Counselling in Kingston, ON. Find the Right Therapist.

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Kim Lawrence, BSc (Honours), MSW, RSW

Clinical Counsellor, Registered Social Worker

676 King Street West, Kingston, Ontario

Kim Lawrence offers compassionate, confidential counselling sessions. She works within a person-centered, solution-focused counselling framework in order to assist others with relationship enhancement, personal growth, healing, awareness and emotional understanding.

Kevin Fleming Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

At Home or Private Discreet Intensives

Grey Matters Intl & Dr. Kevin Fleming(cited expert for NY Times, CNN, Fortune, Sporting News)is all about bold thinking & neuroscience innovation in getting mood/behavior change when shrinking,feel good self-help, and pills aren't cutting it. Indiv/couples/family.

Alma Jabs, B.A., Psych., B.Ed., MMFT.

Marriage and Family Therapist - Clinical member of AAMFT

211-847 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario

I specialize in Couple and Family Counseling and believe that challenging times can lead to personal and interpersonal growth. I love helping couples achieve healthy and satisfying relationships.

Tressa Porter, M.A.

Online Registered Psychotherapist and Consultant

Available for Online Therapy

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.

Lyndsay Foster, MSW, RSW, Honours BA

Registered Clinical Counsellor

676 King St. W, Kingston, Ontario

I provide attachment focused Child, Youth and Family Therapy. I use the frameworks of Family Systems Theory and Attachment Theory to guide my clients on the path to optimal mental health and family functioning.

Kathy Doornekamp, RP , RMFT

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Marriage and Family Therapist

920 Princess Street (Third Floor) , Kingston , Ontario

My passion is to journey with people towards greater healing, wholeness, and purpose in their lives. I strive to create a caring, compassionate, and culturally sensitive atmosphere where my clients can work through the life challenges they are facing.

Jennifer Shneer, AWCCA, M.S.W., RSW, CT

Registered Social Worker

Available for Online Therapy

My therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. I integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and

Robert O'Brien, B.A., M.Div., M.Th. CRPO (RP)

Registered Psychotherapist /Life Coacch

e-therapy - On-Line Service Only, Kingston, Ontario

"We are an ON-LINE service only offering Psychotherapy & Life Coaching service that is dedicated to helping individuals discover the amazing potentials that reside within them. Various therapy tools are utilized as found in any Psychotherapy treatment process.

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Canadian Counselling Association

Therapy Kingston, ON

Frontenac Islands, Westbrook, Glenburnie, Elginburg, Loyalist, Amherstview

Even though Kingston’s population and popularity was declining, the city still remained an important Great Lakes port and center for locomotive manufacturing and shipbuilding.1 The locomotive manufacturing company, Canadian Locomotive Company was the largest locomotive company in the British Empire.  A lot of the manufacturing companies have left the area, leaving the majority of the economic stimulus as institutional, military and service/retail companies. During the 20th century, this city had undergone a series of annexations which encompassed the areas west of the Township.  Large residential subdivisions were subsequently built in the 1950s and 60s.  Due to the large imbalance of taxation between the city and the surrounding areas, the townships were incorporated to include the Pittsburgh Township, forming a new City of Kingston.  The boundary now expands to rural areas north of Highway 401 and east of the Cataraqui River, which was the original name of the city.

The military has a large presence in Kingston, dating back to the 1600s.  This is due to the city being strategically located at the head of the St. Lawrence River and at the mouth of the Cataraqui River, which borders the United States. This area has also become a home base for communications training with the Canadian Forces.  While military shipbuilding was once important, it is the Forts and Barracks that remain as a steady presence in the area.  Camp Barriefield, which is now called McNaughton Barracks, was built at the beginning of WWI and expanded during WWII.  Vimy Barracks was established in 1937 specifically for the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals.  Through counselling, you will find a counselor who genuinely cares and who will use strong, competent therapy to help you through your circumstances.  There was also a military aerodrome for flight training during WWII.  The military units are supported by the Canadian Forces Base.   Vimy Barracks and McNaughton Barracks are both located east of the downtown area.

Mental Health in Kingston

Kingston, the Limestone City, is located in Ontario at the head of St. Lawrence River.It is one of Canada's oldest cities, and is home to approximately 124,000 residents. Statistics for last year (2016) reveal that approximately 21 percent of the city's population are under some form of perceived life stress.2 The smoking and drinking rates are 14 and 18 percent roughly, respectively. Although the perceived mental health is very good, there are several organizations in Kingston which provide care for people who suffer from mental illnesses and addiction.

Frontenac Community Mental Health and Addiction Servicesis one such organization. They offer support for mental health patients, substance abuse patients and those dealing with serious addictions. They have Assertive Community Treatment Teams made up of professionals from various physical and mental health disciplines. They also offer Crisis Services, for which you may call 613-544-4229.3

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health also operates in Kingston. It is the country's largest mental health research institute and hospital, and they offer numerous rehabilitation programs and therapeutic treatments for mental health patients. For general information about their programs, you may call them on 416-535-8501.4

Current Initiatives

Mental Health First Aid Canada is an initiative launched to provide training to people so that they can manage a person who is experiencing a mental health crisis. Quite similar to first aid, MHFA is administered until proper medical treatment can be given to the patients, and their condition is alleviated.

Families of mentally ill patients, instructors, counsellors, health service workers and volunteers are among some of the people who can benefit from the MHFA training program. It will cover topics such as anxiety disorders, mood disorders, psychotic disorders and eating disorders, and will provide training on dealing with overdose, panic attacks and suicidal behaviour.


1. Wikipedia. (2017) . Kingston, ON . Retrieved from,_Ontario.
2. Statistics Canada. (2016) . Health Profile December 2013. Retrieved from .
3. FCMHAS. (2017) . Frontenac Community Mental Health and Addiction Services. Retrieved from
4. CAMH. (2017) . Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. Retrieved from

Kingston is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 451.19 square kilometers.  The population of Kingston is 123,798 people with 53,518 households . The population ranking for Kingston is #43 nationally and #21 for the province of Ontario with a density of 274.40 people per sq km. Kingston therapists serve postal code: K7L.