Counselling Services in Saskatchewan

We are delighted to offer our support and assistance to youth 13 years and older, adults, and couples via in-person, in-home, virtual, phone, and walk and talk.

Our space is fat-positive, body-inclusive, anti-diet, and culturally aware.

We strive to provide our clients with professional, ethical, and reliable therapeutic support, and we are ready to assist anytime, as we are always accepting new clients. 

Want to ensure fit? Each of us offers FREE 15 min consults for new clients. 

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3026 B Taylor St E, Saskatoon, SK S7H 4J2

Payments, Insurance & Cancellations

Breland Counselling & Consulting accepts all major credit cards, debit, Apple pay, Google pay, and e-transfers.

Our services are covered by insurance plans that reimburse clinical counselling provided by a Registered Social Worker with the Saskatchewan Associated of Social Workers. It is the responsibility of the client to confirm coverage with their benefit provider. Receipts will be provided for insurance claim submissions.

Cancellation Policy

​We require 48-hour notice for any cancellations or changes to your appointment. Clients who provide less than 48-hour notice or miss their appointments will be charged for the full amount of the booked service. Exceptions may be made for emergencies or illnesses, please contact Breland Counselling to discuss your circumstances.

FAQs

Your Guide to Understanding Our Approach. Have additional questions? Email us below.

Trauma therapy is a specialized form of therapy focused on healing from traumatic experiences. Unlike other therapeutic approaches, trauma therapy specifically targets the effects of trauma on the individual’s mental and emotional well-being, often utilizing techniques such as EMDR, CBT, or somatic experiencing.

Narrative therapy is an approach that helps individuals explore and reframe their personal stories and experiences. It emphasizes the power of storytelling in shaping one’s identity and encourages clients to view their problems as separate from themselves, thus promoting empowerment and agency in their lives.

Motivational interviewing is a collaborative, goal-oriented approach to facilitate behaviour change. It involves guiding individuals to explore their ambivalence about change, identify their intrinsic motivations, and develop a plan for action, often used in addiction treatment or health behaviour change.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) addresses cognitive distortions and behaviour patterns by helping individuals recognize and challenge negative thoughts and beliefs, develop healthier coping strategies, and gradually change maladaptive behaviours through structured exercises and homework assignments.

Somatic experiencing approaches explore the mind-body connection by focusing on bodily sensations and responses to trauma. This approach helps individuals release physical tension and process traumatic memories stored in the body, promoting healing and integration.

Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy helps individuals explore and understand their internal dynamics and conflicts by viewing the mind as a system of distinct but interconnected parts. Through guided exploration and dialogue, clients can heal past wounds and cultivate self-awareness and compassion.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy uses bilateral stimulation, such as eye movements, to help individuals process and integrate distressing memories and emotions. By stimulating both hemispheres of the brain, EMDR facilitates adaptive processing of traumatic experiences, leading to symptom relief and emotional healing.

Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) is an evidence-based psychotherapy that utilizes rapid eye movements to change negative emotional responses attached to memories. In just one to five sessions, individuals can experience significant relief from symptoms related to trauma and other distressing experiences.

Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFCT) focuses on emotional connection and communication within romantic relationships. By addressing underlying attachment needs and patterns of interaction, EFCT helps couples build a secure and satisfying bond, fostering greater intimacy and resilience.

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) integrates mindfulness practices, such as meditation and body awareness, with traditional CBT techniques. This approach helps individuals develop greater self-awareness, acceptance, and present-moment focus, enhancing the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioural interventions for various mental health concerns.