Our counselling services are available to individuals, couples and families who wish to make positive changes in their lives.
We believe everybody goes through difficult times and also that everyone has the potential to change and grow.
Counselling can help by providing a safe place for you to learn new ways to cope, heal from abuse and navigate through life changes. It can support healthy, strong relationships with your children and the adults in your life.
Our experienced counsellors practise a strength-based, holistic approach. Our work builds on your strengths and support systems.
We believe you know yourself best. Understanding your goals and the challenges you face is important to us. We will respect your values and work with you to meet your goals. Your counsellor may also refer you to other services in the community.
What to expect
The issues people talk about are as unique as each person.
Anxiety, depression, grief, relationship break up, sexual or physical abuse, self-esteem, anger, life resentments, divorce, witnessing a traumatic event and relationship concerns with other family members, partners and children are just a few examples.
All counsellors are members of a professional association. Family Dynamics adheres to the Code of Ethics of the Canadian Association of Social Workers.
“I trust my counsellor implicitly and we have developed a very good working relationship. My counsellor has seen me through more difficulty than anyone can imagine” – anonymous client
How to apply
Call our Intake Counsellor at 204-947-1401 from Monday – Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
All fees are based on a sliding scale which takes into account your income and family size. We recognize that many families cannot afford the full cost of counselling. Thanks to the generous financial support of United Way Winnipeg, other funders and private donations, your counselling fee can be subsidized. We will not refuse service to anyone because of inability to pay.
- United Way of Winnipeg
- Manitoba Justice
- Manitoba Family Services and Labour
- Manitoba Education