Psychotherapy - Salvation Army Canada

Psychotherapy 

Psychotherapy is an important component of mental health services offered in the community. However, psychotherapy is not generally covered by provincial or federal health benefits. Many of the people served by The Salvation Army cannot afford to pay privately for the needed Psychotherapy sessions. For this reason, some Ministry Units have begun to offer Psychotherapy or Clinical Counselling as part of the ministry provided to the community.

Below are some documents that may be of assistance to Ministry Units either considering or providing psychotherapy. More documents will be added as these become available.

Difference Between Counselling and Psychotherapy

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Clinical Supervision for Psychotherapists and Clinical Counsellors

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Counselling and Psychotherapy Services

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Regulation of Psychotherapy

Below are the links to the established regulatory colleges related to psychotherapy:

AlbertaThe Association Of Counselling Therapy Of Alberta

New BrunswickThe College Of Counselling Therapists Of New Brunswick

Nova ScotiaNova Scotia College Of Counselling Therapists

OntarioCollege of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario

QuebecOrdre Des Psychologues Du Québec

 

Professional Organizations 

Below are the links to some of the professional organizations related to psychotherapy:

Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association

Canadian Association For Marriage and Family Therapy

Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals

Canadian Association for Spiritual Care