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Member ID: 3624

Break Free Family Centre
Contact Information

Patricia Keith

8 - 2001 Albion Road
Etobicoke ON
M9W 6V6

Phone: 416-241-9191

Website: http://www.breakfreefamily.org

Email:

Cities of practice

Toronto - Etobicoke,

Description

About Break Free Family Centre

Our Mission Statement

Our mandate is to provide the highest standard of care and therapeutic counselling services to youth, family, offenders and the community at large, regardless of religious preferences, ethnic background, gender or race.

Our goal is to teach and counsel individuals on how they can break this vicious cycle of violence, addiction, and self-destructive behaviour and become productive members of society.

We work in partnership with the community, schools, health and social services providers, churches, area police and the judicial tem in reaching out to the sick, the disenfranchised and the disadvantaged, to provide them with tools required to make them whole again and become productive members of society.

Counselling Approaches

Addiction / Substance Abuse Counselling
Crisis Intervention Counselling
EMDR
Grief Counselling
Guidance & Career Counselling
Marriage & Family Counselling
Mental Health Counselling
Pastoral Counselling
Rehabilitation Counselling

Counselling Issues

Addiction - Shopping, Gambling, Internet, Food, Workaholism, Smoking
Anger Management
Anxiety
Bereavement Grief
Boundaries
Child and Adolescent
Chronic Illness
Codependency
Communication & Conflict Resolution
Couples / Relationship
Depression
Diet / Nutrition
Disordered Eating
Divorce / Separation
Domestic Violence
Drug / Alcohol Addiction
Emotional
Family Conflict
Infidelity
Intimacy
Lesbian Bisexual Gay Transsexual Issues (LGBT)
Mediation
Parenting Support
Physical & Sexual Abuse
Post-Partum Depression
Self-Esteem / Self Growth
Stress Management
Suicide & Crisis Intervention
Trauma

Mental Health

Attention Deficit Disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder
Depression
Dysthimia
Eating Disorder
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Keynote Speaking
Obsessive-compulsive Disorder
Panic Disorder
Post-traumatic Disorder
Schizophrenia
Social Phobia / Phobias
Trainer
Workshop Presentor

 

Mission Statement

The Canadian Professional Counsellors Association is dedicated to the recognition of competence and professionalism in counselling and psychotherapy.