Trauma Counselling ProgramCounselling for women who have experienced trauma
Montrose Trauma and Wellness Counselling Program:
Our Trauma Counselling program offers up to 20 free weekly sessions of counselling and coping skills to women or persons who identify as female, whose trauma experience impacts their current functioning and relationships.
Other Counselling Resources
- For counselling specific to childhood sexual abuse or intimate partner violence, please contact our Stop the Violence Program.
- For counselling specific to a recent sexual assault, please see our Sexual Assault Response Program.
Who We Help:
- Clients who identify as women and live in Abbotsford
- Have experienced a traumatic experience that impacts their current functioning
- Age 19 or older
- Please note that counselling sessions are intended to offer emotional support and coping skills. Counsellors cannot offer a professional opinion for diagnostic or court purposes.
To Access Trauma Counselling
- No referrals are needed. Please contact us to start the intake process
When contacting us, you do not need to give specifics. You can confirm you meet the eligibility criteria and then we will contact you to begin the intake process.
- Please be aware that there is currently a waitlist for services.
If you need immediate support, please contact the Fraser Health Crisis Line at 1.877.820.7444
8:30am – 5:30pm
Monday – Friday
Archway Community Services
2420 Montrose Avenue
Abbotsford, BC V2S 3S9
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