Due to the current long waiting times to see a mental health specialist, we have decided to hold a group space for those who have questions about mental health or need guidance on relationship and family situations.
On Thursday, 29th April, between 6.30-8.30pm our team of registered counsellors, mental health and family practitioners will be answering your questions on topics of depression, anxiety, emotional well-being, relationships, parenthood, as well as separation and divorce.
We are a research-based Counselling Practice for Couples, Families and Individuals, and believe that the better access families have to information about mental health, the healthier they can be.
Who is this event for?
For couples and individuals who feel it’s time to improve their relationship
For couples and individuals who want to learn about the process of amicable separation and co-parenting post-separation
For parents who had enough of power-struggles with their children
For parents who worry about their teenage children’s mental health
For people experiencing low mood levels and depression
For people who feel they worry all the time and experience anxiety
For people who want to understand the mental health system and how to access various services available
Who will be answering questions?
Alyona (Aly) Cerfontyne, Registered Counsellor and Psychotherapist, Couples and Relationships Counsellor, Founder of ALY’S PLACE
Bonnie Douglas, Divorce Coach, Counsellor and a Family Mediator, Founder of Smoother Separations
Aanushka Panwala, Registered Counsellor, Adolescent and Young Adult Counsellor
NOTE: If you are interested in attending ALY’S PLACE Open Doors Event on Thursday, 29th April, please contact Aly firstname.lastname@example.org before Wednesday, 27th April. Due to limited space available, we can only accommodate 20 people, therefore your RSVP is essential to ensure your spot.
We hope to see you there!