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About Us

Supportive Counselling Services operates within the Family Continuity Context, and as such, has been providing professional counselling expertise and support services to Community Services, Courts and Couples for over 40 years. Our focus is efficient and effective intervention to individuals and families in a way that allows them to remain intact while dealing with stresses and crises.

Supportive Counselling Services offers:

  • Individual, Family, Marriage, Parent and Grief Counselling
  • Employee Individual Counselling as well as Group Programs to Manage Job Stress

Supportive Counselling Services has earned a position of trust with numerous long-term clients over the years by providing professional, confidential consultations, and results oriented programs. In conjunction with preset programs, Supportive Counselling Services is able to design specialty programs to meet the needs of businesses, government agencies and individuals in order to stay within their budget requirements. We welcome inquiries about our programs, as well as, proposals for your specific needs.

The information on this web site gives a brief description of some of our programs. Individual Counselling sessions are 50 minutes (a clinical hour) or Couple sessions are 75 minutes

For more detailed information on individual sessions or group program rates, call (902) 441-5749 or fill out the form on this site.

Thank you,

John A. Manning,
M. Psych., M.Ed.
Clinical Therapist & Family Therapist
jmanning@supportivecounselling.ca

 


Registered:      CPCA (Canadian Professional Counsellors Association) #3750
Member:          CCPA (Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association) #5440