I know it can be a challenge to find time for support. Trust me, as a mother, a step mother and a wife who is self-employed, I can relate. I also know how critical it is to get the support you need when you need it.


Let’s Make It Easy. In Person and Online Counselling

In person counselling sessions and online counselling can be booked evenings and weekends, making it easier for you to find care for your child(ren) and get the support you deserve. Online Skype sessions are available, allowing you to stay in the comfort of your own home (in your pajamas if you like!) and schedule a session at your convenience. Babies are welcome at in-person counselling sessions. Please consider that having your baby with you could impact the processes we chose to engage in. Together, we will determine what is best for you and the baby.

Convenient Options for Payment

  • Payment can be made by cash, cheque, PayPal or credit card via PayPal.
  • * You do not need a PayPal account in order to make a payment by credit card.
  • If you are paying online, payment is due 48 hours prior to our session.
  • Otherwise, cash or cheque payments can be made in-person at the time of our session.
  • If full payment is a barrier Connect with Theresa to discuss sliding scale options.

**prices are before 5% GST


Initial Consultation

Free 20 minutes


Individual Counselling

60 minutes   $100
90 minutes   $135


Parents/Family Counselling

75 mins  $125 (for 2 people)

I require 24 hours notice by phone or email to cancel or change an appointment. Please note that cancelled or missed appointments with less than 24 hours notice will be charged full price.

Please check with your extended medical or insurance provider before your first session to see if they cover counselling services from a Registered Therapeutic Counsellor. If you have coverage, you will be required to first pay Theresa Gulliver Counselling for the session in full and then submit your receipt to your insurance company for reimbursement.

If now isn’t the perfect time to invest in you and

your families well-being, then when is?

Waiting for a crisis or breaking point can be avoided by
embracing change sooner rather than later.

You deserve less hardship and more harmony

so now is the time to learn how to make the shift.


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