Youth Counselling

Counselling for a range of issues including anxiety, depression, sexual abuse, bullying, school stress, coming out, suicidal thoughts, cutting, eating disorders, dating violence, self-esteem, or others.

Call today to book your seat for Youth Counselling

Call today to book your seat for Youth Counselling

We understand that being a teenager is hard. From school assignments, to friendship melodramas, to clingy boyfriends or girlfriends and parents nagging you about your future, it can be difficult to find time in your own space to think and reflect on the things that are important to you. Although it may appear as though your friends and the other kids at school have it all put together that is simply not the case. We see lots of teens for lots of reasons and we know what we are talking about. Counselling is a great opportunity to confide in someone about issues of concern without fear of being judged or criticized.

Is Counselling Right for Me?

  • Do you ever have really strong feelings you don’t know what to do with? Sadness, frustration, loneliness, anger, anxiety or guilt?
  • Is it hard to talk about these feelings with your friends or family?
  • Have you been having major problems at home, at school, at work or in your neighborhood?
  • Are you sleeping or eating more or less than usual?
  • Have you lost enjoyment from things that you used to like to do?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then we can tell you that youth counselling would be helpful for you. Out Youth Counselling can help you in understanding your feelings and problems and learn how to deal with them in your everyday life. Your conversations with your counsellor will be kept confidential and not shared with anyone (even your parents) unless you give your permission. The only exception to this rule is if you plan to hurt yourself or someone else or if it is about the neglect or abuse of a child and then by law your counsellor has to report it to make sure everyone is safe.

How will Youth Counselling Help me?

Having a third party who is an objective listener can make discussing difficult issues a lot easier. Counsellors are an excellent way to help you explore what you’re going through and how you feel about it. Their main goal is to listen to you and help you figure out what you want, and then they help to empower you to make good decisions.
The Family Enhancement Centre has many therapists who specifically work with youth and are skilled at quickly putting you at ease and making each session a positive experience.

Our counsellors

We have a team of highly trained bereavement counsellors in Brampton, Mississauga, Niagara Falls and Orangeville, who have years of experience helping people deal with issues related to grief and mourning effectively.

Rimi Chaggar

MSW, Registered Counsellor 

Heidi Payne

MSW, RSW, Registered Social Worker

Ian Andrew Wine

MSW, Youth Counsellor

Domine Rutayisire

MSW, Registered Counsellor

Mark Grinnel

MSW, Registered Social Worker


MSW, RSW, Couples Counsellor

John Quaye

MSW, Registered Social Worker

Ruth Simmonds

MSW, Registered Social Worker

Why Choose The Family Enhancement Centre

  • No waiting list, you can begin sessions within a week of your initial call. Evening and Weekend appointments available
  • Help to choose your therapist or counsellor
  • Services by Registered Social Workers, Youth Counsellors, Christian Counsellors Family Counsellors and Play Therapists
  • Home or in office sessions
  • Counselling in multiple languages
  • Conveniently located in Brampton, Niagara Falls, Mississauga and Orangeville
Submit Form & We’ll Respond In Less Than 24 hours!

Contact Us

Please reach out to us if you have any questions or interested in booking a session.


Suite-302, 2250 Bovaird Dr E Brampton, ON, Canada


We are a full service counselling centre dedicated to helping you achieve and maintain a state of wellness for yourself and your family.
Copyright 2018 | All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy