health studies, kinesiology, clinical psychology, education, dental hygiene, physical therapy, human justice, Arts & Science, and others.
Students are currently co-operating with faculty members from the University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina, SIAST, First Nations University of Canada, with the represented colleges and also with community organizations.
Contact information: Amanda Kuchartz, Coordinator at 306.791.9888 or email.
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The Caring Place takes clients regardless of ability to pay.
As a result, many people who otherwise could not afford professional counselling find help at The Caring Place. Our Client Support Fund is currently running very low. So we need your help to help other people less fortunate!Donate Today