Mindful of the ongoing impact and influence of COVID-19, clinicians are offering a variety of meeting options (i.e., some continue to only offer online sessions through our client management system [Owl] and telephone sessions while some offer a mix of in-person, online, and telephone sessions).
If you would like to access in-person sessions, email your clinician and let them know. In-person sessions are only available to individuals who are at low-risk for exposure to COVID-19, are not presenting with COVID-19 symptoms, and have not had recent exposure to someone with COVID-19. Patients who attend in-person sessions are required to consult with their clinician about facemask preferences.
If you have any questions, please contact your clinician or the Clinic Director, Adam Terpstra, at [email protected]. Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding.
Welcome to Church Wellesley Counselling and Psychotherapy
As a community-minded organization, we sincerely believe that emotional healing and personal growth are within your reach.
Through a trauma-informed, anti-oppressive lens, we offer individual therapy for issues related to anxiety and depression, gender and sexuality, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), ands trauma.
If you live in downtown Toronto and are seeking positive change, get in touch with us today.
In addition to working in person, online sessions are available for clients who cannot access the office and for clients who prefer online therapy. Not sure if online therapy is right for you? Click here to learn more.
Please note that we are not a crisis service. If you are in crisis or in need of immediate attention, contact your local emergency call centre (911) or Crisis Services Canada:
Telephone: 1-833-456-4566 (24/7/365)
Text: Send a text to 45645 (4pm - midnight, Eastern Standard Time); Standard Text Messaging Rates Apply
Individual and Couples Counselling and Psychotherapy
Registered Clinician for Indian Residential Schools - Resolution Health Support Program (IRS RHSP)
Registered Clinician for Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) - Mental Health Counselling (MHC)
Secondary Assessments for Transition-Related Surgery (TRS)
WSIB Community Mental Health Program
Specialties and Areas of Focus
- Behaviour Management
- Body Image
- Career Counselling for Educators
- Coping Skills and Strategies
- Eating Disorders
- Educational Issues
- Gender Identity
- Gender Transition
- Interpersonal Skills
- Life Transitions
- Men's Issues
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Relationship Counselling
- Separation Divorce
- Sexuality (LGBTQQ2S+)
- Women's Issues