Subsidized Counselling Program Update
We are delighted to announce that bookings for intake appointments will resume on Monday, April 5, 2021.
If you are interested in accessing our subsidized counselling program, inquiries will be welcomed beginning Monday, April 5. Please note that we will be unable to book intakes for our subsidized counselling program before this date. Please call our Reception and Intake team at 519-434-0077 on Monday, April 5 or later for more information.
COVID-19 Update: Provincial Shutdown
Sessions are currently being offered by telephone and video call.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to challenge our community, Daya Counselling Centre is responding with increased caution regarding the availability of in-person counselling appointments.
While much of our service will continue to be offered via telephone or video-call, we know that there are times when in-person sessions are crucial.
If you are a current client, your counsellor will review this option with you. Please note that not all counsellors are offering in-person sessions at this time.
If you are interested in counselling via telephone or video call, please call our Reception and Intake team: 519-434-0077. Please note that, for ethical reasons, we do not offer couples or family counselling via telephone or video-call.
In-person counselling looks a little different these days as we work together to protect the health of our community. For more information about these differences, please read our Client Information sheet – What to expect at your in person appointment
Before visiting Daya Counselling Centre in person, please be sure you self-screen: SCREENING TOOL for entry to Daya – Version 4 – 11 June 2020
Resources for other online and telephone based support are widely available. Some are listed on our Resources page. Please make use of these to support yourself and share with others!
Daya will continue to provide compassionate care to our community. We understand that at this time, people in our community may be feeling an increased sense of anxiety and worry. Please know that while social distancing is taking place, social connection can take many forms and we encourage people to continue relationships through other means with friends and family. We also encourage people to use discretion in limiting time spent on media and social media coverage, as this may contribute to increased anxiety.