Counselling in Belleville, ON. Find the Right Therapist.

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Nico Mulder, Ph.D, M.Th., MACP, AdvDipCouns.

Registered Psychotherapist (CRPO #001839; Certified Canadian Counsellor (CCPA #5827)

156 Bridge Street East, Belleville, Ontario

If you have emotional, relational (marriage, family etc) or spiritual difficulties that are either self referred, referred through doctor’s offices, public agencies, or churches, I can help.

Tressa Porter, M.A.

Therapist and Consultant

Online Therapist / Coach

As a therapist, I am a skilled guide through the often overwhelming terrain of feelings. I create a safe space with you to feel the fullness of your life and to make sense of your experience . This leads to empowerment from the inside out.

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Location: Belleville, Ontario

Belleville, Ontario

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The bay city of Belleville, Ontario is a wonderful, active place to call home. Here, residents can enjoy a number of community activities that provide personal development as well as a chance to socialize and get to know neighbors. Three community centers, which include the Dick Ellis, Memorial and Quinte Sports Centre facilities, host various programs, classes and events. A lengthy list of natural park areas can be found within Belleville, including Bayshore West, Centennial, Sir Mackenzie Bowell, Kinsmen, Parkdale, South Foster, and Victoria. The West Zick’s Island Park is currently finishing a massive renovation project for a newly improved entertainment pavilion that will be capable of accommodating hundreds of residents for live events. More than ten elementary and four secondary public schools offer education for young residents under the Hastings & Prince Edward districts.1 Five private and faith-based elementary education options are also available to local families in Belleville.

Mental Health in Belleville

Belleville is filled with people who are caring and well involved with the community, which is very important to having a successful city.2 Beautiful Belleville is the destination of many people in Canada who want to spend time in a good city and be in a great environment. This is a great place to raise a family, and many people have enjoyed growing up here. There are many things to do, great attractions and parks, and the atmosphere of the city is very enjoyable.

The local schools are great, with high recommendations from parents and students alike; the city is involved and helps keep children active.3 While this is all very true, mental health is a priority in this city�as a result, there are different organizations that are dedicated to helping students and their families, and the community in general, to be happy and healthy in every way. The schools are dedicated to students� happiness and they are happy to work with students who have special needs.

Current Initiatives

One of the most predominant organizations in Belleville that is dedicated to mental health in young people is the CMHS, or Children�s Mental Health Services.4 They care about children and adolescents and work with individuals and their families to keep the citizens of this city healthy.

Belleville also has other services, such as the Ontario Mental Health Helpline (which can be reached at 1-866-531-2600).5 This is a phone number which offers mental help and crisis intervention any time of the day. It can also be used to be connected with permanent, long-term, or in-person mental health services. This can help you find the organizations that you need to achieve mental health and help your family and community come together and be healthy and happy for years to come.


References

1. Wikipedia. (2017) . Belleville, ON. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belleville,_Ontario.
2. Beautiful Belleville. (2017) . Belleville, Ontario, Canada. Retrieved from http://www.beautifulbelleville.com/.
3. Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board. (2017) . HPESCHOOLS - HPEDSB: Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.hpedsb.on.ca/.
4. CMHS. (2017) . Children's Mental Health Services. Retrieved from http://www.cmhs-hpe.on.ca/.
5. ConnexOntario. (2017) . Crisis Intervention. Retrieved from http://www.mentalhealthhelpline.ca/Directory/Program/5933.

Belleville is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 247.25 square kilometers.  The population of Belleville is 50,716 people with 21,732 households . The population ranking for Belleville is #99 nationally and #42 for the province of Ontario with a density of 205.10 people per sq km. Belleville therapists serve postal code: K0K.