The challenges and stresses of daily life are many and varied. Together we can explore a plan to help you move forward.


Counselling Services

Counselling is collaborative and confidential. It supports you as a whole person in a safe environment. You’re important. 

Individual Counselling

Overwhelmed? Stuck? Can’t keep doing life this way? Humans aren’t designed to ‘go it alone’. We’re meant to be in connection with other humans. When you’re ready for new possibilities, we’re here to walk alongside. 

Couples Counselling

“We need tools!” “We just communicate so differently!” “We live like room mates.” When our primary relationship is in distress, everything suffers. Couples counselling helps make sense of past and present wounds, and create new moves aimed at increased clarity, deeper connection and enduring relationships. 

The science of adult attachment reveals humans are wired for intimate bonding with others. Counselling helps us use our innate wiring to organize our experience and make sense of the fighting and the disconnect.  

Couples counselling is generally short term (8 to 20 sessions) structured, humanistic, experiential approach and supports couples dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, medical illness, and challenges regarding forgiveness. It is effective across cultures and education, and with traditional and non-traditional couples.

Family Counselling

Family counselling can include any combination of family members. The family system is held in a safe and non-threatening environment and each family member’s unique experiences and perspectives are appreciated and heard.

Through a collaborative process guided by the counsellor, the patterns of behaviour and negative cycles or roles are addressed, and the family members work to better communicate and understand each other, support one another and resolve conflicts to support a more harmonious family connection.

Online Counselling

Using a confidential platform (HIPAA, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996), we regularly meet clients online. Therapeutically, it’s proven to be as effective as face to face counselling.

Online is an easy way to meet with your therapist and allows you to enjoy therapy from the comfort of your own home. Many clients report the ease and freedom they find using this alternative, safe option. The many benefits include saving time usually devoted to travel, simplicity, and even perhaps ease of childcare.

Clients require access to high speed internet connections, a working microphone and a webcam and a quiet, private space so that you will not be disturbed. Phones, tablets and computers are all suitable devices for this modern medium. Headphones are recommended, though not required.

Billing and receipts generally happen electronically with online counselling, therefore being able to navigate online payments such as e-transfers, or remote credit payments is preferable. Refer to your own therapist directly to discuss payment options.

Phone Counselling

Meeting with your therapist by phone is a remote counselling option, and makes access to therapy easy for example if you’re travelling, have a busy schedule, or are not comfortable or able to participate in online counselling or come into the office. 

Again, a quiet and private space from which to meet your therapist in order to avoid interruptions, and a good connection – especially if using a cell phone –  are recommended.

Online payments are generally preferred. Talk directly to your therapist regarding options.

Qualified Clinical Supervision 

The purpose of clinical supervision is to provide a safe and confidential environment for therapists growing in their skills to reflect on and discuss their clinical work, and their personal and professional responses to their work. Caroline Bradfield is a Qualified Clinical Supervisor and offers supervision for both students and experienced therapists who are aiming for personal excellence.

 In the clinical world, receiving supervision is considered ‘Best Practices’ and ongoing, quality clinical supervision is known to provide the best quality outcomes for both you as a clinician as well as your clients. It works to support your growth as a therapist and as a human, and encourages and supports self-reflection and self-care, as well as better client outcomes.

 As it is with counselling services, finding a ‘good fit’ with a clinical supervisor is important. If you’re looking to level up your clinical and personal excellence, Caroline would love to hear from you.