SIMFC Therapy Programs

Keeping the Fire Program

Parenting Therapy

A gathering for Indigenous Parents and Caregivers to gather knowledge in emotional regulations techniques for the family unit. 

Phoenix Rising Program

Trauma Therapy

A program for Indigenous Peoples who have overcome Domestic Violence

Indigenous Creative Kids Program

Play Therapy

A gathering for children to explore Play Therapies

Little Sisters Program

Esteem Therapy

A gathering for Indigenous girls discovering the benefits of Esteem Building Therapies

SIMFC will update the website with next cycle of program dates and notify through our Facebook Page

Sītoskawātowin: Supporting Each Other

Mental Health Support and Therapies for Status/Treaty Peoples

Who We Serve

  • Status/Treaty Peoples
  • Families
  • Children and Youth
  • Couples
  • Individuals

People affected by:

  • Intergenerational Trauma
  • Indian Residential Schools
  • Indian Day Schools
  • Sixties Scoop
  • Child Welfare System

Who We Are

  • We are Indigenous
  • We are Registered Mental Health Therapists
  • We are Kinship Orientated
  • We are Empathetic

Methods of Delivery

  • In Person Monday – Friday 9am-5pm
  • Telephone Counselling
  • ZOOM/On-Time Counselling
  • Appointments
  • Walk-ins

We Serve Our People with

  • Sharing Circle
  • One-on-One sessions
  • Art Therapy
  • Play Therapy
  • Land-based activities
  • Ceremonial-based activities
  • Safety & Confidentiality

Transparent & Accountable Mental Health and Wellness Service Provision