Wild Mountain’s clinical counsellor’s are eclectic and integrative, utilizing multiple modalities and a variety of strategies to support clients in achieving their therapeutic goals. The modalities frequently integrated into Wild Mountain’s clinical counsellor’s practices are:
Wild Mountain’s clinical counsellors support clients in overcoming a variety of challenging life circumstances and/or mental health concerns, including but not limited to:
• Adult ADHD
• Binge eating disorders
• Bipolar Disorder
• Difficult life transitions
• Dissociative Disorders
• Employment challenges
• Family conflict
• Medication management
• Mood disorders
• Past or present abuse, including physical, sexual, emotional/psychological
• Peer relationships
• Personality Disorders
• Problematic substance use
• Process addictions, such as sex/love, shopping, gaming, internet, exercise,
gambling, and food
• Racial identity
• Self esteem/confidence
• Suicidal Ideation
• Thinking Disorders
• Trauma and PTSD
• Unhealthy Coping
Wild Mountain Clinical Counselling is aware that all persons have different counselling needs. As a result, both in-person and virtual services (phone and video) are offered to clients.
Connect with us and see if we’re right for you. Phone, message, or email now to set up a 10-minute consultation phone call.
Better understand the specific concern or personal challenge you are experiencing, while learning to cope in a healthy and effective manner to help you become a life problem-solver, build resiliency, and enhance well-being.
Gain relational insight, and develop the skills and learn strategies to overcome relationship challenges in order to set you and your partner on the path to your preferred future.
As a unit explore familial challenges and their impact, as well as learn the skills to improve communication, resolve conflict, and support one another in a healthy manner.
Join others on a path of personal discovery and growth. Group therapy options will change periodically, check in to learn what is offered today.
WE ARE not able to offer acute care services or be available for crisis support. If you are experiencing a personal emergency, please call:
if you are considering suicide or are concerned about someone who may be
for emotional support, information, and resources specific to mental health
Or, 911 for immediate emergency care