About Concentric Care

All people may live by Concentric Care and benefit from Concentric Care. It means to look within at what is happening within ourselves, families and communities. What are our strengths and weaknesses? What are our struggles? Once we gain awareness of what's happening within, we can begin to care for it, heal and grow. We are then empowered to care for those around us. This is Concentric Care.

By looking within, we uncover the true source change and betterment for human beings, and initiate real change. This is the solution to much of the conflict, pain and psychological distress that we experience.

The Mission

Concentric Care is here to explore the reasons for psychological, spiritual and social struggles within individuals and families, and support them in ways that may enable their healing. 

The Vision

The Concentric Care vision is communities where:

      - Individuals are primarily concerned with their own health, betterment and sincerity

      - Individuals are able to consistently be in service of one another and their Creator

      - Families look within, to each family member, as a source of support and flourishing

       - Families serve their neighbourhoods and develop their communities in a concentric manner

Concentric Care offers an open, non-judgmental environment that adheres to the code of ethics of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association and the code of ethics of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, which ensure that each client will be respected and each case will be held in the strictest confidence.

OUR PRINCIPLES

Privacy: We hold each case in the strictest confidence.

Safety: We place our clients' safety and protection above everything.

Respect: We respect each client and his/her right to make independent choices.

Openness: We offer an open, non-judgmental environment in which the client is welcome to share anything that s/he wishes.

Professionalism: We strive to give clients the highest standard of care, and will refer clients to more appropriate services if we cannot meet their needs.