Langley Community Services Society
Langley Community Services Society
Community Counselling is a FREE counselling program for residents of Langley and Aldergrove who are 16 years and older. All sessions are highly confidential and tailored to your needs.
The program provides a confidential and non-judgmental space for clients to address emotional, relational, or situational challenges. Counselling provides solid strategies, techniques, and frameworks to strengthen and improve your view, mood, life balance and resiliency. We are all, at one time or another, faced with an issue we are not able to navigate on our own. If you are seeking youth counselling, individual counselling, parenting/co-parenting counselling, or couples counselling, our counsellors are knowledgeable, compassionate, empathetic, and committed to helping you.
We offer help for a wide range of issues including but not limited to:
The Community Counselling Program has served Langley for more than 35 years delivering more than 40,000 hours of free counselling and helping over 7000 individuals and couples. Our counsellors are Masters-level interns who offer confidential counselling to individuals and couples under the supervision of a Registered Clinical Counsellor.
“I’m grateful for this counselling program and my counsellor. I don’t know what I would have done without them”
“I have a better understanding of what triggers my emotions now”
“Getting help in setting goals has given new meaning to my everyday life”
“My counsellor was absolutely fantastic…very kind and considerate. I can now cope with my father’s passing and new role as a caregiver”
“My counsellor and I connected very well”
“It was very enjoyable dealing with my counsellor. I looked forward to our sessions. She helped my change my direction and that has helped with my problem”
“I have improved my communication skills”
“I’m better able to express and regulate my emotions”
“My anxiety and depression have decreased since coming to counselling”
Community Counseling offers residents of Langley and Aldergrove who are over 16 years old 6 to 8 free sessions of counselling with our MA-practicum counsellors.
To register for counselling services, fill out our intake form or call Langley Community Services at 604-534-7921 and complete intake by phone.
Once your intake form has been received you will be placed on our call list. You will receive a call to book your first appointment from your counsellor when they have a space available.
Suzanne: I thought I was incapable of being a good parent. I was having more problems parenting and being a wife than anyone I knew. I felt like a failure and was ashamed, so I never told anyone how much I struggled. Stressed out I finally went to my doctor who suggested counselling and that’s where I found out how out of balance my life was. I gained insights into my struggles and the reasons around them, learned how to structure my life so I, and my family could finally get what we each need – at least some of the time. With this new awareness and a much more balanced life I feel happier and more confident and that is making me a better parent and wife.
Brian: I’ve always been that quiet, nervous person in the back of the room. Meeting people for the first time or trying something new has always been excruciating for me. I spent a great deal of my time imagining all sort of calamities and ways that things will go wrong. These thoughts kept me from sleeping, sometimes from eating, and, because I was desperate to be invisible, prevented me from enjoying life. Now, in counselling, I know what the problem is – anxiety. And I’m learning to balance out the anxiety with strategies to cope and I’m starting to enjoy my life.
The Community Counselling program has delivered more than 1400 hours of counselling to over 240 couples and individuals last year. Since opening in the early 1980’s, Langley Community Services Society is proud to have provided more than 40,000 hours of free counselling, helping over 7000 individuals and couples over the last 35 years.