We work with individuals to improve their self-identified personal needs.
We collaborate with couples, partners, and people in non-intimate relationships to achieve their relationship goals.
We support families to improve family dynamics and relationships.
Youth needs assessments are used by the youth justice court to determine the strengths and needs of youth that have come in contact with the youth criminal justice system. This assessment can be ordered by the youth justice court judge at any stage of the criminal proceedings. Recommendations are made to the court about how to address the needs of the youth in the community.
Custody and access assessments are used in the family court to help determine custody and access arrangements in separation or divorce matters. We evaluate all areas of family functioning and make recommendations regarding the custody and access arrangements for children and youth.
Parenting capacity assessments examine an individual’s current parenting ability and ongoing parenting capacity. This assessment is used in child welfare and family court matters to help determine safe and healthy placements for children and youth. Referrals are accepted from the public, community service providers, lawyers, Children’s Aid Societies and the Family Court.
Professional and registered social workers provide counselling and assessment services to people of all ages, races, cultures, genders, lifestyles and economic situations. Self-referrals, physician referrals, and community referrals are accepted.