Child, Youth & Family Services
Fredericton - Ph (24/7): 506-454-0078   Saint John - Ph (24/7): 506-643-0455
Child, Youth & Family Services
Fredericton - Ph (24/7): 506-454-0078   Saint John - Ph (24/7): 506-643-0455

Counselling Services

Counselling Services

Capital Family Services offers counselling services in Fredericton, NB (and virtually for all of New Brunswick). We offer services in-person, by telephone, and/or by secure video platform. All of our services are provided in a confidential, safe, and judgement-free space. COVID 19 Note: In person sessions are available in yellow/orange zones only during COVID 19, and follow all provincial health guidelines.

Call (506) 497-5084 to book an appointment.

FREE WALK-IN CLINIC | Summer 2021 | 944 Prospect Street, Fredericton
Capital Family Services is proud to offer a free Walk-In Counselling Clinic, for eight weeks this summer. Our counselling services will be available in person, by phone, or by video. There are no restrictions based on age or location. There is no referral required. Reserve your spot in the virtual waiting room booking link below.

Counselling services will be available for individuals. In these 30-minute sessions, we will provide you with emotional support, problem solving, and exploring community resources for ongoing support.

The clinic will run between the hours of 12:00pm-4:00pm, on the following Wednesdays:

JUNE                                    JULY
June 9, 2021                       July 7, 2021
June 16, 2021                     July 14, 2021
June 23, 2021                    July 21, 2021
June 30, 2021                    July 28 , 2021

Due to COVID-19, we will offer a virtual waiting room through our online booking portal. See details below. 

HOW TO SECURE YOUR SPOT IN THE VIRTUAL WAITING ROOM:
Appointment times are bookable online, on a first-come-first serve basis. The online booking link will open each Wednesday morning at 9:00am for the same afternoon.

Book here to secure your place in the virtual waiting room: https://squareup.com/appointments/book/9oscva4izlpubt/LKMSC7F54S4Z2/services

Service Descriptions

Individual (Adult) Counselling

Counselling provided to an individual aged 16+ regarding any personal or mental health issues. Issues may include stress & burnout, compassion fatigue, depression, anxiety,  bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, grief, trauma, interpersonal violence, coping with changes in life, post-partum depression, post-partum anxiety phobias, adjusting to career changes/retirement, separation/divorce, blending families, co-parenting, and much more. We will help you discover your strengths, solve problems, and develop healthy coping strategies to deal with life’s challenges.

Child & Youth Counselling

Counselling services provided to children and youth, between the ages 0-16. This service is provided by counsellors who’ve specialized in counselling children and youth. Play-based counselling strategies are primarily used for children ages 2-10, and as needed in the upper years of adolescence (and as developmentally appropriate). The child/youth is the primary client, and the parents are supported along the way, to learn how to best support their child. Play-based counselling is also available for those with developmental delays, and/or adults seeking to resolve childhood issues.

When working with young children, we provide play-based counselling in a space to explore their feelings through familiar items, like paint, play-doh, lego, dolls, picture books, etc. Parents also have the opportunity to learn how to best support their child.

When working with adolescents, we make use of their interests, like music playlists, art, books, videos, journaling, etc.

Family Counselling

Counselling services provided to families. In these sessions, we spend time learning each family member’s point of view, and then we support communication between family members to gain a better understanding of each other’s perspectives, so everyone can work together to find solutions.

How to get started

Life doesn’t seem to give us the time to manage everything, so let’s make the time, together in our sessions.

Call (506) 497-5084 or email katherinewhite@capitalfamilyservices.ca to set up an appointment. 

Counsellor Bios

Katherine White, BA, BSW, MEd, RSW (she/her/hers)

Katherine provides counselling services to children, youth, adults, and families. She can help with issues like stress, burnout, work/life balance, assertiveness, depression, anxiety, phobias, post-partum depression, post-partum anxiety, separation/divorce, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, domestic/ interpersonal violence, military family issues, LGBTQIAP2S+ issues, and more.

Katherine has specialized training from William James College in Child & Family Forensics, and offers Voice of the Child Assessments and Child Custody Evaluations for separating families seeking support in making decisions for their children.

She also offers workshops in the community to groups, teams, and  organizations/businesses, on topics like self-care, burnout prevention, mental health at work, and more. Email or call Katherine to inquire about having Katherine present at your location (virtual presentations also available). Katherine’s masters degree in education is in Curriculum & Instruction, and she enjoys developing curriculum, and creating interactive online training sessions.

She is currently supervising 2 social work students for their clinical placements from Dalhousie University. Capital Family Services is an approved affiliate supervision site for Dalhousie University’s Clinical Practicum with the Bachelor of Social Work. To inquire about social work placements, email Katherine directly: katherinewhite@capitalfamilyservices.ca

Alexandra Monteith, BA, BSW, RSW (she/her/hers)

Alexandra provides counselling services to school-aged children & youth, along with adults and seniors experiencing a variety of concerns including but not limited to anxiety, depression, low self-esteem/self-worth, parental separation and divorce, abuse, trauma, grief and bereavement, sexuality and identity concerns, emotion & stress management.

Alexandra has worked in clinical settings with military families, families grieving the loss of a loved one, in the hospital setting, and in schools through the community mental health centre.

Some of the many specialized trainings Alexandra has undertaken are:

  • Helping Children & Families Through Grief
  • Brain Story Certification through Alberta Family Wellness Initiative
  • Youth Matters Facilitator Certification
  • Danger Assessment Certification for those experiencing domestic violence
  • Sexual Assault Awareness and Support Training

Call (506) 497-5084 or email katherinewhite@capitalfamilyservices.ca to set up an appointment.