Our Counselling Services
At CFS Regina we provide confidential individual, couple and family counselling for people (ages 6 and up) experiencing challenges across the lifespan.
Our team of skilled counsellors provide compassionate services that meet clients where they are at and encourage them to problem solve, find their strengths and learn skills to make positive changes in their lives.
Our Counselling Services cover the following areas:
Everyone is welcome at CFS Regina
We serve people of all ages, genders, ethnicities, sexual orientations, socioeconomic backgrounds and abilities. No one is turned away because of finances, we use a sliding scale which takes your income and family size into account when deciding fees.
We are always here to talk, so contact us whenever you are ready.
SHIFT Rapid Access Counselling is available by phone, video or in person. Sessions are available Monday to Friday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and approximately 60 minutes. Sessions are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no cost for the service.
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Play, Art and Sand Therapy
CFS Regina has a brand new, state-of-the-art play, art and sand therapy space which is utilized for children, families and adults.
Through play or art therapy exploration, it allows children and adults alike to explore needs in a way that is naturally comfortable and familiar. Children have explained that play therapy feels like a really fun hour with a caring adult playing with toys.
Sand Tray therapy gives children, families and adults the opportunity to create and build therapeutic spaces within a sand tray with a Counsellor’s guidance. We have a full wall of small figurines which are selected by the participants and used to generate counselling sessions in a small tray of sand, similar to a sandbox. Eyes light up when entering this space as it is full of delightful items and unlike traditional office counselling spaces.
We even have a sensory swing hanging from the roof which is the most popular seat in the space.
Art Therapy consists of using a variety of mixed methods related to creativity and imagination. It includes painting, clay moulding, and drawing, music, writing poetry and playing musical instruments. You do not have to be experienced in the art to use this method. We welcome you to give it a try with any level of experience. We have been absolutely astounded by the great skills and talents that have come to light while using art therapy.
Each of our Counsellors brings a variety of training, experience and adventure to each session making a play, art and sand therapy a favourite among our counselling community.
Please call our office at (306) 525-0521 and ask for our Intake Counsellor if you would like to learn more about accessing any of the therapeutic methods mentioned above.
Parent – Adolescent Conflict
RIFT (Rapid Intervention for Family Treatment)
RIFT is a counselling service for families in crisis when youth are 15 years or younger, offered by contractual agreement with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Social Services (MSS), Family and Youth Services, Youth Unit. Service is provide on a quick access basis upon referral from the Youth Unit and covers 5 family counselling sessions at Catholic Family Services.
RAPS (Resolving Adolescent – Parent Strife)
RAPS is a service similar to RIFT for youth age 16-17. When parents are available and willing to attend along with the teen, the focus is on negotiation to resolve conflicts and establish a living together contract. Service will be provided for the youth alone when the parent(s) is unavailable, so that a stable and healthy living situation can be established.
Please fill and send the referral form to email@example.com or fax it to 306.522.3775
We use a sliding scale to determine fees based on your income level. The most important part for us is that you are able to access a Counsellor without worrying about the costs involved. No one will be refused counselling for financial reasons ever. Our Intake Counsellor will be working with you at intake to ensure that your access to counselling has as few barriers as possible.
Some of our programs are provided at no cost based on funding provided from our community partners.