Community Counselling Centre

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Covid-19 Update
Our centre is now providing in person counselling sessions and is continuing to provide support through virtual sessions. We have created a Communicable Disease Plan that outlines the measures and procedures that our staff uses in order to ensure everyone's safety to the best of our ability. Please follow the link down below to access our Communicable Disease Plan so that you may review it. At this time we are asking clients to use their discretion as to whether the would like to wear face masks. 
About Us

The Community Counselling Centre (CCC) provides adult (18+) long-term, low-cost counselling services to the community of Prince George. Since opening its doors in 2009, the CCC has provided high quality experiential learning to 102 graduate practicum students from the School of Education. These students have provided short-term and long-term counselling services to approximately 2500 clients from the Prince George community and surrounding area. 




Individual therapy looks to provide you with the opportunity to explore personal struggles in a safe and validating environment. This exploration is done with the intention of increasing insight, understanding, and meaning around personal life challenges in order to work towards increasing overall quality of life. 



Couples therapy is currently unavailable. 



Group therapy is currently unavailable



As a part of our mission to support not only our clients but to provide supportive training for our students we look to extend the learning to our fellow community members. In order to provide the space and opportunity for continued development in a continuously change field of practice. We are opening up training opportunities for all those involved.

How to Connect

To access our counselling services please call our office and ask to book an intake appointment and identify if you are seeking individual, couples, and/or family counselling services. Our intake sessions at the CCC are a part of our training process. This means that at times students counselors will be accompanied by their supervisor in order to provide in the moment feedback and to ensure that you are receiving all the necessary information about our centre and our services. Our intake sessions are intended to gather information regarding your concerns to help guide the therapy process and to also determine if our services at the CCC fit your needs. In our dedication in supporting you, should our services not be a fit we will support you in connecting with other more suitable community resources.

Our Intention

The Community Counselling Centre upholds the principles of respect, integrity, equality, and dignity, in all areas of human engagement. Our goal is to train professionals to support the psychological, social, and physical well-being of individuals and families in communities through the offering of various supportive services. The Community Counselling Centre upholds these principles through offering appropriate supervision to graduate students as they train and work in the Centre. 

The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination.

Carl Rogers