Information about Services
Kayla works with youth, young adults, and adults starting at age fourteen years old and up. If you are interested in seeking counselling services for children please contact Kayla. If you are looking for counselling for your child aged 5-13 please contact Kayla to inquire.
your first session
For many people, attending counselling for the first time might be accompanied by a host of questions and uncertainty. Kayla works with her clients to describe what counselling can look like at the first session while highlighting how each client and counsellor relationship is inherently unique based on the needs of the client. At the first session, Kayla will explain two forms that need to be signed, the "Confidentially of Services" form and the "Fee Agreement" form. Clients are encouraged to ask any questions they might have about counselling during the first session and throughout the counselling process.
cost and Payment options
A one hour individual counselling session is $120 plus GST and a one hour couples counselling session is $130 plus GST. Payment is due at the start of each session and can be made by exact cash, cheque, email transfer, or credit card.
Group counselling rates are on a case by case basis. Please contact Kayla for more information.
Confidentiality is at the heart of counselling and enables an environment of trust between the counsellor and client. Kayla works within the ethical guidelines set forward by the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors to maintain client confidentiality. Please see the limits to confidentiality in the next section.
how do I book a session?
To book a session either call or email Kayla at 604-698-8119 or firstname.lastname@example.org
When you call to book a session, Kayla might be in session with another client. Please leave a message including your name, contact information, and if it is ok for Kayla to leave a message on the number you provided. Kayla will get back to you as soon as possible.
limitations to CONFIDENTIALITY
If we have reason to believe a child is being or is in danger of being abused, we are required by law to report our concerns to the Ministry of Children and Family Development. Child abuse may be emotional, physical, or sexual.
If we have reason to believe a person is a danger to him/herself or others, we must inform someone who can protect that person.
When a court ordered subpoena request a clients file.
If investigative records are required by the law.