Approach & RatEs
Approach & RatEs
How we'll work together
Our Approach & Philosophy
The ADHD & Relationship Centre offers online support to adults through one-on-one coaching and counselling, couple's sessions, and support groups. Our services are LGBTQ+ and alternative-relationships friendly. You do not need to have a diagnosis for access.
We use an evidence-based approach to guide our work, tailoring sessions to each individual and couple's needs. Therapeutic modalities we work with include Internal Family Systems (Parts), trauma-informed therapy, Emotion-Focused Therapy, and somatic body-work. It is also guided by research-based interventions from relationship experts Drs. Julie and John Gottman.
Individual, Couples, and Family Coaching & Counselling
80-minute sessions are standard for couples, as well as for your individual assessment appointment (for first sessions).
Available for individuals after the initial 80-minute intake appointment.
The Adult ADHD Support Group (16+) runs every other Thursday from 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM PST.
This is a group to connect with other people who understand what it’s like to live with ADHD/ADD. Everyone is welcome, including friends, family or partners of people with ADHD, no diagnosis necessary. Drop in style, free for the first meeting, run by neurodivergent practitioners.
Group members vote on which topic gets discussed each session. Past topics have included: dealing with anxiety and depression, time management, and strategies for building healthier relationships. We also laugh a lot, and support each other by sharing insights for coping with our ADHD symptoms.
We also run workshops in the community about self-compassion, sexual wellbeing, and relationship skills training. If you are interested in hearing about upcoming events and receiving free resources, sign up for the monthly newsletter below.
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We accept debit, credit, or PayPal. Fees listed on site exclude tax.
If you find that counselling is financially inaccessible for you, please ask your practitioner about sliding-scale options.