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SOLA Counselling's therapeutic approach is focused on supporting your reconnection with your own ability to therapeutically heal and grow. We assist in guiding you back to this connection.

Navigating the stressors of present-day, and pain from your past can be overwhelming.

There is an empowering path forward, achieved through new perspectives, and an understanding of how thoughts shape your approach to all you are, do, and become. 

Therapy contributes to personal skill development bringing freedom, control, and deeper self-worth. All important aspects of personal growth and satisfaction.

Together, we will embark on this journey of personal discovery and support you to overcome challenges that may be reducing your overall sense of happiness and fulfillment.

Supporting Individuals, Relationships, Families, Teens & Children.

SOLA Counselling is also allied with the LGBT2S and POC communities.

 

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WHY IS SOLA COUNSELLING DIFFERENT?

 

Counselling Check-Ins

The SOLA team realizes that processing between sessions can be triggering and challenging. We understand that "life happens" outside of normal office hours and are available by text or phone to support you.

Multi-Medium Options for Sessions

SOLA Counselling understands that in-session counselling work can be challenging but 'getting here' should not.

We offer In-Person Sessions (with appropriate Covid-19 safety protocols in place), at a convenient and accessible location in West Vancouver. We also offer Secure Virtual Online Sessions through medical grade software platforms as well as Telephone Sessions.

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Canadian Mental Health Statistics

 

Mental health has become one of the most important subjects in medical, political and social platforms, increasing its destigmatization and increasing accessability.

SOLA Counselling has built a practice on providing support for those needing mental health services. Our program is collaborative, supportive and effective.

1 in 5

Men vs. Women

70%

1 in 2 

Age 15-24

Canadians experience a mental illness or addiction problem.

Men have higher rates of addiction than women, while women have higher rates of mood and anxiety disorders.

Mental health problems have their onset during childhood or adolescence.

Canadians have or had a mental illness by the time they reach 40 years of age.

Young people aged 15 to 24 are more likely to experience mental illness and/or substance use disorders than any other age group

 

Statistics courtesy of CAMH

WHAT COMES NEXT?

 
Starting a conversation with us is the first step towards personal growth.  While this first step may feel difficult, we understand and will be there through each step of your journey.
Reach out to us for a free 15-minute consult.
We care deeply about your well-being and will guide you along your healing path. 

To book a complimentary introductory consult,
call us at 604.644.7449, email us at admin@solacounselling.com

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