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What to expect

If you’re an adult seeking therapy, your intake session will involve questions about your history and why you’re seeking counselling. We’ll gather the background information about past and present issues to help direct our approach.

For young children or pre-teens, the intake session involves only the parent or caregiver. We’ll explore your child’s family history and background, as well as the symptoms your child is experiencing.

With teen children, the caretaker or parent is present for the first session. We’ll discuss why they’re seeking counselling and the importance of confidentiality. The child can then choose whether or not they want the parent or caregiver to be part of the session.

Still have questions?
We’re happy to answer any questions you have about our approach or our rates.

To learn more or book your session,
please call 778-298-9555
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Our fees align with guidelines in the BCACC list of average fees:
Individual session | 50 minutes | $140 (incl. tax)
Couples/Family session | 50 minutes | $150 (incl. tax)
Couples/Family session | 75 minutes | $210 (incl. tax)

Our Intern and Young Professional Programs offer high-quality counselling at lower rates:

Intern session | 50 minutes | $60 (incl. tax)
Young Professional session | 50 minutes | $100 (incl. tax)

Payment Options
We accept cash, debit card, credit card, e-transfer, and cheques. For your convenience, we can keep your credit card number securely on file, so you don’t have to worry about payment after your sessions.

Other Options
At Treehouse Trauma Centre, most of our therapists are registered with ICBC and the Crime Victim Assistance Program.


If you’ve been involved in a car accident, ICBC might cover some of your sessions. Contact your adjuster directly for the most up to date information on how many sessions are covered.

Crime Victim Assistance Program

If you are the victim of or witness to a crime, you may be eligible to be reimbursed up to $80/session through the Department of Justice.

Extended Benefits Plans

Some extended benefit plans cover counselling fees with a Registered Clinical Counsellor, up to a certain amount. Check your eligibility with your employer.

Low-to-no-cost Services

If cost is a true challenge, there are numerous programs that provide counselling for very little cost or none at all. Community service agencies, schools, universities and counselling agencies with student or intern programs are all worth exploring. Fraser River Counselling’s student program is a good place to start.


Money can be a complicated issue, especially in challenging times. Our first priority is to ensure clients get the services they need. If you’d like to discuss your payment options, we’re here to help.