Adult therapy

Support for adults is provided from a belief in the importance of relationship and the natural healing potential that we all have within us. A variety of evidence based therapeutic modalities are offered for a wide variety of presenting concerns. Those approaches include Narrative; Emotion-Focused Therapy; Narrative Therapy; and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Adults attend counselling for anxiety; depression; difficulty in relationship; marriage problems; adjustment after divorce; trauma; parenting consultation and eating disorders. We are also pleased to offer specialized service for Public Service Personnel.


Support for Public Service Personnel:

We are proud to offer evidence-based assessment and treatment to Canadian Forces active duty soldiers, veterans, members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and their families. We also work with firefighters and members of police. We understand the unique needs of these individuals and are passionate about serving this community. Please contact your VAC case manager for a referral.


Eating Disorders

Sand Story is pleased to offer counselling services to clients of all ages struggling with food, disordered eating, and body image. Treatment is grounded in evidence and tailored to each client’s unique needs. This often includes working with a team of treatment providers, including family physicians, nutritionists, etc. Clients are empowered to recognize and explore their attitudes towards food, and to develop a healthy relationship with their body.


Couples Counselling

Couples often find themselves stuck in patterns which leave may partners feeling deeply misunderstood, leading to feelings of anger, loneliness, and rejection. Treatment can help you uncover these patterns and develop new ways of relating and communicating with your partner in a way that strengthens your bond and helps both partners feel heard and seen in the relationship. We are pleased to offer evidence-based intervention for couples wanting to enrich their relationship, and work through conflict.

Please head to our FAQ page to learn more about the counseling process.