Terapist speaking with distraught patient

Our team of Mental Health Therapists support patients in enhancing their coping abilities, increasing problem-solving skills, and improving daily functioning.

Assistance with referral to community or regional resources may be provided.

Therapy groups are offered throughout the year for patients who may benefit from a group experience.

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Types of Patients Seen

Individuals who are aged 16 or older, who are dealing with various life issues such as:

  • Loss
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Work or relationship issues

Appointment Information

If a patient has access to counselling services through a work benefit plan, we ask that patients access these resources first.

Six to eight sessions with the therapist are available for enrolled patients. The first appointment will often last about an hour and involve discussing the current situation and goals for counselling.

A plan of support will be made, and if appropriate, a patient may also be referred to other community programs or services that are suited to meet the patient’s needs.

To access these services, please call our Mental Health Intake Therapist at ext. 330 (Dufferin Area) or ext. 364 (Bolton/Caledon area). If you are unable to call, a referral can be made through your doctor or nurse practitioner. All appointments and groups are booked through the Mental Health Intake Therapist at 519-938-8802 ext. 330.


DAFHT Single Session Clinic (Orangeville and Bolton)

Any community member (age 16+) may access a single counselling session, or stand-alone conversation, to discuss and identify strengths and resources to address a mental health need.

The DAFHT Single Session Clinic is held weekly on Wednesday afternoons by appointment.

For further information, please contact our Mental Health Intake Therapist at 519-938-8802 ext. 330.