We’re here to help
On a daily basis, we negotiate relationships with others, with our surroundings, and with ourselves. Sometimes our ability to function and thrive within these dynamic relationships can become stressed and our relationships can become problematic.
ProChoices Therapy offers you support in the face of challenges like these and engages a therapeutic collaboration that cultivates possibility, choice, and preferred outcomes.
We do not ask for a doctor referral to use our counselling services.
For more information, or to book an appointment, please email appointment[at]prochoices[dot]ca
Minimum donation per session: $20.00
AREAS WE CAN HELP WITH INCLUDE
- Unresolved Trauma
- Navigating Disenfranchisement/ Barriers
- Navigating Systemic Oppression(s)
- Substance Misuse
- Grief and Loss
- Coping with Medical Diagnoses
- Family or Relational Discord
- Experiences(s) of Abuse/ Mistreatment
- Life Transitions
- Eating/ Non-Eating
- Sex and Intimacy
ALL ARE WELCOME!
ProChoices welcomes clients from all walks of life, genders, sexualities, races, ethnicities, cultures, abilities, classes, religions etc.
Our clinic office has an elevator and is wheelchair accessible. The public bathrooms in the building are gender-binary specific.
Our Therapy Model
ProChoices offers a safe and non-judgmental space. Our work is closely aligned with Feminist Narrative ethics and worldview. This Feminist Narrative approach means therapists will be inquiring rather than assuming, and de-centering power through a collaborative relationship where the client is acknowledged as the expert of their own experience. We recognize that the person is not the problem, rather the problem is the problem. Through our commitment to Feminist Narrative therapy, our practice is informed by an overall worldview that is attuned to social justice.
Working with us
Learning therapists at ProChoices come from many walks of life and varying backgrounds. To uphold and honor our values and worldview, we do not match clients and therapist according to gender, race, sexual orientation, personal preference, speciality etc. All matches are determined based on schedule availability only. We are an inclusive organization that is sensitive around our clients’ comfort and safety, and we welcome feedback.
As learning clinic with limited resources, there are several areas we are unable to work with at this time. If you are experiencing any of the following problems, we encourage you to contact the Vancouver Crisis Line (604-872-3311), your local emergency services, and/or 911 for support options.
- Physical violence
- Active suicidal behaviour or ideation
- Having experiences that others are unable to witness, such as hallucinations and delusions