Wheatland County Counselling

Counselling Adults

Counselling Adults

We offer a safe, nonjudgmental atmosphere to express and explore your struggles, emotions, hopes and desires.

  • Supporting adults with addiction and substance use disorders
  • Diagnosing and treating adults with ADHD
  • Helping adults develop anger management strategies
  • Advising adults with anxiety
  • Offing adults psychotherapy for bipolar disorder
  • Borderline personality disorder (BPD)
  • Counselling adults with career guidance
  • Diagnosing and treating adults with caregiver burnout
  • Giving adults coping skills
  • Supporting adults dealing with health diagnoses
  • Supporting adults experiencing custody loss
  • Diagnosing and treating adults with depression
  • Advising adults going through a divorce and post-divorce adjustment
  • Providing adults therapy for eating disorders
  • Providing positive strategies to adults dealing with family conflict
  • Supporting adults suffering grief, bereavement and loss
  • Counselling adults experiencing infertility and reproductive trauma
  • Offering life coaching and transition skills to adults
  • Supporting adults with marital and premarital counselling 
  • Diagnosing and providing psychotherapy for adults suffering from mood disorders
  • Advising adults so they have positive and successful relationships
  • Helping adults gain positive self-esteem
  • Treating adults working through sexuality and sex therapy
  • Diagnosing and treating adults with somatic (physical) issues
  • Offering adults counselling based on their spirituality/ religious beliefs
  • Teaching adults stress management
  • Assisting adults with suicidal thoughts and ideation
  • Diagnosing and guiding adults experiencing trauma
  • Specializing in women’s issues
  • Advising adults with strategies to deal with workplace conflict
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Need some answers?

We’ve included commonly asked questions by our clients in our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to guide you.

Counselling at WCC includes talk therapy, psychotherapy, coaching, feedback, and specific treatment. Registered psychologists at WCC provide psychological services. Psychological services at WCC entail counselling, but these therapists can offer diagnosis, assessment and particular treatment modalities. All registered Psychologists at WCC provide psychological services and counselling.

WCC offers counselling and psychological services. You must check with your health insurance provider to see what service they will cover; this will help you decide which therapist’s services might be right for you. WCC direct bills with Alberta Blue Cross only. If you have another insurance provider, you may pay for your service at the time of the appointment, and WCC will provide you with a receipt so you can get reimbursed from your provider.

Alternative ways to pay for treatment are out of pocket, through your health benefits account (insurance), and potential community grants. Some therapists may have a pro bono caseload which you can inquire about.

Counselling and treatment costs depend on the therapist’s expertise, education, experience, and licensing board. Session costs can range from $180 to $220 per hour. Some therapists also offer a sliding scale hourly rate, which we can discuss with you when you inquire.

The number of sessions depends on every individual’s presenting issues and concerns and willingness to do the work. On average, clients need 10 to 20 sessions.

No. Your sessions will be in the same format and equally successful, in person, via video calls, or on the phone.

All sessions are private and confidential.

Meeting with a counsellor to discuss your worries and concerns about your child’s struggles will help you and your child. Please speak to our office manager as a first step to determine whether counselling is needed.

You can always suggest counselling as an option to help them: we offer family counselling, providing a safe environment for you to voice your concerns with or without them. Our counsellors can also meet with you one on one and help you brainstorm the best ways to approach your parents with your concerns.

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