Family Counselling and Groups at CCSYR
Counselling Services and Group Programs are open to all residents of York Region. We are a multicultural agency and welcome people from all ethnic, religious, cultural and racial backgrounds regardless of marital status or sexual orientation.
All our Counselling and Group programs are in wheelchair accessible locations.
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We want to hear from you
Why choose Counselling?
Counselling is adapted to your unique needs, whether you are seeking change on your own, with your partner, or with your family or child. Your counselor can help you work out what is best for your needs and goals. Counselling typically is limited to eight sessions, but extensions are possible. The average wait time is about two weeks, but can be longer for evening sessions. The average number of sessions is 7.
Why choose a Group Program?
Groups are primarily for learning, and follow set outlines, and schedules. They are also for peer support, and bring together people with similar needs, backgrounds, and learning goals. Groups range from 5 to 14 sessions, and typically have 8 to 12 participants. Many of our groups are led by trained lay people, and are often delivered entirely in the language of the participants.
Why choose Financial Literacy?
Financial pressures are very common in our community, and for the people we serve in our programs. CCSYR offers this program with the support of the Regional Municipality of York.
CCSYR can prepare single session workshops for community organizations, such as churches and schools. We can address topics of interest to your members, employees or volunteers, where we have expertise. Contact us to discuss your organization’s needs.
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CCSYR is a Family Service Agency, accredited by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation and by Catholic Charities.
We acknowledge and thank our generous community partners who allow us to use their facilities to offer services throughout York Region: Family Services of York Region, the Georgina Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic, the Ontario Early Years Centres, St. John Chrysostom Parish, York Catholic District School Board, York Region District School Board, York Region Public Libraries, and York Region Children’s Aid Society.