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Services

We offer individual, couples, family & group therapy sessions available as fee for service, or through various programs such as NIHB (Non-Insured Health Benefits).

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Counselling Psychotherapy services

Improve your emotional wellbeing through counselling

There are many ways to seek help from us here at Wellspring. Pay out of pocket for your counselling sessions, and seek reimbursement from your EHB (Extended Healthcare Benefits) plan later, or claim as a healthcare expense tax deduction.

If you are NIHB eligible, or enrolled in the Teach for Canada EAP (Employee Assistance Plan), we have good news for you - your services are already covered.

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Fee for Service Psychotherapy
Pay out of pocket for your counselling sessions, and seek reimbursement from your EHB (Extended Healthcare Benefits) plan.  We have immediate availability with no wait times.

Individual, couples & families across the age spectrum

In person (Thunder Bay) and Telehealth

50 min sessions

Book a free 15 minute consultation now
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NIHB Mental Health Services
For Indigenous clients covered under Noninsured Health Benefits. Obtain culturally-informed, evidence-based mental health services in person (Thunder Bay) and/or via Telehealth when you need it most. We have immediate availability with no wait times. Serving all residents of Northwestern Ontario.

Individual, couples & families across the age spectrum

In person (Thunder Bay) and Telehealth

50 min sessions

Book an appointment now
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Teach for Canada EAP
Eligible Teach for Canada employees and their families can access 4 counselling sessions (with the possibility of extensions) through their EAP (Employee Assistance Plan).

Eligible TFC employees and their families (including individual, couples and family counselling)

Telehealth

50 min sessions

Book an appointment now
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Groups
Circle of Extraordinary Men

A close knit group of men who have been meeting together and offering each other mutual support for several years now, the Circle of Extraordinary Men (CEM) are men who identify as survivors of sexual abuse. This is a process-oriented group; each participant is allowed to share their story and seek mutual support from other men who have experienced similar traumas, triumphs and challenges.

Open to all adult male survivors of sexual abuse. Sliding fee scale.

In person
Biweekly sessions; 2 hours in duration

Quarterly; next session begins in September, 2023
Group guidelines document (pdf)

A Logo with a maze leading into a center flower, with the text "THE CIRCLE OF EXTRAORDINARY MEN * KNOWLEDGE SPEAKS BUT WISDOM LISTENS * " Wrapped along the outside
Book A free group orientation session now