Counselling

Do You Need to Talk to Someone? Are you feeling isolated because of COVID-19 restrictions?  It’s always important to stay connected, and even more so when things are weighing on your mind.  If you are newly diagnosed Parkinson’s, need help sharing news with family and friends, are having relationship issues, are dealing with grief, loss, depression or anxiety, we are here for you. 

Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario, through a partnership with King’s University College School of Social Work an affiliate of Western University, invites you to call for a free, confidential and non-judgemental counselling session offered by students under supervised social work practice.  Counselling will focus on supportive listening, identifying key concerns, processing issues and mutual goal-setting for positive change through a solution-focused model. 

Counselling is available during the month of May with our King’s student, Christine Loop. Some of you may have met her during recent Zoom support groups, or talked with her  while she has been making COVID-19 check-in calls.  Christine is in her 3rd year at King’s in the School of Social Work program.

You can schedule an appointment by calling 1-888-851-7376 or email [email protected].  Counselling is available by phone or virtual online meeting.